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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    I have just posted my PAW entries for this Finals;

    * WD: Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang [1] to defeat Tang Jinhua/Xia Huan

    * WS: Wang Yihan [2] to defeat ]Wang Xin [3]

    * MD: Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen [3] to defeat Ko Sung Hyun/Yoo Yeon Seong [4]

    * XD: Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei [1] to defeat Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen [3]

    * MS: Lin Dan [3] to defeat Chen Long [2]

    Let's see how many correct guesses I will get.
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    Wow chris, all are correct, perfect guess
    The last match between LD & CL is the most interesting one. I thought ZZ v Fischer/Pedersen would be tough match like their previous encounters but not for today...

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    wow... anyone to wake them up?

    BCers already identified there are 2 formal competitions (one was an Asian Games' final) were missed in BWF/TS record.

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    LD is at his best but in a different dimension. Just watch the downloaded MSF between LD & LCW. There were a couple of opportunities for LD to smash and kill ASAP but choose to hit a softer smash. He has grown very, very patient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    wow... anyone to wake them up?

    BCers already identified there are 2 formal competitions (one was an Asian Games' final) were missed in BWF/TS record.
    Asian Games doesn't use tournamentsotware does it? Obviously it is not going to show up in the head-to-head, nor is it a BWF event ... or have they been adding Commonwealth Games results as well?
    Last edited by demolidor; 11-27-2011 at 08:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Asian Games doesn't use tournamentsotware does it? Obviously it is not going to show up in the head-to-head, nor is it a BWF event ... or have they been adding Commonwealth Games results as well?
    i think the better explanation is that it is not a BWF event. for the same reason, the head-to-head won't include the 4 kings exhibition match that was held in China recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    i think the better explanation is that it is not a BWF event. for the same reason, the head-to-head won't include the 4 kings exhibition match that was held in China recently.
    for some who totally missed the 4-king story like myself , here's a handy link:
    http://www.badzine.net/news/lin-tops...y-kings/17323/

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    One thing the China Open showed is that when the Chinese players are allowed to fight freely, CHN vs CHN can be great matches too. The two WS semi-finals and the MS final are fine examples.

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    LIN DAN IS THE GREATEST BADMINTON CHAMPION EVER!!! 3 titles in 3 weeks! Hats off to the master!

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    Quote Originally Posted by herguang View Post
    LD is at his best but in a different dimension. Just watch the downloaded MSF between LD & LCW. There were a couple of opportunities for LD to smash and kill ASAP but choose to hit a softer smash. He has grown very, very patient.
    yes, he has learned to be patient to build up his rallies, ever slowly but surely tightening the noose on his opponent

    and this has elevated him to a different level, a more dangerous level

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedShuttle View Post
    One thing the China Open showed is that when the Chinese players are allowed to fight freely, CHN vs CHN can be great matches too. The two WS semi-finals and the MS final are fine examples.
    yes, and when compared to their "pre arranged" matches, this just makes those games even more faked and unacceptable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonc108 View Post
    These people are not badminton fans, but player's fans....After watching both matches, this one is no less exciting and spectacular that LD's SF with LCW last nite technically speaking...
    I couldn't agree with you more, badminton fans or lovers are not the same as,they are more than,player's fans or idol worshippers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedShuttle View Post
    One thing the China Open showed is that when the Chinese players are allowed to fight freely, CHN vs CHN can be great matches too. The two WS semi-finals and the MS final are fine examples.
    My sentiments exactly,if only Wang Xin wasn't injured in the WS Final it will be another great match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    My sentiments exactly,if only Wang Xin wasn't injured in the WS Final it will be another great match.
    That was shaping up to be an epic. Both WYH and WX were already playing to their physical limits in the short time they had on court. Obviously this limit proved too much for WX's knee.

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