Bonny CHINA Masters GP Gold 2015 : Preliminary Round to FINAL (15th-19th April 2015)

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  1. Justin L

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    Tian HW simply outclassed Kuo PC, 21-7, 21-6.
     
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    In the end, He BJ stamped her authority on Shen YY to make it a straightforward two-set victory, 21-10, 21-17.
     
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    Lin GP in the lead?! 13-10 vs Wei Nan.
     
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    Wong lead 19-13 in G2 but lost 19-21!

    Not the first time he's had trouble seeing out a match. Needs to keep his head up after that.

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    Gong Weijies commentating is really good....
    He just said all the new Chinese youngsters are basically carbon copy robots... play like girls... and everyone of them play exactly the same style.

    Basically Tian Houwei = Lin Guipu, one is left handed other is right handed... both lack attack...
     
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    Thanks, but nothing on atm. Appreciate it.
     
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    G1, 21-15 to Lin Guipu, incredible. He is no longer the brash, impetuous young attacking player but constructs his rally before seizing the intitiative and launching the offensive. Good to see.
     
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    Gong Weijie is a technical analyst, better than Hong Gang who is more of a storyteller, narrator. And he speaks his mind, Hong Gang too.
     
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    Link please !! Commentating in english?
     
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    When Huang was behind in G2 he was attacking and having success doing so, now in G3 he's playing a more conservative style and it's favouring Wong who is still going for shots.
     
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    Looks like Lin Guipu is out of steam already in G2... he needs a lot more power in his shots.

    Wei Nan who is much slower, seems much more powerful.
     
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    Huang comes through 2-1, very entertaining deciding game
     
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    Wei Nan's smash suddenly feels like world class.
     
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    Wei Nan puts the upstart LGP in his place in G2, 21-9.
     
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    Derek Wong must be kicking himself for dropping G2 despite a hefty lead and even lost the decider.
     
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    Sad to see, Lin Guipu doesn't seem to have that extra gear.
     
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    Luckily he's only 17 apparently
     
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    Lin GP has got a killer smash to match Wei Nan's.
     

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