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OUE SINGAPORE Open SS 2015 : SEMIFINALS (11th April 2015)

Discussion in 'Singapore Open / China Masters / SKYCITY New Zeala' started by CLELY, Apr 10, 2015.

  1. ssj100

    ssj100 Regular Member

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    Indo MD so strong now.
     
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    paroxysmal Regular Member

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    Caught up late today. Surprised at most of the results! What a day!
     
  3. Justin L

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    Surely Zhang/Zhao have an off day, they can't be so consistent.
     
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    Zhang/Zhao are amazing. Zhang Nan's fitness is superb, playing both MD and XD tournament after tournament and going deep in almost every one of them.
     
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    Semi finals result for those who might have miss it

    Singapore Indoor Stadium - 1
    1. Starting at 2:00 PM WD
    Misaki MATSUTOMO / Ayaka TAKAHASHI Japan win China WANG Xiaoli / YU Yang 11-21 21-19 21-11 1:05

    2. Followed by MS
    HU Yun Hong Kong win India PARUPALLI Kashyap 20-22 21-11 21-14 0:59

    3. Followed by WS
    TAI Tzu Ying [5] Chinese Taipei win China WANG Yihan [4] 21-16 9-21 21-14 0:54

    4. Followed by MD
    Angga PRATAMA / Ricky Karanda SUWARDI Indonesia win Japan Hiroyuki ENDO / Kenichi HAYAKAWA 21-17 20-22 21-17 1:12

    5. Followed by XD
    ZHANG Nan / ZHAO Yunlei China win Indonesia Tontowi AHMAD / Liliyana NATSIR 21-16 24-22 0:44

    Singapore Indoor Stadium - 2

    1. Starting at 2:10 PM MD
    FU Haifeng / ZHANG Nan China win Indonesia Mohammad AHSAN / Hendra SETIAWAN 18-21 21-8 21-17 0:49

    2. Followed by WS
    SUN Yu China win China WANG Shixian 21-14 11-21 21-19 1:12

    3. Followed by XD
    LU Kai / HUANG Yaqiong China win China XU Chen / MA Jin 21-17 22-20 0:48

    4. Followed by WD
    OU Dongni / XIAOHAN Yu China win Japan Reika KAKIIWA / Miyuki MAEDA 21-18 22-20 0:58

    5. Followed by MS
    Kento MOMOTA Japan win Indonesia Simon SANTOSO 21-10 21-13 0:37
     
  6. blabl

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    So based on the finals results it is concluded that these are the countries that will be playing in tomorrows finals and the predicted results

    1. Indonesia (1 MD)
    Guess this Indonesia MD have a high chance to win the MD titles for the first time if they play well to expectations again.

    2. Taiwan (1 WS)
    Tai Szu Ying also has been playing well so far and she might have a chance to win the gold medals for tomorrow too.

    3. Japan (1 MS, 1 WD)
    Well Kento Momota has been playing very well and who knows he might just win the gold medals tomorrow. Then Misaki MATSUTOMO / Ayaka TAKAHASHI also might be able to win tomorrow if they play well.

    4. Hong Kong (1 MS)
    Hu Yun has really gave all of us here a surprise by entering the finals of the Super Series. Who knows this 33 year old player might just win the gold medal tomorrow.

    5. China (2 MX, 1 WS, 1 WD, 1 MD)
    Well too many players from China will be playing tomorrow so they will stand a chance here to win 5 medals tomorrow be it silver or gold medals.

    Anyway congratulations to all the players who won today and managed to enter the finals. I am expecting to see a very tough fight from all the players tomorrow. :)
     
  7. blabl

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    typing error

    Sorry for the typing error. I mean for the posts above the correct version is this.

    Based on the results of the semifinals, the countries which will be playing tomorrow are as follows and the predictions of the finals results.
     
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    i noticed that WYH had become skinnier too when i watched her match yesterday against IR
     
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    Well to my surprise!! we were treated to actual WYH style especially in g2(for small portion of the match though)..
    Since late last year I was carving to see the real WYH.. The one who was on the summit for 100+weeks..
    Is it by any chance signs or omen of her comeback?(maybe not) the chances are flat yet expecting the best
     
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    WYH was ineffective towards the end of the 3rd game.
    Either she is tired or not going all out because of injury.
     
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    Its probably WHY's injury, which doesnt let her play freely. Her facial expressions and body language are totally different that what they used to be couple of years back.
     
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    And the most worrying thing for the field is CM is just getting started. Imagine CM's level 3-6 years from now. Scary. Maybe AY will catch up by then.
     
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    Thankfully no one found this offensive like the other day.
     

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