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DENMARK SS Premier 2012 : Day 2 - R/32 MS,WS,MD,WD (17-Oct-2012)

Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open 2012' started by CLELY, Oct 16, 2012.

  1. depleter

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    I have seen ajay taking top 10 players to 3 games many a times...but he rarely wins them...
     
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    Viktor Axelsen star-struck again? He should relax and let himself go, take it as a valuable training or coaching lesson to benefit from it. Easier said than done from the comfort of my home.
     
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    Lee CW relaxing a little or in experimental mode, trying out new strokes? 6-11 down in G2.
     
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    In wedding mood?
     
  5. Justin L

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    In the end, Datuk Lee simply stepped up the pace and forced Viktor to concede his comfortable lead and even won the set and match. For Viktor a lesson well learnt I suppose.
     
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    Sourabh Varma has a brother, Sameer Varma who was supposed to play this superseries (I think) but had an ankle injury and was unable to participate along with PV Sindhu (knee injury).

    Indian players to watch out for - P. Kashyap, Ajay Jayaram, Sourabh Varma, Sameer Varma, RMV Gurusaidutt, Sree Saipraneeth, and there is one more pair of brothers ( Srikanth or something), who are supposed to be very good.
     
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    Wedding mood or not, he had better not be distracted when meeting Boonsak tomorrow who on his day is capable of giving almost anyone a rude shock.

    While Super Dan is still in his 'honeymoon period', all the rest should seize the golden opportunity to reap as much benefits as they can before he comes back,needles to say.
     
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    I think Bao YX/Zhong QX is going to be another WD star, further cementing CHN's stranglehold in the discipline.
     
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    It's not going too well for KKK/TBH. Going down 8-21 in the first set...Good timing for CY and FHF to enter the courts.
     
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    CY/FHF are out... they retired. KKK/TBH may still have a glimmer of hope. The next few minutes will tell. They're leading 12-7 in the rubber set.
     
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    CY and FHF had to withdraw, I think it was Cai Yun that got injured, looked like a shoulder injury or something. Really hope it wasn't something too serious...
    KKK and TBH is in the lead with 13-8 in the rubber.
     
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    KKK/TBH just beat LYD/KSH!!!! This was an extremely edgy game. I had to watch the score till the end. whew....
     
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    KKK/TBH takes it! 21-19 in the third and deciding game! Those last points were tense!
     
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    Live feed(s)

    also check the feeds @ http://bit.ly/QsAM8q

    next up are the Danes with the Englishmen across the net
     
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    GO FUCHS/ROTH! :D
    Good first set! Hope they can hold this speed.
     
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    OMG! Tago actually won a match! :eek:
     
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    Surprisingly easy first victory for the new pairing of Mohd Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan over the fifth-seed 21-14, 21-16 in just 26 mins. Up next is their compatriot Hendra A. Gunawan/Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki.
     
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    Michael Fuchs/Oliver Roth won 21-18/ 20-22 / 21-19 against Guo Zhendong / Xu Chen.
    My hands are shaking - that was such a thriller!
     
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    And what a game for the top men's doubles deed, 3 extremelyclose games to avoid early exits of both top seeds elimination in the first round
     
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    ^ as much as a thriller as Adcock/Ellis vs Boe/Mogensen
     

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