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Yonex ALL ENGLAND Open SS Premier 2015 : QUARTERFINALS (6th March 2015)

Discussion in 'German Open / All England Open / Swiss Open 2015' started by CLELY, Mar 5, 2015.

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    Not sure if they're showing the last match but this site here has court 2

    http://new.livestream.com/bwfbadminton/sspbirmingham2015court2


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    Poor start for Ouseph. Hope he was conserving energy for much of the first game after going behind early
     
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    Have they agreed to play Bao/ Tang vs Pedersen/ Juhl tomorrow morning or something? Players should have been on court a while ago.

    EDIT- Just came on court
     
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    Boe/ Mogensen come from a game down to beat Kamura/ Sonoda
     
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    Bao/ Tang - Pedersen/ Juhl going to a deciding game at 00:25

    Terrible scheduling. Advantage to the Chinese pair who should be much fresher.
     
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    China secure WD title already.
     
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    Haha! Yes!

    No need to play WD title now, they can decide back at home :p
     
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    All semi-finalists for WD are from China, they are sooo strong :D
     
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    Good. At least we have some rest time on finals day.
     
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    Wow unexpectedly China is so strong. China has always been a great powerhouse in badminton. I guess China will continue to dominate the world of badminton. Anyway China WS fitness and conditions is of great concern now. Anyway congratulations to Saina Nehwal for winning over great China WS. She is really improving a lot. Then I also feel sad to Korea for losing the touch. The players have been bundled out in the first and second round. Two last representatives in the quarterfinals have already been bundled out too. I already predicted that Koreans won't pass through the quarterfinals and I am right. Felt that I have wasted my time to stay up and watch the match of Ko Sung Hyun / Kim Ha Na vs Tian Qing / Zhao Yun Lei. They lost (19-21, 23- 25). Anyway glad that I sleep after that and didn't watch the match of Sing Ji Hyun vs Carolina Marin as she has lost. Last week she won the match due to the yellow and red cards received by Carolina Marin and the emotional state of Carolina Marin. Well, that sums up that Korean players are still performing below par. Feel sad but of course the best players will win at the court. Any other opinion or anything to add here? :crying::crying::crying::crying:
     
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    From what I saw, Sun Yu is no match for a confident Saina on present form.
     
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    Very unusual not to see any KOR interest on SF day.
    On another note, INA will be assured of the XD title if both reps won their matches.
    That goes the same in MD too with DEN.
     

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