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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroSOFInfinity View Post
    After their match yesterday against KKK/TBH, and today against Boa/Mogensen, I am dead convinced that LYD/KSH are nearly at their peak of their powers now.

    And there's only one pair in the world who can match them now- the legendary "Fung Wan" pair.
    You mean 'Wind Cloud' i.e. Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng? But they are at the tail end of their career, esp with Cai's age - that's the concern. That's why I think for the moment, this KOR pair LYD/KSH is the most promising while CHN continues to experiment with their new pairings in the hope of finding the right combination.

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    whats happening on court...????

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    ZYL dashed out to get a racket for ZN. she got 2 rackets in her hand before she handed one to ZN. and then ZN failed to throw the old one out of the court boundary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paradox View Post
    Didn't do too badly ?!

    Her performance is horrendous today. No smash, no aggression, only shouting and gives her opponent so many openings and opportunities.
    I mean today was bad, but as a whole in the tournament, not too bad I suppose.

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    Xu chen smashed 282 kmh..

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    oh my god I just witnessed the weirdest scene ever. Anyone else see that? ZYL went off curt to grab a racket for ZN whose strings were broken haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactim View Post
    oh my god I just witnessed the weirdest scene ever. Anyone else see that? ZYL went off curt to grab a racket for ZN whose strings were broken haha
    Yep.. i witnessed. Wonderful change over . But they lost that point.. Disappointing.

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    Xu Chen now up to 285 kph, and these are slow shuttles as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj100 View Post
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    Also Gillian Clark keeps raving on about Sung JH being a upcoming star etc. She always does that, and they turn out to do nothing for the rest of their careers.
    But SJH has been steady if not spectacular with her ranking position. This win may do her confidence a world of good, and with her improved strength and net-play she can make it to the top 5. And remain there for a long while, as she's only 21 years yet...

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    This doubles match is esp entertaining with those funny,weird unusual things happening; really liven up the atmosphere for an All-CHN affair.

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    I must say this is the best xu/ma have played against ZN/ZYL in awhile. 18-12 to them

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    hmm
    not that kind of shout
    Huh! Why do you think I spend so much time on BC?

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    I am waiting for men's singles match... This match is so predictive..

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    Am i seeing the new Ma Jin now.. She seems to be moving even assisting the Xu chen. One of the feather gone to Xu chen's eyes..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    You mean 'Wind Cloud' i.e. Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng? But they are at the tail end of their career, esp with Cai's age - that's the concern. That's why I think for the moment, this KOR pair LYD/KSH is the most promising while CHN continues to experiment with their new pairings in the hope of finding the right combination.
    Yeah, that's them alright. And they might be at the tail-end of their careers, but I believe that they will soldier on for another 3-4 years... possibly retiring after the Olympics 2016.

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    Gill and Danish commentator are egging xu Chen in to hit 300kph haha.On another note, this match hasn't been predictive as xu/ma are looking the solid pair right now

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    Xu Chen cartwheel, never fails to make me laugh

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