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2016 Yonex Open JAPAN Superseries : Qualification & R/32 (20th & 21st September)

Discussion in 'Japan Open / Korea Open 2016' started by CLELY, Sep 19, 2016.

  1. Justin L

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    Kashyap can't hold on to his lead in G3, might be tiring.
     
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    Kashyap lost, that's a tired-looking smash, wide by a big margin.
     
  3. Justin L

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    The Shi Yuqi - Tommy Sugiarto match wasn't livestreamed, not sure how SYQ did it. Was Tommy off-form, sluggish, error-prone or anything ? If not, then SYQ is on a breakout, starting with his INA Masters title.
     
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    One good thing about Ng Ka Long Agnus is he is of "never say die" type. He is really a talented lad with calm demeanour. He is very fit.
     
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    Chen Yufei plays too many slow sliced drop shots from her deep forehand corner, a weakness.
     
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    Finally, Qiao Bin pulls away in G3 but I still think HKV is a smarter player, less predictable in his shotmaking.
     
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    Chen Yufei needs to widen her repertoire of shots.
     
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    Except Nozomi and Tai, there are no other top 10 players in WS. It looks like a GPG tournament (WS).
     
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    ratchanok is there
     
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    Tai TY was bundled out by Sayaka Sato.
     
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    Too bad, both Qiao Bin and Shi Yuqi are in the same quadrant as LCW, their campaigns including Angus Ng's are very likely to be cut short by the maestro.
     
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    Ahsan/Setiawan did poorly today against the Brits, just barely overcoming them.
     

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