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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. rajat_remar

    rajat_remar Regular Member

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    i got that but i wanted to know the reason for his/her posting that....
     
  2. Justin L

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    16-15, CJ doesn't like the linecall.
     
  3. scorpion1

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    With such a kind of hateful comments on indians, I think along with Miqlin7, another person has to go out of this forum
     
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    Mathias Boe just holds the serve until his opponent loses his focus. It's a pretty lame tactic.
     
  5. Justin L

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    Gao Huan is dead set on showing his senior a thing or two.
     
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    Boe/Mogenssen take it in 2 straight, 21-16 21-16. China needs to step it up in MD, when CY and FHF are gone I don't think they will win many titles for a while...
     
  7. scorpion1

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    I simply said that Li xuerui got easy draw comparing to yihan's side. I have seen so many persons said like that. But he puposely targeted india and dragging indians for nothing. This proves the quality of that person.
     
  8. Justin L

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    What a tussle in G2, CJ saves himself to stay in the fight.
     
  9. **KZ**

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    dirty tactics aside...they are probably the smartest pair on tour...their ability to see gaps and to take control of the situation is amazing
     
  10. Giga01

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    Chen Jin takes the 2nd 21-19 ! Wonder if Huan Gao has anything left in the tank!
     
  11. mrinalini

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    Check out the last post on page 15.

    All Indians aren't losers; just the athletes who participated in this badminton tournament. That isn't any kind of an opinion; that is a fact.

    Saying that all Chinese look the same, however, is an opinion, and a racist one at that. So is saying that "your people" are cheaters - looks like someone is just asking to be banned, but strangely enough, hasn't been.
     
  12. Justin L

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    Gao Huan could use some coaching. CJ is denying him too many attacking chances in G2 and taking the initiative himself,good strategy.
     
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    Whoever may be.. How come he/she targets intentionally all the indian players who participated in this tournament. This is totally vulnerable and objectionable.. First people have to look into this..
     
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    Juliane made my day. Excellent performance.. She seems to be improving during trailing side of her career... I want her to win the title here.
     
  15. Justin L

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    A exciting battle between Gao Huan and Chen Jin. Cj is playing better as the match wears on, he too showing he can attack.

    Wait, Gao Huan's turn to fight back.

    Sorry, CJ ahead again, a see-saw battle.
     
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    He should be of the same age as Wang Zhengming. He played in the same WJC when Wang won the title
     
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    Gao Huan should be of the same age as Wang Zhengming. He played in the same WJC when Wang won the title
     
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    I'm rooting for Gao Huan. Enough with the same old, same old...bring in some new faces to the game! That makes things so much more exciting.
     
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    Child prodigy, Intanon, wallops Tine in G1, 21-13.
     
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    CJ's superb defence is frustrating Gao Huan.
     

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