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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. scorpion1

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    Nobody here rejoices or whatever you call Mr.Adelaide. I really appreciates whoever won it. You are intentionally blaming for nothing. I never jumped with joy or anything which you are referring as. Without knowing anything, if you simply blame others , it is too objectonable. :(Before pointing others, you have to see what you have written. If i am pointing to some home advantage, what you did is the same. And dragging india for nothing???. Really bad..
     
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    i'm surprise...
     
  3. Justin L

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    Hsiao Ma Pai is tiring, Mitani increasing her lead. Oh, MM doesn't like the linecall, 14-13 only.

    16-13 to MM now.
     
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    MM won it 19-21 21-13 21-16. Now, Henri Hurskaininen is coming up. He needs to play in his EC form to win.
     
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    Opening up quite strong. 5-2. Parupalli is pushing him but can't seem to get the shuttle down.
     
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    Parupalli is catching up, looks calm. Great interception at the net to make 6-5 for Henri.
     
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    Did they start Kento's match early? Thought it would be on court 1. No stream for it?

    11-9 for P.Kashyap.
     
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    Great defense by Henri leads to a counter-attack. Parupalli in the lead 14-11.
     
  9. Justin L

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    P Kashyap in a sense also suffers from post-OG blues. Let's see if he can shake it off here. I remember Hurskainen as the Swedish guy who beat Peter Gade in the last European championship held before the Olympics.
     
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    whats the score of WD happening there , where indian pair is playing. Any updates pl?. My tournament software is not working
     
  11. Giga01

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    Hmm, Henri not always able to read P.Kashyap and giving him far too much time. First game goes to Parupalli.
     
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    11-10 in the second set. Kento also lost his first.
     
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    Like two fighters a generation apart, the mature,experienced 31-yr-old Hu Yun versus the youthful,raw 17/18-yr-old Kento Momota.

    One-all, now for the decider.
     
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    In the end,Hu Yun makes his experience and maturity count and triumphs over Kento. Score 21-17,18-21 and 21-18.
     
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    It appears that someone is here stubbornly rooting for his/her home country players and considering them to be the best or to-be-the-best of the badminton world.Since now Chinese players appeared to be the best in the world by grabbing all 5 OG golds, he/she must get rid of this biggest threat, at least at the forum, if not on court.Believe me, he's not pinpointing China, but loving his own country too much... :D
     

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