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

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  1. Justin L

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    Next up, Tian Houwei.
     
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    Derek Wong sitting beside the SIN coach.
     
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    Spot on. The commentator, Gong Weijie, said some thing to that effect. Good analysis, Justin.
     
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    Robin G looks so much like a Chinese. Mixed parentage?
     
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    THW outclassed Robin. At 22 years old, it's time for THW to start scaling the peak. I recall Lin Dan at his age already storming the badminton world with his fast and furious, all-conquering attacking game.
     
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    Of the remaining non-CHN MS players, I'd expect Wei Nan, Derek Wong, Ng Ka Long and Goh Soon Huat (maybe, including Suppanyu) to give the CHN players a run for their money.
     
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    So far Chao Huang proving he's no pushover for WZM.
     
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    Finally WZM asserting himself and stamping his authority on his opponent.
     
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    Jongkolpan was injuried TS changes words from disqualify to retired.
     
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    Wang Zhengming is a talent with a free flowing ,natural attacking game that is very enjoyable to watch, esp when he unleashes his smashing firepower; unfortunately, his career has been fraught with frustrating setbacks and bitter disappointments. But he still continues to persevere despite repeated failures, we can only hope all his pains and sacrifices will finally bear fruit one day.
     
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    Chao Huang leading by 14-8 in G2 now...
     
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    17-8, CH threatening to run away with G2...
     
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    That's WZM for you, after a commanding victory in G1, 21-9, he suddenly became unrecognisable in G2, losing by the same score,9-21.
     
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    To be frank, Chao Huang played well in G2, not a bad player at all.
     
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    Yup, only 2 seconds in court, it's clear now no speculation about disq. :D

    What a turnaround, 21-9 then lost 9-21, let's see what will happen in deciding game.
     
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    Is Chao Huang using this tournament to announce his arrival, that his time has come?
     
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    An upset in the making ? CH is ahead...17-15...
     
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    What a close shave, WZM barely escaped. Towards the final moments he snatched victory from the jaws of defeat !
     
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    The matches are uploaded to www.aiyuke.com. If you can't navigate it in Chinese, Google chrome can translate it for you.

    I thought my match was ok. Not too many mistakes and some good attacking play. I'm not training full time at the moment so I thought it wasn't so bad :p
     
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    Yup, you had a formidable opponent.
    And you did very well indeed :)

    Congratulations!
     

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