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2011 China Open SSP: Round 1 Wed 23-Nov

Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / China Open 2011' started by chris-ccc, Nov 22, 2011.

  1. chris-ccc

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    We are almost finishing for Round 1. Managed to catch up reading all posts. Some interesting comments from our BCers. :D:D:D

    It's already 12:15am in Shanghai now, and this last match (Fu Mingtian-vs-Sayaka Sato) is still going on after 45 minutes. Looks like Fu Mingtian can win this match.
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    7-all, a cliffhanger
     
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    Now Sayaka's turn to lead,10-7
     
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    11-7 to Sayaka, will chris' prediction come true ?
     
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    Sayaka increases her lead to 12-7, worrying time for Fu. C'mon,Jia You!
     
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    It doesn't look like it...... Sayaka has moved up another gear.
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    Oh oh,Sayaka running away with it, I've lost my voice cheering for Fu.
     
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    Only a minor miracle will save Fu now
     
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    Fu is closing the gap 18-19 now... trailing 19-20 now
     
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    Wow,just turn my eyes away for a while and it's 19-20 Fu-Sayaka !!!???
     
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    tied at 20-20 :D what a match!!
     
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    20-all, my heart is palpitating
     
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    finally... Sayaka Sato (JPN) bt (SIN) Fu Mingtian 19-21, 21-19, 22-20
     
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    Ooooh, it hurts, 22-20 to Sayaka who takes the match.
     
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    so many SEA Games gold winners fell into victims in the R1 here :confused:
     
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    Well done Sayaka.

    But credit ought to be given to FMT for trying so hard. What a great match.
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    Well done, Fu,it showed what a fighter you are for this titanic struggle,esp from 13-19 down you fought all the way to 20-deuce before losing it - must have given Sayaka a fright.
     
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    By mistake ended up downloading this particular match instead of an XD match for PAW purposes. And you know what he got a yellow card for? For allegedly crushing the shuttle he asked to get changed ... there was no temper tantrum of any kind at all, no hissy fits. He calmly picked it up after sending a smash return into the net and showed it to the overzealous ref who perhaps thought he tried to temper with the shuttle and got a yellow card for "misconduct" and was ordered to change the shuttle he asked to get changed in the first place. What a tool ...

    I thought our good friend tsae75 had seen or heard about "an incident"/outburst which in the past wouldn't have surprised anyone who has known of him for a longer time but turns out it was MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING :rolleyes:
     
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    Much ado about nothing

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    :D:D:D That umpire must have been strict on any player tempering with the shuttlecock.
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    ... tamper :D ... I'm sure a tonguetwister can be made out of this (tamper temper tantrum)
     

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