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Yonex Sunrise HONG KONG Open 2016 : Qualification-Round of 16 (22-24 November)

Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / Scottish Open / Macau Open 2016' started by CLELY, Nov 21, 2016.

  1. upriser

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    Final spot for Dubai SSF is going to be between Saina and Sindhu. If they cross their next hurdles, both should be meeting in SF. Hope they meet.Want to see them contest atleast once in Super Series tournaments
     
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    she was walking out
     
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    That's really hard way. Just wondering what if any of them withdrew even after qualifying? The next best gets a chance? Like the WTA.
     
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    Aj making errors suddenly
     
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    Wang Chen is always grouchy..
     
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    so AJ finally kept his composure and sealed the deal unlike his usual "let my opponent catch-up behaviour". If he can keep the good work, his draw isn't all that difficult.
    PV injected some pace after the interval and fly out to win comfortably. Both SN and PVS have reasonably easy opponents tomorrow, one-step more for an all Indian WS match finally (on SS level). although SN's position is still a suspect, I am sure she'll throw away herself to win.
     
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    Yup, if the early qualifier cancel his/her participation the next best rank player will replace him/her.
     
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    Jorgensen n wei nan are having a tough match
     
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    And Kuncoro`s beaten Boonsak in the veterans match
     
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    Lee/Chau finally gains lead on Zheng/Chen 16-13.
     
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    Yew Sin/Ee Yi pays back the Koreans in the second game 21-10.
     
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    Nga Ka Long easily beat his compatriot in two straight game.
     
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    Yew Sin/ Ee Yi gets a 3-0 lead in the third game. Will they be able to hold it?
     
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    Lee/Chau gains advantage by beating the Chinese World No.2 in the first game.
     
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    6-4 now for the MAS pair.
     
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    Lee/Chau is on the right track to beat Zheng/Chen by leading 9-4.
     
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    Overturning the match, Koreans now lead 10-7.
     
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    13-all now. What a tight match.
     
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    Lee/Chau just beat World No.2 Zheng/Chen in their homeland 21-17, 21-14. Great determination to win by them.
     

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