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Djarum Indonesia Open Super Series Premier 2013 - Day 4: Round 16 (13th June)

Discussion in 'Thailand / Indonesia / Singapore Open 2013' started by miksss, Jun 12, 2013.

  1. scorpion1

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    [TD="align: right"]Marc ZWIEBLER[/TD]
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    [TD]21-16 21-15[/TD]
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  2. speedyJT

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    [TABLE="class: ruler matches"]
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    Zwiebler made it to the QF! Yeesssss :)
     
  3. scorpion1

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    Tomorrow Ajay vs Marc zwiebler .. Interesting to watch
     
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    Zwiebler was playing excellent. Looked like he injured himself at the end though, twisted ankle or something, hope he is ok.
     
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    Alam and Marc have displayed ultimate example of sportsmen spirit today by acknowledging each other's efforts. And so did the spectators by applauding both players regardless of their country of origin.
     
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    Unbelievable!
    Sony lost so tamely to Ajay Jayaram...
    Even Riyanto and Shesar (in Thai GPG 2013) can force Ajay to rubber game...arrgghhhh...
     
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    From TS, I see many red squares on the left, many red dots on the right and many half red/half white all over.
     
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    Sai Praneet has got an awesome cross court smash. Especially how he sets up his opponent prior to executing that shot.
     
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    Indeed, Japan have been decimated today!

    Unfortunately there's lots of red crosses on the right as well. :( The only English win coming via a retirement.
     
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    Not bad,Zwiebler, overcoming Yunus in two straight sets is no mean feat. I believe it takes dogged determination and persistence without slackening one bit throughout to break down Yunus' well-known stiff resistance and defensive capabilities in wearing down his opponents who cannot keep up their attacking or rallying game.

    YipPY did well too in defeating Mitani Minatsu in two sets of identical score,21-18. She is looking good, I think she can best Bella tomorrow. I've a feeling YipPY won't be much affected by the crowd's vociferous support for her opponent, it's more likely her own effervescent temperament that she has to deal with.
     
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    Is Lee CW mistaking Praneeth for Taufik? BSP must be playing well to keep pace with him so far. To me,personally, a Lee CW - Taufik Hidayat match today would have been a more fitting finale; I believe Taufik would have preferred it, no disrespect to Praneeth.
     
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    I didn't say that a deliberate loss was the only option, don't misinterpret my posts intentionally. I said it was a possibility, just like him being in bad shape as WC preparations should be pretty harsh right now (Chinese usually train for the really big ones for abt. 2 months, with them being at their weakest a couple weeks before the event).
    Facing facts: CL has been in another world than Tommy for the last, well, ever since he really started playing the SS circuit. And his last year was pretty consistent, so his loss is a huge surprise, especially against a player like TS who doesn't have any outstanding weapons.
    Kind of déja vu - same odds as when he lost against Kevin Cordon in the 2011 WC :D

    Answering the question of why the Chinese squad appears at tournaments they have no intention of seeing through to the end - punishments? If they don't compete, they're fined when they a) don't participate in a PSS tournament or b) don't participate in all PSS+4 SS tournaments.
     
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    Is there live link..??
     
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    I have to agree with you. A match with LCW would have been a fitting end to an illustrious career of Taufik. I felt bad seeing him lose to his junior of 11 years, it doesn't matter which country he belonged to.

    SPB is good and can match LCW shot for shot but he can't match his genius. He can learn and execute every shot from the book but can't do much when it comes to the artistry and craftsmanship of the game. Today he lost the game not because he played badly or he is inferior but because he couldnt match the pure genius of LCW.
     
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    Ah Koo and Ah Tan (S3) flunked again losing 21-23, 15-21 to AYC/MK (U). The pair should be disbanded and withdrawn from the 2013 world championship.
     
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    After the close shave with Wang Zhenming, don't expect anyone else to come anywhere near to pushing,let alone upsetting, Lee CW who is as good as confirmed IO SSP Men's Singles titlist.
     
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    The logic is sound. No wonder the Chinese were falling pretty early and very easily. They neither wanted to pay the fine nor they wanted to waste energy. I couldn't fathom the thought of how could an Olympic silver medallist who is best known for winning three set matches could loose a three setter to a player ranked 25. I guess she didn't want to make it look that apparent but made it more obvious.

    We should preserve LYB's brain in BWF museum just like Eintein's :D

    But for now it remains as speculation. Only World Championships will validate if this was pure speculation or a fact.
     
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    ^^^^

    Problem is, the only prominent victims of early KO in CBA camp were "only" Chen Long, Liu/Qiu, and Wang Yihan. The rests of their compatriots are doing just fine so far.
    For those who think they know what's in CBA bosses' mind, please enlighten me on this. Thank you. ;)
     
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    Probably just a case of winding down of form after peaking at the Sudirman Cup. But the Chinese will be back at full force at the World Championships in Guangzhou.
     

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