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Thaihot CHINA Open 2016 : QUARTERFINALS (18th November)

Discussion in 'Korea Masters / China Open 2016' started by CLELY, Nov 17, 2016.

  1. nilesh123

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    Qiao Bin vs Iskandar should be interesting
     
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    I don't understand why Sun Yu is allowed to skip the Bitburger, but not HBJ. Seniority ? But HBJ had just won the French Open, not to mention the KOR Open, unlike Sun Yu.
     
  4. Justin L

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    Akane ran away with G2 and leading G3, 5-1 now
     
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    Sung JH clawing back to 12-14
     
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    Most singles matches are on court 3 & 4. How are we gonna watch 'em ? doubles don't interest me :(
     
  7. Justin L

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    Sung JH going to turn the tables on Akane, 19-18
     
  8. Justin L

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    And Sung J H did it, her momentum carried through, 21-18 in the decider to progress to the SFs
     
  9. Justin L

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    Same here, I'm much more into singles
     
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    21-10 to Tai TY in G1 against Marin
     
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    TTY takes the first game quite easily 21-10.
     
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    Chang Ye Na has no problem in the back, she smashes hard unlike Butet.
     
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    any link for court 3 please
     
  14. Justin L

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    In the end, Tai Tzu Ying booted out Carolina Marin
     
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    in XD, most the female players do the front court job, the only way to win points in XD is to force the female players to play back court and make them do some unforced errors...
     
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    Sindhu outfoxed He bingjiao. I don't understand her at all. she is a perfect example of an inconsistent player.
    one day , she will beat all the heap of top ranked players to get world championships medal , or get one in lifetime Olympics medal but in another day, she will play as if she does not care at all.
    Today she is brilliant and outwitted
    He bingjiao superbly.
     
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    What's happening in the Sun Yu - Line K match ? I G1, Sun Yu was struggling to win by 21-19, in G2 now she threatens to romp home? 18-2 atm
     
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    Sun Yu wipes the floor with Line in G2, 21-3. Is Line injured or something ?
     
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    any update on LXR? i miss her..
     
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    Chai Biao/Hong Wei survives G2 to force the decider
     

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