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Discussion in 'Japan Open / Korea Open 2016' started by CLELY, Sep 26, 2016.
Which way will it go, 19-all ?
In fast flat exchanges, the Koreans are better, just like the MAS MD, Goh/Tan.
Nothing to lose, challenge the linecall, and get a tactical timeout.
In such tight situations, you sometimes need a little bit of luck.
Again, fast flat exchanges loses it for the CHN pair. One game apiece.
The Sidek serve by LYD, outlawed, says GC ?
Liu Yuchen read that return from LYD.
The Koreans manages to keep the shuttle low, flat and fast or slow as needed all the time.
I believe Li/Liu will learn something from the Koreans' game and become stronger going forward, good for their development, perfecting their game.
The disparity in experience between the two pairs is showing.
Both the Koreans are excellent at the front court, very fast and always able to take it early.
Too late to change strategy for the CHN youngsters ?
Li Junhui may be tiring a little, his smashes not that powerful atm.
LYD's soft touches often catches the CHN pair.
Too close for comfort, 16-all...
A very tough and close fight. I daresay, if the KOR pair aren't retiring, I won't be surprised they will very soon be overtaken, superseded and surpassed by the fast rising young CHN stars, Li Jinhui/Liu Yuchen.
Heartiest congratulations to Lee Yong Dae/Yoo Yeon Seong, a great way to go out with a bang.
Actually, LYD is only 28 years old, still good for several more years for MD. Why is he retiring ?
The end of an era.
OMG...I'm going to remember that MD final forever...