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Saina Nehwal : साइना नेहवाल

Discussion in 'India Professional Players' started by scorpion1, Jan 14, 2013.

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    So, her next tournaments are Denmark SSP and French SS.
     
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    Hmm... Jaguar :cool:

     
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    CM in the R1 ummm tough, esp after the OG Champ finally thumb pinning her first title of the year.
     
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    Tough but CM was overcome in two sets. Pretty good. Great that Saina didn't get distracted by the shouting but then again, Saina is one of the best at blocking out distractions.
     
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    Holy Gargoyles you saw the "extra unconventional" defensive shots, I was like "ok that was a shot in desperation" but then again and again and hard to admit but she has kinda changes her game. Always a extra twist n turn of the wrist during the return of the serve and also when under pressure and down to retrieving.
     
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    Absolutely clueless against AY. A really painful loss, she won't be able to forget it for a long time.
    It's even more painful since AY are amongst the players she shouldn't have much trouble against.
    Let's just hope French open is whole another story
     

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