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Yonex-Sunrise INDIA Open SS 2015 : Round of 16 (26th March 2015)

Discussion in 'Yonex Sunrise India Open / Maybank Malaysia Open 2' started by CLELY, Mar 25, 2015.

  1. Jopie

    Jopie Regular Member

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    Wow, JOJ lost. Didn't expect that. He will be really down.
     
  2. Justin L

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    Yeah, Lin Dan is so relaxed,casual and even appeared bored, esp at the end of G2; on the whole, winning the match with aplomb.
     
  3. nilesh123

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    Magnificent.. He continues and aggregates his H2H supremacy over the no2 JOJ..congrats have a happy SF(he should win RMV/SV)
     
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    OH YEAH!! Prannoy beat Jurgensen:cool::D
     
  5. CLELY

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    Big upset, Prannoy overcomes top-seed Jorgensen, 18-21 / 21-14 / 21-14. Next, he will face another Danish player, Axelsen to hunt semi ticket.
     
  6. Justin L

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    That's JOJ for you, always at his best, even playing above himself when facing the likes of LD, CL and LCW, but against the rest he is more often than not inconsistent and unpredictable.
     
  7. nilesh123

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    Hopeless !! :p :D hahahaha
    What a right word lolzz...
    I expected it..OMG does it mean WZM performed as per my expectations :p I predicted him wow what a feeling lolz ;)
     
  8. blabl

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    The link given by Mr Epic works. Now there is live matches of badminton player in that link. It is Ternon Sylvain versus Tobias Wadenka.
     
  9. nilesh123

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    I would disagree to this^
    JOJ has always played his best!! Enjoying and taking every point seriously no matter how weak/strong his opponent is.. His attitude is one of the best!! He takes one match at a time and gives his best.. I never find him unpredictable or even inconsistent.. Being #2 is an eminent evidence for the same!!
    What I found by keenly observing the match is JOJ was playing the way he does..But HSP never gave him a moment to settle especially in g2&3 when he was throughing every back to his opp but with double power and better angle..he truly outcalsed JOJ..never expected great job
     
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    No worries, Wang Zheng Ming may have lost the match. However. China have other good junior players rising up to the occasion in the men singles department. Who would have thought that Xue Song will win over Kashyap today? He won with a big marginal score too 21-17, 21-11. I predicted that Kashyap will win but in the end he lost. Who would have thought that Xue Song will create such a big upset? I feel so sad. :crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying:
     
  11. paroxysmal

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    Frankly, i didnt expect kashyap to win. He is way past his prime.

    Prannoy is totally out of a league player. Great defence and frightening attack. He was firing his bullets even toward the end of game 3. Gotto appreciate his stamina. Personally, i am rating Prannoy higher than Srikanth on a current form. He will be a tough player to beat for anybody.
     
  12. nilesh123

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    I am confused..
    Are you supporting China?? Or is it the other way round??
    Mix emotion in your posts has taken me at a juncture where I stand alone with dilemma and nothing else..
    Frankly speaking I haven't analyzed your flow of support yet...Its a stream which rotates anywhere anytime
     
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    I think he is supporting India after SKorea.
    But I am very surprised that Kim Hyo Min lost.

    I thought India is gonna lose everything today.
    They lost in cricket. Then Kashyap lost.
    HSP's victory was a little joy after all those defeats.
     
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    Correctly said if you meant it on the basis of today's performance only..
    He is having better psychological and mental condition then KS he never get frustrated and never looks dismayed or disappointed unless the entire match has finished..
    Attack:
    Both of them are fiery personality at that sec HS can smash more often but I will stay with KS...I believe he has one of the best smashing abilities than anyone else..
    HSP of course has ignited his engine and it looks he has lots of fuel in his tank..fab stamina, he can challange even BYJ in that sec :p
    Experience and errors (if avoided) can help him def VA tomorrow ;)
     
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    WD Bao YX/Tang JH conceded a mere 10 pts to their IND opponents, Garg/Hazarika, i.e. 4 in G1 and 6 in G2, in probably the most one-sided match of the whole tournament so far.

    That said, I notice of late that it's becoming commonplace even for world class players to lose a set in under ten points,though not two sets, hardly any that I know of.
     
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    Please I beg don't remind me about that disastrous SF(cricket)
    PK(I was expecting XS to prevail)
    HSP of course what a delightful match that was...loved it watching the recording again :p
    Stupid Sony Six not showing KS's match :(
     
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    I think India should select Srikanth and Prannoy for the Sudirman cup squad instead of Srikanth and Kashyap!
     
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    Yes you are right. Whenever an Indian player play I will support India player. There are so many Indian players playing here. When there is a Korean player playing against India then I will support that Korea player. Otherwise when India players are playing against other countries, I will support the Indian players. that is why I will cry and feel sad when an Indian player lose. :crying: :crying: :crying: :crying:
     
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    Momota turns the tables on Srikanth in G2 to send the match to a third.
     

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