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I know, SYQ is in the opposite half alone. Still...no consolation that the only two TPE MS are drawn against each other in the opening round.
I feel that if Kosetskaya has an even better coach and sparring partner(s), she would improve even more.
What? All four CHN MS in the same quadrant?! Horrible draw.
Another early exit for Akane, this time at the hands of Cheung Ngan Yi
I was about to say, what a fightback by Ginting just when all seems lost but, oh no, he lost the deuce, 20-22. Have to salute Brice Leverdez's...
What happens to livestreams, only Sportszone has it?
Heartiest congratulations to Wang Zhiyi for capturing her first back-to-back titles, albeit both Super100 events, and her fifth for the year and...
Admittedly, Wang Zhiyi capturing back-to-back titles (for the first time?), albeit both S100 low tier events, is commendable.
Glad to be proven wrong,G3 changes complexion, the CHN WD pair playing a different game to emerge champion.
WJC WD: Lin/Zhou is not able to keep attacking and defending well enough, the WD title should be INA's.
EK smashes a sitter into the net at a crucial moment, 18-19 to hand 2 championship points to WZY who duly converted with a well-played final rally.
Suddenly EK squanders a good lead with a string of errors
Evgenia Kosetskaya has improved considerably, and fitness not bad. Wang Zhiyi is already showing some signs of fatigue in G2, it seems.
G1 not what I expected, Kunlavut overwhelms Christo Popov, 21-8. KV is the most experienced of the junior circuit players currently, apart from...
The Adcocks beaten by the Dutch XD pair, Robin/Selena, unexpectedly for me.
This one, the WJC MS , should be a good fight. Perhaps a slight edge to the more experienced two-time champion, Kunlavut
Surprisingly, onlyTan Ning was able to push Gunji hard, stretching her to three sets and losing by a mere two points, 21-19, in the decider, even...
Zhou Meng's confidence shattered
Riko is so aggressive, an outstanding attacking player. I think she will go far one day.
Lakshya Sen's stamina is not bad, of course, he's skillful as well, and that's what's needed to beat Yusuke, a remarkable retriever.