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Yonex DENMARK Open SS Premier 2015 : Round of 16 (15th October 2015)

Discussion in 'Yonex Dutch Open / Yonex Denmark Open 2015' started by CLELY, Oct 14, 2015.

  1. Justin L

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    It seems to me,most of the time Hu Yun is content to keep the shuttle in play and wait for Lin Dan to make unforced errors.
     
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    It's no fun watching Lin Dan playing like this, no fire,not much life in him, compared with the Lin Dan I used to see in the past.
     
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    Hu Yun is just not able to put any pressure on him...
     
  4. Justin L

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    Better anticipation of Hu Yun's lightning smashes in G2 by Lin Dan, and Hu Yun making a number of unforced errors to hand the set to Lin Dan for a decider.
     
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    I thought LD won in 2 sets. Apparently I read the wrong score.
     
  6. Justin L

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    Even so, he shouldn't drop G1, and now has to spend more time and energy trying to win the match.
     
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    Well. He is old. He changes how he play. I do not think he has the power to go smashing like he did all tournament around.
     
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    Lin Dan is comparatively more casual and sort of lazy whereas Hu Yun is prepared to scramble everything back and often succeeded in catching Lin Dan off-guard.
     
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    Also several times he assumes that just because the opponent is very late to the shuttle it is not coming back, and a number of times he is caught.
     
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    Compared to LCW, LD actually adapts pretty well even though his physical ability is obviously declining.
     
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    Lin Dan is too laid-back, errors creeping in again.
     
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    OK, Lin Dan won it (though I still think he could have done it in two sets), but, seriously, he really must step up tomorrow or Viktor will be smashing his way to victory.
     
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    Rumbaka always lose to Jorgensen,will he do so yet again?
     
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    How in the hell that happened?
     
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    Shin Baek Cheol / Chae Yoo Jung?? this is rare. How did they do it? ZYL was having an off day?
     
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    With ZZ/ZYL out, the XD is wide open for Natsir/Tontowi, XuChen/MaJin, Pedersen/Fischer, and BYX/LC.
     
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    P V Sindhu knocked out 3rd seed TZY with 21-12, 21-15 very comfortably.

    Yes commentator Bobby and chris are right. Her ranking does not reflects her potential. She should be in top 5
     
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    So, at the end, is the ranking correct or not? I cannot help but laugh. :rolleyes:
     
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    argh they put CL-HKV on court 1, but there is no livestream to be found atm.
    videostream not showing this court anymore... come on :/
     
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    As well as the Korean MD match it was on court3. A shame as both matches seemed to great one looking at the score and match time...
    I think this Korean MX can work out very well... But still ZZ had an off day I believe. But if they can be beaten than rather in earlier rounds than at the finals weekend I believe ;)

    Im annoyed with some matches on court3 for tomorrow again... Instead all CHN WD on court2 for example.
    Sometimes I really have to wonder about the court sheduling... Or cover all courts by livestreams. It is 2015!!
     

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