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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    It was a painful defeat for Mohd Ulinnuha/Ricky Karanda Suwardi as they squandered a 5 pts lead at 7-2 in the third-set and was leading all the way till the end. But the English pair of Chris Adcock/Andew Ellis simply refused to give up and they ended up taking the nail biting third-set 27-25.

    The INA pair really needs to focus on their attack and defense. Several times they couldn't even kill the bird despite smashing it for many many times, only ended up with the bird being killed by the English pair in the counter-attack. Defense wise, the English pair is also better and they were really up for it, keep motivating each other after every pt (won or lost).

    looks like this Eng pair will able to fight over Mas diamond pair Koo/Tan next week All England

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    I like Adcock/Ellis's never-die spirit. They simply refuse to buckle under pressure and manage to frustrate the INA pair with their speed and attacking play.

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    Schnaase comes from 19-14 down to 20-18 down and then takes the second game 22-20 .

    Match goes to a 3rd deciding game.

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    Yet another Indonesian lost a set when already leading 19-14. Sigh.....these problems will never disappear.

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    Riky/Richi also lost just now, despite leading 9-4 in the third-set. Got cold-feet???

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    First impressions of this Japanese player...he looks a bit emotional with his body language. Sharp and confident at the start but once he went behind the shoulders slumped a bit and he kinda lost his sharpness...looks like he's got it back together now.

    Unfortunately for him the badminton europe stream has shortened his name to TAKESHIT on the scoreboard

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    Aprilia Yuswandari finally makes it to R16, taking the rubber-set 21-15.

    Gebby Ristiyani Imawan/Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah also had to go through 3-sets before taking the match. They will have a tough task of beating the top-seed Misaki Matsutomo/Ayaka Takahashi, who has yet to be beaten by INA WD pair lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Aprilia Yuswandari finally makes it to R16, taking the rubber-set 21-15.
    Schnaase was leading 11-8 at the interval, don't know that happened but she got thrashed when they went back on court. Well played Aprilla Yuswandari

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    Wisnu Yuli Prasetyo is doing well now, leading Chou Tien Chen 13-8. It will be a very good result if he can progress to R16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappySachs View Post

    Unfortunately for him the badminton europe stream has shortened his name to TAKESHIT on the scoreboard
    I couldn't focus on the game thanks to this.

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    Any lead is simply not safe if it involves INA players. Once again, Wisnu and Bona/Afiat lead a comfortable lead slip away.

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    Chou Tien Chen takes the first-set 22-20, despite trailing as much as 7 pts!

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    Bona/Afiat take the first-set 21-16. They should win this one.

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    TTY make my night..
    Saving 3 game point during 17-20..
    A make a come back by winning 26-24..
    Finally preventing it from losing Busanan for the 3rd time...
    Both youngster are indeed brilliant in the game

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    Zavadsky's going to beat Saensomboonsuk or what ? The Thai is giving easy mistakes in the second part of the third game....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom_bad View Post
    Zavadsky's going to beat Saensomboonsuk or what ? The Thai is giving easy mistakes in the second part of the third game....
    This is a good match to watch, Zavadsky's been at 100% the whole time. The Thai guy let him back in the game at the end of the first set by taking his foot off the gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom_bad View Post
    Zavadsky's going to beat Saensomboonsuk or what ? The Thai is giving easy mistakes in the second part of the third game....
    Thrilling end of game, despite an average level of play. The Thai lost his nerves and control of the game, but managed to push it to the overtime points at 20-19 for Zavadsky, back to 20-20. Tanongsak finally wins it 22-20 after push a high pressure on his opponent in the final rally.

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