2016 Yonex Open JAPAN Superseries : Round of 16 & Quarterfinals (22nd & 23rd September)

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  1. Justin L

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    Out of the blue, 2 pts lead for SYQ...
     
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    2 points lead come and gone, now he's 1 pt behind, 10-11, SYQ...
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    Marc is a great fightter not willing to give up now leading 9-6. :)
     
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    Son Wan Ho in fine form...
     
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    Marc is now leading 11-7. But can he sustain till the end to win? Hmm...
     
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    You are right. SOn Wan Ho is now leading 15-10 unexpectedly.
     
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    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.
     
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    and it happened in game 1, from 8-10 deficit to 20-11...
     
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    Shi Yuqi is doing a good job at court 2. Keep it up.
     
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    Wow just wow unbeliveably Viktor Axelsen just lose today. Wow. So Son Wan Ho win today over Axelsen. Hmm...
     
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    Son Wan Ho playing like a champion and on course to be LCW's opponent in the final, I'm jumping ahead.
     
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    Meanwhile at court 2 Lee Chong Wei just won over Shi Yuqi in the first set 21-12.
     
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    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.
     
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    Wow why all of a sudden this guy SWH is playing so well? Then Viktor not playing so well today?
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    Wow Marc did it. He won the second set comfortably 21-14. Can he continue his winning streak at court 3?
     
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    Thanks for the reply. Hmm it shows that SWH is improving.
     

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