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2011 China Masters: Day 4 - Quarter-Finals on Friday 16-Sep

Discussion in 'Chinese Taipei GP Gold / China Masters 2011' started by chris-ccc, Sep 15, 2011.

  1. kelana

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    No INA representation in SF: DEN beats INA 22-20, 23-21
     
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    Thank you so much, Pakito.
     
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    Rebellion is encouraged if you do it professionally and it is not your fault. ;)

    You cannot blame the coach when you are not fit and purposely AWOL. Suka suka ka? ;) Kampung mentality. ;)
     
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    Anybody know who's the coach sitting beside Xia Xuanze during CHN men's singles matches?
     
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    Just finish watching Wang YH vs Saina Nehwal. What a commanding display by Wang YH. In attack,she was fierce, in defence, she scraped and run to return every shuttle, sometimes turning defense into attack. Look how she was able to smash from the baseline, something which Wang SX would never (or unable to?) do. Indeed, Wang YH ver 2.0 is unstoppable, this tournament is hers.
     
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    What about the male Chinese coach sitting beside Zhang Ning during the ladies singles match(eg Wang YH - Saina QF), anybody knows his name?
     
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    Isn't that TXH?
     
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    Don't think so,Tang Hsien Hu sometimes coaches the men's singles with Xia Xuanze, correct me if I'm wrong.
     
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    I believe the coach is Li Zhifeng, comes from Fujian province, same as Lin Dan.
     
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    Wow, just watched the live telecast of the 1st semi-final. Didn't expect Wang SX to defeat Wang Xin who so convincingly beat Tine Baun(8-0 in head-to-head if I'm not wrong). Seems to me Wang Xin usually performs well against non-Chinese players but often come a cropper when facing her top teammates, esp Wang YH and Wang SX. Still believe Wang YH ver 2.0 will win this tournament.

    And now that Chen Long has overcome Peter Gade, let's hope Lin Dan doesn't throw away his match to Chen Jin later.
     
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    And Lin Dan did it !!!

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    And Lin Dan did it;

    Chen Jin defeated Lin Dan 25-23, 21-15 in 45 minutes. :D:D:D
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    I hope your comment was laced very thickly with sarcasm.:cool:
     
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    Now, that's what I call sarcasm (could do without the irrelevant use of smilies though) :cool:
     
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    Its the flavour of the day:
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    A Canadian poet-songwriter once said,
    "You can use it for a weapon
    or to make some woman smile,"
     
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    That's what I call sarcasm ???

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    :D:D:D How can you say that "that's what I call sarcasm".

    I was only being careful with my choice of words (so as not to offend many Lin Dan's fans at BC).

    If I were to say "Chen Jin is better than Lin Dan"; Lin Dan's fans would be after me; bashing me left, right and centre. :D:D:D
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