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    The second coming of ye zhaoying

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    First title for Sun Yu. Not sure if they are on the same step.

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    Sun Yu went up 99 places in ranking to 125.

    Sun Yu needs only a quarter-final appearance at a GPG to crack top 100 but three final appearances at GPG level to crack top 50.

    Given the number of players on CHN WS squad, this may not be easy. Sun Yu may still be a year away from regular SS tournaments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedShuttle View Post
    Sun Yu went up 99 places in ranking to 125.

    Sun Yu needs only a quarter-final appearance at a GPG to crack top 100 but three final appearances at GPG level to crack top 50.

    Given the number of players on CHN WS squad, this may not be easy. Sun Yu may still be a year away from regular SS tournaments.
    seems like life is never go easy for WS in CHN team.

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    Macau Open WS Final: Sun Yu vs Busanan Ongbumrungpan

    Video quality is about 4/10.

    http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNDg3MTY0Njky.html

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    In the final of Chinese National Team Championship, when her team was two matches down, Sun Yu stepped up and beat Wang ShiXian in a tough 3-game match. This should give the youngster tremendous boost in confidence.

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    Good, I see a bright future for Sun Yu. After her disappointment in the WJC despite beating Tai TY, followed by her qualification round defeat by Thai prodigy Jindapon, Sun Yu has shown resilience and determination to quickly earn her first international title in the Macau Open GPG.

    Hope CBA gives her more opportunities to play and we might well see her rise to within top 10 in a year's time.

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    After scoring another win over Busanan Ongumrungpan, Sun Yu ended her Malaysian adventure with a loss to Tine Baun in the Round of 16. I am glad that Sun Yu got the chance to play Baun before her retirement. Baun has been the standard bearer for tall WS players. Now it's up to Sun Yu and Sindhu.


    Sun Yu is transitioning from using her physical advantage to overwhelm fellow juniors like Busanan to a more controlled style in order to contend with the higher calibre players. There will surely be growing pains. Hope she will get more opportunities to find her way.

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    as of now Sun Yu is a shade better than Yao Xue....

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    Sun Yu will play the Swiss Open as a qualifier.

    Not a very good draw though. Good luck to her!

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    Yes, I'd love to see Sun Yu win her second GPG title and quickly rise to be the third CHN WS after LXR and WYH in the absence of WX for the time being. Not improbable nor wishful thinking on my part - she has the potential, the height and reach, and the right attitude as I see it. Of course, she is still young and has to continue working on her game and strengthen her fitness.

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    We may have to be a bit more patient with Sun Yu.

    The Macao GPG title was for Han Li to take but she lost to Deng Xuan unexpectedly. Sun Yu was lucky there. The field is a lot stronger at the Swiss Open next week.

    I hope that Sun Yu got a good look of Tine Baun's performance at AE. TB's court coverage is something that Sun Yu should definitely learn from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangtaiji View Post
    Another Manchu player from Liaoning. She will receive a lot of attention from Zhang Ning or LYB

    Hi, how do you ensure Sun Yu is a Manchu?

    Are Zhang Ning and LYB Manchus?

    Even though many Manchus live in Liaoning, but according to statistic 80% of Liaoning people are Han Chinese though.

    Cheers

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    she is in Singapore...

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    saw her in action in person a few hours ago...beating Juliane Schenk...i should say her overall standard is equal to that of JS....

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    Sun Yu still lacks the power at the senior level. In her junior days, she easily overshelmed opponents with her power. So it has been a tricky transition for her entering the senior circuit. She has to find new ways to win before her power gets up to the senior level.

    One thing that she has attained is patience. Realizing that she just can't simply kill off her opponents, she settles down on grueling rallies to etch out points. That is not easy for a young person. Sun Yu is doing a good job at it.

    Sun Yu's time is yet to come. Hopefully that She can eventually build up her power game and avoid injuries in the process.

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    Today Sun Yu's defeat of Soldier Schenk was a pleasant surprise to me, hope it's not a flash in the pan. Her opponent next round is the wily,deceptive and relatively more experienced (for being a few years longer in the international circuit), Tai Tzu Ying. Not sure if Sun Yu is able to read and adjust her game accordingly to deal with her instead of relying solely on her straightforward attacking game though she is now into constructing her rally a bit more.

    Personally, I hope to see her raise her game another level soon to match the power and prowess of the top 10 players. The present state of the CHN WS could use the addition of another top-notch player of the highest caliber; it certainly takes time, it's barely (or just over?) a year since her debut in the adult international circuit.

    Frankly, I was at first quite impressed with her when she took her maiden title, the Macau Open GPG, just months into her international career but since then she has been floundering until today when she unexpectedly collected the biggest scalp under her belt of Juliane Schenk in R2 of the SIN Open'13. Let's hope it's the harbinger of many notable scalps to come, including more title wins of course.

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