2016 Yonex Sunrise INDONESIAN Masters (6th-11th September)

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  1. Justin L

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    Tanongsak also has his power smash which he unleashes now and then, giving as good as he gets from Wei Nan.
     
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    Dont challenge Tanongsak at the net. He is simply brilliant.
     
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    Weinan could not take even a single smash. Very powerful from tanongsak.
     
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    But Wei Nan despite being 8-15 down,made an epic comeback, saved multiple match points and won the set 25-23.
     
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    Goh jin wei is on roll on court 3.
     
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    And what an epic comeback and an epic hug at the net.

    Wei Nan, what a man, what a Player !
     
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    Thailand booked a spot in WS finals. At last tanongsak lost the plot and hence it cost the match.
    Meanwhile Weinan used that opportunity to finish it. Well done.
     
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    Wei Nan is a very intelligent player who can think on his feet, constantly analyzing his opponent, probing for weaknesses and coming up with counter-measures. He's also steady, stable, generally cool,calm and collected.

    Remember, he beat LCW the last two encounters , both in straight sets, for a favourable though not exactly representative record for playing too few times, 2-1 H2H.
     
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    And Lin Dan has entered Denmark Open.
     
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    What a rally, SYQ returning so many near impossible shots.
     
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    Shi Yuqi's defense has improved, not too sure about his stamina.
     
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    Really, that's good.
     
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    Ajay lost patience in G2, thanks to Shi YQ's stubborn defense.
     
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    Zhao Junpeng forgot Mustofa's backhand.
     
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    Mustofa's stroke play is remarkable.
     
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    Zhao Junpeng turned G3 around to take the match, his persistence paid off.
     
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    The CHN MS second stringers are doing quite well here. Huang Yuxiang has a tough nut to crack in Wei Nan.

    Shi Yuqi and Zhao Junpeng will square off for a place in the finals.
     
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    The surprise is both veterans, Sony Dwi Kuncoro and Simon Santoso, failed to go deep in this tournament, stopped by Lee Cheuk Yiu and Huang Yuxiang respectively.
     
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    Has Zhao Junpeng finally come of age? He was sent to play in the Indonesian masters to prepare
    him for the 2014 WJC but was completely overshadowed by Shi Yuqi and Lin Guipu. He was even smashed off the court by Sun Feixiang in Malaysia in 2013.

    I thought his win against Ginting was a fluke. Now he can even beat Maulana. What can I say. Hope he can maintain his form. What has happened to Lin Guipu?
     
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    INA MS trio are simply not good enough to lose to the CHN players new to to GPG. There is no more INA MS and WS left. There must be something wrong with the national training if they can't do much at GPG level in their own home country. INA at least secure MD and XD pairs in the final.
     

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