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    Yeah the crowd loves her !!
    After WSX save 2 match point, at 19/20, everybody was crying and then she won the last point, that was totally incredible, EVERY PEOPLE claped for her win..

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    too bad there was no vid of her celebration...she must be real happy....I understand the Belarusian badminton association is not sending her to enough tournaments that's why she moved to poland?

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    Olga, you beat my sweet heart.........bad u.........so bad.......... ^^............

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    I'll support Olga and hoping that she will replace Camilla martin

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    she need to beat tina R. first

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    folks, come over, she's playing in Berlin this weekend actually she's the only reason I gonna go there to watch a german badminton league event LOL
    Anyway, her web page wasn't working, so I asked badzine to remove the wrong link there is no new one, gonna ask her where she is hiding it

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    Olga needs onsite coaching, she was alone when playing against lady Pi in FO.
    She might have won the 1st game.... best luck to her.

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    I am sure Olga will be able to create threat to the chinese WS in the future. If so, there will be more interesting matches in the future whenever Olga is playing against any chinese WS. I would like to watch Olga to challenge all the chinese WS. Haha..

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    Default what about her XD skills?

    sometimes it looks to me like she is doing better in mixed matches than in her single battles.
    But maybe it's only because of her yoyo playing in singles. She's playing best if there's nothing to loose, either in the beginning if she's the underdog or later in the match if she's almost down.
    the main problem seems to appear when she start's to play 'safely' when having a little advantage in a game and she stopps the attacking play.
    I hope she's not working on her new nickname 'Ms Yoyo'

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    was watching her today - in singles she won against Juliane Schenk who is ranked a little better - but she needed the rubber. Schenk was out of steam in the rubber, I guess simply because she played the WD just 1 hour before the WS match
    Olga played the mixed match later much better, her skills on the net and reflexes are great

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    Default 2 victories on Sat but not going to HK

    what a pity, after she did quite well during European SS tour in Netherlands, Danmark and France, she is not going to China this week
    On Saturday she played quite well, beating higher ranked Juliane Schenk for the first time in 3 games and later on she won the mixed match while showing her great skills on netplay and reflexes.
    to me it still looks like she is better in XD than in single matches
    the link if you understand german:

    http://www.badmintondeutschland.de/a...tzenspiel.html

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    Why she's not participating in the HKG and China Open?

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    Why she's not participating in the HKG and China Open?
    Hi George, just figured out why she was not traveling to Indonesia last week. You know that I always complain european countries to not let their talents play in SS. Now they even did the worse - what a mess. They organized the european team cup event last week while the top event of badminton was held in Jakarta. Crazy, I don't know what was crossing their minds when doing that. Same fault as it would be to have German tennis championships while the Wimbledon tournament is running! It is simply a mess - donno what we can do to replace these organizers? Any idea is highly welcome!
    So due to that schedule Olga was playing this european final event - she delivered very well and even took a victory in WD when playing european champions.
    She is not injured and obviously doing well - hope we can see her in SS events soon!
    the link to latest article is this one:
    http://www.badzine.info/index.php/ne...rebrucken.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuwichert View Post
    Hi George, just figured out why she was not traveling to Indonesia last week. You know that I always complain european countries to not let their talents play in SS. Now they even did the worse - what a mess. They organized the european team cup event last week while the top event of badminton was held in Jakarta. Crazy, I don't know what was crossing their minds when doing that. Same fault as it would be to have German tennis championships while the Wimbledon tournament is running! It is simply a mess - donno what we can do to replace these organizers? Any idea is highly welcome!
    So due to that schedule Olga was playing this european final event - she delivered very well and even took a victory in WD when playing european champions.
    She is not injured and obviously doing well - hope we can see her in SS events soon!
    the link to latest article is this one:
    http://www.badzine.info/index.php/ne...rebrucken.html
    LOL, my that that post was was back last year.
    Anyway, thanks for telling me why she did not participate in this year's INA open.

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    she is a massive talent but she needs to participate in more big tournaments...

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    LOL, my that that post was was back last year.
    Anyway, thanks for telling me why she did not participate in this year's INA open.
    I know, but I keep an eye on her so I checked out her thread after I was missing her again and figured out that it needs to get updated LOL
    Anyway, I guess for the WC we can have some hope to see her. Hopefully also in doubles or mixed tournaments, from what I have seen, she has a huge talent for that

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