Yonex Sunrise HONG KONG Open 2016 : FINALS (27th November)

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  1. pcll99

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    Pan Li is always smiling, even in the toughest of moments..
     
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    Right, that's why at her age she's still coaching for CHN.
     
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    She is a mature, elderly lady, calm, steady and composed, who has seen all kinds of situations to be fazed by it.
     
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    Better to let Hawk-Eye arbitrate, it puts humans to shame.
     
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    The Danish ladies are on top of their game, exposing and exploiting the CHN pair's vulnerabilities.
     
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    There's no way for Huang/Li to mount a spirited comeback.
     
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    Mission Impossible now for the CHN pair
     
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    i think she is in her 40s...
     
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    The Danes, Julh/Pedersen, are simply too good today, completely outplayed Huang/Li in every department of the game.
     
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    I thought at least 50s if not 60s. Can't recall where I read it.
     
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    How about this one?

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    Lol, on TV she looks like she is in her forties but in this pic...some signs of "elderliness"

    Jokes aside, is she really in her fifties/sixties? If so, she maintain herself really well.
     
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    Guo Zheng Dong looks more stylo now compared to his playing days. He reminded me of taiwanese actor lego li
     
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    Wow. How well she faces camera. Very confident about her duties and the male coach sits worried... Lol That pic says everything. But her age - >50?
     
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    This japanese md pair of kamura/sonada is more aggressive in their play compared to endo/hayakawa
     
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    1 SS Premier and 1 SS in 2 weeks.
    The titles are almost (2 titles for INA in China Open last week) distributed to different countries and not even one title goes to Chinese players.
    I can't remember when was that happening before? (Perhaps this is the first time since the inception of SS?)
     
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    Kamura/Sonoda the first ever JPN MD win SS title?
     
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    Is this the first time that Japanese Men's doubles won a SS? If my memory is correct, Japan has never won Men's doubles at the SS before. They got 2nd a couple of times but never 1st place. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong.
     
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    Yes, that's what I am wondering.
     

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