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17th Incheon AG 2014 : Day-6 (25th September) - Individual Event (R/32, R/16, QF)

Discussion in 'Asian Games 2014' started by CLELY, Sep 24, 2014.

  1. aulia

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    Wow.... what a day it turned out for INA shuttlers!! As I stated earlier, Greysia Polii/Nitya K Maheswari had a difficult task to beat a resilient pair Miyuki Maeda/Reika Kakiiwa, but finally they did it! In straight as well. Great job for them!

    As for Bellaetrix Manuputty, what a sweet result considering her painful defeat at Sindhu's hand in Uber Cup event, especially after she was trailing by a set and that third game just unbelievable. I hope she could carry her positive performance!

    And Angga Pratama/Rian Agung Saputra prove me wrong by defeating CHN Olympic winner 13-21 21-19 22-20. Tsk tsk tsk. I'm very happy atm, hehe...

    As for Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan, Tommy Sugiarto, Ihsan Maulana Mustafa, Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir, and Praveen Jordan/Debby Susanto, they cruised to the next round. Best of luck for tomorrow!

    Wow. Indonesia still has participant in every category! Hopefully they could bring medals home! :)
     
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    By the way Reddy/mannu beat Liu/Qiu??
     
  3. scorpion1

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    Would you believe it? ? They won the match. They have beaten 6th seed chinese MD pair in straight games. 21-17, 21-16.
     
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    I remember even akshay/pranav had given them tough time last year....they barely managed to win against them, when they were demolishing every top pair.

    Great result for sumit/mannu. They have been playing well over last few months.
     
  5. nokh88

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    If you are in SIN, Okto is showing LCW vs Zeeshan.
     
  6. Loh

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    Yes, I'm watching.

    You can view from your end too? Or you're in S'pore. :)
     
  7. nokh88

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    Of course I can watch, Uncle Loh.
    I am so near yet so far.
    But the commentator couldn't control himself and went a little overboard with his laughs.
     
  8. Jonc108

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    A blind is naturally vulnerable to traps
     
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    Well done Bella!!!
     
  10. etudiant

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    What an achievement for them after they beat mighty Wang/Yu yesterday :eek:
    What a shocker, Wang/Yu seem not on their A games lately

    So, East Asia vs Southeast Asia for tommorow SF WD

    Tough task esp for Nitya/Greysia but miracle sometimes happens ;)
     
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    The software for the results is a pain to use. One cannot see the table with all the results in one discipline, so we have to go through the matches one by one. It is designed by people who don't care
     
  12. scorpion1

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    A scientist says that..... lol
     
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    Well done.. good job by this malaysian pair.
     
  14. Justin L

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    I said the other day the official website is not user-friendly, that's an understatement, it's a PITA to use.
     
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    The one who has the distinction of being the first player to beat a 'fresh from the Olympics' LXR (who is not to have her lull period immediately after such a phenomenal achievement in her maiden attempt at a relatively young age of 21) went to ex-World Champion Lu Lan. Yet despite that sensational victory which wasn't widely reported even in CHN let alone the world, Lu Lan wasn't recalled to the CHN national team by LYB, why? Strange, isn't it?!

    Then came Sindhu's 'marvellous feat beating the newly-minted Olympic Champion' which created quite a stir in India - even LYB took notice of it although Sindhu was stopped by Jiang Yanjiao the very next day. Soon after , the honour of beating LXR fell on Juliane Schenk's lap...not long later came the turn of Lindaweni Fanetri, followed by Sayaka Takahashi, Bae Yeonju,...(who else I forgot to mention?). But why am I revisiting history? Anyway, you get my drift, my subtle,nuanced message. Enough, many of you must be getting bored already.Yawn, yawn again(I beg your pardon).
     
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    yes. sad case that they don't publish the results well enough. They should handle the concurrency or bandwidth well at these days.
     
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    it is still too early to be excited about Angga/Ryan. Until they can leap and win against YYS/LYD or Kim/Kim, then I am going to give them the benefit of the doubt.
     
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    Congratulations! Indonesians did great in individual competitions.
     
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    INA players shouldn't be too happy and feel satisfies with their game untill they get a gold medal. Too many times they just feel satisfied by beating a great player or pair and then lose the next round
     
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    +1. Enough with the occasional upsets.....needs steady results!
     

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