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Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / Scottish Open / Macau Open 2016' started by CLELY, Nov 26, 2016.
Pan Li is always smiling, even in the toughest of moments..
Right, that's why at her age she's still coaching for CHN.
She is a mature, elderly lady, calm, steady and composed, who has seen all kinds of situations to be fazed by it.
Better to let Hawk-Eye arbitrate, it puts humans to shame.
The Danish ladies are on top of their game, exposing and exploiting the CHN pair's vulnerabilities.
There's no way for Huang/Li to mount a spirited comeback.
Mission Impossible now for the CHN pair
i think she is in her 40s...
The Danes, Julh/Pedersen, are simply too good today, completely outplayed Huang/Li in every department of the game.
I thought at least 50s if not 60s. Can't recall where I read it.
How about this one?
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.
Guo Zheng Dong looks more stylo now compared to his playing days. He reminded me of taiwanese actor lego li
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?
This japanese md pair of kamura/sonada is more aggressive in their play compared to endo/hayakawa
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?)
Kamura/Sonoda the first ever JPN MD win SS title?
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.
Yes, that's what I am wondering.