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The Lowest scores using NSS .....

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by maa2003, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. maa2003

    maa2003 Regular Member

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    Please correct me if wrong :

    Lowest :
    MS : Taufik Hidayat vs Lin Dan, Japan Open 2006, MS Final, 3rd set, 21 - 3 for Lin Dan

    For most scores :
    WS : Zhang Ning vs Xie Xingfang, Japan Open 2006, WS Final, 3rd set, 30 - 29 for Zhang Ning

    Is there any world player who score below "3" ?

    Last time I saw Simon Santoso vs Lee CW at Singapore Open SS 2008 MS Final, lucky in the end Simon get 5 points.
     
  2. eaglehelang

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    Spore WD versus WD from non baddy player country, a record :
    21-0, 21-0. And it's not retired, happened this year in one of the GP Gold or SS.

    Forgot the name of the country, they're not considered "world players" if you mean WR top 20.
     
  3. AlanY

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    Beijing 2008 WS last 16

    XXF (Chn) - CSC (Tpe)

    21-1 & 21-9
     
  4. maa2003

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    wow this one really too much ......... only get "1"
     
  5. maa2003

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    let's considered Top 20 ..... but got "0" is really really too much ....
     
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    ya...this is the record i think....:p
     
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    Found it : Shinta Mulia Sari[​IMG][SIN] Lei Yao[​IMG][SIN] -[​IMG][TKM] Valeriya Efremova[​IMG][TKM] Violetta Shtyrova 21-0 21-00:10


    Spore WD vs Turkmenistan WD, during this years ABC http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=20710&d=20080417
    Cant get any lesser pts than that.
     
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    I am more suprised by the time taken - just 10 minutes to finish the match?

    600 seconds for 42 points, i.e. 14 second per point. That is hardly enough time for 3 hits per point!
     
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    The lowest scores using the NSS

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    Between rallies, the time taken is usually around 5 to 10 seconds. Perhaps it was either that they couldn't return the Services or when they could, they couldn't return the next shot.

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