Australian OPEN 2017

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  1. Justin L

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    Shi Yuqi is a thinking player
     
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    Shi Yuqi is a thinking player
     
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    SYQ surfing on second wind waves
     
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    SYQ playing a smart game, and moves into the lead after closing the big gap
     
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    HKV working harder for his points earlier , expending much energy
     
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    Looking for Ct3 livestream, not finding it
     
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    Shi Yuqi's style greatly reminded me of LCW. The crispness is there, just a little.
     
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    Quintessential HKV, diving all over the place and getting it back time and again
     
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    Chen Xiaoxin would do well to learn and study from Tai TY how to handle tall, fast, attacking players like Sindhu and Sung JH.
     
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    I feel the umpire should be more lenient or understanding in giving the players a bit more time, reasonably, say 3 to 5 seconds to consider whether to challenge the linecall, for getting it right is more important than anything.
     
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    Tai TY looks somewhat off the boil since last week
     
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    Looks like Sindhu has a plan and she is executing it with perfection. A barrage of smashes have unsettled the World No.1 shuttler.
     
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    It's never a good idea, inadvisable, and almost impossible, to go all out and win every tournament, and possibly experiencing lethargy and even increasing the risk of injury. Best to peak at the right time for the tournaments you aim for while treating some of the rest as part of preparation and warm-up, as some unwinding is inevitable, as well as taking a useful and much-needed break occasionally to recharge yourself.
     
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    Tai TY has lost a bit of her superb touch these two weeks.
     
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    21-20 to TTY
     
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    One game apiece
     
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    If only there is Ct3 livestream
     
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    Lucky net cord for Tai
     
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    Tai Tzu Ying win 6 straight points to trouble Sindhu in the second game
     
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    Why are MS matches last?

    I thought it was a perfect time to start Sir Lee Hyun IL vs Chinese Star Houwei.

    What do fellow folks at BC think?
     
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    So many unforced errors from Sindhu. Giving away all the lead
     

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