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Victor Polish International 2017 (21-24 September)

Discussion in '2017 Tournaments' started by jsteve, Sep 21, 2017.

  1. CIA-99

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    To some degree, yes. Chi Wing is performing better than Iskandar at this moment, which should mean something.
     
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    Also Zii Jia vs Chi Wing, winner advance to SF to face presumably, Kento Momota.
     
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    both Zii Jia & Chi Wing have some good potential, too bad only one of them will going to meet Kento Momota in SF...
    meanwhile Soong Joo Ven is facing Zii Jia's 'nemesis' Kantaphon Wangcharoen later...
     
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    Soong Joo Ven, potraying the usual MAS syndrome, just lose G1 20-22 after 20-14 lead. Yeah, pretty bad.
     
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    Yep, Joo Ven with complete meltdown from 17-all point, contributing 3 straight point that strikes the nail in the coffin.
    KW advance to QF.
     
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    Joo Ven still need to learn how to maintain the good form and never let the opponent trail back to the win...
     
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    By beating Lim Chi Wing, Lee Zii Jia has achieve his 100th career win.
    He is off to meet Kento Momota in SF.
     
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    Anyone know what happened to Tan Jia Wei? He was entered in a few of Europe tournaments including Czech Open but
    was removed after that.
     
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    Bad performance by Lee Zii Jia, losing 8-21, 10-21. Full of errors and mistakes.
    Luckily, he is still 19, a lot of room for improvements in the future.
     
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    just like remind me Viktor Axelsen lost to LCW in straight games (below 10 points) years ago...
     

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