2011 Japan Open SS: Day 5 (Semi-Finals) Sat 24-September

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  1. kwun

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    meanwhile. on the other court. ZN/ZYL leading 11-6.
     
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    Back to back confusion. Neither reacted after the smash. 15-19
     
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    Zhong attack and left back hand side open.

    15-19.

    can they???
     
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    it is all mental now.

    who has the will power to win.
     
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    91 minutes.

    20-15.
     
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    wow...91 minutes...the longest match of the tournaments..
     
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    Match point 20-15

    Smash from Zhong is too strong. 21-15 in 91 sweaty minutes
     
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    FINALLY!!!
    WD: Bao Yixin/Zhong Qianxin [WR#90](CHN) defeated (JPN)[WR#4]Mizuki Fujii/Reika Kakiiwa: 17-21, 24-22. 21-15

    to advance to final. What a dramatic victory, amazing comeback, saving 5-6 match points in G2. Just repeated the comeback in QF. These CHN youngsters do have nerves!!
     
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    and then they take it!!!!!

    Bao Yixin / Zhong Qianxin beats Mizuki Fujii / Reika Kakiiwa: 17-21 / 24-22 / 21-15

    the Chinese younsters saved 4 match points in the 2nd game to come back from behind and won the match.

    so close yet so far for Fujii/Kakiiwa. that is going to make a dent for sure. devastating.
     
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    Yup, post 372 is filled with malice.
     
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    Once again the CHN mental strength comes to the fore. These 2 young girls were so cool under pressure. Zhong was such a force in the back court and made life easier for Bao at the front.
     
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    A two days of consecutively upsets for JPN when two WDs should win the match against youngster from CHN
    (in total 3 WDs lost to this pair)
     
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    sportlemon shoudl stream the other match on their stream. but they are not.

    now we just need to wait for LCW to demolish PG again.
     
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    Bao YX/Zhong QX, they did it yet again! Japanese hearts are broken. Will tomorrow be a match too far for the Chinese youngsters?
     
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    Another clean sweep in the making
     
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    mailce? simply stating the facts
     
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    meanwhile... Zhang Nan / Zhao Yunlei leads 16-14 in the 1st game.
     
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    now switching to XD: ZN/ZYL leads 17-15 against CHL/CWH
     
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    gentlemen.. cut it out. please.
     
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    game point for CHN. 20-16.
     

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