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2011 China Open SSP: Semi-Finals Sat 26-Nov

Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / China Open 2011' started by chris-ccc, Nov 25, 2011.

  1. fauci

    fauci Regular Member

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    finally the prettier one won the match. beauty makes a difference:cool:
     
  2. bayanbaru

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    yes!!!!!!!!
     
  3. Justin L

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    I rate Liu Xin's chances of upsetting WYH lower than LXR's over WX
     
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    i like more the ways LXR is playing than LX (another WSX??) ... LXR is simply more convincing!

    I guess WYH will take LX out at ease :D
     
  5. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Exactly, LX is more or less another WSX - LXR is way better,esp in attack mode,like what she did just now against WX
     
  6. kelana

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    and i don't favor defensive players, neither in badminton nor in ping pong

    and time over time, it proves that the best player is the attacking one!!

    G1: WYH 10 - 4 LX... 11-4 into interval

    13 - 5
     
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    LCW better than ZJH???? u must be joking. to me, ZJH alongside Taufik are the most talented players of all time. Pls bear in mind i use the word "talented". both of them were born with badminton genes.
     
  8. kelana

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    G1: Wang Yihan 19 -13 Liu Xin...

    WYH takes G1 21-13
     
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    just wonder where is YANG YANG within your equation cuz he was on the same era as ZJH as well as Morten, Icuk, Prakash ;)
     
  10. Justin L

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    You said it, I second it.
     
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    I returned to read the many posts here. It took me some time to read all the posts. :):):)

    Thanks for the comments for the tight and interesting matches, namely;

    * MD: Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen [3] defeating Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae [2]
    19-21, 23-21, 22-20 in 81 minutes.

    * MS: Lin Dan [3] defeating Lee Chong Wei [1]
    19-21, 21-12, 21-11 in 76 minutes.

    * WS: Wang Xin [3] defeating Li Xuerui
    15-21, 21-18, 23-21 in 55 minutes.

    Although I didn't get to watch the matches, after reading all your posts, I can picture how the matches were played. :):):)
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  12. kelana

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    G2: Wang Yihan 6 - 9 Liu Xin... 6-11 into interval

    yeap Chris, they are great matches :)


    WYH getting closer, trailing 9-12... 12-13.... 14 all
     
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  13. Justin L

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    Not expecting such a close fight in G2
     
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    seems to go rubber, WYH trailing 16-19, 17-19...17-20 :) LX isn't an easy prey

    closer at 19-20

    Done! Rubber. 19-21 in G2
     
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    Agree..all are not as colourful as LD ...especially DPY.. no idea why he is still in the team. Wang ZM will be the one to watch but not given as much exposure as the rest
     
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    LD is the God of badminton..what makes LCW then? The saint:)
     
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    G3: WYH is trailing LX 2-5, 3-5, 3-6

    4-8, 5-8...will there be another upset?
     
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    The two juniors are giving their respective seniors a hard time, this doesn't bode well for the rest of the world.
     
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    I fear one day the all the top 8 will be Chinese girls.
     
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    yes...YY, Icuk, frost, prakash and han jian are great players but ZJH really can do wonders with the racket.
     

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