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2011 Macau Open GPG: Tue 29-Nov to Thu 01-Dec (Matches before the Quarter-Finals)

Discussion in 'Macau Open GP Gold / Korea GP Gold / India GP 2011' started by chris-ccc, Nov 28, 2011.

  1. Justin L

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    Looks like Chen Xiaojia is going to upset her senior Jiang YJ
     
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    [FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]A fine-line separator between the two pairs in this match

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    [TD]16-21 21-13 24-22

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  3. kelana

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    Indeed a surprise to see a junior stepped over her elder :confused:

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    What happened to Jiang??? two back-to-back unexpected losses!
    well, those who dared to paw Chen reap lots of points from today's result :D
     
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    who simon opponent on quaterfinal?,
     
  5. Justin L

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    Kashyap got one back and they're into G3
     
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    Awaiting the outcome of P. Kashyap-Chou TC ,now still in progress,one game each and just starting rubber set
     
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    Good, Vivian/WKW beat their experienced Macau opponents Zhang Zhibo/Wang Rong in straight games to check into the quarters. Meanwhile Vountus/Lutfi managed to take advantage of their good draw to reach the QF but they won't go further than that.
     
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    who knows
    mak/tan beat ko/yoo before
    maybe vountus and lutfi can too
     
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    suddenly he reach quater finalw
    when is the last time hafiz reach quater final in international tournament?
     
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    Sigh...Tommy Sugiarto still could not beat Mohd Hafiz Hashim as he lost in straight-sets: 19-21, 13-21.

    Now, Alamsyah Yunus is playing Kenichi Tago.
     
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    A disappointment is: Tommy lost to HH The Yoyo :D
     
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    In fact, Hafiz reached QF at the Yonex-Sunrise Vietnam Open GP & Yonex Chinese-Taipei Open GPG.
     
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    wow
    he does?
    lost attention for long time
    hehe
     
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    My conclusion as well after watching her in HK. Good technique - can add a bit of acceleration and she'll be in the top ten.
     
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    Agree with Cheung. I think Michelle Li is really a good prospect for Canada. She just needs more experience playing in GPG levels and above tourneys.
     
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    she is now rank 24 in the world
     
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    INA is ensured of a place in SF as Hendra A. Gunawan/Alvent Yulianto Chandra [5] beat Liu Xiaolong/Qiu Zihan in straight-sets. They will face Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan [4] for a place in the last 4.
     
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    wow... amazing... ;) blew everyone away... ;)

    Sigh...Tommy Sugiarto still could not beat yoyo...
     
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    I remember watching Saina inthe Macau Open some years ago. My comment then was change of acceleration being something Saina needed to add. I think Michelle shows a better game but it's rather similar that Michelle can do with better acceleration and change of pace within a rally.

    As with most Canadians, I'd like to see them put a more passion and expression into their game :)
     
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    zakry/fairuz won first game against ko/yoo. lets see how far they can go ;)
     

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