2014 Yonex JAPAN Open SS : Qualification & Round of 32 (10th & 11th June 2014)

Discussion in 'Thailand / Japan Open 2014' started by CLELY, Jun 9, 2014.

  1. nilesh123

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    This tourney is for sure the worst one of the year for the KOR tour
     
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    malaysian are actually waiting for this pair to be formed since after london2012, it was actually 2years late, many has predicted this pair will go the distance...
     
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    Kenichi/Endo are not a particularly amazing pair to be honest, and its not really a great victory, although the scoreline is convincing. Lets wait for this tournament to end before we judge the potential of the pairing.
     
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    Just found out that Yao Xue actually held a hefty lead in G3 , as much as 14-5 at one point before allowing Kana Ito catch up to level 18-all, then YX went 20-18 up but in the end still let KI force deuce and eventually lost it 22-20. Without seeing the match, really can't tell what happened to YX.
     
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    They are consistent but not amazing. Their style is to move the opponents around, play to gaps to try and force weaker replies.
     
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    Very sound tactic!
     
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    Interesting... If and when they win their match against the upcoming Chinese teen pair, they're headed towards a match up against LYD/YYS in the QF.

    That'll be very interesting to watch.
     
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    Malaysian Doubles pair playing against China doubles, Wang and Zhang now (live) at www.yumantianxa.blogspot.com
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    Amazing super performance by the rising stars Wang Yilv and Zhang Wen to demolish TBH/GVS!

    21-7 second set....

    Scintillating result!

    Now TBH and GVS can join their buddies OYH and LKW on a much needed Disneyland holiday!
     

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