The men singles final today

Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open 2011' started by AlanY, Oct 22, 2011.

  1. singhzico

    singhzico Regular Member

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    is the doubles on now
     
  2. madbad

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    MD. Errr... on closer inspection, it's WD
     
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    any live streaming link, please!!!! help
     
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    wow wow

    CL read LCW's play

    CL could intercept and was one step ahead alot of the time

    at the same time, LCW looked tired and sluggish , hence so many cheap UEs (into net, wide)

    also, CL's game has really matured - he is happy to play the patient rally game, but has the explosion and power if needed

    CL's mental state is probably sufficient to allow him to reach the top now

    with LCW and LD approaching the end of their careers, who will threaten CL?

    Jorgensen? Axelsen?

    I still believe Wang Zhengming will rise further, and reinforce the wall of china (much like CJ has done for LD) and of course, CJ will still be around to provide further reinforcment :)

    conclusion: the wall of china is likely to remain strong for many years to come!
     
  5. RedShuttle

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    LCW made the unforced errors because CL kept returning shots that did not come back in prior matches. LCW had to try for more dangerous shots that put himself at risk.
     
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    sometimes yes.

    but on too many occasions, they were just cheap, lazy unforced errors. LCW was not under pressure, and the shot he was trying to play wasn't ambitious or incorrect (alot of the time it was just a standard rally shot). Execution was simply sloppy, nothing more.
     
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    so if chen long and lin dan meet in the OG semi final it could be interesting, who will step aside for who, both will fancy their chances against LCW.
     
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    good point, i don't see CL and LD claiming both the no. 1 and 2 spots coming into the 2012 OGs.
     
  9. Jonc108

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    But the rules say players from the same country shall be drawn in different half. So unless CJ is able to squeeze to the 3rd CHN spot, CL & LD shall be drawn in split half.
     
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    With that in mind, the best thing happened today is that CHN will settle with two spots at the OG and no longer manipulate rankings.

    Fans rejoice :D
     
  11. julianng

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    Lcw cl

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    Hmm... I don't understand why KEVIN CORDON of Guatemala can beat Chen Long :confused::confused::confused::confused:

    but Lee Chong Wei can't beat CHEN LONG ??? :confused::confused::confused:

    can somebody please explain ...

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  12. Qidong

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    Somehow during the coaching intervals, you can see LCW and his coach were very relaxed and sometime laughing even LCW were behind. Are they over-confidence or just they don't take this Demark Open seriously?
     
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    I think the main reason is that Chen Long and his coaches didn't know much about Cordon, they thought it's easy match and not prepared for the match seriously. I think the next time they meet, I doubt if Cordon can get more than 10 points per game.
     
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    same Q as why LD lost in rd1 in OG04...

    both LD & CL developed into another level after similar humiliating loss... good price paid...
     
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    now i could tell why there is difference in the mental states amongst LD, CL compared with LCW.

    they both experienced a shocking and humiliating defeat (to an unknown guy) in rd 1 of their 1st important event (OG and WC) at their hype, that enable them to totally accept and admit their weakness and something deep to remind them... without any excuse...

    LCW did not have such experience... and whenever he got a defeat, his coach / team would have a good excuse to think that was only a one-off bad luck, therefore no need to deeply reflect and develop from the very bottom...
     
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    My $0.02 view of the MS final: CJ knows how fortunate he was to be given the WO by LD in JO semis. That allowed to rest a whole day prior to winning the JO final over LCW, who had to battle it out over a rubber set with a very determined PG. Fast forward to the DO, imagine CJ's surprise when JOJ gave him the heaven sent WO in the quarters due to "rapid heart rate"! Then in the semis he goes a against a tired Sasaki who had just previously played against a tired WKWong who had won over LD, all in rubber matches. Now on LCW's draw, he gets to meet a determined PG again(!), this time even more determined as he's playing on home soil for his very last time! So unfortunate for Dato, and so fortunate for CJ. ..... [/end $0.02].
     
  17. LoveeYouu

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    haha. why dont you straight away mention that CL lost in the 1st round of WC that gives him extra 5-6 days rest where LCW went all the way to the final and played rubber set with LD? You can even go further back. Anyway, got to give credit to CL. Couldnt recall anyone beaten LCW in 2 straight sets in recent years.
     
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    I think CL has matured as a player over the past few years.

    Kevin Cordon still has the upper hand when playing against CL if you ask me, but nevertheless CL is a serious contender in major SS tournaments from now on.

    Age is catching up with LD and LCW. CL will definitely be looking to take the Olympic Gold in 2012 from his compatriot LD next year. We shall see if LD and LCW slow down in the coming months.

    In a way this is good for badminton. All of us probably tired of seeing Peter Gade, Taufik, LD or LCW winning major titles for so many years now(especially Gade LOL).

    When CL start winning, other younger players from other countries can start winning too.

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  19. AlanY

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    just for the record;
    All 2-0
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    #39 AlanY, Oct 23, 2011
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    now for the 2-0 in LCW's favour;

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