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    Is Wang Shixian out after she loses this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zhuangcorp View Post
    Ahh! WSX lost a critical point on a shuttle that was going out but she hit it
    Yeah.. Even i noticed. Might be she does not want to give chance..

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    Li won it.. 21-19, 15-21, 21-18

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    Wang Shixian won more points than Li Xuerui. Not bad I guess.

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    Well, WSX lost, but I have to admit she played very well. I hope she takes confidence from playing so well and is able to beat her next 2 opponents and qualify for the semi final.

    No need to get down on yourself after playing the best player in the world so closely.

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    A close fought three-setter won by LXR. Should put paid to those who suspect LXR might want to "help" WSX, a risky venture when it's the very first match in the group with the other match outcomes unknown and uncertain.

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    Chinese are cheering for Lee Chongwei instead of their own man, Du Pengyu

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj100 View Post
    Is Wang Shixian out after she loses this?
    No,it means she's forced to strive and win the other two matches, preferably in straight sets. At least she took one set off LXR.

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    the score of WSX vs LXR is on purpose.. because in the group stage, a single point can contribute to final standing

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    No hope for Towi/Butet, if the KOR pair WO, then it is very hard (if not impossible) for them to qualify to knock out stage.

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    Lee CW originally said he wanted to skip this SSF and the MAS Open but considering the hefty fine, USD5250, he changed his mind. I expect him to be better prepared for this tournament. Hope to see another LCW - CL final, good for CL as another learning experience.

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    Badmintonworld.tv not posting any live coverage???

    EDIT: never mind.. I thought today was the 13th.. Sorry guys~

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    The two veterans, Hu Yun - Boonsak Ponsana, are slugging it out, impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinyballoon View Post
    Badmintonworld.tv not posting any live coverage???

    EDIT: never mind.. I thought today was the 13th.. Sorry guys~
    You mean they are planning to host live coverage tomorrow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    The two veterans, Hu Yun - Boonsak Ponsana, are slugging it out, impressive.
    Not really. Hu Yun is thrashing Ponsana in the 3rd.

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    Lee took the first game very comfortably. 21-12..

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