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    GVS/LKW beat Japanese pair who beaten Hoon/Tan 5 times in straight games...

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    Incredible, thought Gu Huan is finished in G3, but she narrows the gap to 2 pts, 17-19 !

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulpx View Post
    how good is he? never see him play.
    Seen him play a few times now, uses his height well and can play doubles pretty well also. Seems he's improved a bit more recently as he had lost to Jorgensen quite recently.

    He did win the US Open GPG beating Takuma Ueda, so he is capable. Lets see what he does in the next round.

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    CHONG WEI feng cruise to QF by beating Gao Huan (whom beaten Liew Daren before)...!!
    job well done...!!

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    Hwaiting to all Korean players!!!!! Junior or seniors!!!!

    So happy Kim Ha Na and Jung Kyung Eun seems to still have their pre-Olympic form

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Seen him play a few times now, uses his height well and can play doubles pretty well also. Seems he's improved a bit more recently as he had lost to Jorgensen quite recently.

    He did win the US Open GPG beating Takuma Ueda, so he is capable. Lets see what he does in the next round.
    yeah im quite excited to see a big guy like him playing singles. hope some of his single matches available on youtube.

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    Racket of KO 2013: Bravesword 12 (blue)

    I'm surprised that someone else is using JJS' MX-JJS.
    Wheter BS12 nor SW37 are used in the new colour edition. And LYD completely ignores his BS LYD which also got a new color.

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    Lee So Hee and Shin Seung Chan can actually smash quite hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heong View Post
    Lee So Hee and Shin Seung Chan can actually smash quite hard
    they will be one of the top 5 wd in future.
    my fave in wd

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    Vladimir plays doubles too with Ivan although they lost today. Kudos to his energy tank.

    On another note, Jiang YJ lost rather meekly to her opponent Sung Ji Hyun, looking at the the 10-21, 17-21 scoreline. WX would have whipped her up pretty nicely.

    Did not expect Chong WF to outlast Gao, who defeated P Kashyap. CWF is no flash in the pan either. Kudos.

    Minatsu, the Japanese version of Speedy Gonzalez is also one of my favourites now.

    As for LCW fans, we must collectively 'not' keep our hopes and standards too high on him for this will transmit a trans-dimensional 'pressurised' vibration on him in Korea.

    So every time LCW seems to falter, just behave like the way Xia Xuanze nods towards LD in a 'keep cool' gesture and 'maintain concentration' manner.

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    Could the fact that LD was penalized from participating in KO be a contributing factor for CWF to be more discipline today?

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    Didn't realise that the Koreans were making their comeback until I saw the BWF stream.
    Makes me wonder where the other two are though, especially since Kim Min Jung and Ha Jung Eun were the higher ranked pair...

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    I'm pretty disappointed with Zhang Nan and Chai Biao. They really didn't play well at all, didn't give up much of an effort.

    Maybe Chai Biao should play with his old partner Guo Zhendong.

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    Going by the score, DuPY looks to be in fine form routing Ivanov.

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    Sung JH is playing very well buoyed by her home crowd.

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    Justin
    we are on day 4 thread now

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    Wong Wing Ki is proving to be the surprise package in this tournament so far. Now leading CWF comfortably in G1, 12-3.

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