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Discussion in 'Korea Open / Malaysia Open 2012' started by chris-ccc, Jan 2, 2012.
GOH/LIM's match has not started yet.
Service fault already called on the Danes after the 2nd point and they take issue with the service judge
Bonde gets a warning from the umpire for something I did not see. Umpire clearly says "Don't do it"
The left handed MAS player is rather error prone. The righty is more stable. DEN 16-11
DEN wins G1 easily 21-13. Lost visuals, can only hear them
Oooooo, Pawar wasn't happy with that line call. Some dubious line judging on behalf of Park there
Same here, the camera man must have forgotten to replace the lens.
Goh/Lim have pretty much blown their lead. MAS 8-7
Lucky DEN net cord on the drive evens the match up at 9-9
As usual, the Danes play a smart game to frustrate the MAS pair. MAS pair can't kill them and are making way too many errors. DEN 11-10
better to watch than koo/tan?
Flick serve doesn't work as the tall Dane is able to bring the shuttle down steeply. 13-13
Am I asking too much for a less error-filled effort?
how many point earned in this match due to service short?
Danes on the attack and kill at the net 15-15
both pair is competing to serve the most short serve in tournament
Goh/Lim playing style very dangerous, not stable...
On a good day everything can work out, but on a bad day they are really bad...
A couple of strong smashes and MAS are up 17-16
both danes know that lim is the weaker player and keep on attack him
make refresh... worked here...