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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. zhuangcorp

    zhuangcorp Regular Member

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    Why does Chen Long always seem to struggle against much lower ranked opponents.
     
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    Fighting spirit from Axelsen save match point and took 2nd game
    24-22
     
  3. Fortune

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    ROW afraid of China. thats the reason why they choose NZ GP than China Master GPG .

    just look at Sourabh Varma.
    last year, he is eligible for Ina and Den SSP, plus Jpn, French and Spore SS.

    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/page.aspx?id=14955

    this time, Sourabh choose GP than GPG lol

    a player for SS and SSP level now choose GP level ???
    if he and other players not afraid of china, then what else the
    reason ???
     
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    SJH took 2nd game 21-17
    Why is this match not in TV court?
    It's so exciting match from another WS match in today.
     
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    Blind?? Sourabh participated Malaysian GPG . Not GP !! He is just 21. So, He has so much time in his kit.. :)

    Row afraid of china !!! . My goodness. Be in the dream.. Then how come their own players feared to participate..??

    Sourabh is doing well than china's Du Pengyu, and your next super king who had a humiliating defeat in the first round against much lower ranked kashyap. Lol. Have you seen Wang zhenming's matches recently..?? Then you may not talk about lower ranked players.. This indicates you close your eyes when it comes to your country players..

    Du pengyu !!!.. i wonder why he is still there in the circuit. Not even a single title ...??? Better he can retire from the circuit..

    For a 50th ranked player (sourabh) , he can play GP and GPG tournaments.. that's much more acceptable..
     
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    Liu Xiaolong / Qiu Zihan qualify to SF
     
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    Fu/Zhang WO?

    nvm just saw on TS
     
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    I'm honestly not sure whether you're trollling or not.
     
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    Why did ZN/FHF give a walkover? An Injury? Focus on XD?
     
  10. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Incredible, managed to catch the last few points of G2 and the whole of G3. Not only does DuPY regain his form, I think, he is so fast ,so fierce, so proactive and attacking all the way, jump-smashing and rushing the net, impressive. Well done, great job, Du Pengyu.
     
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    they choose GP instead of GPG. if they are not afraid, then why they didn't compete in
    CM GPG ???


    Du Pengyu qualify to 2014 India SS semi final.
    where is India MS at their own tournament ?



    wonder why kashyap still there in the circuit.

    DPY was younger than KP.

    DPY win bronze at 2013 WC
    DPY is in top 10 of current ranking


    KP ???



    bcoz sourabh is afraid to lose to china tier 2 or even tier 3 players, thats why he choose GP level lol
     
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    Wang shixian has improved her movement considerably . She is moving better nowadays.. I wonder what she eats to maintain her body.. Good work for her lately..
     
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    Another great escape from Wang Shixian and China has secured the women single title!
     
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    China gave one more walkover to their compatriots.. They started their work already...!!??

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    ROW can filled it, to make it full...if they are not afraid hehehe



    at least, it is enough to counter your post about du pengyu hehehe

    at least, du pengyu finish higher than any other india ms at their own tournament hehehe

    malaysia surely different with china. except LCW, who else their calibre player ?

    thats why sourabh dare to play in malaysia, but afraid to play in china lol
     
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    waiting for qing tian / zhao yunlei. can they make it to sf ?
     
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    All China semifinal in WS at India SS 2014. congrats. fantastic :p
     
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    Once again, the attrition style of WSX wears down another strong opponent in three sets. If only she can be more proactive and a bit more attacking coupled with a killer smash, she may be able to finish some if not most of those matches in two straight sets.

    She can run and run the whole day, retrieving everything thrown at her and her placement shots are so effective and accurate that she keeps her opponent moving all four corners of the court until breaking point - that's what attacking players fear most, frustrating,annoying and pressurising, even draining. Marvellous, WSX, keep it up!

    Have to hand it Chen Jin. Since he became the new chief coach last Dec, CHN WS players are becoming more formidable, commanding and assertive - that's not confined just to their top 3 but also at least another 3 more WS rising fast, namely, Sun Yu, Liu Xin and Yao Xue, not to mention others.

    I'm not sure if this is the first time we see an all-CHN semifinals in WS, or any discipline for that matter.
     

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