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Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open 2016' started by CLELY, Oct 21, 2016.
Akane's racquet? Is it voltric e tune 80?
AY has improved a lot. Stamina, speed and skill.
Wow the match at court 1 it is fantastic. Akana yamaguchi won the first set 21-15. Now second set tough fight 11-10. Wow Carolian Marin at the moment seems to be strugglnig to win.
The MD score at court 2 is so unbelivable. The Thailand MD is leading 11-6 before interval break. Wow yesterday both played so well today both are playing extremely well again. Amazing. At the rate they are playing I believe that both of them have what it takes to reach their first ever SSP event finals. Congratulations for playing so well.
14-7 favouring the Thailand MD. This Thailand MD really have good attacking skills. They really can smash all out and attack to win. Amazing.
The Thailand MD have just won the first set 21-11. Thought I was dreaming. What a score. So unbelievable. So difficult to believe that this MD player can actually play so well to win their first set.
Akane's legs gave way after that long punishing rally.
'Don't show your fist at your opponent,' the umpire warns Marin for the last time.
Good anticipation at the net, Akane.
Marin's fitness and stamina is in no way inferior to Akane's, just as good , if not better. Nozomi and Mitani are the other two super fit female badminton athletes.
And I mustn't forget to mention Saina Nehwal, and Sindhu has improved a lot too. Wang Shixian's not bad too, the only one among the CHN WS.
More medical attention and treatment for Marin, only the commentators, GC and Steen, are questioning whether that's allowed.
Steen is now saying it should be allowed but ...
What strict rules Steen has in mind, the kind of treatment ?
Should Akane be moving Marin more all over the court to take advantage of her 'injury' ?
He Bingjiao, just watch how much superior fitness and stamina can do for you, the more so when you've such excellent shot-making.
Thailand are in three finals now. Well done.
Amazing the Thailand MD have just won his MD match 21-11, 21-18. The best part of all this is the first time I think a Thailand MD have a chance to enter the finals of a SSP tournaments. Congratulations to Bodin Issara / Niphitphon Puangphuaphet for playing so well today. Both went all out attacking and smashing nonstop to win their match. Congratulations.
Don't be distracted, Akane, cut down on simple errors and construct your rally more and bide your time to go on the offensive.
Marin's 'injury' doesn't look to be hampering her.
Second set for the WS match is such a tough fight. It is 6-7 now.
Akane misses a sitter at the net.