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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. kelana

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    closing the gap, WYH trailing LX 9-10.. 9-11 into interval, G3

    11 all...WYH leading for 1st time, 12-11, 13-11, 14-11, 14-12, 14-13, 14 all... 14-15

    i've my paw at stake here for WYH :D
     
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    This G3 may be a repeat of LXR-WX's
     
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    I'm afraid it may happen sooner than you thought;out of the top 8 , I can almost count 6, not necessarily based on ranking - the top 3 Wangs, plus Jiang YJ, Li Xuerui and Liu Xin perhaps.
     
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    Wang Yihan should have closed off the match by winning Game 2 (and therefore the match).

    Now, it looks like Liu Xin has the confidence to make a comeback in Game 3.

    Wang Yihan is now required to work much harder to disallow Liu Xin to become more confident to defeat her.
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    okay the finish line is clearer now, WYH leads LX 19-15 in G3... 20-16
     
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    WS: Wang Yihan (2)(CHN) bt (CHN) Liu Xin 21-13, 19-21, 21-16
     
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    well, last one...

    now i'm expecting an upset :D

    WD: TANG Jinhua/HUAN Xia vs [2] TIAN Qing/ZHAO Yunlei

    ha ha ha no last one...saving the spectators' sleeping time
     
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    Finally,order restored;however a close call in both cases,much closer for LXR-WX's case.
     
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    Hahaha...... Lucky for you and me; I also PAWed for WYH.
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    I would not be surprised if that would happen. European girls move too slowly con court. Some are obviously very powerful, but their footwork sometimes looks really awkward or clumpsy. Girls from SEA are in general weaker in strength. Racket skills are also not so impressive at the moment. One can only expect to see some Korean women give them a challenge.

     
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    Guess, Panda should not complain to Time Warner Cable about the below then. :p

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    and don't forget about those names such as Chen Xiaojia, Yao Xue, Han Li... and any other unheard name :D any CHN WS whether known or unknown brings along the 'danger sign' at her forehead

    I think the matter is whether CBA will despatch more of them to the GP or GP Gold events or not
     
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    Did you PAW for Tang Jinhua/Xia Huan?

    I PAWed for Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei. ;););)
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    It's an walkover.
    Officially it's for Tian Qing's injury, but at the other BC forum many people suspect it's actually for Zhao Yunlei's injury.
     
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    Walkover, how to count?
     
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    Oh well...... That PAW entry will need to be replaced by another one. :D:D:D
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    ha ha ha Chris, i paw for the bigger profit one, the newbie :D but w/o, no count so need another paw...and placed already :)
     
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    The WO is on the tournament organizer. If it did take place, the match would have started around mid-night. If the match was not a fix, it might last more than one hour. The victors would likely just dream-walk in the final.

    In this particular case, I don't think too many fans would have stayed to watch the match, given the lateness.
     

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