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2015 Yonex-Sunrise HONG KONG Open SS : FINALS (22nd November)

Discussion in 'Korea Masters / China Open / Hong Kong Open 2015' started by CLELY, Nov 21, 2015.

  1. ownz.uno

    ownz.uno Regular Member

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    What a fantastic month for LCW
     
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    better not, he need to go back home country, have a long rest, and then hope he will go take part the ongoing purple league in home country...
     
  3. Baddyforall

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    He is deserved to go to Dubai SSFinals. And also, BWF need not take steps to fill the Dubai arena if Srikanth plays there. As most of the Dubai people are indians, they will be very eager to watch Srikanth and Saina play.
    Whatever he played during the early stages of this year saved him a place in the top 8 of the superseries list(but he is out of form for the remaining part of the year . Still nobody could take his place )
     
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    They cannot all improve the speed by 30%, all of a suden.
     
  5. CLELY

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    A wake up call for China MS for Rio? Lee CW hat-trick is something rare and difficult job to do in current highly-competitive men's singles competition. Too bad his age will almost find finish line maybe he can survive until 35 y.o but after that doubted he could produce same brilliant feat. Both JPN-KOR Superseries poor results contribute Lee CW missing in Dubai Finals this year.

    WS and MD finals had dramatic turnaround, Okuhara saved six match points before Marin sealed the decider narrowly, 22-20. And Boe/Mogensen superb comeback to took second game, from 5-14 to 21-18 was unthinkable, what a fighting spirit by the Danish veteran!
     

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