Yonex Sunrise HONG KONG Open 2016 : Qualification-Round of 16 (22-24 November)

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  1. Helix99

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    14 all now.
     
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    Jan is going to take the second game now 19-18
     
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    Jan prevail over Praneeth 21-18, 21-18.
     
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    SP is such a choker. 5 years back he was much better than Kidambi. He is just a fringe player now.
     
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    Good to see the 34-year-old veteran Boonsak Ponsana able to stop Chou Tien Chen
     
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    Another good matchup in court 3, World No.1 Goh/Tan facing the pair that beat them at R1 in French Open, Astrup/Rasmussen.
     
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    Koo/Tan is also barely leading after losing the first game.
     
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    He started too young. Expended all his motivation. He looks to be hunting for excuses to lose. According to his body language.
     
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    It appears to be the end of the road for Koo/Tan right now, 20-17.
     
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    Goh/Tan takes the first game 21-14. They can win easily if they can avoid easy mistakes.
     
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    and it's 1-7 now. How quicky thing changes.
     
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    Lim/Ong takes a game from seed No.7 Ivanov/Sozonov 23-21. Goh/Tan also leading 15-12 after 1-7.
     
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    Goh/Tan takes revenge over the Danes in two straight games. Good for them.
     
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    Marin vs. Busanan a must watch.
     
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    All England Champion Ivanov/Sozonov was driven out in an upset by Lim/Ong 23-21, 21-11.
     
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    it is very rare to see Goh/Tan trailed from 1-7 to 15-12 lead...
     
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    Didn't expect Sung Ji Hyun to have such a hard time with Hsu Ya Ching, barely took G1, 22-20, and trailing in G2.
     
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    Zulfadli retired against Ng Ka Long. What happened to him?
     
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    Sung JH may be tired in her back-to-back tournament, Hsu YC is fresher.
     

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