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    Just finished watching Tien Minh Nguyen's WC match against India's Parupalli Kashyap. 20-15 down in the final set and comes back to win 22-20. I feel quite sorry for Kashyap because I thought he played extremely well, especially in that final set. But great determination from Nguyen. I really hope he progresses further in this tournament. Well Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alana07 View Post
    i was watching his duel with kayshap just now and at 15-20 down, somehow i had a feeling he would fight back and win it.
    Me too, during his match, I and Asep (his coach, don't go with him) calling and talk together, We can not breath!

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    Kashyap gave TMN a huge scare, there! Great match!
    He will be up against WCH or Boonsak, in the round of 16. He should be able to overcome either one of them.
    Needs to go get some proper rest now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by allyjack110 View Post
    Just finished watching Tien Minh Nguyen's WC match against India's Parupalli Kashyap. 20-15 down in the final set and comes back to win 22-20. I feel quite sorry for Kashyap because I thought he played extremely well, especially in that final set. But great determination from Nguyen. I really hope he progresses further in this tournament. Well Done.
    Luck also played a part in NTM's win. How could NTM reel 7 points in a row?
    No doubt, Parupalli Kashyap was too eager to close the game with a famous win but just could not do it.
    It was indeed a great match.

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    Frost commented that the two players are essentially "rally" players, depending very much on their physical fitness but unfortunately without a "killer" punch.

    NTM is certainly very strong on his legs and can move fast but in order to advance a notch higher, he needs to work on sharpening his attacking shots.

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    i think NTM did not play too well against Kashyap, just too predictable plus too many unforced errors..

    hope he doesnt do the same for his next round...good luck

    For Kashyap, his failure to win have to blame on himself..as he loses 5 matchpoint in too easy pace....good luck..

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    wow. this guy did well from 15-20. the 20-20 shot was amazing and brutal. Well done to him.

    Kashap broke 4 strings and could have won. The 20-19 shot could have just net instead of pushing outside. Need to kick himself.

    Amazing return from NTM. Well done.

    He will cherish this game forever in his mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    wow. this guy did well from 15-20. the 20-20 shot was amazing and brutal. Well done to him.

    Kashap broke 4 strings and could have won. The 20-19 shot could have just net instead of pushing outside. Need to kick himself.

    Amazing return from NTM. Well done.

    He will cherish this game forever in his mind.
    NTM survived in his match against Kashap by the skin of his teeth where he reeled 7 points in a row to beat Kashap 22-20.
    He has since recharged and beat BP comfortably 21-11, 21-15, in the 3rd round.
    Well done NTM.

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    Yes, Congratulations to Nguyen Tien Minh [7] for arriving at the Quarter-Finals.

    Against Peter Hoeg Gade [3], it won't be easy.

    Let's see what will happen at the end of tonight (they are scheduled to play the last match of Session 2).
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    both ntm and pg is the player i support and respect
    all the best!

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    Watched his match against gade yesterday night, can see nguyen already go all out in the match and fighting for every point and each rally. Unfortunately, GaDE has the experience and secure the game. Better luck next time, tien minh,

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    Thumbs up 2011 Vietnam Open GP: Nguyen Tien Minh won an additional 5,000 points in his ranking

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    Congratulations to World No.7 Nguyen Tien Minh at the Phan Dinh Phung Indoor Stadium (2011 Vietnam Open GP) for taking the MS title on Sunday (28-Aug) in Ho Chi Minh City.

    Nguyen Tien Minh defeated Sho Sasaki (WR No.9) 21-13, 21-17 in 40 minutes.

    Source: http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...D5E&d=20110828

    And Nguyen Tien Minh won an additional 5,000 points in his world ranking.

    Article: http://www.saigon-gpdaily.com.vn/Sport/2011/8/96215/
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    Congratulations to TMN, one of the most consistent players on the circuit! If he can incorporate just a little more aggression and change of pace now, I'd say he's looking good for a medal at the OG next year!

    So, is it safe to say that the real Sasaki was a "no-sho" at the finals?

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    Maybe the BWF should restrict players ranked in the top ten from competing in the the lower tier tournaments like the GP to encourage those young professionals who are just starting up.

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    But for Tien Minh its a bit of national pride at stake as well Now, if Vietnam had a Super Series, it would be a different case.

    Also, Sho Sasaki has been rising thorugh the ranks right from the beginning of this year. He started the year ranked 29, now he's up to 9 in the BWF rankings. I guess its safe to say that he was not ranked 9 when he was entered for this tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    But for Tien Minh its a bit of national pride at stake as well Now, if Vietnam had a Super Series, it would be a different case.

    Also, Sho Sasaki has been rising thorugh the ranks right from the beginning of this year. He started the year ranked 29, now he's up to 9 in the BWF rankings. I guess its safe to say that he was not ranked 9 when he was entered for this tournament.
    I think NTM will one day win a SS MS title and it is hoped that it will be very soon.
    S Sasaki is a late bloomer and he started playing professionally at about the same time as LD and LCW. However, it is better to be an achiever at whatever stage than never at all.

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    Tien Minh is no 1 in Vietnam. Hope he'll win in Asian Game.

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