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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. scorpion1

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    Suppanyu gives a flying start against fancied Wang Zhenming.. Lets see how he maintains it. It will be difficult unless he is consistent throughout..
     
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    Ajay vs Daren is on court.. My paw should not go waste.. I believe that doctors would have treated Ajay very well..
     
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    So far, suppanyu is doing good..
     
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    Suppanyu leading in the second set.. 11-8 :)
     
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    Daren Liew won the first set.. 21-15... I think my paw is going to fault..
     
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    Referring to the statement from [​IMG]Marc ZWIEBLER after the match vs. Ponsana:" [...] after the match we agreed that next time we play outside in KL somewhere...can't be more much more windy than on court nr 1 here! [...]
     
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    It seems like qualifier Suppanyu is going to create an upset by winning against fancied Wang Zhenming.. 17-13 in the second game..
     
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    Lesson to those who think Wang Zhengming is the next big thing: Yes, he has a lot of potential to be the next big thing, but don't boldly declare that he will march into the final of a tournament just because he has the ability to beat all the players in his side of the draw. You will never know which Wang Zhengming will turn up. This is a trend that can be observed over the past one year ;)

    At the moment, Suppanyu hasn't won yet at 18-15 in the second game, but would anyone call WZM's performance convincing?
     
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    Walkover for English pairing ... just updated ;)
     
  10. undeadshot

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    Actually, before you PAW you should do some research with the head-to-head function. Ajay has the potential to beat Daren but the same holds true for the other way round, regardless of whether he is fit or not.

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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent"]Li Ning China Open 2012[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: transparent"]MS[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent, align: right"]Ajay Jayaram[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent"]18-21 21-16 14-21[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent"]YONEX German Open Grand Prix Gold 2011[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: transparent"]MS[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent, align: right"]Ajay Jayaram[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent"]15-21 21-18 21-18
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    On another note, looks like Wang Zhengming's journey has come to an end. I'm disappointed really, his lack of intensity will make him very vulnerable to upsets, so he should treat his opponents seriously and not look towards a potential final berth which he COULD get if he plays to full potential.
     
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    There is an upset here...

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    [TD]21-16 21-16[/TD]
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    Qualifier Suppanyu creates a stir in the first round.. Wow...
     
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    Yeah .. just now noticed...:(
     
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    Ajay is a good player.. His lack of fitness and health problems will give him hard time i guess ...
     
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    in malaysia WZM has the tidapa attitute!!!!!!

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    Nice to see alot of Indo playes passed through to the second round after disaster tourney in Korea..

    time to split Mel/Grace ?? nothing promising happening after been kicked out of the L Olympic and Mel is getting OLD..

    Pair Grace with Gloria Wijaja??
     
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    Wait till those watching in the stadium give their report/views. Today the matches will finish late, so maybe tomm morning we will hear from them.
     
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    Alumsyah Yunus leads in the mid game interval.. 11-9 in the first game against only MS of china Gao Huan
     
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    With the next surprising result, it seems that there are much players with problems to handle the strong drift in the hall.
     
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    I agree totally that Ajay is a strong player, that is very capable of beating Liew Daren. Even if he's trailing, he has it in him to fight back. Just saying research would be good before deciding that Liew Daren is not so good so Ajay could possibly beat him even if he is unwell. I'm not saying that it's stupid to PAW Ajay, if I didn't hear Ajay getting food poisoning I might PAW him if I played PAW (which I am actually too lazy to use my brains to) - but having a not in good condition Ajay is really risky against a player where he has good battles against in normal form.
     
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    ouch,my sudirman cup final ticket was gone:crying:
     

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