maybe longer than that because both of them still under 20. but it would be better if more players join the competition.
WS is a wide open group. Top 10 players are capable of beating each other. Given the scenario, it would be hard for pv to beat everybody, even at her peak, few years from now. Rutvika Shivani and Rituparna Das should step up soon to form a formidible Indian WS force along with PV and SN.
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Angga/Rian lost narrowly 20-22, 19-21 to Liu/Qiu. They were leading 19-17 in both sets and somehow yielded the advantage right at the end Another common problem INA players faced....crumbling during crucial stages!
Certainly not. Shes been around since more than a couple of years in the main circuit. She is rated very highly by many.
IR takes 21-6 . Second game was a cake walk.
The way she played today, no wonder she is highly rated.....
Tomorrow she will be favourite to win the title as she has beaten Julianne in their previous meetings... India open has been good foe thai players. They have won it in 2011, 2012, lets see if IR win it tomorrow.