Thailand Masters 2017 (7-12 Feb 2017)

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  1. Justin L

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    As I expected, the not-so-tall , pretty and slender Aya Ohori is through to the final. Who will await her ?
     
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    I know, the two are just not in the same class yet.
     
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    me. who else? :p
     
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    So many short lifts from the Indonesian Wonderkid. Whatz the matter.
     
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    Considering Lee zii jia's current achievement , i must recollect how he lost recently to 15 year old Lakshya Sen in one of the finals of recent international challenge tournament. Hope Lakshya Sen continue to improve in the near future to bring laurel to the country.
     
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    Saya tidak menyadari kondisi di dalam. The other players were not affected, so I was wondering if she was pushing herself too much.
     
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    Are you an indonesian by nationality? . Don't take wrong for asking this . Just curious
     
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    I agree, Chen Long has Olympic gold medal and WC. Ginting has long way to catch up. However this Ginting is one of very few players who has positive H2H against Chen Long.
     
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    I am Indian! The Indonesian and Indian badminton sites are very active and give a lot of news on twitter. :)
     
  10. Justin L

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    And they played how many times ? I already acknowledged Ginting's huge potential,point made.
     
  11. Justin L

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    Bear in mind, young players in their formative stage are hard to predict, they are still developing their game and realizing their potential,full of ups and downs. Just ask any coach.

    What happened to Jonatan, Ihsan, Firman here ? They are all up-and-comers but inconsistent - one good match or tournament doesn't prove anything. Let time tell.
     
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    Kantaphon is very nervous and tense.
     
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    Tommy made his experience count in the end.

    Meanwhile, Lee Zijia is one game up against Wancharoen.
     
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    Well anticipated by KW, that LZJ's backhand smash.
     
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    What a dive retrieval from KW and he wins the point as LZJ hits long.
     
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    One game all, I think LZJ will take the decider.
     
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    WD Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan dominating G2
     
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    21-16, 21-7, the score won by CQC/JYF
     
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    Kantaphon Wangcharoen is it, the finalist by the narrowest of margins. What a match, two future stars.
     
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    Busanan plays a lot of drops , Chen YF more clears
     

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