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Discussion in 'Super Series Final 2013' started by CLELY, Dec 14, 2013.
2nd game much tighter!
My opponent did it deliberately into my face. I managed to turn away just enough to avoid permanent damage to my eye.
Next match should be too but not this one.
no excuse bro. lcw was just great today for his big fans.
XD one sided due to Natsir /Ahmad went to sleep , not performing up to 2rd seeded expectation!
i think Tommy has a bit more problem than just mental block though.
I can't spot any rings on their fingers.
Nielsen is hustling much more than SF. not good.
maybe broke up now? ZN is too young for ZYL.
Nielsen fell down and kept on playing. that was entertaining. and then Zhang Nan saved like 3 net kill from Christinna, all happening in one rally.
not sure if the mainland Chinese are into the ring thing.
They performed very well this year. too tired. they also need some rest now.
Nielsen is afraid to serve short given how many of his service Z/Z killed off straight away.
but Z/Z ready for the high serve and just pounding it down.
Same here. Whenever I see LXR making silly errors throwing away easy points, I get very annoyed and uneasy. I daresay, the only way for anybody to beat her is to hope for her to have a bad day or be in one of her 'inexplicable moods', that is, for her to beat herself; I don't see anybody able to outplay her,which has been the case for a while actually. I hope as she matures, she becomes more steady, calm and collected.
hm, I think LYB thought about breaking them up as a XD pair in the past. I am not sure what the current plan is.
If they need rest, they should skip this tournament like Chen Long. Not perform badly lost all 3 games.
Sometimes, it is too fast and happen in a split second. If you check and go slow, you will hit the bird into the net but if I have enough time, I will just tap it.
i think as long as Nielsen/Pedersen still around, Z/Z will stay together.
Poor CHN players. Even affairs of the heart are controlled by the coach.
right.. we need to make this a habit to put your racket in front of your face whenever you stand in the front-court and don't play too hard at the net.