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This one is what I am watching now:
I found the following sites may work:
You can try this link:
Found a livestream site but it could be in Chinese since it is from Taiwan. It starts from quarter final on 17/07 at 1200 local time....
Found another livestream for Chinese Masters.
I could not find one for court 1 but found another one for court 2.
I agree and I am not sure if she still can stay in the Chinese national team in a few years time because we all know how hard it is to do that -...
She is one of the future stars (only 17 year old?) but we may need a few more years to find out if she can make it because some young players...
Thank you very much.
Agree and if we based on the junior titles won in recent years, quite a few players from countries other than China would have come up to a level...
I think BWF has some part of blame in the incident at London Olympics 2012 as the system was never tried before and I hope it will not be used...
Agree and I believe for INA team, the key is winning the first single match. If Tommy loses to CL then the pressure is on Ahsan/Setiawan because...
You are correct. According to the BWF records, XS' birthday is 1/22/1994.
However, I am not sure if he is the next CL (maybe THW is ahead of him)...
Thank you Alan.
XS is ranking #50 now and I believe he will go up a few positions after today's result. Let's hope he can make it.
Agree and I think the coach may give too many advices during the match which may unsettle SK a bit too.
I thought XS was gone when he was 12-19 down with the way SK was playing but what a come back we have.
Hope he can build on from his first senior title now and see him in June in Australia again.
China may find their Fu/Cai replacement sooner than they hope for.
Watch out for these two chinese junior pairs and one of them could be the Fu/Cai replacement if they can stick together for a while.