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Russian Open 2015-

Discussion in 'Yonex Chinese Taipei Open / Russian Open 2015' started by Nine Tailed Fox, Jun 30, 2015.

  1. Fan123

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    Just checked. Tanvi and Lalita. Tanvi has gropped a game :-(
    Also Tarun/Sikki gave a WO for some reason in XD.
     
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    Tanvi through 21-19 in the decider. Lalita roasted. Ruthvika and Rituparna should have been here.
     
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    is there a stream available?
     
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    Someone plz stop Tommy Sugiarto from winning this title....I am counting on Brice Leverdez(I am sure Peter Gade has done some magic),our very own Ajay Jayram,Rival Catalan Pablo Abian and young finnish Kalle koljonen(I remember him),plus there are many from LCW's country..i am sure they will get inspired from him..
     
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    [MENTION=122085]Fan123[/MENTION]
    Lalita is a Doubles player. Playing singles to improve doubles game.
    Tanvi Lad Beat [RUS] Victoria Slobodjanuk
    13-21, 21-18, 21-19

    Sikki,Tarun pulled out after Lagos IC. They had to play 4 matches a day in semis, final.
    ;)
     
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    Good performance us usual from the Japanese tean when all their players who participated in this tournament sailed through to the second round of the tournament except for 2 doubles player who pulled out last minute. Once again congratulations to park joo bong who did a good job as the Japanese coach.

    Then all the Malaysian players who participated in this tournament gave also sailed through to the second round except for the zulkelfi brothers and also another men double pair who retired halfway.

    Of course there are also countries such as China, Korea, and Hong Kong who didn't send any participants for this tournament.
     
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    Looking up for Chisato Hoshi...
    Very Interesting start for her outclassed home hope Ksenia Polikarpova..
    Good start by the Indians here..
     
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    Yes, definitely looking up. She made Semi Finals of WD without breaking a single sweat. Lots of free ranking points for getting a walkover to semis...
     
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    It's been a while since Chong Wei Feng beat Tommy Sugiarto... h2h 3:4 ... but CWF has since slipped in world ranking, while Tommy has ascended (and descended). But... CWF will have to get past Ajay Jayaram first... I'm putting my bets on Ajay Jayaram given CWF's recent form.
     
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    MD: Manu Atri/Sumeeth Reddy get walkover into quarterfinal.

    MS R32:
    Ajay Jayaram [3] Beat [SVK] Jarolim Vicen
    21-18, 21-9

    XD R16:
    Prajakta Sawant/Akshay Dewalkar Beat [EGY] Hadia Hosny/Abdelrahman Kashkal
    21-11, 21-14

    WS R16:
    Lad Tanvi Beat [BUL] Linda Zetchiri [2]
    15-21, 21-7, 21-12

    :)
     
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    Three MAS MD combos at quarterfinal tomorrow, home hopeful Ivanov/Sozonov v the rejuvenated former All England champion Koo KK/Tan BH should be interesting tie.
     
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    ZZ survived the early rounds exit and reached quarterfinal for the first time this year...
     
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    Survived giving away a walkover...
     
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    Ajay Jayaram [3] Beat [RUS] Anatoliy Yartsev
    21-18, 21-13

    2 Indian Doubles and 2 Singles in Quarterfinals!
    MD Manu /Sumeeth
    XD Prajakta /Akshay
    WS Tanvi
    MS Ajay
    ;)
     
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    I don't know much about this Raul Must from Estonia.But today he created huge upset by defeating 2nd seed Brice Leverdez.Last week he defeated Derek Wong.
     
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    Manu/Sumeeth are through to the SF where they will in all probability struggle to take a game of either Ivanov/Sozonov or KKK/TBH. A whole another level up there.
     
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    He is their for quite a long time now..and has created many of those upsets in past..
    And trust me all these 2nd tier European MS players are all equal (don't judge by their rankings) anyone can defeat anyone at their day!and don't expect much from Brice he is as unpredictable as WZM! Although Henri Hurkainen having tough time in this tourney I have big expectations from him!!
    Alas Tommy S will not be even tested in this tourney.. A sure shot championship for him I guess.. He deserves it though..
     
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    The winner of Ajay-CWF match tomorrow might have a say in that regard though. Hope Ajay wins.
     
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    Manu/Sumeeth have done well to reach the SF... but their journey definitely ends there. The only one to stop the Russian giants now is KKK/TBH - the only way they're gonna win this is by playing their A game, which they last showed playing against Chinese Taipei duo Lee Sheng Mu/ Tsai Chia Hsin a few months back. The pair that plays the offensive game is bound to be the winner. Ivanov and TBH are gonna turn this into quite a smash fest.
     

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