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2014 Maybank MALAYSIA SS Premier : Qualification & R/32 (14th & 15th January 2014)

Discussion in 'Korea / Malaysia / India Open 2014' started by CLELY, Jan 13, 2014.

  1. SigH-Max

    SigH-Max Regular Member

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    LDK has a MP against CL !
     
  2. undeadshot

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    A really shocking result considering the same pair lost 10-21 9-21 last week. I guess Boe/Mogensen are tired or busy partying after their win last week.
     
  3. ting_ht

    ting_ht Regular Member

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    You are right and Chinese players always concentrate on big titles like AE, TC/UC, SC, WC and AG.
     
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    Lol.. Already chinese fans started to speak dialogues such as "Chinese players always concentrate on big titles like AE, TC/UC, SC, WC and AG.".

    Save the theories until the match is over. Still the match is in progress..
     
  5. ting_ht

    ting_ht Regular Member

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    I guess the weather could be another factor as European players normally find it hard to play well in South east Asia countries.
     
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    boe and mogensen must be so unprofessional party till tired themselves and come to here expect a title again.
     
  7. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    What happened in G2 ? CL was falling way behind, approaching the brink of defeat and then he crept back up to force and win the deuce to level up. What for ?! Just to prove he can be in a precarious position and still save himself at will.:rolleyes:
     
  8. ting_ht

    ting_ht Regular Member

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    Thank you for the reminder, I just speak in general terms regardless of the result of this match. For an example, could any fans check how many titles won by Chinese players in Malaysia open in the past 5 years?
     
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    Just curious, anyone using Tapatalk to log in to Badminton Central? I find it ver laggy.
     
  10. AlanY

    AlanY Regular Member

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    0 in 2009(*)
    3 in 2010
    4 in 2011
    4 in 2012
    2 in 2013

    (*) wouldn't be bother that year.
     
  11. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    And then CL romps home to victory in the decider. As if he's saying to LDK, 'I gave you the chance , you failed to capitalize on it, I had achieved what I set out to do and it's time I get serious'. Either CL is living on the edge or he's, intentionally or not, pushing his luck to the limit and inadvertently tormenting his opponent.
     
  12. ting_ht

    ting_ht Regular Member

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    Thank you for the quick check.

    I thought Chinese players won three titles in 2012 (two from mainland who are under CBA control and one from Chinese Taipei player) and players from Chinese Taipei which are not under the direction of CBA so they will play at free will. The total number of titles are 12 (10 won by mainland players) but it is still less than titles won in the World championship (19) if my numbers are correct.
     
  13. AlanY

    AlanY Regular Member

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    yes, you're right. I'd mixed up the MAS with KOR opens. it should be

    3 in 2010
    4 in 2011
    2 in 2012, and
    1 in 2013.
     
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    Must be said it was a pretty poor day for Malaysian players today.

    Zhang/ Fu brushed aside Kim/ Kim. Was strange watching Zhang playing MD though :)

    Did anyone see Porntip's injury vs Xuerui? Hope it's not too bad.
     
  15. ting_ht

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    I do not think he will go far in such form because better players are waiting each round further but I guess that we may speak too soon.
     
  16. ting_ht

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    At least they have beaten the world #3 MD (second seed) and last week's Korean open champion.

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    #176 ting_ht, Jan 15, 2014
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  17. Justin L

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    Porntip's knee injury didn't happen today when playing LXR. It was carried over from her training even before the KOR Open SS last week where she retired in R1 to Akane Yamaguchi when trailing 11-1.
     
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    Ting_ht - I hadn't scrolled far enough down the results page to see that! A surprise considering how comfortable the Danes were last week.

    Justin - Thank you as always
     
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    I predict Chen Long will lose to Wei Nan tomorrow. He's never met him before, he's not keen to meet LCW again (chicken! :p), and he never seems to play really, really well against anyone other than LCW.

    They might as well mail the winner's cheque to LCW right now and be done with it.
     
  20. OneToughBirdie

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    Reluctant to play LCW...scared to meet LCW, not a chance. Just that CL is not that consistent when playing others, he is beatable. CL plays best against LCW, it brings out the best in him. When it comes to consistency LCW and LD are a class by themselves.
     

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