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2011 Hong Kong Open SS: Finals Sunday 20-November

Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / China Open 2011' started by chris-ccc, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. Justin L

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    No false modesty,just proper pride, the way Cai and Fu put it during the interview.
     
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    China 5, ROW 0
     
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    Doubles at it's finest here.
     
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    Wow, this is one of the best men doubles matches that I've ever seen, another being the 2009 WC final... wow... just...wow! Haha..

    The way they are playing, no other pair in the world can touch these two..
     
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    i barely breathed for most of the match !! :O
     
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    ladies and gentlemen. it was a pleasure following the matches with everyone.

    now it is 2.45am. time to turn in. have a good weekend.
     
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    too many unforced errors from lyd, despite jjs playing his best ever...
     
  9. Justin L

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    Fully agree,they should be co-winners,if possible.
     
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    Agree, very thrilling & top-notch match, both pairs played well. CHN pair took 6 consecutive points to win title while KOR MD only 2 points away for victory, amazing!
    Well, first time clean sweep from CHN squad in this year SS circuit, they continue to create badminton record, and maybe their big mission next to do same feat in London 2012 ;)
     
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    OMG, what a MD final, it's certainly one of the best matches I've ever seen after the 2009 WC final (same pairs, same winner). Congratulations to Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng for taking the 2011 Yonex Sunrise HK
    Open SS MD title. It was a remarkable come back!!! However, the efforts (numberous dives & powerful smashes) from Jung Jae Sung this evening were excellent!!! IMO, he deserves the title of the 'Best badminton player' of the 2011 HK Open SS.
     
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    you must be careful, i have said this during the WC and someone told the other to ignore me & call me stupid.
     
  13. Justin L

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    Merely for stating the fact? I stand by what I said. As Voltaire said “I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” That's freedom of speech, but responsible speech. Freedom and Responsibility go hand in hand for me;otherwise,freedom of speech may be abused,for words are action too, and words can kill,both in the figurative and literal senses!
     
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    Yup, too bad LYD didn't play as well as JJS but we can say that FHF didn't play that well at the early stages too ;)
     
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    totally agreed Jung Jae Sung was excellent
     
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    ^ im just saying. ;)
     
  17. Justin L

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    No problem,thanks. I'm with you.
     
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    Such an amazing MD Final it was (well I obv cheered for JJS/LYD and was quite suprised they couldn´t end it after the 19:15 lead in final set). JJS played amazing Badminton, usually it is LYD who almost never makes unforced errors, but today JJS was at his best!
    Looking forward to watch the MX Final when it is uploaded!
    When I woke up i just saw the end of the WD Final and knew it is time for the big guns.

    Btw does someone know what the music / song which is played between sets, matches and in the end is called? ->thx
     
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    Are you talking about Superseries Anthem?
    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/news_item.aspx?id=54166
     
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    Wang Xin, for a long time, trained with male players and has since developed her fast and attacking style, which makes her opponents' movement on court look so clumpsy. She's just unique and my favourite WS player;)

     

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