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SCG Thailand Open 2012 Comment on Matches (Main Draw)

Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Indonesia Open / Singapore Open 20' started by etudiant, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. etudiant

    etudiant Regular Member

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    As for this afternoon R1 MS still underway

    Lin Dan play below his par though ;)
     
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    Thanks cobalt ;)
     
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    I'm sure not many ppl in Thailand knows Brice's wife...
     
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    Evert was just clueless vs Sourabh Verma and the scoreline suggest the same..
     
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    Go uncle Wong...!!
     
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    Yeah, right! :rolleyes::D
    But hope springs eternal! Brice is picking up energy from the assembled crowd and taking it to Pawar in game 2, 11-11 :D
    Adi is doing likewise to WCH in game 2, leading 8-7 after losing game 1 to the old campaigner. :eek::D
     
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    another three gamer and close match between wisnu and sai praneeth!!
     
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    Meanwhile, another INA/IND seesaw in court 1, Wisnu being frustrated by Sai Praneeth with the scores 21-15, 23-25, 2-2
     
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    And so, Brice braces himself for game 3 and looks for Lever(dez)age from the crowd, while Anand prays for more Pawar!
     
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    Ugh, Always difficult vs Ind guys
     
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    Cordon's OUT...!!
     
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    It's not easy to upset a Malaysian player unless you are a powerhouse

    That goes to show Kevin Cordon is not a champion material. He can cause upset but he cannot keep that winning performance consistent.

    Well done to the Malaysian. To be honest, Malaysian players are trained in a way so that other nations find it really difficult/impossible to actually beat them except for the traditional powerhouse. I think it's the mental block that's holding them back.

    You see Indian, European rookies upseting big Chinese or Korean players. But i seldom see them doing the same for Malaysians..

    That's something special about Malaysian badminton
     
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    Brice finally scrapes through!!! Saved the blushes!!!
     
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    Young Rhustavito took out Qiao Bin in easy, straight games. What a shame; I used to think QB had some potential, but this is depressing. Kudos to the young INA lad, however!

    Another Chinese journeyman, Chen Yuekun is on court just now. Huge natural talent, but something missing or something else...
     
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    Mas lads seem doing well here

    Hopefully Sony can surprise me again
     
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    Despite the presence of MANY INA players in the Thailand GPG, I don't think INA will win any of the title. If lucky, we would only expect one or two SF spot

    It's good to see Shesar Hiren Rhustavito (he's just 18) beating Qiao Bin. Remember, Qiao did beat Hsu Jen Hao and Viktor Axelsen in the China SSP 2011. Let's see if he can beat Alamsyah Yunus [7].

    The other youngsters: Evert Sukamta and Andre Marteen lost as expected. Wisnu Yuli Prasetyo once again wasted a huge lead at 15-9 in the rubber-set and lost to Sai Praneeth B. , after having a match pt in the second set. The 2 club-players: Alrie Guna Dharma and Adi Pratama also lost. The remaining INA player left in the MS R64 is Riyanto Subagja. I don't expect him to beat Wei Nan.

    Other matches for today:
    XD R32 - the Pelatnas pairs are handed tough opponents to start with and it will be very difficult for them to progress
    Kang Ji Wook/Lee So Hee vs Lukhi Apri Nugroho/Annisa Saufika

    Maneepong Jongjit/Savitree Amitrapai [3] vs Fran Kurniawan/Shendy Puspa Irawati

    Riky Widianto/Richi Dili Puspita [8] vs Tao Jiaming/Xia Huan

    Alfian Eko Prasetya/Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja vs Liao Min Chun/Chen Hsiao Huan

    Kim Dae Eun/Ko A Ra vs Irfan Fadhilah/Wenni Anggraini [7]

    Tri Kusharjanto/Vita Marissa vs Tan Aik Quan/Lai Pei Jing

    Putra Eka Rhoma/Rizki Amelia Pradipta vs Danny Bawa Chrisnanta/Vanessa Neo Yu Yan [4]

    Beryno Wong/Soong Fie Cho vs Adi Pratama/Nadya Melati

    Hafiz Faisal/Putra Eka Rhoma vs Sudket Prapakamol/Saralee Thoungthongkam [2]

    WS R32 - both INA players will be eliminated
    Han Li vs Hera Desi

    Belaetrix Manuputty vs Wang Lin

    MS R16 (to be played later tonight) - both Sony and Alam should progress to R16.
    Sony Dwi Kuncoro vs Kuan Beng Hong

    Alamsyah Yunus [7] vs Shesar Hiren Rhustavito
     
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    OMG Wang Lin against a Death Eater....tough one
     
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    Who is this Goh Soon Huat chap from MAS? Looks like he's going to eliminate Gurusaidutt (14) shortly. 20-13.

    And he has. I thought Gurusaidutt was a decent up and comer
     
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    Why is Bela a Death Eater?
     

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