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    Liu Jie's unbeaten run continues, whose scalps include WYH and Han Li earlier, now it's Yao Xue's turn to fall prey. Is she another up-and-coming youthful player? Any biodata on her?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Liu Jie's unbeaten run continues, whose scalps include WYH and Han Li earlier, now it's Yao Xue's turn to fall prey. Is she another up-and-coming youthful player? Any biodata on her?
    Definitely she should be something special. I don't think Li Han and Yao Xue are of the same class to Yihan. Yihan might be tired or injured . May be she is saving herself for china masters..!!!. Who knows.. Anyhow, would you be able to get us the videos of this girl's matches with yihan, li han and yao xue.??

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Definitely she should be something special. I don't think Li Han and Yao Xue are of the same class to Yihan. Yihan might be tired or injured . May be she is saving herself for china masters..!!!. Who knows.. Anyhow, would you be able to get us the videos of this girl's matches with yihan, li han and yao xue.??
    No luck, I'm also looking for the videos.

    As for Liu Jie, if she's not even 18 yrs old, that's something, shows good potential and promise, just like the barely 16-yr-old He Bingjiao. However, I don't take it that juniors or youngsters who've displayed some noteworthy results will definitely go on to perform very well later in adult life; it's not necessarily a natural progression. On the contrary,it's common knowledge that many promising juniors more often than not fail to live up to expectations as they age and quietly fade into oblivion.

    To me it's not a question of how young or old a player is when s/he reaches the top as long as s/he achieves it in the end at whatever age; doing it when young means more potential and opportunities for further successes; doing it when old is all the more admirable for proving that experience and perseverance coupled with the requisite talent can work wonders.

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    Lin Dan vs Xue Song coming up as the 3rd match, if only there's livestream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Lin Dan vs Xue Song coming up as the 3rd match, if only there's livestream.
    http://v.gdtv.cn/option/com_content/ItemId/98/

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    What a turnaround for Xue Song in G2,21-9, to level up after losing G1,21-12, forcing the rubber.

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    stuttering.....

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    Xue Song may have hurt his wrist slightly with that dive earlier.

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    In the decider,Lin Dan stamps his authority, 21-10, to take the match. Seems to me that anybody who tries to beat LD with fast and furious attacking game had better make sure he can do it consistently in three games, forget about winning it in two. LD is such a complete player and highly intelligent too, in being able to constantly analyze his not-so-familiar opponent during play.

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    In G3 just now, LD was able to read Xue Song's game better and by a series of well-placed and tricky shots time and again sent XS scrambling all over the court, at the same time derailing the latter's penchant for attacking play. In G2, I must admit LD made too many errors (I didn't manage to catch G1).

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    LXR playing in WD... She partnered with Pan Pan in 2009 National Games..

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    Liu Jie: ranked 18th in WS China national rankings.

    She's from Shan Dong, born in 1989 (1 year older than Wang Shixian), played 2007 Asia junior championship.

    Liu Jie's video against Li Xue Rui
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    http://sports.qq.com/a/20110430/000363.htm

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    Nice work 2cents. Liu Jie just lost to Wang ShiXian 11 and 16.

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    Liu Jie's unbeaten run and major upsets just ended at WSX's hands.

    He Bingjiao's fine run continues, beating Yang Yuting, 21-11 and 21-13.

    Liu Xin got the better of Sun Yu, 22-20 and 21-10, a bit of a surprise to me.

    The HK Women's team lost the 9 - 12 th placing tie, 1:3, to Shanghai who didn't even field WYH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cents View Post
    Liu Jie: ranked 18th in WS China national rankings.

    She's from Shan Dong, born in 1989 (1 year older than Wang Shixian), played 2007 Asia junior championship.

    Liu Jie's video against Li Xue Rui
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    http://sports.qq.com/a/20110430/000363.htm

    http://url.cn/47rF5O
    Thanks, 2cents, for the info.

    So Liu Jie is already 24 yrs old, a second stringer who happens to play rather well so far in the CNG beating WYH and Han Li until being stopped today by WSX. I don't suppose she'll be considered for induction into the CHN national team then.

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    Interesting that in PLA vs Fujian 1st to 4th playoff, Chen Long and Lin Dan are avoiding each other, as each side can field their players in any order not according to ranking. If I'm not wrong, though LD is ranked a lowly 98th by BWF (could even lower depending on the cut-off date used for CNG), he, as the current Olympic Champion, is ranked 1 in the PLA team. Understandably both sides want to be assured of one point gained by not pitting the two titans against each other.

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    Notice that Lin Dan's match is the last, MS3; I doubt he'll get to play as the tie is unlikely to come down to the 5th decider seeing Fujian has Chen Long in MS1 , already won, Tian Houwei in MS2 vs PLA's Zhao Junpeng. Anyway, Fujian is now 2-0 up having just won the MD1.

    Surprised that LD wasn't fielded as MS2 against Tian HW.

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