VICTOR CHINA Open 2019 : R/32 - FINAL (17-22 September)

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  1. minions

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    Probably. Both AY and NO lost their points.
     
  2. Yoji

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    I thought CYF will be WR1?
     
  3. LneooenL

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    From memory, CYF, NO & AY all made it to semi's last year whilst TTY is a first round exit. So it'll be a case of how many points CYF can defend vs how many TTY can gain.
     
  4. Justin L

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    Just last week, Marin lost in R1 to Supanida Katethong at the Viet Open, today she beat Nozomi in two straight sets, that's a good comeback.
     
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  5. Yoji

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    Target Sonoda.

    Any lowball over the net, he is almost for sure will lift it.
     
  6. Michael V

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    I'd say it was planned for her to not reach far in Vietnam since she's playing China and Korea (and she's even in at the Dutch) then DEN and FRA.
     
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    Welp, looks like an out of sorts Japanese team here with Kamura/Sonoda and Watanabe/Higashino a game down. Must say that I'm sorta rooting for Tang/Tse after that impeccable display at Taipei.
     
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    Does the Olympic qualifications adopt the ranking system (best 10 tournaments) or does it use the total points system(like race to Guangzhou)?
     
  9. Michael V

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    10 best
     
  10. Yoji

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    ic. just checked LeeYang/ WCL already had 10 tournaments for OQ and for GZ they already have 15, almost double of Minions tournaments lol.
     
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    Agree, even though if she hadn't had any persistance left at the ripe old age of 24 that would be a shame. :D
     
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    I don't think so. She might have thought she would try her best in vietnam and go for china later. But she lost in R1.
     
  13. Cunning Linguist

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    No, I don't. The top players imo are TTY, AY, CYF, PVS, (CM) in no particular order. These are the ones that can win (and have won) the big tournaments. RI and NO are imo on the brink, but sadly on a downwards rather than upwards drift. Ratchanok hasn't won a big tournament (SSP or 750+) since Denmark 2017.
     
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    The way LD pass the shuttle to momota every time momota won a point, not nice.
     
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    Even i watched that.
     
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    Ng Ka Long is a slow starter. Wait , we will see 3 game
     
  17. Justin L

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    Lin Dan doesn't have the speed, plus Momota reads his game well, and, worse, now that Lin Dan is one game down, no hope.
     
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    It's annoying tbh
     
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    90% it will be early exit for LD again..
     
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    Ld try to change service. Will it work?
     

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