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    Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang [2] def. Shizuka Matsuo/Mami Naito [7] 21-6, 21-18

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    Still 50-50 for SF for NTM! I don't hate DPY, just i think if NTM and Boonsak go to SF will better for country rest of China!

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Surprisingly, Alvent/AG take the second set 21-14, despite trailing 1-8 at the early stage and losing the first-set 17-21.

    Can Alvent/AG win this one?
    I hope so.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by hungle View Post
    Still 50-50 for SF for NTM! I don't hate DPY, just i think if NTM and Boonsak go to SF will better for country rest of China!
    This is what I'm thinking as well. More variety is better than CHN dominance.

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    NTM take lead 4-2 in staring for second game, good signal for future!

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    On Court 4, Liu Xin [4] vs. Jiang Yanjiao [5]. LX is ranked 5th in the world, while JYJ is ranked 6th.

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    5-3 now, 6-3 now, keep going M!

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    Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei [6] def. Cheng Wen Hsing/Chien Yu Chin [1] 21-19, 21-11

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    NTM leading 8-5!

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    @Gicutzu: Except NTm, whick player you are support now?

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    8-8 now, don't stop walking NTM! Let run faster than DPY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hungle View Post
    @Gicutzu: Except NTm, whick player you are support now?
    I always support Malaysian and Indonesian players, so I'm supporting Alvent Yulianto Chandra and Hendra Aprida Gunawan in their match right now.

    Usually in matches between CHN and another country, I support the non-CHN player/pair But there are exceptions, for example now I will support Lin Dan against Sho Sasaki

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    On Court 2, Lin Dan [1] vs. Sho Sasaki [11]. LD is ranked 3rd in the world, while the Japanese is ranked 19th. The head to head record is 2-0 in favor of LD, with the last victory registered at the 2009 Sudirman Cup (21-12, 21-13).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gicutzu View Post
    On Court 2, Lin Dan [1] vs. Sho Sasaki [11]. LD is ranked 3rd in the world, while the Japanese is ranked 19th. The head to head record is 2-0 in favor of LD, with the last victory registered at the 2009 Sudirman Cup (21-12, 21-13).
    I think SS now have good performance now, he just df NTM in Australian open! and CJ also go homw by SS! I think he may make an suppise today!

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    now 10-15 again for NTM, so sad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gicutzu View Post
    This is what I'm thinking as well. More variety is better than CHN dominance.
    "Variety" should be arrived by pure competitiveness and quality. the better one wins.

    if players of other countries lacks competitiveness and quality, no one could fix their place in the next round to ensure the so-called "variety".

    if players of other countries do have the competitiveness and quality, "variety" would naturally arrive, we no need to wish... so work harder, non-Chinese players!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hungle View Post
    Still 50-50 for SF for NTM! I don't hate DPY, just i think if NTM and Boonsak go to SF will better for country rest of China!
    It's very hard for NTM and Boonsak

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