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Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open 2011' started by chris-ccc, Oct 16, 2011.
Darn! Thai-Malaysia WD match shifted to court 1.
Evans may have lost....
But Sapsiree is doing great in her doubles!
And how wrong I am. The Thais are having their way with the supposedly superior MAS pair. I think they're having a cup of tea during the interval. 11-1
Wow, is this what you call mowing down? 17-3 .
Quite an impressive run from 7-14 to 19-14 in third.. I guess the sides in Odense are pretty different wind-wise?
21-4. Now that was embarrassing for the MAS pair. Has talk of how good they are after their INA GPG win gone to their heads?
I think you are referring to the MD match right? From what I've seen on the TV court, there is a drift coming towards the viewer. In the Evans v Ouseph match, Evans lost control playing with the drift.
Once again the Thai girls start to take control 2-2 to 6-2
They had pretty good results in the past. I wish the organisers had waited a few more minutes for court 2 to be available. What's left now is just the imagination .
Funny, even the commentator mentioned the last match on court 2 (TV) would be this one but, as you said, what's the rush? The last 2 matches had already been written off. Too bad for us.
The Thais have 10 points. The MAS pair are finally in double digits... in total... over 2 games.
Most likely explanation is one or both carrying an injury.
Savitree Amitrapai has a relatively short name.
Don't matter now. They're toast. 21-14
Sapsiree won all 4 of her matches today. Bravo!
Not as short as Bodin Issara. I think that's the shortest of all the Thai player names I've come across
Cool girl. Tomorrow is going to be an interesting day .
Poor girl plays WS v Li Xuerui @ 11:40am, then a quick turnaround for her WS match v Lennartsson/Wengberg @ 1:40pm.
Yes, if she plays WS against the Swedish WD pair, I think she may have a tough time
Well.....maybe not Sorry for the typo
Yes, I was referring to the thai vs. MAS MD