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Yonex FRENCH Open SS 2014 : Qualification & R/32 (21st & 22nd October 2014)

Discussion in 'French / Bitburger Open 2014' started by CLELY, Oct 20, 2014.

  1. kelana

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    CTC is leading 11-6 in G3 against JOJ into break... now 12-6, 13-6, 14-6, 15-6, 16-6, 16-7, 16-8, 16-9, 16-10, 17-10, 17-11, 18-11, 18-12, 18-13, 18-14

    3 points away from sealing this match!!

    19-14

    2 points away!

    20-14

    6 MP!!

    20-15 --> 5 MP

    Done! 21-15


    Another major upset today!
    Chou Tien Chen (TPE) bt (DEN) [2] Jan O Jorgensen 25-23, 9-21, 21-15
     
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    15-6 to CTC
     
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    Yippee IND duo did their best and upseted the young China pair
     
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    Very happy that finally CTC is getting rewards for his consistent hard work but nothing seems to go on JOJ's way surprising and shameful def at home ground and on the verge again in less than 10 days
     
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    good on CTC...now with Tago and JOJ both out in R1, title is really wide open.
     
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    Srikanth slowly yet surely brushing his qualifier opponent from Ukraine aside
     
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    Absolutely even after having a look again at the draw can't see anybody winning it...it is a great chance for everyone if kashyap escapes young Chinese talent THW tommorow he can have a good route ahead
     
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    I guess all my country mates are already snoring in their beds..well woffpe whom are you supporting in the ongoing WD match
     
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    I am a Jia You fan heh
     
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    Nah buddy, I am here.
     
  11. Justin L

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    Well, Lin Dan helped JOJ last week to remove Chou TC at his own expense but, alas, JOJ was sunk by Kashyap; this week there's nobody to stop CTC who duly carried forward his unfinished job on JOJ.

    Now with Tago also shown the door, the MS trophy is really up for grabs.
     
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    Karin Schnaase sending Hirose Eriko off is worth a mention.
     
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    very bad day for the host team..so far no one get through to the next round

    its kind of sad though..france is one of few european country that seriously developing badminton
    badminton start being more popular in france..france ss is also known as tournament that got high number of spectators
     
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    Sigh! Too kind! ;)
     
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    Jan O is out; Tago is out.

    Tian Houwei, Wang Zhengming, Hu Yun, Tommy, Srikanth, Hans-Kristian V, Kashyap, Tien Chen Chou, and likely Viktor Axelsen.

    My head is spinning!

    I'd still like to go with WZM, though. If he can manage to stay motivated.
     
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    "Vincent" Wong?
    Since when did that happen???
    In any case, he's not having a very starry night :(
    Axelsen is up 21-11, 14-3
     
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    Vincent Wong retired at 18-11 in G2
    If it's an injury, I hope it's not a serious one. Wish him a quick recovery.
     
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    I really can't believe Tago and JOJ are out. How spicy. But go Takuma! He's playing Axelsen, though, who is another favourite player of mine.

    Baha! Holy hell, I laughed pretty hard at that. It was a long shot, but you got there.
     
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    The grass roots badminton seems very strong in France.

    Xue Song lost!

    This field is looking wide open. I fancy kashyap to make a mark. His playing conditioning seems very good.
     
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    I think WZM and THW also have a chance.
     

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