2012 India Open SS: Comments on matches

Discussion in 'India Open / Malaysia Open 2012' started by chris-ccc, Apr 23, 2012.

  1. suetyan

    suetyan Regular Member

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    Sindhu just beat Sung 21-17, 22-20!! wow!
     
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    sindhu at wins it....22-20
     
  3. Justin L

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    Sorry,I'm not trying to be funny or asking the obvious. My point is I thought oftentimes, one's mistakes or so-called unforced errors could be caused by your opponent's supremacy or relentless pressure breaking down one's resistance and affecting one's touch. How else do you explain an experienced world-class player making too many "unforced errors"? Just having a bad day could be part of it.
     
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    Plus one though Sung is one of the three I'm watching out for, the other two being Inthanon R and Tai TY.
     
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    If you play the PAW game, might be a good idea to pay Hsu Jen Hao over HKVITTINGHUS tomorrow. Heard that HKV has quite a bad knee injury hence his performance today, and that he will try his best to play tomorrow, but will quit if it is to much.
     
  6. chris-ccc

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    The Taufik Hidayat [7]-vs-Wang Zhengming match

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    Here comes the Taufik Hidayat [7]-vs-Wang Zhengming match.

    I believe Taufik can win. :):):)
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    Thanks 4 the precious tip :p
     
  8. Justin L

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    Me too, Taufik is showing glimpses of his former brilliance more often lately. Wnag ZM is too laid-back,lacking intensity or urgency in his play most of the time.
     
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    It would depend on what PAW points are given for them players. :D:D:D
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    Sindhu's victory over Sung is important for India in many ways, not least of which is that it serves as a face-saving grace should Saina crack up today or tomorrow.
     
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    :D:D:D Wang ZM is too laid-back?

    IMHO, Taufik Hidayat is more laid-back than Wang ZM.
    ;););)
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    Chris, hope we don't have to eat back our words afterwards.
     
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    The Taufik Hidayat [7]-vs-Wang Zhengming match

    Game 1
    TH-WZM: 16-21 (Game over at the 18th minute)
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    Cant believe Alven/Hendra lost too easily to Ivanov/Sozonov. They officially on my watch :p

    Good thing youngsters Ryan/Angga ready to fill their shoes.
     
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    Who's more laid-back? Taufik didn't used to be like that in his heydays
     
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    badmintonlink is not showing the tournament. any other place I can try? thanks
     
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    No I won't. :):):)

    Taufik has always been a cool, calm and collected player - therefore, I posted that he is laid-back.

    With his excellent skills, Taufik seldom plays his matches with any panic and/or worries.
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    The Taufik Hidayat [7]-vs-Wang Zhengming match

    Game 1
    TH-WZM: 16-21 (Game over at the 18th minute)

    Game 2
    TH-WZM: 11-07 (Interval at the 30th minute)
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    Sorry, no links available. I am just following LiveScores.

    But LiveStreaming will be available tomorrow (at the Quarter-Finals).
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