Yonex-Sunrise Hong Kong Open SS 2012: Day 4 (23nd November) - QF

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  1. Thuan Keat

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    Tine Baun walk over, what happen to her ?

    Tine Baun walk over, what happen to her
     
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    What about Kashyap's injury,anybody knows? He is a very good player with self-motivation and fighting spirit.
     
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    Who conceded walkover, Tine Baun? What happened to her,injured or unwell?
     
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    LXR enter to Semi Final w/o figthing.
     
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    Me too in PAW hehe

    But deep down always Firda
     
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    This tournament is full of W/O.......sigh
     
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    Kashyap got abdominal pain. So, he retired in order to prevent from further damage.
     
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    Tine got injury?.. Thats why tournament software did not show her matches??.. I wonder what happened to so many players..??? Hope everybody come back soon with their injuries cured..
     
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    Porntip is anything but an easy opponent for Soldier Schenk. I won't be surprised Porntip prevails. IMHO,she must not be too eager to attack or impatient to finish the opponent off, brilliant one moment and erratic the next.
     
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    any live streaming links ?
     
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    TQ/ZYL won 1st set 21-11.
     
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    why is the bwf stream not working?
     
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    Go INA... Go INA...
     
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    I think it's more of a coincidence that this HK Open has so many injuries,walkovers and retirements. I tend to think the players are stressed out by too many SS tourneys, the calendar is overcrowded, what with national and regional championships thrown in, badminton leagues (CBSL,Axiata Cup, IBL coming up), and team events.

    At the very least,have a 3-month lull period after the Olympics, even an employee gets annual leave, the more so for these players who train 6 days a week throughout the year apart from competing. Not to mention the tough training regime, the almost regimented lifestyle for many. Everybody needs a break at least once a year,it may do wonders.

    It really takes a lot of self-discipline,sacrifices and passion for the sport to keep going for 8 to 12 years,the typical lifespan of a professional player. Even so unforeseen circumstances and unexpected events,including happy ones like marriage, can and do occur.
     
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    Zhao YL not as sharp as before and breathing heavily.
     
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    They just won the match against Japanese pair.
     
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    Showman Sasaki on his day is dangerous for anyone.
     
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    The Olympic champ marches to last four, def. Japanese promising pair Matsutomo/Takahashi, 21-11 / 21-18.
     

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