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2013 Yonex JAPAN Open SS : Round of 16 (19th September 2013)

Discussion in 'Japan / Indonesia Open 2013' started by CLELY, Sep 18, 2013.

  1. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Thanks for reminding me.
     
  2. Justin L

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    Yup, quite a few upsets. Btw, Chai Biao and Hong Wei will be split after this tournament beginning with the DEN Open next month.
     
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    She always had trouble with japanese players. Not surprised either. I have seen Akane yamaguchi playing in Australian open 2013. Her court coverage is excellent. Congrats to Japan. Already 5 quarterfinalists in WS. And 2 semifinal spots has been secured already in WS.
     
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    Meanwhile Ajay had to struggle to get through to quarters.

    [TABLE="class: ruler matches"]
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    [TD="align: right"]Ajay Jayaram[/TD]
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    [TD]Yuichi Ikeda[/TD]
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    [TD]21-13 11-21 21-18[/TD]
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    I wonder what's wrong with Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying who have been under-performing lately and have been bundled out in the earlier rounds of a few tournaments despite their exotic ranking.This happened again in the 2nd round of the JO where they were shown the exit by the unseeded Chinese pair of Liu Cheng/Bao Yixin despite being seeded number four in the tournament with the score of 21-8, 21-16 in 34 minutes.
    Tan Aik Mong of BAM should take a serious look at this pairing and maybe break the pairing so as to give Chan and Goh a fresh start with new partners.
     
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    If you look at all the XD pairs in the BWF ranking list after the 1st Top 4 ranked pairs (XuChen/MaJin, Tontowi/Natsir, ZYL/ZN & Fischer/Pedersen), they all look the same, average and they can beat each other. However none can beat the top 4 pairs IMHO.
     
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    Tago vs. LCW in the MS Final
     
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    I just learn it from you now, whom each will be paired to?
     
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    Today's surprises #2

    Part of the today's surprises. . . continuation

    previous related post


    ranking #145 beat #12 --> the 3rd biggest casualty[TABLE="class: ruler matches"]
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    ranking #121 beat #5
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    [TD="align: right"]Cheng Liu[/TD]
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    [TD]21-8 21-16[/TD]
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    ranking #?? (no info) beat #6
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    [TD="align: right"]Takuto Inoue[/TD]
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    [TD]Muhammad Rijal [5][/TD]
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    [TD]21-18 21-14
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    For a start they are trying out Chai Biao with Cai Yun while Hong Wei goes with Fu Haifeng.
     
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    Wow... that's a strategic split, and a surprise for me, what an experimental move. thanks for updating :)
     
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    Unfortunately Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying having injuries for a long time, while the top 4 ranked pairs never heard of them having injuries...
     
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    Interesting
    Gao Huan , the last chinese MS player in japan SS. Can he stuggle for chinese squad?

    VS

    Tanongsak, who is unpredict performance
     
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    Unexpectedly, Gao Huan wipes the floor with his opponent, Tanongsak.
     
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    Just say in Tanongsak who is unpredict his performance.:D
     
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    NTM loses a commanding lead in G2 and allows Kento back into the match. Now for the decider.
     
  18. Justin L

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    I know, Tanongsak is a very good player but his lack of consistency is a problem. Gao Huan is also not known for consistency, don't expect him to go far here.

    Meanwhile, LCW is over-pawaring Anand.
     
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    Both NTM and KM are tiring
     
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    watched half a dozen MS matches from the tourney, why do they keep changing the shuttle almost after each point?? Surely it can't be broken! Stupid superstition? Buy some time to rest? But it happens even in the beginning of the game!
     

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