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2013 MALAYSIA Open SS : Day 2 (16th January) - Round of 32

Discussion in 'Korea / Malaysia Open 2013' started by CLELY, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. cobalt

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    Sindhu needs to understand strategy and how to apply it. She needs to stop playing reactive badminton. Once she does this, it will be very difficult to stop her from winning all those 3-setters she's been losing so far.
     
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    if she does that,do u think she will still play in 3-setters?:p
     
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    Sure, why not?! :D
    It takes time to work out strategy, you've got to see how the opponent plays on that day, and what the opponent's strategy is... the best players now almost always use all 3 games, for this reason. Except that skinny guy... :p
     
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    so that skinny guy isnt the best player.:p
     
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    :( I guess you're right! :p
     
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    By 2020, maybe cyborgs & androids are allowed to compete in the Olympics already.
     
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    You're late! OG 2012, Chen Jin, been there, done that... ! :p
     
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    he is a cyborg?! :eek: then they must have made it with very high quality, because i can't noticed it after seeing him playing for years. :D

    Who is this Mr. skinny guy yo guys are talking about? Viktor?
     
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    That's right! Quality has improved over the past 3-4 decades! :D



    Ha ha!! No, the other skinny guy... ;)
     
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    Can't actually judge that fairly as LD was 20 when he started dominating and LCW only got really strong from 2006 on. The way I see it, Viktor still has 2 years before you can properly judge him...and since he's European, he won't ever be able to match LD/LCW in their explosive fast-paced game. But perhaps he can be successful with a different style of play....let's just wait and see ;)

    Not really a fair comparison seeing how there is no WS players that's even remotely close to LD/LCW in terms of skill and dominance. A lot of the weaker Top 10 MS players get beaten by younger players occasionally, so the difference isn't as huge. Also, Tine and Saina have lost to nearly any international WS player in the world by now. Tine perhaps because she's starting to get old, and Saina....well, imop, she really is a rather simple player, having no dangerous weapon of her own. Also looks really ungraceful on court, no comparison to LXR who seems so in-control when she is in form...
     

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