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Yonex Copenhagen Masters 2012

Discussion in '2012 Tournaments' started by demolidor, Nov 28, 2012.

  1. Justin L

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    I think Peter can force a rubber.
     
  2. Justin L

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    Pakito,are you watching? Lin Dan played "that shot" just now !
     
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    Playing to the gallery, Lin Dan ?!
     
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    Yup, Peter very determined to level up with G2, 17-11 leading
     
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    Looks like Lin Dan is going to oblige us with a decider...
     
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    G2 goes to Peter, 21-16.
     
  7. Justin L

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    So far Lin Dan showing how relaxed and enjoyably he is playing while Peter seems to take the match more seriously, even protesting linecalls. Maybe it's all just a show...
     
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    Lin Dan is without a coach...hmm.
     
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    I love PG but is LD letting him win?
     
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    I wouldn't take this match seriously lol. LD put in about the same effort as he did in some of his CBSL matches.

    No win situation for LD. He loses and people say he's rusty (or in canti's case, saying he let PG win). He wins and people will say he lacks class and ruined PG's farewell match.

    First set comeback was fun to watch if you're an LD fan; but the match was pretty boring IMO.
     
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    I am a big fan of Peter, LD didn't put in his best effort in this match, which I do think is an insult to Peter. What a douche!!
     
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    I think LD respected Peter enough that he wanted him to retire with a victory. It didn't look good, but he tried..also, he seemed unhappy with his shot quality, just like in the national championships
     
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    Why don't just play two sets? one game apiece.
     
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    everyone knows that peter gade is going to win. its just an exhibition game to bid farewell to a great player like gade. anyone who takes this seriously must be thinking something else. and shame on the lin hating lol.
     
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    it's their job as haters, so let them hate, without the job of hating they wouln't have anything else to do, LOL
     
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    So what is the final score between the two?? TS doesnt have any score:(
     
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    The last game was 21-14 or somewhere a long those lines.
     
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    Yup, it's exhibition day. i try to reserve my comments until after the match.
     
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    Im a huge lindan fan but i wanted pg to win and im happy he won! Although i kinda predicted it haha
     

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