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    not really... have you seen him play at IBL ? Go Ivanov!! Although he's now up against Sho Sasaki - that will be a tough one... But not impossible at all for Vova.

    Xue Song getting revenge over Nan Wei after Dutch Open - that's great. I liked how Nan Wei played at the dutch open, although it seemed he can lose concentration severely and give away a lot of cheap points.
    Now Xue Song is up against Tago - that's next to impossible for Xue Song to win now, i guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    i saw other version where tai tzu ying in the middle of the poster too.
    probably for taiwan.

    as far as i know,li ning facing some(or many a lots of) crisis~
    even li ning need to come out of his retirement,not to play gymnastic but to rescue his company from the crisis


    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Yup, the more fit player will win it. Xue Song secures main draw ticket, def. Wei Nan, 21-10 / 21-12.



    No wonder that Li Ning replaced by others to sponsor badminton tourney.

    Nozomi Okuhara in main draw after eliminated home WS, Qin Jinjing 21-19 / 10-21 / 21-18.
    I have moved some threads on the Li Ning issue to this thread

    Li-Ning-sponsorship-shaky

    Should be quite interesting to continue the discussion on that thread

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    Frankly, I'm aware of the potential of some of the Russian players, Ivanov and Malkov, and it's good. IIRC, it was Ivanov who gave Wang ZM a hard time at this year's WC. I think it's a matter of time one or the other breaks into the top 10, more likely Ivanov.

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    Expect to see many CHN casualties tomorrow.

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    HBJ is at it again in the first round match against Juan Gu.

    One game down and 8:16 down in the second game. Won the next 10 points to get one game back and up 20:12 in the third. Managed to squander 5 match points before finally winning.

    Someone should tell this kid stop playing with fire.

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    What a stupid umpire he is?? correcting the line calls in favour of chinese players does not look good at all. Umpire could not correct the call when he is not able to see it when it happens in the opposite side of his chair. But he did it to favour his home country. But not enough to save his players from losing to malaysian XD pair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedShuttle View Post
    HBJ is at it again in the first round match against Juan Gu.

    One game down and 8:16 down in the second game. Won the next 10 points to get one game back and up 20:12 in the third. Managed to squander 5 match points before finally winning.

    Someone should tell this kid stop playing with fire.
    It just shows how talented and resilient HBJ is at such a young age!

    Despite her greater experience, GJ was unable to capitalize on G2 when she led 7 points at one stage only to be overtaken from 16-all and was never able to take the match when they levelled at 21-all.

    G3 was a disaster for GJ as she trailed all the way from 5-all onwards and was unable to close the gap thenceforth. HBJ seems to have boundless energy and stamina just like Akane Yamaguchi.

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    oh,i pawed he bing jiao

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    First upset today, 8th seed Boonsak Ponsana is eliminated by Kashyap 20-22 / 15-21.

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    BP's defeat cannot be considered as upsets anymore. He is steadily declining. Sad.

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    congrats to kento momoto!

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    Think MZ is out of gas at the moment

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    Another 8th seed is sent packing, Jordan/Marissa lost to last Sunday KOR GPG winner Yoo YS/Jang YN, 23-21 / 16-21 / 19-21.

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    DL is in beast mode....... the 7th seed from DEN is about to fall

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    Liew Daren stuns 7th seed Jorgensen who won French SS last month, 21-17 / 21-12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhinneka View Post
    DL is in beast mode....... the 7th seed from DEN is about to fall
    and it's done...


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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Liew Daren stuns 7th seed Jorgensen who won French SS last month, 21-17 / 21-12.
    Well done Daren!

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