Yonex Sunrise India Open 2017

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  1. renbo

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    I did not check to any of the double discipline, for some reason they don't attract me at the moment.

    I really hope SK would perform well today and beat Axelsen, because we need him in the top 5.
     
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    Srikanth Kidambi has a long way to climb back in the top 10. I would like him to start playing with more consistency and at least reach semifinals of SS events on a regular basis.
     
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    There is a walkover in the draw in XD where Chinese players gave walkover to their compatriots. The rule says they will lose points. Is not it?
     
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    Chen Xiaoxin vs Mitani coming up shortly.....Chances are good that ChenXX wins....
     
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    CTC on fire, perfect defense, he isn't even sweating, fluid motion and what confidence in strokes commendable.
    BSP was taking chances in g1 going all out in attacks but his opp often caught him off guard, in the second set, he's just a timid shadow of himself.

    Too afraid to attack, errors, no self confidence at all. What waste
     
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    I always thought he lacked something to be title winner. Though his game troubles top players sometimes, he can't do it consistently.


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    Was mostly there in the shop but entered to pick the 80's which were there for players. Felt sad for the Korean guys in general because no one was cheering for him. I cheered on for both haha.

    Wondered if some badmintoncentral guys were there as well. :] Flimed a quick point.

     
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    Sorry. I am 2200 km away from delhi. Hmmm

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    Zhang Yiman plays fast and aggressive but too error-prone and hardly constructs the rally.
     
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    Not surprising, Chen Xiaoxin doesn't know yet how to handle a player like MM who gets a lot back. I remember Chen Yufei lost to her too after beating Intanon the previous round.
     
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    21-7, a lop-sided G1 for Viktor over Kidambi
     
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    Can Anyone who's watching comment on what crap is KS pulling together on the court?
     
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    Sorry. Even I am wondering that. I am at work.

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    And y on the earth Saurabh missed g1 after leading so well, idk how but Ng has done that to many other Indian players before
     
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    Almost an easy victory for Viktor, 21-7, 21-12.
     
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    Victor simply oozed past srikanth.
    I don't know why Indonesian coach muloyo said Srikanth is all round player in the current indian MS.

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    I saw that too..... ks plays like a rookie, plays like not having enough practice/training.....he is easily tricked by axelsen shots, though axelsen played well confidently....
     
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    I was there yesterday!
     
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    World no.10 ng ka long escaped by the skin of his teeth .
    Sourabh lost focus on the last stages of the match.

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