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    Does anybody know, where I can watch Linda defeated TTY full match in the Djarum Superliga last time?
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    (Birmingham, 6/2/2013) Chinese player is a good player but that does not mean they can not be defeated. This is what Liang Chiu Sia stated,the Head Coach of Women's Singles in PBSI to her players, Linda Wenifanetri shortly before she played with Wang Yihan.


    Linda's victory over Yihan in the first round of All England 2013 is the moment that she will never forget by the Indonesia women's single player who are ranks 18 in the world. Could topple one of the world's best players will certainly inject spirit in Linda.

    "From the beginning I have stressed to Linda, that she could win from Yihan. Chinese player is a good player, but that does not mean they can not be defeated as long as we control and manage the game "said Chiu Sia who is a former player who carried the flag of China.

    According to Chiu Sia, Linda key to success is that she is able to control Yihan who could change the game.

    "Linda was a tenacious player, she can run right tactics. She can also withstand Yihan who want to play fast. In addition, Linda also gave the ball which is unpleasant for Yihan position, so I'm not surprised she could win "added the former coach's Susi Susanti.

    The result today is expected Chiu Sia be a lesson for other women players, that we can tear down the walls of China with the right 'guns' and the strategy of 'war'.

    source :http://badmintonindonesia.org/app/in...ail.aspx?/1712

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    At first round All England, Linda beaten WYH in stright set only?!
    Ehmm... Looks difficult to find their video match cz just first ronud

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    she went through next round beating the Thai girl.

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    I am not happy that Linda always served high to Tine. She was not quick and too many high shot returned that was easily smashed / dropped shot by Tine. It was not a good strategy since the beginning. Liang Chiu Sia should have anticipated this and reversed Linda's strategy already before it was too late. It is a wasted opportunity!

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    Linda is rank #15 now.. it is her higher rank she ever achieved in her career. keep it up.

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    congrats for her Singapore Open Semifinal appearence.. her first ever SF in a SS tourney.

    She is currently rank #13.. and will move ahead against next week! good job Linda!

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    Linda showed that she has a gut to catch up when she got behind. And she prove it through to such a strong opponent like Wang Yihan. But I wonder why she got far behind in all 3 sets. I think that part must be improved to make her stronger to be an elite WS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drquick View Post
    Linda showed that she has a gut to catch up when she got behind. And she prove it through to such a strong opponent like Wang Yihan. But I wonder why she got far behind in all 3 sets. I think that part must be improved to make her stronger to be an elite WS.
    Yup, she won game 1 after trailed 11-17 behind and she almost did it in decider.

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    Linda's latest match with WYH shows she is only slightly behind her...further improvement would easily put her in the top 10...

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    It's so lovely to watch Linda's match... smooth and elegant, full of skills

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    I love to watch the match today....she improved a lot and developing into allrounder player. I enjoy her strong nerve and die hard mentality. Keep going girl

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    All credit for linda. Watching her performance against saina and wyh is really giving new hope for ina ws glory after so long in rock bottom.
    And i think linda also show some good consistency since late ast year to be top ten ws player

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    Quote Originally Posted by jks_niceguy View Post
    All credit for linda. Watching her performance against saina and wyh is really giving new hope for ina ws glory after so long in rock bottom.
    And i think linda also show some good consistency since late ast year to be top ten ws player
    We also hope Bella can follow her path and consistency. LCS bring new hope of INA WS. I hope she also can find another more talents. Firda era almost finish I think. Maria Febe is quite improve but not consistent. Still have chance on April and Desi Hera, but it depends on the players as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dieter_spath View Post
    It's so lovely to watch Linda's match... smooth and elegant, full of skills
    Quote Originally Posted by winzerer View Post
    I love to watch the match today....she improved a lot and developing into allrounder player. I enjoy her strong nerve and die hard mentality. Keep going girl
    yes.. like her lazy style. but her lazy style still not as good as Susi or MKY to watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by chemile View Post
    We also hope Bella can follow her path and consistency. LCS bring new hope of INA WS. I hope she also can find another more talents. Firda era almost finish I think. Maria Febe is quite improve but not consistent. Still have chance on April and Desi Hera, but it depends on the players as well.
    I have a bigger hope on April than Bella actually. But somehow, Bella show a better result lately. Hope all of them can break into top 20. For the sake of good seeding in UC. so The Sudirman Cup 2013 case won't happen again. I believe Greysia/Nitya will break into top 8 soon, and i think Pia/Rizky will stay in top 8 until the UC.

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