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Li-Ning Singapore Open SS 2012: Day 4 (22-June 2012)

Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Indonesia Open / Singapore Open 20' started by badMania, Jun 21, 2012.

  1. limsy

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    because euro 2012 is ongoing
     
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    oh oh................. ;)
     
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    amazing............... ;)
     
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    extremenanopowe Regular Member

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    pressure............ ;)
     
  5. extremenanopowe

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    20-20............... ;)
     
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    Chong made too many unforced errors...
     
  7. extremenanopowe

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    very peacemeal n opportunistic n rushing. No control from cwf. too reactive. ;)
     
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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent, align: right"]Viktor AXELSEN will put a shame to Malaysian players. ;)[/TD]
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  9. HappySachs

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    cya all later, hope to be back for tomorrows games
     
  10. madbad

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    Don't blame you for thinking so. This year, the quality of the field is akin to that of a GP event ;)
     
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    Wah who coul've thought local girl XAY made up for bitter loss for YL/Sari earlier by made it to SF

    Uncle Loh must be happy :p
     
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    Understandable as it is an olympic year. Most top players are not here.
     
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    Ever heard of China Masters? What s the quality of the field like there in recent years?
     
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    Why Malaysian? Not INA or THA. Two MAS MS made the big jump of reaching QF in SS, not courtesy of walkovers but by taking out more experienced world class players. That s major progress and nothing to be ashamed of but all to be proud of.
     
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    How big is your stadium, the capacity, 10,000? Part of the problem may be Singaporeans take their work more seriously than Aussies. Usually the crowds come in during semi and finals. But I m not complaining. There s more fresh oxygen and freedom of space. More importantly, most of the matches are high quality and competitive and none are fake, even for INA vs INA or THA vs THA...but really, we can t compete with the ongoing EURO 2012, can we? Even the shops and streets are quieter...
     
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    because from early years only rely on LCW one man army, now with LCW under recover from his injury, it is the best time for MAS back up players like DL and CWF to proof themselves in world class level...
     
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    I think China Masters will take place in september this year.. Last year 4 out of the world top 5 players where all playing Masters, inluding world no.1 Lin Dan.
     
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    do you think they'll all play there this year though? It's just after the Olympics. Many will retire, some might take time off for a break, I can't see it being that busy. Expect some lesser players or those that weren't at that Olympics to win...
     
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    Wow, now you can t wait to flaunt the new world no. 1 Lin Dan. Remember , he s not interested in being WR1? By the way, it s more like a CHN players SS. It s not world class. Not all the top non-CHN players turned up.
     
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    Oh. Right. Not world class because LCW didn't play. Of course. Seriously if you want to bash something at least have a good example to use.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_China_Masters_Super_Series
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_China_Masters_Super_Series

    No matter how you cut it, the field is stronger than this year's SG Open.
     

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