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Yonex DENMARK Open SS Premier 2014 : SEMIFINALS (18th October 2014)

Discussion in 'Dutch / Denmark Open 2014' started by CLELY, Oct 17, 2014.

  1. Justin L

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    If LXR plays like this tomorrow against WYH, it'll more likely be WYH on top again.
     
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    If only LXR had played like that in Copenhagen, when things weren't going well for her, dug her heels in and gradually played herself back into the game instead of cracking up. Alas, in two successive WCs, she ended up as the bridesmaid when the groom had originally chosen her but she got cold feet each time, so to speak.
     
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    The SWH's smash seems to be out but no hawk eye to ask
     
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    By the looks of it so far, THW is not going to beat SWh who has a rock solid defence and counterattack.
     
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    ZH/FHF look far more comfortable playing against this Korean style.
     
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    Can't believe Fu/Zhang is well ahead against the WC pair.
     
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    The way I see it, Fu/Zhang combination is better than Fu/Cai whose time I believe is over. The problem is Zhang Nan also has to concentrate on XD.
     
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    The match is slipping away from THW, SWH dictating the rallies.
     
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    Right, and needless to say Zhang Nan & Zhao Yunlei have the very precious position to defend there!
     
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    If only China had another front-court player like Zhang Nan. I'd like to see LXL tested with a few backcourt players, like Hong Wei.

    I believe LXL actually plays the provincial team with Liu Cheng.
     
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    FHF has really changed his style to be much more active at the net.
     
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    Ko and shin having to work very hard
     
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    This MD is turning into a cracker of a match.
     
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    19-19 very close!
     
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    Zhang Jun looking really relaxed
     
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    Zhang nan's defence - great stuff

    22-21 to china
     
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    A dream run for Fu/Zhang, let the dream continue.
     
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    Very entertaining match! I like this style of men's doubles. Alot of movement and beautiful reading of the game by Zhang Nan!
     
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    Fu/Zhang caused big upset defeated the 2014 WC Ko/Shin in straight
     
    #60 kelana, Oct 18, 2014
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