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The STAR AUSTRALIAN Open SS 2015 : Round of 16 (28th May 2015)

Discussion in 'Australian Open / Indonesia Open 2015' started by CLELY, May 27, 2015.

  1. nilesh123

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    Agree..
    Well she did what PVS did yesterday in g2
    Not a good sign..
     
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    Saina won the match.. 21-19,19-21,21-14
     
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    yeah, all three of them, saina, sindhu and srikanth. .i don't understand how can they let their opponents to come back from huge deficit's and unnecessarily prolong the matches. and in some cases losing the matches as well from winning positions.
     
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    WS: Saina NEHWAL [2](IND) bt SUN Yu (CHN) 21-19, 19-21, 21-14 in 78'
    H2H 4-1
     
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    MD: KO Sung Hyun/SHIN Baek Choel (KOR) bt CAI Yun/KANG Jun (CHN) 21-7, 21-13 in 0:24
     
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    Chen Long is apparently playing good today.
     
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    Chen Long doing well today.
     
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    saina vs wang shixian in the quarters, it should be a good match tomorrow, looking forward to it.
     
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    MS: CHEN Long [1](CHN) bt HU Yun (HKG) 21-11, 21-8 in 0:30
     
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    Just checked the score and so shocked to see so many upsets created. Well. Who would have thought a highly ranked world no 4 player k. Srikanth lose to tian houwei. Well, the player which such hugh ranking should perform well in tournaments but then they Lt when it matters most once again. So sad to see this happening.

    Well so sad to see shin baek cheol lose the XD match too. They didn't play well today. And the biggest shock of all and the biggest upsets created I would say is Koo kien keat
    / tan boon heong win over Lee sheng mu / Tsai chia hsin world no 4. Gosh unbelievable. To think that Koo / tan won the match straight set. Congratulations. U can sense it they are back once again.

    I am not too worried with the lost of goh / tan to Kenichi Hayakawa / Hiroyuki Endo as both the Japanese pair are highly ranked at world no 5. Based on the world ranking the Japanese are expected to win the match. Anyway after playing in 10 tournaments together, goh / tan ranking has moved up to no 19 this week all thanks to their recent good performance. Congratulations
     
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    A demolition job.
     
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    biggest upset was created when lin dan lost to viktor axelsen in the very first round yesterday.
     
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    add sonwonho as well
     
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    Thanks! :D
     
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    Xue Song has very good speed and movement, he should try and play like Lee Chong Wei.
     
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    Someone claimed earlier that Lee/Tsai will trash Koo/Tan.

    On another note, Koo/Tan has a realistic chance to advance to the final now that Ahsan/Setiawan are not in their path.
     
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    Xue Song plays too many backhand shots all the time.
     
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    LD's loss is not the bigget upset compared to Lee/Tsai. Viktor has been playing regularly but Koo/Tan just reunited.

    Viktor has potential.
     

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