2011 German Open GPG: Day 5 Sat 05-Mar (Semi-Finals)

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  1. 2cents

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    Boonsak Ponsana [3] almost got eliminated in the gruesome 1st round against a French player. Then after surviving that, he beat 3 Japanese players in a row. In another word, if Boonsak not there, Japanese would be dominate in that quarter.
     
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    No upset by the WD's Kim/Kim. JPN pair won 21-14, 21-13.

    Meannwhile LD won first set 21-11.
     
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    Ooh no, the same music again.
     
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    LD bt BP 21-11, 21-11.

    Now, the final match, KKK/TBH vs JJS/LYD. The Astro commentator make me more sleepy only.
     
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    Koreans are beating the pulp out of KKK-TBH, attack, defence, speed , power, accuracy..Koreans are a notch above
     
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    Who is that Astro comentator?? Blardy annoying..Kept on pronouncing Lee Yong Dee, Lee Yong Dee..looks like he is first day into his job..where's Gillian Clark
     
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    9-21, now 11-17 KKK-TBH trailing badly
     
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    11-18...hopeless
     
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    maatchpoint now..game over..hardly 20 minutes..worst defeat
     
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    JJS/LYD bt KKK/TBH 21-9, 21-11. What a one way match. KKK/TBH never lead before or even tie the score except for 0-0 throughout this match.
     
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    What a waste of time staying awake to watch a terribly lopsided match, LYD-JJS bt KKK-TBH 21-9, 21-11
     
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    Yes, I think this is KKK/TBH worst defeat to JJS/LYD.
     
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    I'm a big KOR fan, but I'm disappointed after this match. I always try to root for MAS players, because I want MAS to keep their status as one of the "big" badminton nations, if possible ahead of Korea. But it seems that other countries invest in all categories, whereas Malaysia is living only through Lee Chong Wei :(
     
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    You are.... WRONG!!! (hehe :p)

    As predicted, Reiko and Shintaro burst into the final. I should be playing PAW, still have the touch :D
     
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    Conclusion: KKK-TBH don't seem to be determined enough to win, turning attacking opportunity into defence..not the other way around..and their defence sucked..JJS is having a great day, whacking down shots till kingdom comes..TBH's lift went out so many times. .KKK tried some fancy shots..failed miserably as usual..They are slow and not steady..forget about All England, Olympics 2012, WC if they played like that..don't talk about opponents from CHN, KOR, INA or DEN..they will have big problems even playing against JPN, TW, ENG players..
     
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    How come the astro commentator keep on say that the Korea pair who won was Ko/Yoo... diff from the live score software.. actually who are winning
     
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    For you Ayane fans, a few I took from last year
     

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    YES...that commentator read and read all the facts..like a giving a lecture of the record of the past winners of German Open,,he was not even commenting..annoying to the extreme..don't know who the hell is he?????
     
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    Ayane must have improved her play quite a bit over the last 1/2 year. Considering she's not that experienced, she dispatched WMC rather comfortably. Would like to have a chance to download this match to assess her progress.
     
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    Why are Blair/White seeded, while Ikeda/Shiota aren't? The Japanese pair is higher up in the World Rankings.
     

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