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Yonex Open CHINESE TAIPEI 2015 GP Gold - R/16 & QUARTERFINALS (16th & 17th July 2015)

Discussion in 'Yonex Chinese Taipei Open / Russian Open 2015' started by CLELY, Jul 15, 2015.

  1. ssj100

    ssj100 Regular Member

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    Not sure why so many posts after the match finished, after a player beat someone who has never won a major. No big deal here.
     
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    Chen Long aka The Great Wall of China. :eek:
     
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    Wow, this Korean MS dude is good. Could he be the next breakthrough for Korea?
     
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    Wang Yihan is better for the deal (than Wang Shixian) as shown by her clean H2H record against Ratchanok Intanon, 9-0. Lets see in SF whether RI can break the egg or WYH who exerts further her dominance between the two.
     
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    Go figure it yourself :)
     
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    WSX vs RI is much better to watch though hehe. Not sure if you know what I mean.
     
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    I am talking from the winning chance between WYH / WSX vs RI. If by 'much better to watch' you mean RI has a better chance (against WSX) then of course I won't deny, but I just don't see why the match between WYH vs RI is anything less interesting to watch regardless the outcome, if you get what do I mean.
     
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    Would love to see what Steen Pedersen says about this match.How he boldly mentioned that LD is the third best player on his day is beyond me.Anyways,now i want FHF/ZN to win too.
     
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    Don't worry, I PM-ed you hehe.
     
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    Who were his first and second best?
     
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    Not everybody is making the greatness and skills of a player dependent on if that player has won a major. :rolleyes:
     
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    1ST-Dragon

    2nd-Old Man
     
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    Because your mind is so simple. Simple minds judge based on winning majors and H to H.
    LCW must be the only player who can win support from local fans wherever he plays, especially in China.
     
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    FHF nice shoes.
     
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    Couldn't have said it any better. :)
     
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    Hi pjswift, how are you? long time not seeing your around here, in BC...wonder what brings you out of your abstinence? could it be the presence of the Three Kings in one gathering? have fun :p
     
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    Never been better, thanks, Kelana.
    My iPad works today and I thought there s no harm expressing a simple opinion.
     
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    Mohammad Ahsan makes some personal sacrifice to abandon his New Year celebration with family to show up here. Such thought alone should motivate the INA pair more to have the revanche against the World Champion. They succeed to take the first game yet trailing in G2 so let's see.
     
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    SBC/KSH took the 2nd game.
     
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    Still quite tight in decider... attention is splitted with also watching the live of CHN vs JPN, the World Grand Prix of Women's Volleyball :p
     

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