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Discussion in 'India Open / Malaysia Open 2012' started by chris-ccc, Apr 23, 2012.
Poor Saina,the shuttle landed twice more on her side after 19-all
Bae is the one, it's her day today.
Once again, Suetsuna/Maeda prevail over the INA pair.
And Mel/Grace continue to give away the second-set, despite having a 18-14 and 19-16 lead. Wel-done girls!
It's over for Saina!! Can't believe it!
LXR is in!!!
I will be very very surprised if Bao/Zhong lose the third-set. It will be another mental breakdown for the INA pair in the decider.
OMG!! INA WD syndrome strikes again...
good lead till 20 and got beaten 22-20
Oh boy,Bae's destroying Saina in G2, would you believe it?
I am not surprised. With INA players, any amount of lead is not good enough.
Frickin' INA disease strikes again... SIGH!
Looks like the end for them as they trail 3-7 in the rubber
Bao/Zhong played so many deuced(not sure if there's such a word) matches, each time coming from behind to keep their hopes alive, wonder how they do it, happened too often to attribute it to coincidences
Ah never mind, at least we see cutie Bao for another round
Hang on, the INA girls are giving as good as they get. CHN 10-9
Well done, Bae Younjoo. You reminded me of Lee Hyunil..taught the Villain to start respecting her non-Chinese opponents from now on.
Commiserations extended to Wang Shixian..her Olympic dream has just been destroyed...the end...
It ain't over till the fat chap sings...err...okay, listen, can you hear the song playing? I can faintly hear the music though.
Tomorrow will be Sindhu's first real test against a Chinese stalwart, the steady and reliable Jiang Yanjiao. Move over,Saina, the Indian limelight is Sindhu's now.
I just couldn't accept that SN could lose so easily to BYJ in her home tournament.
Her fans will be very disappointed but hopefully she will make amends before the OG.
May be Sho Wan Ho is on fire this time?
Snatched from the jaws of defeat, this amazing pair Bao/Zhong emerges stronger as the battle wears on
Down to 1-pt gap, both pairs on tenterhooks
I feel like crying now....Wang Shixian's hopes of playing for China in the Olympics have been crushed by Nehwal's exit...
Oh well...do not despair WSX...try your best to beat Li Xuerui in the final later while Wang Yihan had failed twice in a row..