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    Whenever I see WSX's highly accurate skills, I think she should be from the Chinese Circus Team. Small and highly skilled.


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    Default Wang Shixian in Korea Open 2010

    Signing for fans.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommy_bun View Post
    Congratz WSX for being China's saviour........Go...Shi Xian....
    she got an unbelievable good mentality and confidence...

    down 14-19, 16-19 and 17-20 in SF and finals, and just kept calm and go on to win the matches...

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    Default ^^It's partly..^^

    ..because of her opponents who collapsed also, esp. in the Semifinal Rd. (near end of 2nd game which almost forced a rubber game).

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    I will keep an eye on her pereformance today against wang yi han

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    hmm, got a chance to watch wang yi han's vs wang shi xian in front of my eye just now.
    WSX is just so pretty. Unfortunately she lost the match. From what i see, Wang yi han is in full top form that match, while WSX looks tired and fatigue though.

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    Some pics of that match.
    Hope u enjoy the pic as much as i enjoy the match despite wong mew choo's match is in progress and jian yan jiao..Hard to concentrate on so many matches though. Luckily i'm seating at the lower tier there. No need to turn my head left and right.
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    2 more pics.........
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    congrulations to Wang Y H .. but Wang S X did a great job ...

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    Default All England - Wang Shi Xian

    In anticipation of the upcoming 100th All England Championships, I want to hype up Wang Shi Xian for the occasion.


    The talented shuttler, who just turned 20 a few weeks ago, has already convincingly beat many higher ranked, more experienced players in her young career. Her ownage list is a long one, with the most impressive being Wang Yi Han, Wang Lin, Wang Xin, Lu Lan, and Tine Rasmussen. On the same note, the two shuttlers she has yet to defeat are 1) Saina Nehwal, who has not met WSX ever since their semifinal at the 2008 Junior World Championships, and 2) Jiang Yan Jiao, who has taken WSX down in straight sets at the 2009 HK Open SS and 2009 China Open SS. It looks to me that JYJ is WSX Achilles’s Heel at the moment. What is interesting is that the two are set to clash in the second round of the AE. When/If they do meet, I’d like to see how WSX counters JYJ’s deep corner clears that kept WSX from coming forward to the net all match long. Third time’s the charm? For now, let’s take a closer look at Wang Shi Xian's game.

    Most notable for: court awareness, tumbling netshot, crosscourt netshot, crosscourt dropshot.
    In a nutshell: A gritty player… Uses more finesse than power, is more methodical than explosive… Nevertheless, likes to end rallies quicker than classic defensive players… Netplay is poetry in motion… Creates more net cords from netshots than any other player, by far... Armed with a deadly slice anywhere within the doubles long service line… Has a knack for finding No Man’s Land… Nimble footwork… Mixes up tempo well enough to keep opponents guessing… Possesses the technique and reflexes to defend well too… Needs more power and consistency on clears… Struggles when pinned to the backcourt corners... Needs to improve stamina.
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    Congrats WSX on your 2nd SS title in 2010. Keep it up!!

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    hehe yep! good way to bounce back after the AE. much support

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    Way to go! Her drop shots are as delicate as ever, her smashes now have a bit more sting.

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    She always floated like a butterfly, but now she also stings like a bee.

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    Default Photos from Swiss Open 2010

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/popeyee/4462278830/" title="Wang Shixian by Popeyee, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4034/...95722d94ba.jpg" width="500" height="500" alt="Wang Shixian" /></a>

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    Photos of Wang Shixian at the Swiss Open 2010

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/popeyee...7623565350349/

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