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Miscellaneous Tournaments 2018

Discussion in '2018 Tournaments' started by Justin L, Mar 21, 2018.

  1. It'sMeMeMe

    It'sMeMeMe Regular Member

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    thx...
     
  2. CIA-99

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    Aaron/Soh still inexperienced. Will have to wait for a long time.
     
  3. It'sMeMeMe

    It'sMeMeMe Regular Member

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    hahha AaronChia/Soh lose to their unheralded teammates str8 games ahahah
     
  4. yuquall

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    Do we sense a conspiracy here?
    Haha jk:p
     
  5. It'sMeMeMe

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    quite good fight between MM vs VTT
     
  6. CIA-99

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    That pair, Arif/Azryn also beat Ivanov/Sozonov of RUS some time ago at RUS Open, so I expected them to pass again here.
     
  7. CIA-99

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    Nah, one of them is Indie (Arif/Azryn) who was just released from BAM a few month ago.
    Of course, the rivalry is strong.
     
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    They are going to face Ko/Shin tomorrow in SF. The Koreans are doing very well so far.
     
  9. Baddyforall

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    Mithun manjunath in semifinals.
    Beating his chinese opponent in 3 games .
    Hope he reaches finals this time.

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    here are some photo I take of Ko and Shin from the rd16 match. they won quite easy and the qf also looked too easy. I think they have prepared well for their comeback. I have no idea what rackets the use, my camera zoom is not good enough. they use victor sha-960 with covered logo and apacs attire.


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  11. Justin L

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    Yeo Jia Min denied Mitani Minatsu a place in the final. Good job
     
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    Han Yue got to improve on her smashes, not sharp and forceful enough.
     
  13. Baddyforall

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    Hemanth left his opponent to lead in 3rd game. Difficult to catch now.
    11-1 in the interval.
    Now 20-14 for the indonesian player.
    He won it.
    He could get only 13 points after the interval.
    His current ranking 112 will be improved.....
    He has beaten some of the good players of this tournament.
     
  14. Justin L

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    Chen Lu/Xu Ya thumped by the 4th seed JPN WD pair, Aratama/Watanabe, after ousting two JPN WD pairs, including the top seed JPN WD Sakaramoto/Takahata.
     
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    can't wait for ko/shin and lee yong dae to finally play in higher tournament, we need that korean defense to frustate all these top pairs :D
     
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    Lee Yong Dae will partner with Kim Gi Jung as their name have been registered for upcoming Spain Masters Super 300 (28 Aug-2 Sep).
     
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    Once again all Japanese finals, tough job for Chen/Xu to dispose all of them, Japan WD domination is unavoidable.
     
  18. It'sMeMeMe

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    these 2 JPN WDs look to have small arms but big smashes.... wth
     
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    Watching these two pairs play you wonder how they'd achieve the final of a any tournament, let alone a world tour event.
     
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  20. It'sMeMeMe

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    they are fast.... great court coverage.... strong smashes

    physical overwhelming
     

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