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Super Series Grand Finale Group Stage (12-14 December 2012)

Discussion in 'Super Series Final 2012' started by etudiant, Dec 8, 2012.

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  1. LD rules!

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    Depends if Tine can take a game from Ratchanok
     
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    Heard GC said Tine needs to win just one set from Intanon, if not, it's Saina who gets to play tomorrow against LXR.
     
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    Looks like Intanon is going to win in two sets, thus helping Saina to advance to the semi-final, interesting.
     
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    Well, Saina got Intanon to thank for the semi-final slot tomorrow. And I thank Intanon too for giving us an LXR vs Saina match tomorrow, and that's not because I don't like Tine, nothing to do with that.
     
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    For Darren, he has to win in two sets to progress to the semi-final while Vittinghus only needed to take one set.
     
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    Saina has beaten Juliane in straight games and Ratchanok has beaten Tine in straight games.. It seems saina has got a slot in semifinals. So, she will meet inform Li xuerui... Good...:)
     
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    DuPY's opponent tomorrow is Vittinghus, a tough one.
     
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    And WSX will have the toughest opponent in Intanon tomorrow, almost a tall order for her.
     
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    Darren Liew is playing for pride and experience and Vittinghus will want to finish it in two to conserve energy.
     
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    Vittinghus can't seem to reproduce his form when playing Chen Long.
     
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    the audience is leaving...
     
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    will we see disqualification?
     
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    I am not watching even it is live on tv now.
     
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    it's good drama... on the part of the referee and BWF officials.
     
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    The yellow card was ridiculous! They were trying the best they could in the circumstances!
     
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    for what? not trying hard enough!
    i can only guess from the scores
     
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    Bodin was injured haha:D
     
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    What really happened? I missed the yellow card and was watching it when the match was almost over.
     
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    Bodin Issara was clearly injured and yet they were cautioned for not trying hard enough! Stupid decision.
     
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