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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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    Yuswandari makes yihan to run for money... Great to see such a play from yuswandari.
     
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    I pity yuswandari, despite playing brilliantly, she lost it. I wish Eriko Hirose for her second round match.
     
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    Wang YH isn't in fine form;she's not moving very well and not attacking the way we're used to seeing her do. I'm doubtful she can take this title.
     
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    I thought Takuma has lost it,now he's fighting back. Gurusaidutt is a good player.
     
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    Playing at home can also add a whole hell lot of pressure. e.g. Saina Nehwal
     
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    wow!even guru is loosing....looks like LD rules is going to have a great day in PAW with a perfect 14 out of 14....@LD rules looks like you are already way ahead of me now...you also a have big pointer in wang lin
     
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    Playing at home is never a reason. End of.
     
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    Don't jinx me! :) haha, how have you been getting on?
     
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    Playing at home is never a reason?????.. Wow.. What a psychology.. Great... Definitely here, its helping a lot to home players. I have never seen so many players before or heard. They are showing great show.. Lets see, how these unknown local players do in the second round. Real test goint to happen there.:D
     
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    lost with sindhu....did not pick a big pointer wang lin....It's been an average day for me
     
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    I'm sure you're still in the running, I'll slip up at one point!
     
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    It's a PSS event, every round is a proper challenge.
     
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    Personally, I think home ground advantage is more psychological than real and it cuts both ways, some thrive on it,some are pressured by it. The Koreans thrive on it, the more so when they are the underdogs, another form of psychological advantage.
     
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    Say what you want about Chen Jin, but his defence is incredible.
     
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    Definitely, when people around you encourages you , you tend to do better and better and better. Underdogs dont have pressure kind of thing. They will try to be a hero in front of home crowd . It happened today for a lot of home players who are very well unknown to outside world. Real test gonna happen if they meet seeded players. Lets see how they perform.
     
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    Chen Jin is playing with a bit more intensity than I've seen him done for a long while but still nowhere near his best which he exhibited during the Pre-Olympic Simulation match with Lin Dan when he seemed to be transitioning to a more attacking than rallying player, if I'm not wrong. He says he's getting married after the China National Games early next year, hopefully that would give him the fillip to start playing better from here.
     
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    Elder sister Jiang YJ took G1 from Desi. And Chen Jin just lost G1, he's not back yet.
     
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    so ueda beats guru sai in 3....wow its been a long time since I saw a Indian men's singles player winning in 3 sets...
     
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    Jiang Yanjiao won over Hera Desi, 21-13 / 21-15. Also Takuma Ueda through to R/16, next Ratchanok v Nozomi...
     
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    Ajay always did it even with Lee chong wei. But could not make it. Thats the problem.:(
     

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