2022 SATHIO GROUP Australian Open (November 15-20)

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  1. Justafan90

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    Definitely missed ASY, so glad she’s back. Was she really suspended for the European tours? What happened?
     
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    The female commentator just talks too much, mumbles for at least 5 sentences in a row. She needs to give viewer some time to breathe in the game.
     
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    Ou is being targeted.
     
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    In the end it does not matter, 2nd title for the chinese pair for year 2022
     
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    Took absent from BWF World Tour in Europe, An SY returns to the court to clinch third title of this year, pump ups spirit to swing in full gear for The Finals. The Korean star only was slightly troubled in opening game to respond Tunjung superb net shot and excellent placement but inaccuracy and endurance problem that unveiled in long rallies has detained the Indonesian to balance An footwork and agility in second, concludes the tie quickly, shortest duration in final day.

    The weary-looked Shi YQ puts a touch of drama in all Chinese affairs to drag final duel into more interesting atmosphere then exploits his true color, stamps authority to trounce Lu GZ. Quite weird to notice Lu displays lousy and degraded performance drastically in deciding game, being vulnerable and produced elementary mistakes simultaneously after delivered very good fight and resilience in first two sets that forced Shi thought hard to conjure some deceptive shots. Well, 7,000 point to pocket for China hotshot to close 2022 on positive note though it's still long to go to climb on top-10 world ranking.
     
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    Watched the highlights of MD final and ONG has a terrible serve!
    At one point Ong was serving his terrible poor short serve, and the Chinese opponent pounced on it and the shuttle hit his face.
    It seems that many Pro players can't do back hand short serve. I can name some top doubles players who have terrible short serve, some can't even do short serve, always flicking!
     
  8. Michael V

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    Greysia Polii won Olympic Gold without a good backhand low serve though :cool:
     
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    Haha... I'm sure he can serve perfectly all the time during practice, but when faced against an aggressive opponent, some players fall apart completely.

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    I recall watching a video interview of hers after the OG win, she explained that having the covid delay of OG by 1 year gave her extra time to correct and practice her serves, which she knew was her most significant liability. And during the OG her serve was actually quite good!

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