2011 China Open SSP: Round 2 Thu 24-Nov

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  1. kuwichert

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    Peter makes his way, the Chinese junior runs out of ideas, looks good, Go Peter Go!
     
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    21-12, well done by the Veteran! Congrats to Peter!
     
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    don't think du pengyu is junior anymore..lol
     
  4. AlanY

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    everyone is junior compare with PG
     
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    Thats very true !
     
  6. Justin L

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    Just as in G1,Petya coming back from behind, now 20-all in G2
     
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    21-all,exciting, Li Han go for it!
     
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    well, so much for Taufik's "pact", he cannot even get pass SS. pretty tamely too looking at the scoreline.
     
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    that's an upset for sure!
     
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    Chen Jin vs. Chen Long tomorrow. i'd hate to be the one strategizing in the China team. wouldn't have much hair left by now.
     
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    petya beat another chinese...petya is a good player...perhaps not blessed with the physical attributes of badminton player...but she does remind me of mia audina
     
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    It's Petya's day, Li Han bows out. That makes Yao Xue's victory over Tine all the more impressive
     
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    She's Han Li not the other way round. Her surname is Han.
     
  14. Justin L

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    Save your hairline (receding already?),not worth it. They may repeat what happened in HK SS, but I'd much prefer to see Chen Long in the Final vs either Lin Dan or Lee CW, doesn't matter which one.
     
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    How do you watch? Via hahasport?
     
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    That's right,surname or family name in front ( I just thought Li is her surname),the Westerner always do it the other way;for us Chinese,the family comes first.
     
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    I think Liu Xin has had enough,being outshone by Li Xuerui though they both started the same time.
     
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    Hey, I'm late to come here today. and I'm surprised by the (most) result.
    How come Tontowi/Natsir lost? anything problem with them?

    where can I watch live streaming?
     
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    Even a super machine needs regular maintenance to keep it well-oiled and in tip-top condition,not so the Invincible Duo, Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang; they are a nightmare,a monster even when they are working at 70 or 80% ! Only they can decide when to have a break, but fat hope for their opponents so far.
     
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    What's the uproar about? Chen Xiaojia having other ideas? Sorry,Liu Xin.
     

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