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Victor KOREA Open SS 2015 : Qualification & R/32 (15th & 16th September 2015)

Discussion in 'YONEX Open Japan / Korea Open 2015' started by CLELY, Sep 14, 2015.

  1. speedyJT

    speedyJT Regular Member

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    Lets see if MZ can take revenge of last week
     
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    What I mentioned before - Axelsen is not able to play his game from last week. The defeat is still in his mind.
    18 - 12 down in G2
     
  3. Justin L

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    Just like in the JPN Open with Akane, WSX fails to handle the crucial points well and gives Yui a lifeline, forcing the decider.
     
  4. Justin L

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    Tian HW turns the tables on K Srikanth in G2.
     
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    Ajay defeated Victor Axelsen in 2 games. Good revenge. Way to go !
     
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    ajay jayaram creates sensation by beating viktor axelsen 21-15 21-15 in just 29 minutes and till the semi finals he has avoded a seeded player.golden chance for jayaram to reach the final.
     
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    Viktor Aexelsen sort of confirms my suspicion that his extraordinary A game is reserved for opponents whose surnames are Chen, Lin and Lee. Maybe last week's defeat is still playing on his mind, but what for, losing to Lin Dan is no disgrace at all, it should instead spur him on, imo.
     
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    oh wow. third upset so far... thought axelsen played really well in the last tournament.
     
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    He lost his old touch . Still he managed to beat victor in 2 straight games. Good work.
     
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    Thought it is in Japan when they are eating noodles. The louder the better.
     
  11. speedyJT

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    hahaha - could be
     
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    For the third time in a row, Tian Houwei defeats K Srikanth and increases his psychological advantage over him.
     
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    Nice win by WSX, good job disposing of Yui Hashimoto, no mean feat at all, a tough nut to crack is Yui.
     
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    So,what should Srikanth do now? Take retirement from this game,i suppose is not the best option but trying in doubles may prolong his career...Gosh,being his fan is the most difficult thing for me..
    EAT
    SLEEP
    LOSE AT NON TV COURTS


    Most complete,my foot.
     
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    Don't feel sad give Srikanth more time. I am sure he is going to be a successful player soon.
     
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    Mentally he became so weak nowadays. Any weak players can beat him nowadays.
     
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    Ihsan proves that his victory last week not because he was just lucky. He did it again. Defeating the Germany no. 1 in three games tiring match. 19-21, 21-11,21-11.

    Hope Jonatan will win over home shuttler Lee Dong Keun!
     
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    Congrats to young-star Jonatan!
    Beating LDK 21-13 in the decider
     
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    Wow....just wow...the best match of tomorrow won't be on TV court....
     
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    Okay a summary of today's result.

    1. All the China players have safely passed through the first round of the tournament except for 3 MD pairs who lost today. Overall still a very good performance from China.

    2. 12 players from Korea have passed through the first round and will be playing in the second round of the tournament tomorrow.

    3. 11 players from Japan have passed through the first round and will be playing in the second round of the tournament tomorrow.

    4. 10 players from Indonesia have passed through the first round and will be playing in the second round of the tournament tomorrow.

    Overall China, Korea and Japan still hold the lead as the best performing countries for this tournament. Next would be Indonesia.
     

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