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Maybank Malaysia Open SS Premier 2015: FINALS (April, 5th 2015)

Discussion in 'Yonex Sunrise India Open / Maybank Malaysia Open 2' started by aulia, Apr 4, 2015.

  1. taufik-ist

    taufik-ist Regular Member

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    the margin of the money prize is $20.000, bigger than runner ups' ($19.000 ) ,the winner get $39.000.. fantastic :)
     
  2. aulia

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    Darn, black out happening really in a good time. Hih!

    Anyway. Aaaah. Happy! :D Congrats Ahsan/Setiawan! :D
     
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    Blackout probably save you from heart attack. But all ends well for you.
     
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    What a final, esp in ws and md, congrats Caro and Ahsan/Hendra
     
  5. aulia

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    :D:D Yes! Now you mention it, haha. It was indeed scary when you face a pair that never give up like LYD/YYS, they seems never been pessimistic about their chance, see their semifinal result. It wasn't over until it was over. Fyuuuh. And yes, it ends well. Thanks! :D
     
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    Congratz to Ahsan/Setiawan!!

    Another thrilling match to be remembered between them against LYD/YYS!

    :D
     
  7. Airos

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    I knew Lin Dan would probably lose. Chen Long is just amazing and I wonder if it's also age that's affecting LCW and LD.
     
  8. nokh88

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    Watching badminton is very stressful and expecially so now that madbad's ambulance is not available.
     
  9. nokh88

    nokh88 Regular Member

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    Its CL's era now.
     
  10. CLELY

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    The first two finals were too predictable, Luo Twins played better than last week IND SS with more variety of shots, Korean playmaker Chang Ye Na didn't help too much this time as she pushed to baseline than her superiority front court area.

    Zhang/Zhao showed their prowess despite trailed behind at early stage of game 1, they're more compact and faster than Xu/Ma. Non stop winning for ZZ combination since CHN Open Premier last November.

    The intensity of final match started from MS, Chen Long v Lin Dan. Both players performed all out at first game with incredible defense, precision smashes, smooth netplay. Game 2 and 3 seemed Chen Long had more stamina to unleash his lethal attacking style whilst Lin Dan began error-prone and hard to balance his junior pace.

    The chance was there for Li Xuerui to take revenge, led 14-9 at decider then she lost concentration, the never say die Carolina Marin enhanced the tempo to grab second wind and unstoppable to bag her second title of this year after All England Premier last month.

    Thrilling MD match as we expected, fortunately Ahsan/Setiawan stayed calm after Lee/Yoo delayed their victory to save 4 match points before the Indonesian finished off 23-21, what a heart attack ending!

    Congratulations for all top podium finishers, next stop Singapore :)
     
  11. limsy

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    hey mister-never-ever-wrong-in-history-since-u-born.
    hope u had been more humble after u lost ur bet with me.:cool:
    hehehe.
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    oh,advance congrats to [MENTION=86374]Justin L[/MENTION] which will surpass my posts amount in a few month time.
    gambateh!:D
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    see ya(next post might be MO 2016:rolleyes:)
     
  12. Airos

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    Looks like it. He is a cut above the rest at the moment.

    But I do wish that LCW wins a WC before he retires.
     
  13. nokh88

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    What happen to you? And only 1 post per year?
     
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    nokh88 Regular Member

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    I am not optimistic. Age is catching up with him and is on the decline.
     
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    Got a pic with the Luo twins and got them to sign my shirt!
    Awesome day.
    A random group of people and myself sneaked into the staff/officials/Players area of the stadium (underground) after the final games ended and when all the spectators left the stadium, there were storage rooms, media rooms, players lounges, toilets, medical rooms, doping rooms etc,
    which was an interesting sight to see....
    I got to see Lee Yong-dae, he was inches away from me.. sadly he was rushing and only took pictures with a few people, I was too late :(

    And out of nowhere, CHEN LONG came out of a room with his coaches, he didn't even look at us. He mumbled in Mandarin, I couldn't tell what it was but he said something along the lines of "I don't want to", I guess it was regarding to the few people who asked for pictures. I'm not going to judge him, maybe he is rushing or it was an emergency. Or maybe he was being arrogant :p

    Overall, great experience this week. Looking forward to the next BWF tournament that I'll be able to attend!

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    Can you guess these signatures? :p
     
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    already predict LXR will lose, but she already played her best.
    LD also lose
     
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    Winning a back to back title is not easy. Carolina is very smart. Everytime after she has won a SS title, she will be skipping the tournament in the following week. Just like the Swiss Open after All England and now Singapore Open after Malaysia Open.
     
  18. Fortune

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    it is good if the ranking points also follow this order
    now only about 17% between winner and RU
     
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    aha, is it true ?
    I think you always support non chn player no matter what ?
     
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    yes you are right. it is not easy.
    for WS player, LXR already once or twice (Jpn - Ina 14) and Chn - HK
    I'm not sure about XXF and ZN, maybe only once or even more, not so sure
    Susi only once


    only WYH and LLW can win it 3 titles in 3 weeks, with the later also stick in WD
     

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