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Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / China Open 2011' started by chris-ccc, Nov 23, 2011.
My buteeeeeeeeeeeetttt...hikshikshiks :crying:
Lots of loud cheering. Must have been an exciting rally involving Fu/Cai and indeed they did win a point to lead 15-13 in G3. The JPN pair is pushing them to the edge
Towi/Liliyana can't fullfill their seeding position lost straight-sets 15-21 / 13-21 to Danish veteran pair Laybourn/Juhl
So INA only have two representatives in last eight round, Simon and most likely Kido/Setiawan in this SSP.
Like I said, sometimes they are not inconsistens Tontowi/Lyliana lost 17-21, 13-21
MD: Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng (1)(CHN) bt (JPN) Yoshiteru Hirobe/Kenta Kazuno 91-21, 21-11, 21-15
Local fave, Cai/Fu through to QF after finish tough match against Hirobe/Kazuno, 19-21 / 21-11 / 21-15. Next, another Japanese pair will be their opponent Kawamae/Sato.
Listening in to the Indian coaching staff and Gopichand is giving instructions in English during the interval.Gutta also chipping in her 2 cents worth in English
Indeed Jwala has a very attractive body form and smooth complexion... a buxom look
Gutta's body language is horrible towards her partner. Blaming Diju for almost every point lost. I would find that pretty demoralizing
Alright, to each their own. I suppose there's more to enjoy
XD: Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen (3)(DEN) bt (IND) V. Diju/Jwala Gutta 21-14, 21-14... twin scores
Next up is LCW v Tago
Hmmm... noticed the umpires, service judges and line judges all wear Yonex jackets in a Li Ning sponsored tournament
Bae Youn Joo trashed Sayaka Sato 21-8 in G1
alot of good matches in today's lineup
Tago is smart, hitting to LCW's body right away and getting a point
Tago is reading CW's game slightly better
Those are compression shorts, pretty hard to hide underneath a short skirt ...
Tago benefits a lot from playing LCW so often, he's improving significantly
When LCW plays aggressive, Tago has no chance.