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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. nilesh123

    nilesh123 Regular Member

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    Well, to be honest all of them Anthony, Jonatan and others came together and started upsetting many but now when they have a good ranking, fans and expectations on shoulders, I am not sure what's overwhelming them but it's just not the same! It can be a rough patch bit this is how I feel currently!
    The Taiwan youngsters you are mentioning aren't very "young" now and have lil to cherish!
    Not sure about KOR they're a powerhouse and will be for few years atleast!
    Malaysia yeah they have Goh Jin Wei I have quite an eye on the girl, a real talent! Others are flash fires by now!
     
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    Wang Tzu Wei is only 21 and last year's boys WC, Lu Jia Hung who beat S Varma is still being kept under wraps.
     
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    Ho ho, what did I see?

    Two superstars defeated on the same day and kept the door wide open!
    Bye bye LD and LCW.
     
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    When they start playing a different(mostly defensive) game instead of their natural game.
    When they regularly crack under pressure and lose tight games/sets by making unforced errors. Etc etc.
     

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