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2012 Badminton Asia Championships: Qualifications to Quarter-Finals matches

Discussion in 'Continental Championships 2012' started by chris-ccc, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. Flyvet

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    What is the present state of world ranking at the moment? Peter Gade lost in the quarter finals in the European championship last night. What if CJ looses to Hu Yun later ? Does it mean that the two of them have to fight it out in India for the world no. 4 ranking?
     
  2. Justin L

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    Oh,PG lost the EC QF? That will certainly give CJ a big boost in confidence to beat Hu Yun,but what if he loses, good question. Then the India SS would be the decider,I supposed. But I thought,even if CJ wins this title,he may outrank PG but still cannot afford to screw up the India SS as PG may perform just enough to regain his 4th ranking.
     
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    Next up, WSX - Han Li. From now on,every match LXR wins will have a direct impact on WSX, their unwitting rivalry has intensified,their friendship aside.
     
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    I hope WSX and Han Li play for real.
     
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    As predicted, Alvent/Hendra AG lost to Chai/Guo, 7-21 and 20-22. The Chinese pair saved 2 game points and took 4 consecutive points then cruised into last four.
     
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    WSX,for sure,doubtlessly. She just lost G1, Han Li not giving her any quarters either.
     
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    Even Chen Xiaojia is not giving Wang Xin any face. They all want to win,don't they?
     
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    It looks like WSX and Han Li are playing for real. Good stuff.
     
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    sorry pcll, i didn't watch just now but I have watched her before at previous tournaments since late last year till now. I know how she plays.
     
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    My goodness, Chen Xiajia just bumped Wang Xin off 21-15 in G1.
     
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    WSX seems to have regrouped herself,stepped up her game another gear and levelled the match 21-12 in G2. Now for the rubber.
     
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    it's over for Han Li. 12-5, WSX leading.
     
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    WSX reasserting herself in G3, taking a commanding lead 16-5 in the decider
     
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    Han Li's stamina/endurance is a real problem. Sad.
     
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    Folks,livestream 's on now
     
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    Chen Xiaojia overcame Wang Xin in two straight sets, 21-15 and 21-19, incredible.
     
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    And WSX won over Han Li 13-21, 21-12, 21-8
    Does it mean LYB will let the two (WSX and LXR) to play in the final to determine who is better between them?
    Just a wild guess :cool:
     
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    I guess LXR needs to win more than WSX does. If I were LYB, I will instruct LXR to win.
     
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    Chen Jin lived up to expectation, thumped Hu Yun 21-10,21-14
     
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    No "instruct", they both want to win very much and I believe LYB will be fair as he already has WYH and WX in the lineup for London. But I guess, LXR-WSX contention will be more in the upcoming India SS than here as there are other fellow players gunning for this title too.
     

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