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Indonesia Open SSP 2012 - Quarter Final

Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Indonesia Open / Singapore Open 20' started by kwun, Jun 14, 2012.

  1. pcll99

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    WYH won G1. Cmon Tine!!
     
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    Anybody seen Pia before? She looks a class or two lower than the other players on court.
     
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    Haha, she start in single in junior age and then goes into mixed double. I think she's not that bad but the other three is so above her. And one more, she scream a lot even when she's smash are not that hard. It's just funny :))

    I think the way Pia/Markis play is like Joachim/Christina where the male is dominating and often push on front.
     
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    I still think Pia should play single, her shot are not suitable for double. Well, since she is not really good at single as well, .... yah///
     
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    Tine lead after trailing! cmon aunt Tine!

    I think Kido is so good, he should pair with better partner like Anneke?
     
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    Well, I don't think it helps much that Kido's playing doubles with his sister :p And his net play isn't ... great ...
    It's amazing they've got so far :p And winning the second set. Barmy.
     
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    Ahem. Yihan with her deuce-world.
     
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    5th game point for Tine.
     
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    Deucelicious. Deucetastic. 23 all Yihan has match point now.
     
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    Sudket/Saralee force no 1 seed ZN/ZYL play rubber game. Kido/Pia almost do the same with Tontowi/Liliyana. And as always, *gulp*, Yihan won 25-23.
     
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    WHY nailed it!!! 21-19; 26-24
     
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    too happy, WYH won :cool:
     
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    My bad. It's 26-24. LOL.
     
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    Wang Yihan won narrowly over Tine,she is used to such close calls. I suspect both players aren't giving their best, the close scoreline could be one indication.
     
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    One down,Wang Xin,two up,LXR and WYH, one remaining but most likely down later, WSX.
     
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    Sudket/Saralee always give hard time to Chn xd

    Towi/Butet aren't in good position either.................
     
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    So far ZN/ZYL aren't so convincing, neither do Towi/Butet
     
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    Z/Z vs Saralee/Sudket neck and neck!!! exciting stuff!
     
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    too bad we couldn't watch it.
     
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    Sudket/Saralee leading for the first time in decider. 15-14
     

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