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Singapore Open 2012 SS - Final

Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Indonesia Open / Singapore Open 20' started by kwun, Jun 23, 2012.

  1. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Yup,it's going to be Boonsak's day, the title is within reach
     
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    wzm likes to net. bp anticipating well. ;)
     
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    Boonsak with a slender 11-10 lead at the interval of the second-set. If WZM can win the second-set, it will be hard for Boonsak to win his second Singapore SS title.
     
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    Yet another glaring opportunity which was wasted...12-10 to Boonsak. He's playing smartly.
     
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    I'm starting to wonder now whether boonsak is pretending to be tired.. To encourage wzm to play more rallies instead of going for the kill...
     
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    Smart judgement by Boonsak. 14-12.
     
  7. extremenanopowe

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    exprience........................ ;) fresh air. ;) last hurrah for bp to seal it. ;)
     
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    Wow it's not over yet...16-16
     
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    And ties it again 18-18
     
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    Amazing. Well done Boonsak. ;)
     
  11. Justin L

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    Boonsak is brilliant today,he deserves to win, congratulations!
     
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    So many unforced errors... Even the last one was a gift from wzm
     
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    OMG Boonsak :D
     
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    Chinese players cannot play big points

    Unless you are a class A player like Lin Dan, Chen Jin, Cai-Fu or Wang Yihan, most of the Chinese players cannot play well in crucial matches.

    Also it's funny to see why foreign players tend to do well in netshots than the Chinese players.

    Strange indeed
     
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    another tournament with 5 winners from 5 countries!
     
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    What a victory for Boonsak Ponsana....his 2nd Singapore SS title after 2007. He totally deserves both titles.
     
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    when THA palyers won it because the opponent error:D
     
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    I wish that happens in the Olympics. Though i feel bad for the favourite chinese players. It will be a pleasure to see LYB getting criticised for letting that happen
     
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    Boonsak deserves it. But he might not stand a chance in the OLympics. His reaction is a lot slower
     
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    WZM got to do some self-reflection, how he failed to maintain the lead and lost crucial points.
     

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