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Yonex Sunrise India Open Qualifications-R1

Discussion in 'New Zealand Open / India Open 2016' started by nilesh123, Mar 28, 2016.

  1. blabl

    blabl Regular Member

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    Congratulations to Lee Chong Wei for winning the last match of the tournament.
     
  2. Harish Reddy M

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    Not even for the day. WD finished last with Korean pair winning in three games.
     
  3. blabl

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    Thanks for informing me.
     
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    Tournament Software saying Vincent won in three games?

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    Yes, Wong Wing Ki won the match.
     
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    Apparently it's a mistake, CTC is the winner

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  7. nilesh123

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    Yeah, I saw somebody posted CTC won! Besides if WKVW would've managed to win today it would've been the highlight
     
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    Went to watch the matches. Entry is free till tomorrow. Thereafter only the relatives of organisers can go because it is impossible to get the passes otherwise.
    1.The highlight of the day were the Japanese youngsters Kazumasa Sakai and Nishimoto for me. They were both very impressive in defeats. Japan has a good badminton future in mens singles at least. Indian younsters dont know how to win or arent mentally strong enough. Other countries arent producing supreme talents either.
    2. LD and LCW have gotten fitter. Both losing weight and looking like young boys now. They were as sharp as ever though. LD was impressive against a weaker opponent than LCW though.
     
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    ^ agree currently only the IND, JPN and CHN next crop is promising! But as mentioned the IND lack self belief also aren't nearly half as tough mentally as the CHNs!
     
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    i wonder how to determine players that are mentality weak ?
     
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    wow what happened. The host country MS players all were eliminated yesterday. As always the only 2 INA WS were a goner :)
     
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    Indonesia has the best crop of promising youngsters.

    Taiwan and Thailand are not too shabby either. We just don't hear a lot from their fans. In junior badminton terms, they are nearly on par with Korea / Japan.

    I also won't rule Malaysia out.
     
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    Chen Qingchen is probably the most decorated junior doubles player in history. Definitely not an unknown
     
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    Chen QingChen is going to be the next big thing from China. She is the next ZYL. She will be better than Yixin.
     
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    To be honest the China wd




    To be honest the China WD are all extremely good players.
     
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    R2 is about to begin and no opening thread! OK we cannot ask CLECLY to do the job each time, so perhaps some of our Indian friends could play the host for us and sweat a little?
     
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    Sorry I failed to see that CLELY had done the job already!
     
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    hahaha, nah I don't have a bomb calorimeter or some other scientific instrument to measure that! It's just that when you watch them play, they need all the way and even when they are leading you'll notice that they'll suddenly loose their script get out of track a loose a match which they should've won easy!
     

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