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Discussion in 'China Open / Hong Kong Open 2012' started by badMania, Nov 20, 2012.
Like 'em both, hehe
Down the line smash by Rat. Saves one. 16-20
Saves 2. 17-20
Complete mishit by Rat on the Firda smash and Firda triumphs 21-17 in the rubber
You're my girl
Thank You Firda for winning. Moving over to Kashyap's match. Hope he does well.
suprised with Firdasari play under Liang Chiu Shia, looks very powerful and full of spirit, always little screaming during smashing
Another CHN Open finalist bites the dust. Seriously,Intanon needs a break to recharge and reorganize. But she still have to play in CBSL,the 1st Dec return match with LXR.
Firda has it all : height, weapons but just seem lack of mental at crucial moments
Good thing she's at right hand
I imagine badmania and Hauge are jumping around in the stadium watching Firda
Take off now, be back later............
K Tago slowly returning to form. A good showing against the up-and-coming CWF.
You forgot about her "legs"
Your hope has been fulfilled Firda won against the formidable, last week SSP finalist, Ratchanok I. in the full stretch... This long matches remind me of the queen of 3 game, Beijing Olympic Bronze medalist, MKY who saved some match point to Schenk Julianne back then on first round.. hehe... Anyways good luck for INA squad...
A little correction: It's Liang Chiu Hsia (梁秋霞).
Kashyap took the first set.. pradanya gadre/akshay dewalkar went down in the first set. 18-21
Watching Shendy,, hmmmm PBSI should get rid of her and find Kurniawan a new partner. shes NOT good at all. nowhere to be in the elite spot..
Actually Fran not looking that sharp today either.
And the Indian girl has given away a lot of points at the net too. She looks a tad nervous.
Tago was super sharp with his attacks today. Been a while since he played like this, so that's certainly nice to see... and it'll also prompt CWF to practice, practice and practice more...
What do you guys reckon? Will we see a third Dane in the next round? Or will Kashyap limit their ticket to 2 spots?