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    Man.....after saving 6 mp...sasaki finally relent and let HH advanced to the next round. Kinda bummer of an ending...

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    That YOYO HH is a nightmare. No more PAWing on him

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    Arrow 2009 Malaysia Open SS: Pawar should do better

    Quote Originally Posted by vpsingh View Post

    A very interesting contest going on between India's Pawar and Taiwan's Hsuan. Both at 22-22 in first game.

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    This is really not good news for Pawar. He should lead and win his 1st game with ease.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc View Post
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    This is really not good news for Pawar. He should lead and win his 1st game with ease.
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    I know, Indian players have been very unpredicatable and this is one of the reason why this game despite being so popular in India has not produced any good names at world level. Lack of finesse is disturbing for their fans.
    Still hope, with so many participants this time, we get quality play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpsingh View Post
    I know, Indian players have been very unpredicatable and this is one of the reason why this game despite being so popular in India has not produced any good names at world level. Lack of finesse is disturbing for their fans.
    Still hope, with so many participants this time, we get quality play.
    wat do u mean by unpredicatable? I think Indian players are quite predicatable, they usually crash out before R16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpsingh View Post
    I know, Indian players have been very unpredicatable and this is one of the reason why this game despite being so popular in India has not produced any good names at world level. Lack of finesse is disturbing for their fans.
    Still hope, with so many participants this time, we get quality play.
    Finesse? I always thought Indian players possessed a huge amount of finesse. Wasn't their achilles heel fitness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Finesse? I always thought Indian players possessed a huge amount of finesse. Wasn't their achilles heel fitness?
    You can say that. But being an Indian I will certainly prefer using word finesse

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    Hsieh Yu Hsin leading comfortably vs LTS

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpsingh View Post
    You can say that. But being an Indian I will certainly prefer using word finesse
    I think Indian players still playing the style of 80-ish! Lop & Drop...

    And seldom see them on international tournament for the past few years, maybe due to no-government support?


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    still neck to neck in Pawar's match....and this is 3rd set.....

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    I wish there were badminton channel in our country. It's just so sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by venkatesh View Post

    I wish there were badminton channel in our country. It's just so sad.
    I thought badminton is gaining some miles in the phillipines...

    we dont have dedicated badminton channel too.. sometimes there are no show too

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    Angry 2009 Malaysia Open SS: Andrew Smith out in Round 1

    Quote Originally Posted by vpsingh View Post

    I know, Indian players have been very unpredictable and this is one of the reason why this game despite being so popular in India has not produced any good names at world level.

    Lack of finesse is disturbing for their fans.

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    Don't worry ... English players are just the same.
    I thought Andrew Smith would win comfortably in his first match, but he's just lost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    I thought badminton is gaining some miles in the phillipines...

    we dont have dedicated badminton channel too.. sometimes there are no show too
    Actually, yes. Badminton is gradually becoming popular here. But still, there's no cable channel that provides live feeding of tournaments (or at least, none that I know of). Solar Sports (or maybe Studio 23) shows a badminton match on Saturdays. But that's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by venkatesh View Post

    I wish there were badminton channel in our country. It's just so sad.

    why dont u try this link
    http://tournamentsoftware.com/sport/....aspx?id=26435

    click on the Virtual Livescore... at least u can check out live result of the games...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc View Post
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    Don't worry ... English players are just the same.
    I thought Andrew Smith would win comfortably in his first match, but he's just lost.
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    But you still have (or used to ??) one of the strongest pair in Mixed Doubles...

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    Well Pawar has lost but Sridhar is through to next round. Some good news for Indian fans :-)

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