Victor KOREA Open Superseries 2015 : SEMIFINALS (19th September 2015)

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  1. Nine Tailed Fox

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    axie xie yi ryam??????
     
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    The Tiger of Taipei is coming into his own
     
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    Even the Hindi commentators at the Daviscup were making a hash of Pavlasek, Zimonjic, Bozoljac. They kept on pronouncing j as j, when the correct pronouncation is y
     
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    NO, Lee Yong Dae is not good in XD always lose in first round. This time too first round exit.
     
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    Yes. Ajay Jayaram entered finals. Tomorrow is his birthday.
     
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    Congratulations Ajay Jayaram won against Chou Tien Chen creating history to enter finals today.
     
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    in terms of prize money, I don't think there are any male double player (dead or alive) who can surpass his achievement.

    Lee yong Dae : 784496.24
    http://tournamentsoftware.com/profile/overview.aspx?id=8EBDD2CA-03F6-4431-A558-F4EAB6B8B2E1

    Zhang Nan : 589723.75
    http://tournamentsoftware.com/profile/overview.aspx?id=61649DF4-7F24-42D0-854D-1332B21E4A9D
     
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    Big upset - AJ beats CTC.
     
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    Never realised AJ is just 27. Thought he was as old as PK.
     
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    If I am not mistaken, only the 2nd Indian MS player in a SS final in the SS era. .. So much for Golden boy Kashyap and his mega PR hype machine.
     
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    Anyone reckons AJ has any chances vs CL???
     
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    well where is fox listen fox see what ajay did all the people here were not even expecting him to cross first round.
     
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    Don't know about that. But onething for sure. He gifted himself of about 30000$ incase if he got even a 2nd place tomorrow.
     
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    The organiser realize their terrible "mistake" and tried their best to compensate to give Zhang Nan more time to rest.
     
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    You guys are making too much out of the scheduling. It is not such a big thing, and certainly does not authorise all the bad mouth about Korea. In many cases in the qualifications players play two matches in a row.
    ZN had a hard time but mainly because he had played so much in the recent weeks. The organisers are not responsible for that.
    Sung tried her best and she won. Good for her, she deserves to be in SS finals, it has nothing to do with organisers.
    Moreover, we don't know who is responsible for the scheduling. Calling for a Victor boycott is foolish.
    All that because blabl posted something on senior school competition, very common to so many countries.
    Come back to earth guys
     
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    Well I still couldn't believe my eyes Ajay won match so comprehensively esp in g2..
    I never even felt once that Aj will loose throughout he was comfortable(g2) g1 was a lively surprise...let's see how AJ can justify in tomorrow's match against the WC, AE champ, def champ and the W#1... I just wish him luck!!
    What a present he earned for his28 birthday (surely gonna be his best birthday)
     
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    cry babies

    zhang nan's 2nd and 5th match is good enough

    zhang should thank the organiser

    zhang and his supporters want 1st class service

    lol
     
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    This is a superseries semifinal not qualification. I can't remember any other player was put in this situation in a superseries tournament previously. This kind of the situation need to be avoided. BWF need to review its rule and this incidence. There is no point to play when the player is not ready.



    QUOTE=renbo;2386245]You guys are making too much out of the scheduling. It is not such a big thing, and certainly does not authorise all the bad mouth about Korea. In many cases in the qualifications players play two matches in a row.
    ZN had a hard time but mainly because he had played so much in the recent weeks. The organisers are not responsible for that.
    Sung tried her best and she won. Good for her, she deserves to be in SS finals, it has nothing to do with organisers.
    Moreover, we don't know who is responsible for the scheduling. Calling for a Victor boycott is foolish.
    All that because blabl posted something on senior school competition, very common to so many countries.
    Come back to earth guys[/QUOTE]
     

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