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    Quote Originally Posted by randomuser View Post
    yea that was obviously out.......

    wtf is the challenge system even doing?

    yup i do agree, more technology in challange system, it'snt good enough

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    Finally Hong Wei/Fu Haifeng will be in the final.
    Chen Long Play to expectation
    Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei also play well.
    Wang Yi han in the final.

    Great , all 4 events china went into the finals.

    1 disappointment for men's double is Lee Yong dae and mix double Nasir /Ahmad did not make it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    1 disappointment for men's double is Lee Yong dae and mix double Nasir /Ahmad did not make it
    Ahmad/Natsir did not even participate in this tournament

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    Without the help of patriotic linesmen, no Korean make it to final...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    As noted by some of you and I share the same view, WYH is always at her best against her compatriots, beating WSX again. She will be squaring off with IR tomorrow whom I believe is happier facing WYH than WSX for the latter seems to understand her game a bit too well.
    Agree. Ratchnok's game is more effective against LXR, WYH, and then WSX in that order. Needless to say she need to be consistently competitive against these 3 Chinese phenoms, if she were to be number 1 and Olympic champion. Then one has to add Korean Sung, Taipei TTY, and (in the near future) Yamaguchi.

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    Don't forget Bao YX/Tang JH whose amazing run continues, also progressing to the final for the umpteenth time in SS/GPGs winning most of them.

    And the other up-and-coming WD pair from CHN to watch is the twin Luo sisters who won the INA GPG last Sep'13 and now gunning for their first SS title tomorrow for which they would have to overcome their compatriots Bao/Tang. En route to the final, Luo Ying/Luo Yu disposed of all their opponents in two straight sets, including the JPN 2nd seed, Misaki/Ayaka.

    Will CHN make a clean sweep tomorrow ? We shall see.

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    For the first time ever, there will be no Korean, Indonesian, or Japanese on Sunday at the Korea Open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Don't forget Bao YX/Tang JH whose amazing run continues, also progressing to the final for the umpteenth time in SS/GPGs winning most of them.

    And the other up-and-coming WD pair from CHN to watch is the twin Luo sisters who won the INA GPG last Sep'13 and now gunning for their first SS title tomorrow for which they would have to overcome their compatriots Bao/Tang. En route to the final, Luo Ying/Luo Yu disposed of all their opponents in two straight sets, including the JPN 2nd seed, Misaki/Ayaka.

    Will CHN make a clean sweep tomorrow ? We shall see.
    The twin Luo Ying / Luo Yu are also doing well playing for Qin Dao in the CBSL, with Ratchanok as one of their team mates.

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    Why did they scheduled the MS before XD? My baddy session only finish at 1.00pm.
    Guess I have to leave early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    Without the help of patriotic linesmen, no Korean make it to final...
    I was really at a loss for words at the line call against Ratchanok for the final point (?) in the match with Sung. Absolutely disgusting!

    We should all hope that no Korean will ever make it into a final at the Korean Open for fairness' sake.

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    There are no Koreans in tomorrow's final.
    See : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...842&d=20140112

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    Quote Originally Posted by thira View Post
    Agree. Ratchnok's game is more effective against LXR, WYH, and then WSX in that order. Needless to say she need to be consistently competitive against these 3 Chinese phenoms, if she were to be number 1 and Olympic champion. Then one has to add Korean Sung, Taipei TTY, and (in the near future) Yamaguchi.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...inese-ws-table
    read post #12
    u might have different thoughts
    she yet to beat wang yi han.
    all the best and i hope ratchanok will break the duck tomorow

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    I am not denying the historic facts posted in the table. Just wanted to point out who she needs to try to beat if she wants to be at the top going forward. Hadn't I called them Chinese phenoms? The betting websites gave her a 36% chance of winning tomorrow. I think it may be a little bit more than that.
    Last edited by thira; 01-11-2014 at 07:59 AM. Reason: typos

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    Quote Originally Posted by thira View Post
    I am not denying the historic facts posted in the table. Just wanted to point out who she needs to try to beat if she wants to be at the top going forward. Hadn't I called them Chinese phenoms? The betting websites gave her a 36% chance of winning tomorrow. I think it may be a little bit more than that.
    For me its 60/40 to RI to win as she seems to have got back her hunger and
    gunning to kick off 2014 with a winning start - and the big price money is an
    added motivator!
    It will be a 3 setter and an awesome world class match to boot.

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    WYH will win the WS.

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    @pjswift (your PM box is full)

    You're probably trying to watch BWF stream from a blocked country, where media rights have been sold to local stations. To bypass the block, you have to use Stealthy plug in with Chrome browser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    There are no Koreans in tomorrow's final.
    See : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...842&d=20140112
    Yup, sad ending for home fans as their last hopeful Sung Ji Hyun failed to progress. I thought the organizer will arrange MS final as last match as this encounter is the most awaited clash of today's five finals

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