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BWF WORLD Superseries Finals 2014 : Day 3 (19th December 2014) - Group Stage

Discussion in 'Super Series Final 2014' started by CLELY, Dec 18, 2014.

  1. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Huh??? Who??? What???
     
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    lol. .war of attrition because atleast i can say this for saina, she doesn't throw up matches for nothing, she is here to win and she will fight till the end.
     
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    Hehe thought that might get your attention.

    By the way, anyone else think China are training their girls too hard? They are all physically falling apart right now. But perhaps they need to train that hard to make up for lack of talent?
     
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    Kudos to bae. She is trying ver hard even though she knows that she is already out.
     
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    I don't agree that there is a lack of talent. However Chinese supremacy in women's singles is not a given anymore due to other countries catching up. Maybe they are training hard to regain the top spot? Hard work = success in most books.
     
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    Lack of talent?

    That's about the most stupid remark ever on this forum...
    They train that hard from kid's ages on, because it's so hard to make it to the top IN CHINA. Beacause there are so many talented and hard working girls.
    Once they made it to the top in China, it's a walk in the park to make it to the top of the world.

    Just to remind you:
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/ranking/category.aspx?id=8070&category=473
     
  7. ssj100

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    Trust me, I've made much more "stupid" remarks before. That should probably tell you something though hehe.

    Nehwal wins. My predictions on fire today hehe.
     
  8. Justin L

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    Both Bae and the umpire are a bit confused by it, the line judge changed his mind and called it out, so no need for Bae to challenge the call that's in her favour.
     
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    I do remember reading one of the comments on youtube video of saina vs shixian's match of this tournament. It says " shixian did not play well because of the crowd". Lol. What a funny comment .. I never ever heard such a stupid comment so far. Just to remind this..
     
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    So 3rd seed nehwal advanced to semis along with sung ji hyun.
     
  11. ssj100

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    So Nehwal and Yamaguchi the only WS players who are unbeaten so far. No surprise with Yamaguchi, but I'm a little surprised with Nehwal being unbeaten.
     
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    Just to throw math into the picture, probability increased to 50% after SN won her match. :cool:
     
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    Was it 33% before? I thought it was 50% before too..
     
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    Indeed. doh' (insert Homer Simpson pic).
     
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    Tommy playing for pride here... Dont be a WSX show that you have still got it!! deserved to play this competition
     
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    I think you underestimate Saina too much. I think your mind is still back in 2013.
    You want Saina to lose in the finals?!!
    Not very patriotic, are you?
     
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    So, Momota wins 2-1.
    What does Srikanth need now to qualiyfy?
     
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    mmh momota can only advance if joj loses despite winning two matches...
    Srikanth needs one game, right?!

    After points, game won/loss difference counts, than more winning games, then points. Is this correct?
     
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    Srikanth need to take 1 game. That's enough even if he loses today. Then jan and srikanth both will be qualified.
     
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    MX is in the third set now.
    I hope CP/JFN can do it, but they are quite a bit off. Defensivly and making too many unforcered errors...
     

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