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    kelana and scorpion1, CHN team should field Wang YH as WS2.

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    No, ref post 544

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    The WS3 will only play when the score is 2-2 (except in group matches). Which one will you play, WYH or LX or Han Li? I know who I will field.
    AlanY, why ever need to dare the risk of a 2-2 position? For crucial matches, better to field LXR as WS1 and WYH as WS2 then LX as WS3 if needed from the outset.

    WSX can be fielded for not so crucial matches; lacking of lethal smash is a sure handicap regardless how excellent she is in other aspects, in particular when the team simply has other excellent choice!!

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    No idea what would be the order of play .
    WS 1
    WS 2
    WD 1
    WS 3
    WD 2
    ....??????????
    IS THIS THE LINE UP OR ANY OTHER WAY?

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    Ws1 wd1 ws2 wd2 ws3

    That would be the lineup probably.

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    The only team has a slim chance to challenge China is Korea, bar none.
    Even that a 2-2 score line will be very unlikely. Even so, WYH at WS3 is the safety net that every coach will be dream of.

    Who will be the WS3 from any country come close to the World no 3?

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    Thanks mr.epic. very tiredsome using both mobile as well as system to post messages.. what happened BC?. I ask administrator to correct as soon as possible to make it available for all to use it as before.. using system I am watching live streaming and using mobile to post messages. Only possible to post through chrome but without options. I can't reply to any messages. I can't insert links , images etc.

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    ^What about Tapatalk?

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    Woah, suddenly it's 20 deuce

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    What a pity, lost the deuces, 20-22 to the KOR pair.

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    Who will be the WS3 from any country come close to the World no 3?
    In that sense, it's an undeniable treasure. Hence WYH is the reserved ace!

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    Shin/Yoo lead 11-6 into interval, G2

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    Shin Baek Choel/Yoo Yeon Seong bt Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen 22-20, 21-1?

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    The Chinese youngsters still need plenty of training, int'l exposure and playing opportunities in int'l arena to hone their skills and experiences, nonetheless they're one of the potential duo in the future. Look forward to seeing their participation in many more tournaments along with the other young pairs, Kan Jun/Liu Cheng and Wang Yilv/Zhang Wen.

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    The way WSX played today, and probably her previous days' matches as well, reminds me of her slump period, so passive and predictable in shot-making, and unusually erratic to boot.

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    Li Junhui, Liu Yuchen and Huang Kaixiang should take turns to come under Cai Yun's mentoring in partnering with the master in tournament conditions, the same way as for Lu Kai. It will do these youngsters a lot of good, providing them valuable benefits.

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    After an excellent period of six month, where she played in all tournaments and went to the later stages in each, it is perfectly normal for WSX to be tired and uninspired. Besides, SJH's type of play is difficult for WSX, as the Korean lady likes to move her opponents with fast drops and fast clears and has an excellent defense based on her reaches and footwork, so WSX's drops and clears are not so lethal with her.
    i think all three top CHN's ladies are worth playing at any position in the next Uber cup. But Liu Xin has still to prove a lot, much more then WSX who has played already in the Asian games with great results.

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