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    Quote Originally Posted by rahuldarga View Post
    But the fact that Tine and Juliane are aging is worrisome... Their retirement can come any time after OG leaving Saina alone.. But Ji Hyun is coming up the ranks after beating WX and WY. Inthanon has not shown us that capability yet, she has to pull herself together. The modus operandi of the Chinese sisters is to clear out the field for one and another try to keep themselves above the rest in the rankings. The people we can really count on, after the departure of Tine and Juliane, are Bae Yoon Joo, Inthanon, Porntip, Sapisree, Ji hyun. They have to up their level to put up some resistance to the Chinese dominance..
    China have a very good development program and support system in place. The rest of the world needs to wake up. Ji Hyun has the same problem as LCW, gets very nervous during the critical period. If she can address this, then she can probably match any of the ladies at the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    I am also so happy that Saina Nehwal has won the 2012 Indonesian Open SSP WS title.

    CHN WS players are still our top players; We need players like Saina Nehwal, together with;
    * Tine Baun (DEN)
    * Juliane Schenk (GER)
    * Ratchanok Inthanon (THA)
    * Sung Ji Hyun (KOR)
    * etc, etc, ......

    to raise the standard of our WS event to a higher level.

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    lol
    tai-phoon beat chinese ws more than ratchanok
    but where is her name?

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    Thumbs up Tai Tzu Ying (from TPE) should be mentioned as well

    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    lol
    tai-phoon beat chinese ws more than ratchanok
    but where is her name?
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    Yes, Tai Tzu Ying (from TPE) should be mentioned as well (as another up-and-coming WS player).
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    My thought after the 1st games was over. But she did well to win it by having less mistakes.

    It sure feels freakin good to win this one with all the tough battles.

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    My thought after the 1st games was over. But she did well to win it by having less mistakes.

    It sure feels freakin good to win this one with all the tough battles.

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    Saina Won The Third Title

    Indian Badminton Player, Saina Nehwal achieved her third title in Djarum Indonesia Open by after winning the title in DIO Super Series Premier 2012. In final, Saina stunned China's Single, Li Xuerui in a dramatic three-game match.


    Lost 13 - 21 in the first game, Saina once let Li win the match point when she was left 18 - 20. However, with her all abilities she was forced a rubber game and she finally won 22 - 20 in the second game. With the full supports from Istora's crowds, Saina made the stadium roar.

    "I am thankful to the supporters who always support me until the end of the match. Istora (Sports Stadium) becomes one of my favorite places since I always get positive results here, and I am always sure I can fight and win here," Saina said after the match.

    Saina herself records five times appearances in DIO and four out of five she succeeded in reaching final for four times with three titles which were in 2009, 2012 and this 2012 in DIO Series Premier.

    Congratulation Saina!


    source :
    http://www.djarumbadminton.com/en/dj...elar-ketiga-1/

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    You're rock Saina!! She won the 3rd titles in INA Open(out of 4 consecutive final). I am really impressed with her fighting spirit...! WELL DONE SAINA...! You DESERVE the title, and Istora will always support you.(ahem, when your opponents is not INA players for sure )

    Good luck!!

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    Saina Nehwal.. The winner of INA SSP 2012 pictures from djarumbadminton.com







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    Hey miksss, don't link the images to the original site! Copy and upload, otherwise it can take very, very long to load up on this page! Sometimes Djarum website is very slow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    My thought after the 1st games was over. But she did well to win it by having less mistakes.

    It sure feels freakin good to win this one with all the tough battles.
    It would have been devastating if she lost after the epic QF.
    Winning this PSS would really boost her confidence.

    Having said that Saina needs to work harder and focus on variety, as the Chinese WS players would double their efforts to overcome this setback. Her game would certainly be scrutinised for weakness and patterns.

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    Yes. The problem now is 'how do you maintain this type of form'? or enhance on it?

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    Saina has also improved her stamina. After the titanic battle against Wang Shixian in the finals I was not expecting her to beat SJH, but she beat her and went on to beat Li Xuerui in three sets. Many of us were worried about her mental and physical fatigue but she played well and at the end Li Xuerui was the one who was looking a bit tired.

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    Recently, a series of documentaries on present generation famously Indian sportsmen and sportswomen was released. Its called "Travelling with the Pros"

    Below is the Saina Nehwal's segment promo:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMvwdy6jjCI

    Let me see if I can find the link to the whole documentary.... From the looks of the promo it seems its pretty good!


    Here's another one:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...oZaqti3ms&NR=1
    Last edited by rahuldarga; 06-18-2012 at 06:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajat_remar View Post
    Saina has also improved her stamina. After the titanic battle against Wang Shixian in the finals I was not expecting her to beat SJH, but she beat her and went on to beat Li Xuerui in three sets. Many of us were worried about her mental and physical fatigue but she played well and at the end Li Xuerui was the one who was looking a bit tired.
    It certainly appeared so. When one is tired, at least from my experience, the first to go is your decision making and that is where all the errors come from. But then Li Xuerui is known for her 3 set battles, so it could be either tiredness or nerves. My bet is on nerves.

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    Wah laoo eh... Saina won 2 SS tournaments in a week.... She's definitely a contender for goal at the olympics !!!

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    Thai open was a GPG, but yes winning two tournaments back to back is tough and its an achievement

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    Quote Originally Posted by julianng View Post
    Wah laoo eh... Saina won 2 SS tournaments in a week.... She's definitely a contender for goal at the olympics !!!
    I think the top 5 ladies can beat each other, just depends on who makes the least unforced errors and can hold their nerves at critical game or match points.

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