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    Quote Originally Posted by Qidong View Post
    Even if WSX let Saina win to go to the final, if LXR can reach the final too, I doubt if Saina can beat LXR. LXR is #4 in world ranking now. She will still qualify for Olympic. If I'm WSX, I will try to beat both Saina and LXR to impress LYB.
    It is a safety position, i guess... Good choice, i am also supporting that. At least WSX will be most likely be chosen if she is able to beat Saina & LXR in this competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qidong View Post
    Even if WSX let Saina win to go to the final, if LXR can reach the final too, I doubt if Saina can beat LXR. LXR is #4 in world ranking now. She will still qualify for Olympic. If I'm WSX, I will try to beat both Saina and LXR to impress LYB.
    WSX didn't win against Saina a few weeks ago in Swiss Open. Watch the last few minutes. What do u guys think of this match? Watch at around 20 minutes (when the score was 13:14)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRJfNCKYDNI

    Looks like WSX had a injury or slippery. Is that right?
    Last edited by pcll99; 04-24-2012 at 10:42 PM.

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    At the India Open 2012. Scary picture! Hope she's ok. She needs a break and possibly some hydrotherapy...

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    Wow. What happened? She didn't have any tape on her legs when playing in AE just 1 month ago. At least she can relax now because Nehwal lost today.

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    She is playing too tourney. And the internal training and competition is just crazy. Hope she takes it easy.

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    The speed she has around the court pays a price. She will have been training hard to get qualified and have the form she has had.

    I guess after TC she will rest before another effort leading up to the games, either fpr playing or sparring the lucky wang.

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    Her game today against JS shows she has incorporated the shots and skills that some of her Chinese teammates have developed themselves and transformed her into one of the most formidable player of all time right now..

    The scariest part is she is still growing and learning to add new variety of strokes into her game...

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    I agree. I read a newspaper yesterday. LXR said that frankly that she looked up to Lin dan as her model. Her move over the court, her agressiveness, her speed did look like Lin Dan's style. I think the most important thing that we learn about LXR yesterday's game is that her mental strength is strong. I am quite confident that she will cope well with the pressure from Olympics. I would take her for my olympics team if I were LYB.

    Quote Originally Posted by Miqilin7 View Post
    Her game today against JS shows she has incorporated the shots and skills that some of her Chinese teammates have developed themselves and transformed her into one of the most formidable player of all time right now..

    The scariest part is she is still growing and learning to add new variety of strokes into her game...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkkwongnz View Post
    I agree. I read a newspaper yesterday. LXR said that frankly that she looked up to Lin dan as her model. Her move over the court, her agressiveness, her speed did look like Lin Dan's style. I think the most important thing that we learn about LXR yesterday's game is that her mental strength is strong. I am quite confident that she will cope well with the pressure from Olympics. I would take her for my olympics team if I were LYB.
    Whoever has the combination of Wang Shixian and Wang Xin's power and skills are able to match Li Xuerui but it's a 50-50 situation.

    The only person at present who can take on Li Xuerui now is Wang Yihan because of her sheer determination that gives her the extra boost.

    I want to see what this girl can do in Singapore/Indonesia against the hostile crowds.

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    I also realised one weakness in Li Xuerui...I think by now most of players must have figured it out. Watch the points that she gave away are originated from her backhand clearance.

    Her backhand clearance is not very consistent and she tends to put it wide..

    Just my 2 cents..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miqilin7 View Post
    I also realised one weakness in Li Xuerui...I think by now most of players must have figured it out. Watch the points that she gave away are originated from her backhand clearance.

    Her backhand clearance is not very consistent and she tends to put it wide..

    Just my 2 cents..
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    You have got it correct.

    Most players when executing a Backhand Clear finish up with trouble. This includes for ALL players, no matter how good they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miqilin7 View Post
    I also realised one weakness in Li Xuerui...I think by now most of players must have figured it out. Watch the points that she gave away are originated from her backhand clearance.

    Her backhand clearance is not very consistent and she tends to put it wide..

    Just my 2 cents..
    firstly backhands take time to develop, generally younger players are not so strong here. Also because she is so quick she uses backhands less than others, so when she needs to use it it is generally for desparation. Others may be more relaxed when taking backhands so can hit a better shot when they do.

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    LXR - wish you'll get to Olympics. That's just a fine margin of 1000 points between 3rd and 4th ranking spot but the recent tournaments proved who's the right person to go. Guess LYB already figured out..

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    a few days ago, LYB said that LXR is just a substitute.

    http://sports.sina.com.cn/o/2012-05-...46047781.shtml

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    a few days ago, LYB said that LXR is just a substitute.

    http://sports.sina.com.cn/o/2012-05-...46047781.shtml
    He is really realistic about his goals in the Olympics...3 is at most China can aim for..

    And yes the rules are not as simple as it gets...you must filed a report that one of the three Wangs is critically injured or not fit to compete in order for Li Xuerui to fill up the third spot..

    This is the English direct translation:

    Women's singles king instrument Wang YiHan, Wang Xin, Wang ShiXian and Li Xue Rui are to get the Olympic qualification and must choose which three of competition, Li Yongbo said: "We mainly see them in June in Southeast Asia, the Three Kingdoms game external record over the past year with the Chinese team the main rival of the record before the Olympic Games and the state, to choose a fair and impartial manner. "

    I think as a substitute, he purely meant the Line-up in the Uber Cup. Now he must figure out a way to fake an injury of Wang Shixian/Wang Xin to let Li Xuerui play...IOC is not easily convinced i must say

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miqilin7 View Post
    He is really realistic about his goals in the Olympics...3 is at most China can aim for..

    And yes the rules are not as simple as it gets...you must filed a report that one of the three Wangs is critically injured or not fit to compete in order for Li Xuerui to fill up the third spot..

    This is the English direct translation:

    Women's singles king instrument Wang YiHan, Wang Xin, Wang ShiXian and Li Xue Rui are to get the Olympic qualification and must choose which three of competition, Li Yongbo said: "We mainly see them in June in Southeast Asia, the Three Kingdoms game external record over the past year with the Chinese team the main rival of the record before the Olympic Games and the state, to choose a fair and impartial manner. "

    I think as a substitute, he purely meant the Line-up in the Uber Cup. Now he must figure out a way to fake an injury of Wang Shixian/Wang Xin to let Li Xuerui play...IOC is not easily convinced i must say
    good one..

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    I thought i was the lame one to come out with the Three Wang Kingdom bullsht...i guess LYB does have the same depiction of the current situation lol!!!..

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