2014 Bonny CHINA Masters GPG : R/32 to FINALS (16th-20th April 2014)

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  1. suchwow

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    will these matches be uploaded somewhere?
     
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    LD at 11-4 in 2nd set
     
  3. volcom

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    The commentator is so correct,
    the new batch of international youngsters are much worse than it was a few years ago.

    The training has become too systematic, you just have to study one player to be able to play everyone.

    E,g, most new China players all play like CL,
     
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    This young Thai guy shows too much respect for LD... :mad:
     
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    He should smash himself into oblivion... and play ultra aggressive!!
    And fall cos of exhaustion
     
  6. Molihua

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    Isn't the Thai player the one who took Simon to 3 hard-fought sets in the recent Malaysian GPG?
     
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    He's probably still too tired
     
  8. CLELY

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    Yup, correct. Thammasin can't do too much against the maestro, Super Dan wins the opening match 21-12 / 21-12.
     
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    Lin Dan is his idol.:p
     
  10. Justin L

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    A memorable experience for Thammasin S. The identical score of 21-12 is easy to remember.

    I sense that when Lin Dan was leading comfortably, he sometimes seemed to be using the opportunity to practice his strokes.
     
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    The one at http://www.yumantianxia.blogspot.sg/ is better; if it's buffering too much, just refresh the page.
     
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    Now on court is Cai Yun/Lu Kai, the SIN Open SS'14 MD Champion.
     
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    Yes, and I think this young Thai player could have played much better, but may be he is more eager to get LD's signature on his shirt after the match LOL :D
     
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    I wonder what happen in court 2 btw THA WD vs CHN WD,why THA WD was disqualified?
     
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    Appeared to me that he was trying out his strokes through out the match.
     
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    Disqualification again to one more thailand pair??? Any brawl...???
     
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    The slow motion showing Lu Kai jumping sideways to thunder down the smash was an impressive sight.
     
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    I'm also wondering...
     
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    You can tell TS was trying very hard and going all out but unable to read Lin Dan's game and could only react to his opponent's shots most of the time. I'm sure Lin Dan can up another gear or two if he wanted to. Also noticed Lin Dan making a few uncharacteristic errors, a bit rusty.
     
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    Yeah, what happened ? The THA WD pair was disqualified two minutes into the match - wearing the wrong sponsor's T-shirt ?
     

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