2014 OUE Singapore Open SS (Quarterfinals - 11 Apr)

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  1. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Yes, showed how the point was played between the two players but no Hawk-Eye outcome. Technical glitch or a shortcoming in the system when it's too close to call ? In that case, human discretion and subjectivity come into play, not a good thing, I feel, as it depends on the tournament referee (a different one each tournament) to make the final decision.
     
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    LCW started his massacre in court 2.. 21-8 in first game..
     
  3. Justin L

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    With nothing to lose, Sindhu can throw caution to the wind and play fearlessly without any burden, a psychological plus for her.
     
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    If only Sindhu can play like that consistently against non-CHN players.
     
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    Sindhu is a very good player for sure. But she must have the ugliest form of any of the top 20 WS players. She looks extremely stiff and rigid.
     
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    2 walkovers on court #2 and #3:
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    Both China? I miss seeing Xu Chen these days. it is too bad. MaJin/XuChen would make a great spectacle especially playing against Tontowi/Lilyana in the final.
     
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    Still sindhu need to learn a lots of things...
     
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    Line judges supporting yihan..
     
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    Good eye Sindhu!! yeah it was out indeed!!! Good Challenge!
     
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    Yep. I suspect so!
     
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    5 MP to WYH !
     
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    Plus a lot of unecessary movements. With her thin legs she sometimes looks like Bambi hopping around the court.
     
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    Sindhu has age in her hand.. She need to work a lot..
     
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    Good observation. She does not have the natural grace of movements.
     
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    Credit to WYH for staying calm and focused throughout the match and for her court sense and thinking on her feet.

    Sindhu despite playing above herself still couldn't beat WYH. Great job, WYH.
     
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    My foot... Despite playing above herself???? Where are you ??? I know you are a huge of china so that you can talk whatever you can but clearly here visible, that sindhu played just 40% of what she played in world championships.
     
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    Imagine, if Liu Xin hadn't withdrawn last minute, wiould we get another all-CHN WS semifinals tomorrow ? I won't be surprised by it.
     
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    Ok. The only surviving home players are on now vs. CHINA BYX/LC! Goooo Danny!
     
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    Now the host player on court, I 'm curious how the fans will react in Singapore
     
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    They are showing indian flag for singapore pair..
     

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