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CHINA Open SS Premier 2012 : Day 4 (16th November) - Quarterfinals

Discussion in 'China Open / Hong Kong Open 2012' started by nokh88, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. scorpion1

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    I have never seen such a draw, placing li xuerui in one side and other side, all the other top ranked players.. Yihan,Saina, Juliane, Ratchanok, Tine Baun.. Whereas Li xuerui is having wang shixian and jiang yanjiao. They are easy meat to any player in the tournament.. All the top European players and including saina and yihan.. Who are all they?.. Are they easy prey to beat ?.. It seems that china want li xuerui to win the title...
     
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    danes are using Chinese power against them
     
  3. scorpion1

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    Nowadays, Mitani is coming.. Lets see how she does tomorrow.. Tomorrow is her testing day.. I pray god for her success tomorrow..
     
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    CBA cannot make draws....it's just by luck that the players are placed where they are...
     
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    The Chinese look terrible. They look like club players without a sense of coordination or rotation.
     
  6. scorpion1

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    For your information, have you seen what happened in olympics women's doubles players matches.. Have you seen the foul play?.. we never seen such an act before... So, anything happens when it matters the most...
     
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    service delays and "dirty" tactics aside...bomo are probably the smartest pair on tour right now...their ability to see gaps is just fantastic..
     
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    WXL/YY are not showing the same invincibility that they showed last year... japanese ahead 13-12
     
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    Looks like someone is still sore that the Indians proved to be losers at this tournament...just like they are at nearly every other tournament.
     
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    it does not matter to them who ever wins this tournament that much. If it would have been all the top chinese players must have been here. As far as this tournament is considered i didn't see any kind of foul play by any player of any nationality
     
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    Matsutomo/takahashi are playing hard...
     
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    just wondering....Do you have a grudge against a particular indian or every indian???
     
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    Is Mitani Minatsu,Saina's conqueror ,easy meat? She's in LXR's half, meeting tomorrow, and was just now stretched to the limit by who?
     
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    Chen Jin is fighting back in G2.
     
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    None.

    As long as that twit keeps up his shite-stirring, I'll keep up mine.

    I didn't like it when Miqilin7 was pimping for China, and I don't like it when the twat who shall not be named is pimping for India. One has already been banned; one can only hope that the other will follow.
     
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    You might not have seen his previous thread comments and all.. "the Indians proved to be losers at this tournament...just like they are at nearly every other tournament." He is referring to all indians.. Still you did not get it?..
     
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    Denmark MD's players are very good it seems.. They have all their power to show that they are top seeds here.
     
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    How old is Huan Gao? He is catching up now in the 2nd set, 14-15.
     
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    Just a joke. When Li YB,the cat, is away, all the mice are playing (not all,actually). And,now, they are stumbling to get themselves reorganized.
     
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    15=all, would you believe it!
     

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