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Discussion in 'Japan Open / Korea Open 2016' started by CLELY, Sep 21, 2016.
Out of the blue, 2 pts lead for SYQ...
2 points lead come and gone, now he's 1 pt behind, 10-11, SYQ...
Okay at court 3 Marc is leading 8-6 again. Unfortunately I couldn't watch this match live at court 3 only can stare at live scores.
Just now he's outplayed at the net, SYQ, room for improvement, and he got to watch out for LCW's sudden attack as well.
Marc is a great fightter not willing to give up now leading 9-6.
Son Wan Ho in fine form...
Marc is now leading 11-7. But can he sustain till the end to win? Hmm...
You are right. SOn Wan Ho is now leading 15-10 unexpectedly.
Wow what a tired looking Axelsen for thsi match not at his best to win. SWH is now leading 18-11. SWH will win in straight sets for sure.
and it happened in game 1, from 8-10 deficit to 20-11...
Shi Yuqi is doing a good job at court 2. Keep it up.
Wow just wow unbeliveably Viktor Axelsen just lose today. Wow. So Son Wan Ho win today over Axelsen. Hmm...
Son Wan Ho playing like a champion and on course to be LCW's opponent in the final, I'm jumping ahead.
Meanwhile at court 2 Lee Chong Wei just won over Shi Yuqi in the first set 21-12.
Vicktor is such a bad sportsman, always throwing tantrums (and his racket) when things don't go his way. How on earth could he even complain to the umpire about Son Wan Ho? I don't think he deserves the Olympic bronze medal. Son Wan Ho could have easily beaten him had they met in the knock-out stage. In fact, Chen Long had the hardest time disposing of Wan Ho. Even Srikanth would have beaten him I think. Vicktor can consider himself lucky in Rio.
Wow why all of a sudden this guy SWH is playing so well? Then Viktor not playing so well today?
Up-and-comer Shi Yuqi still has a lot to learn from the maestro, LCW, and I believe he'll be a better player going forward. I hope SYQ gets to play LCW more often, that's what he needs to rise quickly.
With the benefit of hindsight, not that surprising when we recall So Wan Ho was the only one to take a set off Chen Long at Rio'16.
Wow Marc did it. He won the second set comfortably 21-14. Can he continue his winning streak at court 3?
Thanks for the reply. Hmm it shows that SWH is improving.