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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    I find it completely bizarre that I'm watching a Chinese broadcast in Mandarin of the Australian Open, whilst sitting here in Melbourne.

    It doesn't matter as long as you understand Mandarin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naistav View Post
    Well, CHN has been dominating Junior level and CHN is still dominating Senior level.
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    Different fate goes with INA. INA were always behind at Junior level, but somehow still win several major tournaments (OG, WC).
    So, I still believe it's better to start with Junior achievement as indication for future trend of country strength, although may be not current country overall strength.
    Simple, CHN is much better from INA at least for last 10 years, indicated at Junior level, and strengthen at Senior level.
    i just realised Guo ZD played with YuYang in XD and won WJC!! what an odd combination!!

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    http://www.badmintonlink.com/Watch-B...ustralian_Open

    i couldn't watch the above. anyone else got something working?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    http://www.badmintonlink.com/Watch-B...ustralian_Open

    i couldn't watch the above. anyone else got something working?
    Its working fine for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    i just realised Guo ZD played with YuYang in XD and won WJC!! what an odd combination!!
    More 'odd': Park Sung Hwan was BD winner and BS bronze medalist while XXF also GD winner.

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    CPS not confident on his serve still... especially at crucial points. That might have been that flick serve that cost them the match.

    Anyway, at least they managed to stand on the podium... unlike the others who were sent here. Congratulations.

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    i think Han Li will win this one. But i like Bae as well.

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    MAS pair let the title slipped away. It was theirs to lose than the TPE pair to win.

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    Han Li is amazing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    CPS not confident on his serve still... especially at crucial points. That might have been that flick serve that cost them the match.

    Anyway, at least they managed to stand on the podium... unlike the others who were sent here. Congratulations.
    Another Malaysia pair losing in 3 sets despite starting so well in the first set (but end up losing in the first set). I think the major problem with young Malaysians (Y generation) is they spent most of thier life/time on laptop, facebook, iphone, ipad...and they solve their real life problems through these channels..So when come to the real challenge and when pressure pile up , they just can't cope with it..

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    Now it is giant killer Han Li versus cutie Bae Youn Joo.
    Han had to play 6 matches (2 qualifying) before arriving to the finals. Bae #5 had only to play 4 matches.

    Will Bae be able to capitalize?

    But the great Han has already advanced to 8-2 with some very nice shots including this cross court net shot which Bae struggled to retrieve without success.

    Han is ahead now 11-3 at the interval.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forest View Post
    Another Malaysia pair losing in 3 sets despite starting so well in the first set (but end up losing in the first set). I think the major problem with young Malaysians (Y generation) is they spent most of thier life/time on laptop, facebook, iphone, ipad...and they solve their real life problems through these channels..So when come to the real challenge and when pressure pile up , they just can't cope with it..
    Well their last meeting with the same pair they did win 24-22 in the rubber... so its give and take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    Han Li is amazing..
    Her racket control is fanstatic ! This is her first oversea tournament this year. Just wonder how many world class female players China has...

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    Very quickly Han had made it to 14-6 with her reverse slice shots and good smash placements. Han is also human enough to hit unforced errors but just like others I'm really impressed with her repertoire of strokes, court agility and clever tactics.

    But maybe fatigue is catching up on her altough G1 belongs to her. Now 19-11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forest View Post
    Her racket control is fanstatic ! This is her first oversea tournament this year. Just wonder how many world class female players China has...
    She played in Korea GPG a few months ago. SHe was amazing then.

    Her racket control is like Taufik's. Excellent use of wrist and fingers. very deceptive.

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    Indeed Han has made a "stranglehold" on Bae winning G1 comfortably 21-13.

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    Bae is still having problem receiving drop shots.

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