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2016 OUE SINGAPORE Open Superseries : Round of 16 (14th April)

Discussion in 'Malaysia Open/ Singapore Open/ China Masters 2016' started by CLELY, Apr 13, 2016.

  1. touya

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    If Sony can beat WZM tomorrow, Lin Dan may face four Indonesian in a row to the final. Of course, assuming he beat Tommy tomorrow.
     
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    Out of four chinese mix doubles in R2, one has gone through the next round, can they make it 4/4?
     
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    Yes, ever write for they have write ;)
     
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    the umpire didn't give any card to them...
    Kevin just too energetic
     
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    From the score, seems like Ihsan gave a better fight to Lin Dan than JC
     
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    Chances are all the four will make it into QF.
     
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    Korea suffered huge blows today. Out of 12 representative today, only 5 survive to quarter final.
     
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    which to be honest shows a poor performance overall.
     
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    Meanwhile, Indonesia is having very unusual good day. 9/13 have survived, and they still can add 1 more pair from the last match.
     
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    Maybe fatigue? They are the only powerhouse badminton that keep sending (almost) full team players to every big tournament this year, maybe except Swiss Open.
     
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    I am honestly not quite fond with their play style taunting their opponents, as long as not violating the rules it is found to be acceptable.
    I also like player who stand to be different, i think this will be make badminton more exciting, as much as we hate them winning match, as much as joy we got in return when they lost.
     
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    Liu Cheng/ Bao Yixin may not survive, they have been showing bad performance lately.
     
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    From what i've heard, he made a lot of mistakes today..

    Kinda dissapointing..

    Hope he will do better next time..
     
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    Berry/ryan 21 -19 chai/hong..
     
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    This you are right. The Korean players have been going for tournaments on weekly basis except for that Swiss Open. Fatigue overall.
     
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    Okay agreed with you. But I think to be on the safe side we need to stop talking about Gideon / Kevin now.
     
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    Yes, The conditions are extremely windy. Youngsters can have hard time adapting to the drift.
     
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    Jojo just too nervous met his idol :D
     
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    Agreed it is very windy and the drift too.
     
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    Honestly, I don't mind LC/BYX losing here. More power to XC/MJ then, since I still want to see them in Olympics.

    Also, I don't want Wang/Chen to meet their teammate tomorrow.
     

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