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    Singapore's hope is still alive... Ashton chen won the match against Prannoy.. Prannoy seems to be so lagging in the third game..

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    After two close games, local MS Ashton Chen YZ took the decider comfortably against Indian player Prannoy H.S., 19-21 / 21-19 / 21-12.

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    Meanwhile another SIN new XD of Yi Liu & Shinta lost narrowly to the Germans Johannes & Johanna in G1 21-23 with the latter smashing home winners.

    Now if the SIN pair wants to win they must return the compliments in G2 and hopefully G3 too. But can they sustain?

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    Surprisingly SIN two other new XD pair of Terry Yeo & Yao Lei and Tan Zi Jian & Dellis Yuliana also passed the initial test by disposing of MAS/IND pair of MohdRazif Abdul Latif & Prajakta Swant 21-16, 22-20 and SIN/THA combo of Chayut Triyachart & Munkitamorn 21-18, 21-19 respectively.

    I observe that Chayut has been without a SIN partner in both MD and XD for a few tournaments and it doesn't seem healthy. I wonder what was wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    P.V.Sindhu has withdrawn from the tournament.. There is nobody to stop Li xuerui in the top branch till final.. But in the bottom half, it would be difficult for saina to face mulitiple threats..
    Sure sure, PVS is better than all of JS/TTY/YPY/MM

    But hey, Saina is god, right? So what's there to worry about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Another misconception. If rank doesn't play a part, then the seeding is meaningless. Then there should not be any qualification rounds. Then those with very low WR should be permitted to enter tournaments and there should be no quota? I'm sure you know that the higher WR players do have advantages in any draw.

    If you don't have an appropriate WR, then you may not be accepted into certain tournaments, like the SS Finals, the Olympics, the WC?

    If you say that WR plays a part but upsets can happen, then I'll agree with you.
    well said. good posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Meanwhile another SIN new XD of Yi Liu & Shinta lost narrowly to the Germans Johannes & Johanna in G1 21-23 with the latter smashing home winners.

    Now if the SIN pair wants to win they must return the compliments in G2 and hopefully G3 too. But can they sustain?
    Unfortunately, while they managed to salvage G2 21-15, Yi Liu & Shinta failed to capture the decider, which the Germans won 21-18with more smash winners 9 against 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    P.V.Sindhu has withdrawn from the tournament.. There is nobody to stop Li xuerui in the top branch till final.. But in the bottom half, it would be difficult for saina to face mulitiple threats..
    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Again you have gone too far.. I said it in different meaning.. Li Xuerui is in full form which you might have seen in Indonesia open 2013. She faced Yippy (who created an upset by beating Wang Yihan) and Juliane Schenk (who has beaten Saina Nehwal after several attempts of failure) and won both of them.. These two can be easily tackled by Li as she has done it just two days before.. Sung Ji Hyun is out of form already... I guess Li will reach finals without any doubt from my side..
    so according to you, if LXR is on fire, only sindhu can stop her ? do u think sindhu can do it ?

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    Surprise, surprise! Who would have thought that SIN Robin Gonansa could have beaten the more experienced SWE Henri Hurskainen 23-21, 21-11?

    Hopefully Robin can present us with more surprises later!

    So Ashton and Robin still have a chance to move forward in MS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Surprise, surprise! Who would have thought that SIN Robin Gonansa could have beaten the more experienced SWE Henri Hurskainen 23-21, 21-11?

    Hopefully Robin can present us with more surprises later!

    So Ashton and Robin still have a chance to move forward in MS.
    Even i thought of it.. According to me, Ashton is better than Robin..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortune View Post
    so according to you, if LXR is on fire, only sindhu can stop her ? do u think sindhu can do it ?
    Problem for Sindu is that when angered, LXR can turn on a much bigger fire as she did recently against German soldier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Even i thought of it.. According to me, Ashton is better than Robin..
    Ashton is well on the way to becoming Singapore's MS1, surpassing Derek if the latter is not working hard enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Problem for Sindu is that when angered, LXR can turn on a much bigger fire as she did recently against German soldier.
    Do you think Li xuerui is unbeatable??? ...

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    I recalled Lu Lan was the first person to beat LXR just after the LOG, yet till now she's nowhere to be seen and not called back to the CHN Nat'l team. What's wrong with CBA and LYB, don't they have eyes to see that anyone who can beat LXR no matter what form she(LXR)'s in must be champion material? Even some of us at BC can understand this.

    I say, Tian Houwei's mother is wrong when she said to him after his spectacular defeat of Lee CW:" Just one match doesn't prove anything. Continue to work hard".

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    I wait to see the match Pornpawee Chochuwong vs Thulasi P.V.
    Pornpawee's just 15 . Love to see 5 Thai Ws in top 20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Do you think Li xuerui is unbeatable??? ...
    Nope, I dont think she's unbeatable but I do think that she can beat SN and Sindhu way more times than SN or Sindhu can beat her... And the fact that LXR has started collecting major titles and has more than SN and Sindhu already ? When it comes to titles, people tends to look at the bigger ones compare to the normal SS or GP titles.. So unless SN or Sindhu get a few major titles or people outside india will forget about them once they retire or maybe they can be like LCW, get many many many many titles and stay in WR no.1 for many many many many many many months, get feature in many many many many finals of major tournaments.. That way, people will remember him
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