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French Open SS Day 4 - Quarter Finals (26th Oct 2012)

Discussion in 'French Open / Bitburger Open 2012' started by gopalprasad, Oct 25, 2012.

  1. speedyJT

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    11:31 pm here.
    see you tomorrow with the semi finals!
     
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    5.30pm here. What's up? :D
     
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    now Liew Daren is like LCW that only survivor to reach semifinal while his compatriots HTH/TWK and KKK/TBH crashed out in quarterfinal...
     
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    Dang, I could have sworn that I had been conversing with someone from Harrow House about Tang Jinhua's father being a Jiangsu coach and her playing WS. Well, it was late in the morning and it was probably a figment of my imagination :D.
     
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    ...prolly the side effect of living wit yer 'ead i' th' clowds.... ;)
     
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    Pistol packed off by the big O... :( :crying:
     
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    I wish more players might have followed the example (and heart) of this man...

    pg-solibad.jpg
     
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    Oh!!!! just now woke up... And am i seeing the right one?.. Victor Axelsen moved to semifinals.. Oh my gosh! How on earth it happens.. Wonderful ... He might have improved his net skills much.. Plus height advantage.. Oh no.... No chinese women and men's singles players in the semifinals for a superseries which is extremely unbelievable.. There were 6 players in ws arena.. But everybody gone.. This shows that the world has improved multiple times to engage a stiff battle against odds.. Hee hee.. Anyhow , ll be nice to see two danish men's singles players in the finals.. JOJ VS VA... I wont miss this match...
     
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    Is this legitimate?
     
  10. george@chongwei

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    Yeah, one thing i like about this french open is that whenever a great rally has been played in a match, there goes the Oleeee trumpet sound:p...How i wish i could experience this kind of experience in the stadium..:D
     
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    what really made me ROFL last night was the gangnam style music in the background when the md match is going on at the crucial part of the match!:D... Men, how could they play that gangnam style at that stage of the match!:eek:.. yeah, i think it certainly give the Korean extra motivation and strength to beat koo/tan:) Anyway, it was a great and superb match yesterday and i actually didn't fall asleep watching the match..;)
     
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    too bad she lost and tai also lost to busanan 21-19 in decider.

    of course,while tai in her last year in wjc.
     
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    while the 'next king' from china,lost to the former wjc winner,which is 18 this year.
     

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