Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / Scottish Open / Macau Open 2016' started by CLELY, Nov 21, 2016.
14 all now.
Jan is going to take the second game now 19-18
Jan prevail over Praneeth 21-18, 21-18.
SP is such a choker. 5 years back he was much better than Kidambi. He is just a fringe player now.
Good to see the 34-year-old veteran Boonsak Ponsana able to stop Chou Tien Chen
Another good matchup in court 3, World No.1 Goh/Tan facing the pair that beat them at R1 in French Open, Astrup/Rasmussen.
Koo/Tan is also barely leading after losing the first game.
He started too young. Expended all his motivation. He looks to be hunting for excuses to lose. According to his body language.
It appears to be the end of the road for Koo/Tan right now, 20-17.
Goh/Tan takes the first game 21-14. They can win easily if they can avoid easy mistakes.
and it's 1-7 now. How quicky thing changes.
Lim/Ong takes a game from seed No.7 Ivanov/Sozonov 23-21. Goh/Tan also leading 15-12 after 1-7.
Goh/Tan takes revenge over the Danes in two straight games. Good for them.
Marin vs. Busanan a must watch.
All England Champion Ivanov/Sozonov was driven out in an upset by Lim/Ong 23-21, 21-11.
the thai MD retired. hope it's not Bodin injured again, after seeing them retired in French Open final.
LAW Cheuk Him
LEE Chun Hei Reginald
21-17 9-7 Retired
it is very rare to see Goh/Tan trailed from 1-7 to 15-12 lead...
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.
Zulfadli retired against Ng Ka Long. What happened to him?
Sung JH may be tired in her back-to-back tournament, Hsu YC is fresher.