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2014 Yonex-Sunrise INDIA Open SS : R/16 & QUARTERFINALS (3rd & 4th April 2014)

Discussion in 'Malaysia GPG / India Open 2014' started by CLELY, Apr 2, 2014.

  1. Fortune

    Fortune Regular Member

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    I guess, CBA expect many ROW players will come to china. unfortunately, only some of them dare to come. the rest, which is so many, are afraid hehehe.

    you sounds like india ms can win over china ms.
    what about china junior sue xong ?

    he defeated 6 india ms to win the title, India GPG 2014 :D




    to give clear information about a player of SS and even SSP level but now choose GP instead of GPG level. thats why CM GPG lack of ROW players
     
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    Not really good for non-CHN fans.
    Since all chinese WS players have finished their jobs of preparation for UC, I don't think they will try their best for the following matches. Though it's understandable, for avoiding injuries or being scrutinized by other countries before UC, the less competitive matches are less exciting.
     
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    2011 China Open Semi-Finals:

    Wang Xin vs Li Xuerui 15-21 21-18 23-21
    Wang Yihan vs Liu Xin 21-13 19-21 21-16


    It was two epic battles pitting two unknowns versus two established players. It was so brutal that Wang Xin retired in the first game in the Final at 12-18.

    It would be a treat if IO semi will be a repeat of that.
     
  4. Justin L

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    That's fine with me, with the Uber Cup a little more than a month away, I think the four CHN WS will be given a free rein to fight it out among themselves. Let's see who takes the trophy, I'll certainly want to watch both the two semifinals and the final.
     
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    more than 15 minutes. I can't edit it. my mistake. KP win over WZM.

    but DPY (the player that we are talking about) reach SF by defeating one of india ms, sai praneth :D
     
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    Wow, that's wonderful, thanks for telling us.

    To me, all-CHN affairs often produce badminton of the highest order, particularly in the finals.
     
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    did u know when was the last time china ws did it in event outside china ?
     
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    I agree. what is the need to fix who will win since china already win the title.

    as far as I know, they didn't fixed the match when the title already assured
     
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    if china lose, it is not really good for china fans ;)
     
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    What's happening to TQ/ZYL in G3 from 13-4 up, now they are 15-16 down ?!
     
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    Pedersen / Juhl win
     
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    Good question, the feat is even more impressive and convincing when achieved outside China where there were fewer CHN second stringers participating and taking out several of the best in the ROW.
     
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    Something must have happened to either TQ or ZYL.
     
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    10 reps out of 20 in SF. 50%.
     
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    for chn ms, i guess it should be AE 2007
     
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    absolutely! If china lose, a tempest of criticism will come forth everywhere in China. That's the burden of Chinese WS players.
     
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    When I look back at the DuPY vs VA match earlier and compare it with the THW vs VA match at the Swiss Open, I must say I'm more impressed by DuPY's performance and that's not because he won whereas THW lost to VA. I admire DuPY more because he was one game up and holding two matchpoints before losing the 2nd set, yet he could stay focused and steadfastly fight all the way to the bitter end for a well-deserved victory.

    That against a player like VA who is quite difficult to handle lately. DuPY really showed such amazing fighting spirit, tenacity and grit determination, I salute him.
     
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    I only hope that DuPY can show all of his fighting spirt tomorrow and lose to LCW the invincible, in a respectable way. :crying:
     
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    who cares?
     
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    With the exits of KP and SN, India as the host, have no representation left in the tournament and obviously their Indian supporters were very disappointed.
    The Chinese WS players showed their class by winning all their QF matches and thus assure themselves of a top two finish.
    ManeepongJongjit/Nipihon Puangpuaech played beyond expectations to reach the SF and will they create an upset in the SF?
    CPS/LPJ did well to stretch KSH/KHN (S4) and hopefully the BAM will retain the pairing.
     

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