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CHINA Open SS Premier 2012 : Day 2 (14th November) - Round of 32

Discussion in 'China Open / Hong Kong Open 2012' started by CLELY, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. Justin L

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    Chen Jin just demonstrated "How to frustrate your opponent and wear him down".
     
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    Great escape by CJ .....
     
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    It's more like Tommy lost, he was leading n the 2nd and 3rd set
     
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    Chen Jin leads 20-18 in the rubber. Home crowd supported their player very well
     
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    CJ won it . Where is LD Rules...:D
     
  6. Justin L

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    If CJ continues in this vein, he is unlikely to last until the final, maybe QF the most.
     
  7. Justin L

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    Now is for JAP sensation Mitani to show her colours.
     
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    Here! Home advantage I guess...
     
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    The World Junior WS Champion goes neck and neck with the ex-World Junior Champion, ....

    Just noticed, they are both the same age (17).
     
  10. Justin L

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    Meanwhile, IR is giving herself a final push to the finishing line.
     
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    Good. IR showed all her experience in tournaments especially CBSL during the trailing end of rubber game to finish the match. She won it.:)
     
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    I never heard about the player who is playing mitani. Just now seen two or three points. Hsiao ma pai is throwing the same arrow which mitani threw it over saina. Wonderful. Lets see whether mitani pulls it towards her.
     
  13. Justin L

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    Mitani was trailing,trailing,now she pulls level.
     
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    Hsiao ma pai won the first set. Really great to see it. First time i am hearing her name.
     
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    I just realize wd seed 1,3 and xd seed 2 withdrawn and Ina wd and xd pair benefit from that
     
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    she is a very good player, won a few titles last year but not really talked about as Taipei had Cheng SC and Tai TY
     
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    Agree with you. The same advantage that won India the World Cricket Cup when they beat Sri Langka last year. But China had no home advantage in the London Olympics when the number of gold medals they won were probably more than the total number of medals of any color won by Scorpion1's country in all the Olympics it had taken part in. I have no problem with this guy when he roots for players from his homeland , but this guy seems to rejoice every time players from China looses and makes a point to rub it in on every China fan in this forum. My sincere apologies to the rest of the other members of the forum from India for coming out with this post. Good night from Adelaide
     
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    No MAS casualty today.
     
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    With respect, good to see the lone Viet warrior, Nguyen TM, making his presence felt edging out Rajiv to take G1, 21-19.
     
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    Mitani re-asserted herself to level up with G2. I think with her superb fitness,speed and good court coverage, she should prevail in the end.
     

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