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2015 Yonex CANADA Open GP : Qualification-FINAL (23rd-28th June 2015)

Discussion in 'Yonex US Open / Yonex Canada Open 2015' started by CLELY, Jun 22, 2015.

  1. racketman123

    racketman123 Regular Member

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    One in delight; one in exhaustion.
     
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    So Michelle finally won in two sets :D Congratulations.

    Had she not made quite a lot unforced errors, she would have won it much easier! Her smashes down the line to Imabeppu's backhand side won many points :)
     
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    Winner gets a ........ big white hat :D
     
  4. racketman123

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    100% Worth it.
     
  5. Xgens

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    LCW woohoo!
     
  6. racketman123

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    Two titles in two weeks. Let's hope he can bring his good form in to Jakarta.
     
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    Well Calgary is considered cow town :p
     
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    his real test before Jakarta is at Chinese Taipei Open next month as LCW will likely or mostly face Chen Long in QF due to the draw...
     
  9. racketman123

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    True, but at the big stage, anything can happen...
     
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    LCW played in the final with 75% of this game. Like to see keep his winning strike
     
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    Time for a good rest for him. I hope he skipped Taiwan Open.
     
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    Man that was an amazing tournament. Loved it and will miss it. That's also most likely the first and last time I'll ever see LCW in real life. It's all over now but it was the best.
     
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    As badminton fans, we live for these moments. Maybe he'll come back next year to defend his two titles, you never know !!!
     
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    Hi, glad you enjoyed it. Will you upload the final?
     
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    Also glad to see Lee/Chau win! I know it's a small tournament, but these aren't easy to win either - look at LCW, he was taken to three sets on three occasions during the tournament, and he didn't face a single top 10 (or even top 20) opponent?
     
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    And they won the title, congrats!

    It would be good decision for him to skip TPE GP Gold after bagged back to back title towards big event in Jakarta.

    Beside Lee CW who triumphed two titles in two consecutive weeks, Chinese potential MD Li JH/Liu YC also did same feat. An entertaining WS final when Michelle Li defended her title after eliminated Imabeppu in two close games.
     
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    I am impressed with the turnout on final day. There has to be at 1,000 spectators. Don't think there was that many people in the 2013 n 2014 editions
     
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    Thanks everyone also. This first tournament I've attended was truly an awesome experience. So from today's matches, not only will there be the MS, but also WS and XD. Of course, MS will be first up.
     
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    Wow, that's great. Those were the three matches that I was keen to watch. I missed the live coverage of all the finals. Look forward to your uploads!
     
  20. CantSmashThis

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    Yeah, as ridiculous as it seems, usually it's some no name TV station that gets the licensing deals in the past. That's why US Open & Canada Open, for example in 2013, there were no streams, only people recording and putting it online. But there were actually cameras set up for recording but no one can find it. (And you can find part of the stream for the Thai fight in 2013).

    Glad to know they still streamed finals, but that was the case in the past where there was a license deal in place.
     
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