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08-15-2013, 11:22 PM #35
I am sure they will.
09-09-2013, 08:05 AM #36
Well well. A very late congratulations to the WC bronze medal!
Also good job winning the Yonex Chinese Taipei Open! They seem to be in good form right now!
Up next is China Masters where they will be facing the though Chinese pairing of Hong Wei and Chai Biao. They lost to them last time they met but it was 3 sets and the only time they've ever faced so it could go either way I think. After that their draw is probably good for them with LYD/KSH on the other side as well as CY/FFH(are they playing?) and Liu Xiaolong/Zihan Qui.
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09-09-2013, 11:16 AM #37
Yeap agree. They are steadily improving as time goes by.. hope to see more good matches from them in the future
09-12-2013, 06:10 AM #38
Well, it was a lot closer score-wise than last time but they still lost in 3: 21-14 21-23 22-24. They are a quite young pair and I hope that they learn from this.
11-10-2013, 01:28 PM #39
Yay Kim2 are the current Korean Grand-Prix champions! I wonder what would have happened had LYD not injured himself in their match though, hopefully he gets well soon.
I've felt like they've been in a slump(of course they have faced good players, and the score have been close, but still maybe) since the Taipei GP and the WC's. Hopefully this close win in the final playing another good Korean pair is a sign that they are getting back to form and hopefully even better.
Ki Jung Kim  Sa Rang Kim - Sung Hyun Ko Baek Choel Shin 21-15 18-21 25-23
They have a chance to go far once again in the upcoming CO where they in the first match will face a Chinese pair from the draw.
I think the match against the Japanese pair in the 2nd match can be tough and if they win it it could perhaps become a rematch with the World Champions, which they currently lead 1-0, but I think they faced early in the Indonesians partnership. Hopefully Kim2 aren't too tired from the KGP.
Last edited by Giga01; 11-10-2013 at 01:31 PM.