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2016 Celcom Axiata MALAYSIA Open SS Premier : R/16

Discussion in 'Malaysia Open/ Singapore Open/ China Masters 2016' started by nilesh123, Apr 6, 2016.

  1. Lord Darken

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    This Single Match will be interesting.
    What is your prediction my fellow BC'ians forumers?

    My prediction Lin Dan win with rubber set.
     
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    One more Single Match that will be interesting too.
    LCW vs Axelsen.
    There will be no problem for LCW based on the paper.
    But, hope for the best game from both players.

    My prediction: LCW win in rubber set.
     
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    Leave Chen Qingchen for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics - where I anticipate that she could win 2 golds in XD and WD. She is almost complete technically and physically. But between now and Tokyo, she needs to be tested against high pressure environments such as the World Championships / Uber Cup / Sudirman Cup / Asian Games.
     
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    Leaving CQC in or out is not even up for choice. Her rankings in both events are too low right now.

    In WD, the only realistic choices are Luos, TQ/ZYL, TYT/YY. If it were up to me, I would leave out the Luos although that's tricky since they're the highest ranked amongst the 3.
    In XD, the only selection choices are ZN/ZYL, LC/BYX and XC/MJ. ZN/ZYL are definitely in (no-brainer). I think I would leave out XC/MJ.
     
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    What do you expect from a Jia Yu fan? It's the same excuse over and over again whenever a CHN player loses. I think some can memorize them.
     
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    Absolutely agree with you bro. Looks like we are Koo-Tan fans. Well, i really enjoyed their game last night, & they seem enjoyed it too. Not only the display of skills they possess but their chemistry as a duo is better then before, that's what i look for in MD. Tan smashed at the back and Koo sets up the rally at the front, they do great flat exchanges too, not many risky /trick shot from Koo, as i recalled only one at the beginning, but they need to increase their speed. MD 90% is about speed. MA/HS beat LYD/YYS by speed too.
    I also favor them over GVS/TWK for Rio. Koo/Tan is more experienced in big event, & of course they are better based on current performance, IMHO. If both pairs could go, it would be better.
     
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    Lin Dan is a very mature player, he is a legend. If he wants to win the match, nobody can stop him, not even line judge.
    Hawk eye should be available at every court, guess it is too expensive to set up.
     
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    hope Koo/Tan continue to play even they likely fail to go to Rio, at least they go compete next World Championship next year...
     

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