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2014 OUE Singapore Open SS (Qualifying, Round 1, Round 2)

Discussion in 'Singapore Open / New Zealand Open / China Master 2' started by Loh, Apr 7, 2014.

  1. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    Rian/Angga disappoint once again as they lost to their juniors Berry Angriawan/Ricky Karanda Suwardi. If they still cannot win any SS title before the Asian Games, I reckon they should be split!

    Nitya/Grace are 1-set up and leading 12-9 in the second-set.
     
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    Shizuka is a perpetual smasher. She has a great chance to win this match due to Sindhu's inconsistency issues that were witnessed in yesterday's match too.
     
  3. badMania

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    As expected, Nitya Krishinda Maheswari/Greysia Polii won in straight-sets. They should be facing Bao Yixing/Tang Jinhua yet again for a place in the last 4.
     
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    18-all :eek:
     
  5. badMania

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    Sigh...as always....Suci/Tiara led 19-15 and then 20-18 only for the CHN pair to catch-up and take the first-set 24-22.
     
  6. scorpion1

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    Again a 3 setter for sindhu...She seems to me like moving slowly.. No idea.. Tomorrow, how can she tackle wang yihan if she is error prone like this ..
     
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    Suci/Tiara force rubber-set as they take the second-set 21-18. A close one indeed.
     
  8. otidh

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    Hmm... actually Berry/Ricky are not their juniors. They are basically at the same generation. CMIIW.

    And I think it's not that surprising Rian/Angga lost to Berry/Ricky since they have been practicing together so they already knew each other's game play.
     
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    Still very tight in the WD match with the scores locked at 13-13 and the match is already entering the 72nd min.
     
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    18-18 now as the match enters the 81st min.
     
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    come on suci/tiara. 18-17.

    will they throw away this chance again? just like when they lost in a very tight match against o byx/tjh :eek:
     
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    19-18 to the INA pair. 2 more pts....
     
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    match point. come on
     
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    21-20. second match point
     
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    the former WJC runner up did it! next round they are going to face Misaki/Ayaka, break the jinx please?
     
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    C'mon Derek of Singapore Team! Hope you can go further!
     
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    in thomas cup, simon santoso will be a force to be rocken with,
     
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    Tomorrow, it is a huge task for him ..
     
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    Why don't they stream the first and second court throughout the day?
     
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    Kudos to Andini/Tiara

    What a huge fight....

    Misaki/Ayaka are very consistent pair so it takes huge effort to win against them
     

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