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Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / China Open 2011' started by chris-ccc, Nov 23, 2011.
MS G1: Simon Santoso (INA) 21 - 15 (INA)(8) Taufik Hidayat
connection kinda choppy.
not sure who is weaker, Kim Ha Na or Pan Pan...
Kim has actually bulked up a bit. At the Canadian Open, she looked positively anorexic. Anyway she's quite weak, even weaker than Pan Pan. BLEAH! Wash my mouth out with soap for saying that.
WD: Cheng/Pan lead 11-4 against Jung/Kim in G2
WS: Wang Xin (3)(CHN) bt (THA) Porntip Buranaprasertsuk 21-19, 21-10
MD: Ko Sung Hyun Ko/Yoo Yeon Seong (4)(KOR) bt (TPE) Chen Hung Ling/Lin Yu Lang 21-16, 21-11
Don't like the Korean body language. Not encouraging. 7-13
TH is being generous to his junior
Wang Xin duly dispatched of Porntip in two straights 21-19,21-10 while Taufik is staring defeat in the face having lost G1 21-15,now trailing 7-16
agree. when i first saw her in the US Open. i couldn't believe how skinny she is. but yet, she can smash way harder than me....
Hsien is pretty good looking.
MS: Simon Santoso (INA) bt (INA)(8) Taufik Hidayat 21-15, 21-10
WD: Cheng Shu/Pan Pan (CHN) bt (KOR) Jung Kyung Eun/Kim Ha Na 21-18, 21-15
Alas the cuties weren't good enough. Lost 21-15 in G2
Noticed on the BWF feed there are 2 commentators. GC and Wright? Not sure.
Keep your eyes on the road!
The TPE coach is so calm and cool with his instructions even after his charges lost G1 21-15
HSIEH Pei Chen from Chinese Taipei
Yes it is GC and Ian Wright. Confirmed
This TPE pair is so smiley.
Great news,BWF channel on youtube will be showing both semi-final sessions instead of just one as happened in the HK Open,hoped I'm not mistaken. Looks like our grouses - asking that innocent,at most ignorant but certainly not stupid, question:why show only the afternoon semi-final and not the evening's ? - were heard. Even then, BWF ,knowing it's not their own fault, wouldn't have mind nor taken offence; after all, youtube is hugely popular and has such a wide far-ranging reach and impact,the advertisers and sponsors,not least BWF itself,will be mighty pleased - that's also why Google bought over Youtube. All those badminton fans and lovers who have no access to pay-per-view TV as well as those willing to pay good quality online live streaming should be delighted now,all thanks to BWF and the organizers of Li Ning China Open SS Premier.
WD: Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei (2)(CHN) bt (TPE) Hsieh Pei Chen/Wang Pei Rong 21-15, 21-14
XD: Maneepong Jongjit/Savitree Amitapai (THA) bt (DEN) Mads Pieler Kolding/Julie Houmann 21-12, 22-20