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    Default CHINA Masters SS 2012 (11th-16th September) - Comment on Matches

    I guess not many BCers who interested to follow this less participant SS tourney

    CHN Masters is already started today, qualification round only stages MS category : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...131&d=20120911

    2011 Winners :

    MS : Chen Long (CHN)
    WS : Wang Shixian (CHN)
    MD : Chung Jae-sung/Lee Young-dae (KOR)
    WD : Tang Jinhua/Xia Huan (CHN)
    XD : Xu Chen/Ma Jin (CHN)
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    Kento Momota passes first hurdle, def. 2009 World Junior Champ, Tian Houwei with 2 close games, 24-22 / 21-19. Next, he most likely will take on another home player, Qiao Bin to determine main draw ticket.

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    No chance at all for CKB huh?.....sigh...

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    Gao Huan needs extra effort to overcome Sai Praneeth B. 21-13 / 18-21 / 22-20 in 88 minutes battle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aikachan View Post
    No chance at all for CKB huh?.....sigh...
    I already gave up on him... He is without a single doubt by far the worst among the four elite backup players, and probably even worse than most of the backup too!

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    CKB should transfer to MD department liao, play MS just a waste of time...

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    All 4 local qualifiers secure main draw ticket, Chen Yuekun-Zhou Wenlong-Qiao Bin-Gao Huan. How far can they go in this SS, first round, second round, quarterfinal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    I already gave up on him... He is without a single doubt by far the worst among the four elite backup players, and probably even worse than most of the backup too!
    i'm speechless when looking at his performance. he was given the privilege to spar with LCW for many years, but until now, his performance is not as expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    I already gave up on him... He is without a single doubt by far the worst among the four elite backup players, and probably even worse than most of the backup too!
    But LCW said he is one of the four ms player to watch out for malaysian in the future?..

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    But LCW said he is one of the four ms player to watch out for malaysian in the future?..
    BAM's gonna have another meeting on the 19th....whether they would consider CKB's wish to train under Hendrawan is a big uncertainty....worst, BAM maybe want to chuck him out....

    We'll see if LCW's soft spot for this player can bring some luck...
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    CHONG WEI feng beat Boonsak Ponsana in 3 games, while yoyo Hafiz lost to Gurusaidutt also in 3 games...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngkt67 View Post
    CHONG WEI feng beat Boonsak Ponsana in 3 games, while yoyo Hafiz lost to Gurusaidutt also in 3 games...
    good job by CHONG WEI feng, is time for him to make a breakthrough and be consistent all the time. as for habis hashim, he is really habis.

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    liew daren loses the 2nd set by 17-21 although leading 12-6 & 14-9. let's c whether or not he has enough gas in his tank in the rubber set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AE 86 View Post
    liew daren loses the 2nd set by 17-21 although leading 12-6 & 14-9. let's c whether or not he has enough gas in his tank in the rubber set.
    Too bad Liew Daren ran out of steam in decider, 12-21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Too bad Liew Daren ran out of steam in decider, 12-21.
    No surprise really. It's not the problem with the gas, it's the tank. Too small....just enough to run the engine for two sets

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    TPE Hsu Jen Hao stuns 5th seed Jan O Jorgensen, 21-13 / 14-21 and so close deciding game 21-19.

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    Following Minatsu Mitani won over Wang Lin, JPN teenager Nozomi Okuhara knocks out another home player Yao Xue, 13-21 / 21-10 / 21-11.

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