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2011 China Masters: Day 3 - Round 2 on Thursday 15-Sep

Discussion in 'Chinese Taipei GP Gold / China Masters 2011' started by chris-ccc, Sep 14, 2011.

  1. madbad

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    LD is cruising towards the finish line. More net magic from LD 19-8
     
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    MS: Lin Dan (CHN) vs (MAS) Hafiz Hasyim 14-21, 21-18, 21-9
     
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    game over for yoyo. this name is indeed appropriate for him.
     
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    A casual fade at the net by LD and HH is a beaten man. 21-9

    HH should have taken it in G2 but a combination of carelessness and LD hitting the turbo put paid to that.
     
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    That's it for me. Good night all :)
     
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    Yeah, wasting chance... It's obviously one-sided match at decider with 21-9 for LD victory.
     
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    Yes, he actually won 1 game....not bad, lol :D
     
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    I can not believe that LD almost lost today in straight set only :eek::)
     
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    Lee Hyun Il defeat to Chan Yan Kit 21-6, 21-17 in 29 minutes.
    Still sharp for now :)
     
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    LD was just toying with YoYo la...............
     
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    At first i thought Lin Dan will give in this match to give chance to his compatriots to win the title in a no-question way while conserving his energy for coming Japan Open. Yet it seemed he changed his mind and turned into the turbo mode in the middle of the match :D
    [well, just a pure speculation anyhow]
     
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    That's the problem with WSX: no attacking play. Looks like she hasn't changed or improved her style of play to incorporate an attacking game so as to be a complete,all-rounded player as Morten Frost has commented about her twice before. I've got a strong feeling my idol won't get past Cheng Shao-chieh or Juliane Schenk when they meet later (I wrote this after knowing the outcome of this match against Fu MT).
     
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    Nighty night........

    At last Soldier got her revenge.........pheww :D
     
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    Yup, somebody please teaches her how to smash. That's why her main rivals are not afraid to lift the shuttle against her, knowing it won't be coming back thundering down, only needing to anticipate her drop shots or clears, so predictable. Even on the rare occasions when she does smash, it's more of a placement shot with no power. If only she learns how to attack and smash more...
     
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    World No.1 Wang Yihan smashed 20 winners against Gu Juan to take game 1. She's smashing all the way!
     
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    I wouldn't believe those TS stats if I were you...........;)
     
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    And in G2 now, Wang's first 10 points were all smashes!
    Brute force, I'd say.
     
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    Maybe she wants to become more rally type kind of player like Susi Susanti or Gong Zhichao
     
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    I certainly hope you are right and the score keepers please take note.
     
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    "doesn't need to smash"?! You forgot how she was trounced by Tine Baun's ferocious attacking smashes during the recent SG Open - that's how the great Morten Frost coached Tine Baun to defeat her i.e try to force Wang SX to lift the shuttle, then smash it down hard without bothering too much about accuracy,just keep it within the lines.

    After that match, Wang SX admitted as much, conceding she had no answer to her opponent's powerful smashes. Wake up, Wang!
     

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