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Yonex FRENCH Open Superseries 2015 : FINALS (25th October 2015)

Discussion in 'Yonex French Badminton Open / Bitburger Badminton ' started by CLELY, Oct 24, 2015.

  1. blabl

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    Lee Yong Dae / Yoo Yeon Seong I love you. Thank you so much for bringing back the second gold medal for Korea. go.... go...
     
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    Goodnight blabl

    zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
     
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    You are welcome.
     
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    Thanks for your support too.
     
  6. blabl

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    So all the matches have finally ended for today.

    Here is the summary of the result.

    1. Korea 2 gold medals.

    2. China 1 gold 2 silver medals

    3. Malaysia, Spain 1 gold medal.

    4. Indonesia, Chinese Taipei, Denmark 1 silver medal.
     
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    I guess we just saw a situation from 180 degree opposite spectrum.
     
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    Right, lots of nice replays to watch it seems. Didn't catch the games live. Nice to see LCW finally win a superseries this year. However, one win here and there doesn't mean much, and he still hasn't won a major. And if he couldn't win one in his weak era, there's no way he'll win it in this current stronger era. Winning when it matters LCW? Never hehe.

    CM! She's already an all-time great. Can't wait to watch how she thrashed WSX. Chen Jin needs to look at the next generation of China WS it seems?

    And no surprise at the XD. Praveen Jordan is the master of coming second best. Has he actually ever won a title?
     
  9. blabl

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    No worries [MENTION=122085]Fan123[/MENTION] . Now look at Korea situation, we are really in a dire situation. There is no good MS aside from the old 36 ++ years old Lee Hyun Il. The so called good youngsters cannot win. Talking about Son Wan Ho and Lee Dong Keun ah forget about winning. Look at what Park Joo Bong has done. He has booted and kicked Kenichi Tago out of the national team for his constant poor performance. I personally praised him for that. So what is wrong here? Korea has been depending so much only on senior veteran players.


    All the Korean juniors are not up to par lose in the earlier rounds of the tournaments. This is very worrying for Korea too. Then WS nothing great about Sung Ji Hyun too. No other good WS steeping up to the fray.

    Yes Korea can shout aloud about Lee Yong Dae / Yoo Yeon Seong success. But then once they retire what happens? I would say sayonara and goodbye. Then Ko Sung Hyun / Kim Ha Na are stepping up to the fray as for now but it will be difficult for them to win gold medals in future too.

    WD still inconsistent performance.

    So what do you think will happen when this batch of players retired? I will be honest and tell you the answer now. Goodbye to Korea and won't win any medals anymore.
     
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    No Debby / Jordan have not won any titles yet so far.
     
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    Goodnight everyone. Too tired by now. See you all the following week during Korea Open. Will take a break next week as the tournament is held in German and doesn't follow the Asia timing. 6 nights of staying up till late wee early morning hours this week to support the players have taken a toll on me. Too tired this week.
     
  12. Harish Reddy M

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    Not exactly. She being the lone contender for her nation has lot more pressure to do well all the while keep the motivation levels high when there are no compatriots to push her.
     
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    That LCW receive huge pressure from his compatriot is a fact. But I wonder if CM have a financial pressure LCW does not know. If she has poor results, perhaps CM will be pushed economically, while LCW is a wealthy man.
     
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    It was available here both on cable tv and youtube.
     
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    It's tough supporting both players when they play against each other.
     
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    There is only one winner for every discipline. You can't be sorry to everyone.
     
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    I was watching on telly.
     
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    Did you type the names at the wrong place?
    Or change it to : WSX will be crushed by CM.

    Wrong again.
     
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    Korea shuttlers did well at back to back Superseries in European soil with 3 and 2 title in Odense and Paris respectively. Ko SH/Kim HN also Lee YD/Yoo YS bagged 2 titles in two consecutive weeks, it's such hard job to do in top tiers tournament, fantastic.

    First final yesterday was the most interesting and thrilling one, too bad Jordan/Susanto slipped at the end despite they're so composed at decider and managed three points ahead in interval, 11-8. Kim Ha Na is well improved at front area to intercept rally and accurate placement also Debby Susanto as well.

    Lee CW is back to his sharp and fast attacking mode as Chou TC couldn't balance the pace. Interesting to watch that Chou TC crawled to catch up from 7-18 trailed behind to deliver pressure on Lee before the Malaysian sealed it 21-18.

    Wang SX had a chance to take game 1 when she led 18-16 then uncharacteristic errors creeped in by the Chinese, it's gone case for next game as Marin totally controlled and dictated second set to win her 4th Superseries title in 2015.
     
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    That is why I wrote 'usually'.
     

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