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    As LXR learns to handle the pressure of the burden of expectation better and better, she will rule WS badminton for quite some time, I believe.

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    Ratchanok seemed fatigue, Li XR absolutely controlled whole match with her attacking shots.

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    LXR win . asean ws still zero in China Open, including susi susanti, mia and wong mew choo

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    CHN players always let their racquets do the talking, all else is just empty talk,hot air. They also respect and learn from the best in the world. Even their spectators, badminton enthusiasts,fans and recreational players, enjoy watching foreign players and welcome and support them. And that's great.

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    Yu Yang looks fat. I think she let herself go a little bit too much after the Olympics.

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    Don't worry, all the Olympians are slowly getting into shape.

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    Just went out to the mall on errand and returned home to discover that the " Puying shuai Ching Ching" lost the final. But I am still confident that she will become Olympics Champ in the future.

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    Chong Wei Feng was a bundle of nerves on the big stage losing very badly to Chen Long 6-21, 7-21, in the SF match. CL just toyed with him. It was just like a master teaching a learner how to play. Obviously CWF has a lot to learn and BAM should get LCW to spar more with CWF and also Liew Daren.

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    Wang/Yu sealed first game, 21-19.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Ratchanok seemed fatigue, Li XR absolutely controlled whole match with her attacking shots.
    If only JS had beaten Ratchanok in the SF match, I have the feeling she would have given a good account of herself against LXR and maybe win.

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    Every new match is a new possibility and past result is no guarantee of future performance. So it's advisable not to use the future to belittle any opponent.

    Who is that CHN WD coach,she looks familiar? I thought I've seen her during the CBSL. Anybody knows her?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    CHN players always let their racquets do the talking, all else is just empty talk,hot air. They also respect and learn from the best in the world. Even their spectators, badminton enthusiasts,fans and recreational players, enjoy watching foreign players and welcome and support them. And that's great.
    I always enjoy reading your posts, so objective and fair and am learning from you in ignoring those people who are so staved of sports glories.

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    The JAP WD is very impressive in G1 despite losing it.

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    a waste of time watching this match really... I don't think any other WD pairs come close to Yu Yang/Wang Xiaoli no matter how dirty they played at the Olympics. These ladies are gonna dominate the superseries for a few more years, and just bowl over any opponent that crosses their path.

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    more than anyone in this tournament... it's Lee Yong Dae and Ko Sunghyun that need taming, they're climbing the ranking by leaps and bounds... soon they're both gonna have 2 entries in the top 10. Boe/Moe I'm counting on you to stop them and retain the title here.

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    Wow I had to rub my eyes because I thought I didn't realize Yu Yang was back. I suspect that she realized that her retirement was a dramatic and emotionally charged decision that she didn't really think it through. Does anyone know if this is a permanent comeback?

    Despite what the chinese pair did at the olympics, the only thing they can do now is keep winning to prove that they've learned not to make the same mistake again and put in all effort regardless of the draw. Action is the best (and only) way to show their comeback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Don't see Zhang Ning around.

    Fantastic attacking play from LXR.
    after the Olympics she ia taking a sabbatical to start a family.

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