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Kumpoo Macau Open GP Gold 2012: Day 5 (1 Dec) - SF

Discussion in 'Macau Open GPG / Korea Open GPG / India Open GPG 2' started by badMania, Nov 30, 2012.

  1. etudiant

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    Hopeless for Jenna/Komala

    Pia/Rizky might have a chance
     
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    I should be accept the fact that it'll take longer wait for me to watch Ina WD can beat decent Kor/Jpn/Chn again......

    Chao !!! Enjoy your weekend :)
     
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    Scoreline is not that tight but took 1 hour and 16minutes???????? must be long rallies. could you imagine if the score was 20 22 22 20 22 20???? probably over 2hours????




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    [TD="align: right"]Hye In CHOI[/TD]
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    [TD="align: right"]So Young KIM[/TD]
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    [TD][​IMG][INA] [/TD]
    [TD]Komala DEWI[/TD]
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    [TD][​IMG][INA] [/TD]
    [TD]Jenna GOZALI[/TD]
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    [TD]15-21 21-11 21-12[/TD]
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  6. Bad.Q.12

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    Xia Huan injured during CBSL, she's in Germany now for operation.
     
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    As usual for most players,after an easy win , he/she would slacken. K Srikanth fights back in G2, not bad.
     
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    The last I saw, I thought Srikanth would take G2 but in the end Gao Huan came from behind to win the match in two sets. Gao Huan is an attacking player albeit impatient and tends to have a run of points followed by throwing several points away and vice versa. I think his defence is not good enough yet.

    Gurusaidutt is a good player with potential but he also succumbed in two sets to Chen Yuekun.
     
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    Tournamentsoftware down?
     
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    Guru saidutt is not a physical match to chen :(. He should improve his physical structures in order to give good smashes. His smashes lack power which is a defense training game for the opponents .
    I will applaud k.srikanth for his good effort to reach the semifinals. Considering his age(20) and his ranking(109), he surpassed many higher ranked opponents in this tournament and got praises all over from India. I have no doubt that he will improve his game in future and shine the name of his coach. I wish all the very best in coming tournaments like syed modi and Indian GPG tournaments. :)
     
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    but still, not that good achievement yet. send almost their full team to a GP event where many top players not attended, and they can just sent players to XD final. no participants in others 4 numbers. still many many jobs to do.
     
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    Badminton is 2nd most popular game after Cricket in India. Since Sports persons in India are making lots of Money these days.. hence expect more good Badminton players from India so dont be surprised.
    Players in India are practicing day-night Badminton and in almost all tournaments Indian badminton players are playing so there has to be few making to finals.
    Guru/Kashyap/Ajay etc.. havebeen playing almost all International tournaments for past 8+ years slowly they are crawling up after loosing in 1st / 2nd rounds to qtrs/semis.. which should be obvious after playing so many years international tournaments and hard practice..
     

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