2011 BAC: Day 4 (Friday 22-April) Quarter-Finals

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  1. hungle

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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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    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 :D But there are exceptions, for example now I will support Lin Dan against Sho Sasaki :D:D
     
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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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    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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    "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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    It's very hard for NTM and Boonsak :D
     
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    I don't want too much variety either :D

    East and Southeast Asia should still dominate :D
     
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    10-17 now, DPY take 7 consecutive points!
     
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    Xu Chen/Zhang Nan [6] def. Alvent Yulianto Chandra/Hendra Aprida Gunawan [4] 21-17, 14-21, 21-12
     
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    13-17, last 3 minutes for NTM to make an rubber!
     
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    no live telecast or stream for today matches...?!
     
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    Apparently there will only be coverage for the semifinals and finals.
     
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    Sho Sasaki leading 11-8 against Lin Dan at the interval.
     
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    Du Pengyu [6] def. Nguyen Tien Minh [4] 21-15, 21-17 :(
     
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    See you nest week in HCMC, NTM! Thank you for supporting my man, Gicutzu!
     
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    I'll always support him, but I hope he won't be the only one carrying the Vietnamese flag to glory like he is now. More Vietnamese players and pairs have to start producing good results like NTM.
     
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    On Court 3, Sapsiree Taerattanachai [Q] vs. Wang Yihan [2]. WYH is ranked 2nd in the world, while Sapsiree is ranked 133rd.
     
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    On Court 1, Lu Lan vs. Li Xuerui [6]. LXR is ranked 13th in the world, while LL is ranked 27th. LXR has beaten LL once before, at the 2009 China SS (21-17, 21-19).
     

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