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Discussion in '2016 Tournaments' started by subedjo, Jan 31, 2017.
Zhang Nan takes it back, 20-deuce
Li Yinhui misses Dechapol's smash completely
Li Yinhui a bit too cautious
At crucial moments ,Li Yinhui sometimes leaves shots to her senior partner, probably afraid to make mistakes and playing safe.
The same thing happens just now, she holds back going for the smash and ZN shanding behind has to scramble for it.
This is only a GPG event, Li Yinhui should let herself go and play with greater confidence without worrying too much.
Zhang Nan occasionally doesn't know what shots Li Yinhui may be going for , their mutual understanding a bit lacking
Yes, Li Yinhui must dare to play and go for it.
17-11 inching closer to victory, CHN
Zhang Nan'a anticipation is superb
Even the young Dechapol is tired from all the smashing
Zhang Nan/Li Yinhui is the XD Champion, Thai Masters 2017.
KW is powerful but raw and unrefined. He will be a player to watch in the future.
No surprises, Tommy Sugiarto is not to be denied, he saves his best for last, playing better than he did all the previous rounds.
Match Summary Results:
Top-seed Busanan Ongbamrungphan is the only home player who prevailed in finale yesterday as another three home representatives failed to beat their more powerful opponent. Busanan created inspiring come back in second set when trailed 6-11 then grabbed 8 consecutive points to 14-11 left Aya Ohori stranded and psychologically down and lost at the end with 21-16. In men's singles, the more experienced Tommy Sugiarto finally ended his 18 month title drought, outclassed 18 years old local teen Kantaphon Wangcharoen who gave stiff resistance at opening game but ran out of steam in second game. Thai player couldn't control his game, imposed to unleash jumping smash on and on despite the angle wasn't accurate and wasted energy.
China scooped all titles from doubles catgeory, Chen/Jia delivered first victory against local combo Puttita/Sapsiree. The Chinese duo practically are in their winning zone, high confidence to be top finisher despite made quite bad start at second game with some errors. Huang/Wang also Zhang/Li as well presented remaining two titles for badminton giant but both matches went to tough and gruelling contest as expected.