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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. Giga01

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    It feels like Chen Jin is going to close this one out. 18-11. Meanwhile Tine is up 11-7 in the second set.
     
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    Tine is improving her skills in the second game.. She has to give her powerful smashes
     
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    CJ is versatile and intelligent. By denting Gao Huan's attacking shots and forcing him to construct the rally which his opponent is not used to against a defensive player, and Gao becomes erratic...

    Game over for Gao Huan, such a pity.
     
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    Chen Jin wins it 12-21 21-19 21-11. Hopefully Huan Gao learnt something from this. Tomorrow Chen Jin faces Wang Zhengming.
     
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    Ratchanok started to play different tactics against tine making use of her disadvantage near nets
     
  6. Justin L

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    Intanon closing the gap in G2,17-18.
     
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    What is that?.. Am i the only one seeing ..?. Tine is tapping her two foot using her hands after every single point. Is that a kind of positive sign to her or just she used to that? Anyway nice to see that..:):D
     
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    Ratchanok made it.. Good ...
     
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    Wow! Intanton beats Tine in 2 straight games! 21-13 21-19 !
     
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    I think her shoes sposor ask her to do that......hehehehe
     
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    i like how the ws is evolving!
    mitani and ratchanok on semi final of pss
    last time it was tai tzu ying in all england semi final.(pss also)
    hopefully ratchanok will won a ss or pss since mitani and tty already have one ss under their belt!
     
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    Nice to see Intanon advanced to the semi-final of a PSS. I believe her CBSL stint is paying dividends (they even get an interpreter to assist the provincial coach for her benefit). Hope she doesn't tire herself out though playing continually.
     
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    This shd be her best chance as the chn WS still not quite in form after Olympic.....better dont miss it here....
     
  14. scorpion1

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    Ha ha.. I didn't expect such a reply.. Wonderful... Yeah.. Its like " Am using this shoes.. So.. I ask everybody to keenly watch my shoes and buy similar kind of shoes..Ok?..".. Anyhow, great player who is in decreasing end of her career.. I hope to come back soon and play atleast one final before she retires.
     
  15. limsy

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    just checked
    she just beat JS in olympic recently!
    wow
    hopefully she will meet mitani or a li xue rui who played a tight 75 minutes 3 sets with mitani in final,wakakaka
     
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    LXR has a tough job - trying to keep the WS title in home soil.

    In the history of the China Masters and China Open, only once did a non-CHN player win (Wong Mew Choo in 2007). Although Zhou Mi also won China Masters in 2008 when playing for HK.
     
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    No need to worry too much for China. CBA always think and plan long-term. After working towards the Olympics successfully, getting all their players to peak just at the right time, it's understandable and normal to come down from a high which then requires sometime to build it up again. Whatever problems.setbacks they are facing now is only temporary. You can view it as a teething problem as they reorganize themselves for the next push which LYB has said it's the WC next year.

    The emergence of the Chinese young upstarts is a sign of what is to come from China.
     
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    You underestimated the current form of juliane. Usually , i never seen a separate coach to juliane sofar. But she brought a coach here in order to assist her during tenser moments. But the way she played yihan was excellent. They ran all the courts and took everything thrown at them. Wonderful match today. So, you cant predict the semifinal match that easily. Juliane has increased her game multifolds after olympics like saina.. So, lets see how ratchanok performs tomorrow
     
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    i pawed the opponent of koo/tan
    wakakakaka
     
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    In tomorrow's MS SF, it's 1 MAS and 3 CHN and the odd one out is Chong Wei Feng. Sounds familiar?
     

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