Bitburger Badminton Open GP Gold 2014 (28th October-2nd November 2014)

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  1. Loh

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    Again the CHN youngsters won G1 convincingly 21-14.
     
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    So MU dead and cannot resurrect.
     
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    Not much hope for the Danes unless they up three gears. 13-6 for CHN.
     
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    I am not an MU fan.
    Football is finished and there is still 1 1/4 match to go before the MS.
    It's way past my bedtime.
    Don't think I can stay up.
    May the best man wins.
     
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    "It's all One-Way-Traffic" right now, acclaims GC.
     
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    Wang Yilv/ Zhang Wen so pumped up.
     
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    Both WYL/ZW are ferocious attackers.
     
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    Actually the HAZE has disturbed my sleep for the past few days and I'm sort of suffering from the flu.

    Another sleepless night!
     
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    No reprieve. CHN wins 21-10 in G2.
     
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    Now comes the WD between CHN and RUS.

    Will the Chinese win again?
     
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    Yup, it's 122 at the unhealthy range but hey you have badminton to keep you company.
     
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    It's midnight.
    Good night folks.
     
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    I hope President Jokowi will address this issue more successfully than his predecessors.
     
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    So far CHN WD Ou & Yu are getting the better of RUS Bolotov & Kosetskaya. 11-6
     
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    Ou Dongni doesn't appear as frail and petite as before, good to see that.
     
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    There were a few delightful exchanges but the Chinese seem to prevail, now winning G1 21-15.
     
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    And Yu appears to be a powerful smasher!
     
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    The 'bigger' Yu just had an opportunity but she cross-smashed out.
     
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    The rallies are getting tighter and the Russian girls are giving back what they received, Russia leads 6-4 with a disguised drop.
     
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    A few unforced errors from both sides, but the Russians still trailed 9-11 at the interval.
     

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