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Yonex DENMARK Open SS Premier 2013 : SEMIFINALS (19th October 2013)

Discussion in 'Denmark / French / BitBurger Open 2013' started by bennydut, Oct 18, 2013.

  1. Justin L

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    WYH is a thinking,intelligent player; most players under pressure cannot get a word of their coaches into their heads but WYH could seemingly do the analyses herself according to the match situation.
     
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    Am I wrong to conjecture that no matter how good your retrieving abilities is, or how sharp your shots are, all it takes to counter them and to cancel out all those option is - to put a tumbling and spinning net shots? These are the same tactics employed by no other than maestro Zhao Jianhua.
     
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    Hendra is still unable to overcome his serving woes, I wonder why... it's getting worse here. They did better than yesterday because Ahsan didn't play as poorly also.
     
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    I did hear the umpire said 'fault', but for what?
     
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    The Koreans are likely to win the MD match. Boe/Moe wasted that 5 pts lead in the first-set.
     
  6. Justin L

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    Looks like Mathias Boe is adversely affected and simmering by the umpire's 'fault'.
     
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    Hendra/Ahsan need to be at their best to beat the newly paired Korean pair. Yoo seems to be sharper than Ko.
     
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    Yeap me too.. i heard the fault call ..

    I thought he called a fault on the Koreans but it turned out to be the Danes.... :rolleyes:
     
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    LCW apparently wants to conserve his energy for tomorrow but DuPY is not going to allow it, no way.
     
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    DuPY is reading LCW so well but his skills level isn't fully up to it yet, that's why he has to work so hard to win the points.
     
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    Would you believe it, DuPY takes G1,just like what JOJ did yesterday. Deja vu ?
     
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    It's gonna be Owi/Butet vs Zhang/Zhao yet again (3rd time already this year).

    I hope the INA pair can lift another SS title apart from the All England, India, and Singapore titles that they have won so far this year.

    As for Hendra/Ahsan, it's also an intriguing match against Lee/Yoo this time. Can they lift their 5th SS title this year after Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Japan?
     
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    Poor Du just doesn't have any big weapons at all! It's almost like there's a token understanding that if I win the first match against LCW, I must give him the second. No effort, letting LCW dominate everything...ugh!
     
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    LCW means business now, he'll take the match eventually, no suspense.
     
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    The decider, all or nothing, all guns firing...
     
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    When LCW is in rage not even mountain could stop him! Unbelievable 21-6 in G2 :0
     
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    With Chen long's current form, I doubt he can handle LCW in tomorrow's final.
     
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    Is it just me, or LCW is now not really fired up for explosive play especially when LD is not competing?
     
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    With that said, can't disregard the fact that this man has been in more finals than any other players, so maybe we can excuse the fact that he is just having a stroll in the park, win or lose.
     
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    He's not fired up cos he hated playing CL who is he's current bogey player. CL knows
    LCW insideout and was trained by LYB to neutralise him - LCW knows he will most
    probably lose tomorrow.
    He don't mind losing to LD as even LCW acknowledges LD as best player in history!
     

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