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Li-Ning SINGAPORE Open SS 2013 : Day 1 & 2 (18th & 19th June) - Qualifying & R/32

Discussion in 'Thailand / Indonesia / Singapore Open 2013' started by CLELY, Jun 17, 2013.

  1. nokh88

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    Meanwhile it's 7 all between SJH and SC.
     
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    That's a huge win for Sai Praneeth! Well done to him! Big boost for his confidence.
     
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    This HK mixed pair are making waves!
     
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    The "Cheetah" Cheah is doing well against SJH!
    15 - 11 in G1
     
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    K.Srikanth came from 5-11 down to win the first game 21-19 against TMN
     
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    Srikanth takes 6 points in a row to take G1 from 19 - 15 down to 19 - 21! wow!
     
  7. nokh88

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    Especially Chau Hoi Wah.
     
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    Xing Aiying was holding a slim lead throughout most of G1 before conceding the set, no finishing power. Let's see if G2 is any different.
     
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    I think lately NTM's stamina isn't as good as before, esp against much younger players. A sign that age is catching up?
     
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    NTM levels up in G2 but a 3-setter can be somewhat physically demanding for him, esp for his type of attritional game.
     
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    Looks like Hu Yun at age 31/32 is more likely to succumb to the age factor than Nguyen Tien Minh who still is the Viet Warrior that he is (hope I didn't speak too soon).
     
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    Order restored by Sung JY in taking the match from Sonia but needing 3 sets.
     
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    next interesting matchs to watch

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    NTM overcomes his 1st hurdle

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    CWF trailing at 15-16 against RMVG hit 3 shots into the net, 1 shot wide and the final shot long to lose 1st game 15-21.
     
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    Tommy overcomes his 1st hurdle:
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    CWF took the 2nd game at 21-18. CWF is making life difficult to himself by hitting easy shots into the net several times.
     
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    Pretty tough test for Tommy at opening round, tomorrow Wang Zhengming will be his opponent, good luck :)
     
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    CWF took the 3rd game 21-9 and won the match against RMVG, 15-21, 21-18, 21-9.
     
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    Going by the score, the most lop-sided match was the one between Sun Yu and Yui Hashimoto, 21-9 and 21-5 in 33 mins won by the former, both lowly ranked players. Wonder how Sun Yu will fare against stalwart Soldier Schenk next round. Frankly, I doubt she can survive beyond that.
     

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