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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. Mr. Epic

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    Sony-Six can not be and need not be blamed for that.

    Matches are being played on four courts simultaneously and one out of that is a TV Court. Organizers decide and schedule the matches to be played on TV Court.

    However it is intriguing me why Srikanths' match is not scheduled on TV Court by organizers ???
     
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    28-yr-old P Kashyap is a solid, highly experienced and intelligent player, he last beat Srikanth and V Axelsen to win the Syed Modi GPG in Jan'15. Way too early to write him off.
     
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    Suddenly the livestream for KM - SK match is off.
     
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    Gurusaidutt getting destroyed. He might have celebrated too much, too early after yesterday's win. These Indian players S Verma and Prannoy are unbelievable. I did expect Prannoy to win against JOJ, the last time they met at the Japan Open in 2013, I could see a clear clash in style of play, and the clash really didn't favor JOJ. Sad to know that JOJ hasn't learned to adapt. Prannoy reminds me of Srikanth when he was up and coming. So does S Verma.
     
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    Well..KS won this time
    Levels the h2h again!!
    Tremendous I don't find anyone stopping him till the finals
    Kudos!!
     
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    Two biggest upsets have been created. I was expecting the Indian players to win but yet they lose. Their opponents win with big marginal score too.

    1. Yui HASHIMOTO Japan win India Riya PILLAI 21-6 21-14 (24 minutes)

    2. BAO Yixin / TANG Jinhua China win India Kuhoo GARG / Ningshi Block HAZARIKA 21-4 21-6 (20 minutes)

    I am so sad when These 2 Indian players lose. :crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying:
     
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    Upsets??????? I didn't get that actually...
     
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    come on Sameer! pull off a miracle upset!
     
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    awwwwwww too bad... at least he managed to gap up and stick close to RMV most of the rubber set. Meanwhile Korean young boys putting up a good fight against Endo/Hayakawa!
     
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    Agreed with you. Korean Choi Sol Kyu / Kim Duck Young lost the first set 17-21 but they win the second set 21-15. The Japanese may be a senior player but I believe the Koreans can win this match.
     
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    So do I
    Maybe he meant upset to their psychological existence...
    Such hefty def can shatter and break you from within...
    Had it happened to me, I would've been in a state where quitting the game would be a prominent option..
    I know even they played this tourney for exposure and experience and winning might not be in their mind at all!! But still recovering from such score lines can be a up hill task!!
    All the best and I pray they do better on future
     
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    Okay Choi Sol Kyu / Kim Duck Young just lose the match go Kenichi Hayakawa - Hiroyuki Endo. The Japanese won 21-17 15-21 21-18 within 1 hour 2 minutes. I am supporting Korea to win this match. Well, it is okay. I guess the best players win the match lol.
     
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    results involving Korea today.

    1. Chayut TRIYACHART / Shinta Mulia SARI Singapore win Korea Duck Young KIM / YOO Hae Won 21-13 11-21 21-15

    2. YIP Pui Yin [7] Hong Kong win Korea KIM Hyo Min 21-19 13-21 21-15

    3. LEE So Hee / SHIN Seung Chan Korea win Germany Johanna GOLISZEWSKI / Carla NELTE 21-12 21-17

    4. CHANG Ye Na / YOO Hae Won Korea win Japan Reika KAKIIWA / Miyuki MAEDA 21-16 21-11

    5. Hiroyuki ENDO / Kenichi HAYAKAWA Japan win Korea Sol Kyu CHOI / Duck Young KIM 21-17 15-21 21-18
     
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    Another biggest upset has been created when China won the match against their opponent with a big marginal score. I am expecting the Indians to win this match but once again I was sad when The Indian lose again. The score is

    LIU Xiaolong / QIU Zihan China win India KONA Tarun / Santosh RAVURI 21-12 21-11 0:28

    :crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying:
     
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    RK/MM lost tamely to their Korean oops...
    And what's more shocking is the match lasted for only 47 mins..can't believe on my eyes :p
    They have a habit a rallying and rallying also of wasting time!!
    Not to worry they'll start their journey in next tourney with a marathon ;)
    Japan hosts most marathons maybe this is why they have developed this kinda style lolz ;)
     
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    As usual China has once again proven to the world that action is powerful than words. China won all their matches today to enter the quarterfinals which will be played tomorrow except for Wang Zheng Ming who lost today. Actually China had long been a power house in badminton in Super Series tournaments. The second best country for this super series match is definitely Japan as well as most of their players also advanced to the quarterfinals. Once again congratulations to China and Japan. Their players really played very and extremely well. :)
     
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    don't forget that Kang Jun and Liu Cheng are struggling against the Russian giants... they probably a few minutes away from joining WZM in the sidelines...
     
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    Okay you may be right. Can you gell me how to get to watch live matches of Vivian Hoo / Woon Khe Wei versus the Kaka Chan Tze Ka / Tse Ying Suet? lets watch this exciting live matches together. I think the Malaysians can win this match.
     
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    Vivian and Woon are trailing... hang on let me check the stream from hahatv
     

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