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

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  1. Gicutzu

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    Lin Dan takes the first game against Sho Sasaki, 21-16.
     
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    I undestand our Vietnam players now, and how the system plan for them, honestly i don't have any hope on it!
     
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    As expected, Sho Sasaki forces Lin Dan to rubber games, but Lin Dan should turn out the winner in the end.
     
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    Unless SS can surprise by giving it all out in the last 5 points to stop LD from attacking!:D
     
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    Hehehe, predicting a 21-16? ;)
     
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    This is not very good. LD has 3 smash winners against none from SS!
     
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    SS must not panick and should smash back at every opportunity!
    LCW held back many times and lost in the past!
     
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    Now interval with LD on top with 5 smash winners 11-6, against none from SS again!
     
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    First smash winner from SS but still trailing 8-11.
     
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    SS better close the gap quickly before LD smashes him point blank again!
     
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    Loh, LD was at the bad end now. So he increased the pace in the first half of 3rd set to pull away the score from SS. LD knows he has a little problem with the bad end which is why he needed the lead.

    If I am SS, I won't be panicked just yet since I am at the good end till the end of 3rd set. Patient and good attacking play is the key for him to win this.
     
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    Jiang Yanjiao [5] def. Liu Xin [4] def. 17-21, 21-14, 23-21
     
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    Comfortable lead by LD 16-9. Come on SS, smash, smash, smash - otherwise he is not living up to his SS name!
     
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    Wang Yihan [2] def. Sapsiree Taerattanachai [Q] 21-9, 21-19
     
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    On Court 4, Chai Biao/Guo Zhendong [5] vs. Liu Xiaolong/Qiu Zihan. Liu/Qiu are ranked 36th in the world, while Chai/Guo are ranked 41st.
     
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    My goodness 7 smash winners for LD now with a huge lead 17-11. No wonder SS can't smash as readily as LD as he is in the bad end, right?
     
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    Very good exposure for Sapsiree, the inaugural YOG champ.
     
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    On Court 3, Bao Chunlai [7] vs. Boonsak Ponsana [3]. Boonsak is ranked 5th in the world, while BCL is ranked 13th. The head to head record is 5-1 in favor of BCL, with the last victory registered at the 2009 Singapore Super Series (21-19, 16-21, 21-15).
     
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    Though SS has narrowed the score to 15-18, with 3 smash winners so far, it may be too late to catch up now.
     
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    Wow another smash winner for SS bringing it to just a point difference, 17-18.
     

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