2011 China Masters: Semi-Finals on Saturday 17-September

Discussion in 'Chinese Taipei GP Gold / China Masters 2011' started by chris-ccc, Sep 16, 2011.

  1. skchen

    skchen Regular Member

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    I wonder why BCL of China has not been entered to play in the 2011 China Masters Tournament.
    Is it another of those ploys by LYB to sideline him for good?
    The same goes for Lu Lan and Zhu Lin.
     
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    On the other hand I think Lin Dan etc. could claim that they won against some high-ranked players AlanY(UK) has never beaten :)
     
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    Hahaha...why people are so upset....we have predicted that CJ would win..eventhough we know in real truth....it is tough for CJ to win...CJ will face Sasaki next week, China is worried if he loses again...thats why he needs more points than LD....China's game is well read...
     
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    LOL, you're good, Hau-ge! :D
     
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    Most of us know of CHN's manipulation but there are some die hard CHN's fans who are in denial mode.
     
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    Hahaha.......Shd be 'China Manipulates Badminton Championship' :D :D :D
     
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    It was very smart of LCW to skip this China Manipulates Badminton Championship.

    Pity my favourite PG. He has to battle it alone without LCW and TH.
     
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    Even before Lin Dan plays Chen Jin, I already expected Lin Dan to first eliminate Sho Sasaki to pave the way for Chen Jin before stage-managing his own defeat.
     
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    LD used up too much energy beating SS therefore losing to CJ. Haha.
     
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    this is my theory about Lin Dan loss to Chen Jin :

    1. He was not playing well this week. Nearly lost to HH.
    2. He might be trying to put LCW into thinking that he peaked at WC so if they meet in Japan Open final, he can unexpectedly play the right strategy to beat LCW.

    Anyway, it is hard to keep playing at the same high level of performance throughout one year. But of course he is losing to a team mate will always start the suspicion. And that's what the Chinese players get because of what the past team order did. Karma
     
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    Now watch the match and see if you want to revise your comment?
     
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    Or he can simply take it easy and "show" that he is off form, so he without to much questions can bow out early in Japan and let CL have his go at sparring and learning/adjusting what tactics to apply against LCW in Japan :)

    /T
     
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    support manipulation !!
     
  14. nokh88

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    Most players enter into a tournament and plan to progress one match at a time.
    CHN has a problem. They have to plan several matches ahead. Who should win, who should lose, who should concede walkovers and who should get injured but it is a very happy problem.
     
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    so u guys wasted half day to watch china drama?
    lol
    glad that i choose to go and spend my sunday with friends
    more worth
    haha
    congrats to my fave lyd
     
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    haha. Jealousy
     
  17. nokh88

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    No, not wasted. It was very dramatic and LYD, my favourite player too, won.
     
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    I was coaching and missed the match. watching it now. Impressed with koreans. ;)
     
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    You see. the announcer said AGs are not counted head to head. So, who still idolise AG?? ;)
     

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