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Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Russian Open / Chinese Taipei Mast' started by CLELY, Oct 3, 2016.
Afraid to lift too much, Sony tries a trick shot but netted it.
Only 1 pt in it for Sony
Tanongsak is smart, occasionally he switches from a hard smash to a well-placed drop shot.
Tanongsak looks a bit tired but his spurts of energy is still intimidating.
Tanongsak is aware that Sony is less likely to lift but play net shots and gets the better of his opponent.
Again, another drop shot instead of a power smash to wrong-foot Sony.
I'm afraid the power of love is not able to resist the firepower of Tanongsak's brute force today.
Tanongsak back in force again. If he could display this kind of shot variation and attacking play consistently, I reckon he'll be back at the top in no time
Both left-handed players bagged THA Open crown in singles division, the underrated Tanongsak exhibited fast-paced play with his thundering smashes that made Kuncoro stranded, couldn't retrieve the shuttlecock properly. It's long-awaited victory for Tanongsak after his big achievement as 2013 SEA Games gold medalist. Earlier match, Aya Ohori could cope the pressure in first game, equal chance for both players actually but Ohori stayed calm and managed her nervous at critical moment. Second game, one-way traffic as the Japanese dictated Busanan, it seemed the Thai player was effected by her closely defeat in previous set. Two underdogs, Inoue/Kaneko also Tang/Tse pushed their more fancied rival to work harder, the surprising HKG pair had chance to force rubber games but experience play the role, the Malaysian finally topped podium at their fourth attempt of GP Gold tournament.