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2017 Yonex U.S. Open

Discussion in '2017 Tournaments' started by samkool, Jun 17, 2017.

  1. nilesh123

    nilesh123 Regular Member

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    Yes he is, but he won the title with Satwik cause he complimented Satwik's personality on court. With Dhruv whenever he is in the position, where he has to win the points, the boy just go erratic. No doubt on his potential, but its just the flare that distinguishes the "19-20" difference
     
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    I want him with Satwik instead of Chirag
     
  3. samkool

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    yup...
    shin held her own whenever she was attacked. japan could not crack her, thus leaving no doubt about the outcome.
    li got off to a slow start while ohori started quick in the feet. the second game went more like I thought the first game would. unfortunately li found her groove a little too late.
    bingo. once kim ha na warmed up she dictated play.
    all players adjust between games, and win or lose, inoue/kaneko are among the best i've seen at imposing their adjustments. lu/yang had a clear power advantage, but that's not enough at this level. inoue/kaneko owned all other facet's.

    hit 4 out of 5 today (ws was not close).
    brb... heading to cashier.
     
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    Krishnaprasad is more of a front court player. Dhruv is good at the back but not as good as Satwik. They are still finding chemistry between them. Once it is attained, they are force to be reckoned . They are 17 .


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  5. nilesh123

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    That's exactly my point. When your partner isn't YYS or FHF you have to take care of the Back court as well, once in a while, it's not XD (even that's changing)
    OTOH Dhruv hold the font court comprehensively better than Satwik.
    Yes, they are 17, once they ripe, we should have a good MD
     
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    Which game? I saw Kenichi Hayakawa coaching MD and WD, and Eriko Hirose coaching WS.
     
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    Did Kwun and you attend? :)
     

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