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Yonex DENMARK Open 2016 : QUARTERFINALS (21st October)

Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open 2016' started by CLELY, Oct 20, 2016.

  1. **KZ**

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    brice ruining LCW's bd party....20-18
     
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    almost did it...sideline smash little bit out
     
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    Yeah, came back from 8 point deficit and save 2 match points before converting. To be honest she looked pretty horrible in R32 where she save another mpt.
     
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    beats LCW!! 21-19!
     
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    Those dirty tricks...shameless lol.
     
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    I hope SWH vs LHI in the final.
     
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    Happy for Leverdez and happy for french badminton. I wish this could happen more often !!
     
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    Wow, just finished watching the Marin match - European, World, Olympic Champion and World number 1!
     
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    Hope LHI can win it!
     
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    Wow this is amazing. First time I think I get to see a Thailand MD enter the semi finals of a SSP events. Well congratulations to Bodin Issara / Niphitphon Puangpuapet for playing so well to win their match today. Congratulations for playing so well to win your match today. I believe that both of them have what it takes to win in the semi finals of this tournament.



    Thailand MD has indeed shown a lot of improvement. I believe that this Thailand MD can really go far in their future tournaments.
     
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    Amazing Thai MD has indeed improved a lot. Too bad there was no court #2 streaming. At the end of the day, INA left with 2 pairs WD and MD.
    INA MD Angga/Ricky has a chance to advance to final vs. the MAS TWK/GVS :)
     
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    What happens to Bodin's former partner, Maneepong Jongjit?
     
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    Well they will meet in the Semi tomorrow. The two Koreans have a great chance to win this Denmark Open against whomever they face in the final.
     
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    Congrats to TTY to redeem her recent defeat to SJH today.
     
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    My question though is why has LHI been drawn with SWH for 3 tournaments in a row...
     
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    What a performance from the reigning European, World, and Olympic Champion! Really showing a great determination despite her stomach problems and some very demanding matches in the early rounds. She fought her way back with pure grit and determination in that 3rd set again the very tall Sun Yu. You can see how much she likes to play against chinese players (especially the former Top 3) , always extra motivated
     
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    Poor performance from Okuhara, she was completely trashed by Akane. She has not been any impressive since the All England, back to a very passive clearing game, showing little intensity and focus especially in first games/
    Akane on the contrary is back to that fast-paced attacking game that saw her thrive in 2014. Tomorrow should be a great match against Marin/
     
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    Why not court 2?






     
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    is it Brice lucky win in Europe tournament or LCW is getting like Old Man Logan...
     
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    Chong Wei partied a bit too hard last night
     
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