BWF WORLD Superseries Finals 2014 : Day 2 (18th December 2014) - Group Stage

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  1. Justin L

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    Zhong Bo seen scratching his head.
     
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    Wayward clear put TTY ahead 10-7 now.
     
  3. Justin L

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    WYH calling it quits, she's retiring. Back problem, an old injury?
     
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    WYH looks so struggle with her movement, must be something wrong with her knee
     
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    and there she goes. .retired and out of the competition.
     
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    24 min into the match, and WYH gave up and surrendered to TTY.
     
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    WYH retired in mid-way through the 2nd game.. that makes AY's win nullified... :) Poor AY..
     
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    If mentally and physically defeated, don't attempt to take on the young ones who have nothing to lose.
     
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    akane yamaguchi must be cursing yihan right now. .poor she :rolleyes:
     
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    No wonder, WYH's movement was sluggish and looked hampered. Her facial expression was telling.
     
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    Pfff, this is getting ridiculous with all these retirements...
    Ofc I'm sorry for the injured players, but there are way too many in these ss finals...
    Disappointing
     
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    I really dislike this system.
    Do it like it's successfully done in the tennis masters finals!!!!
     
  13. Justin L

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    Yes, Team CHN has been stressing their top 3 WS too much, time to inject some new blood to share the workload. I really hope to see not only Liu Xin and Sun Yu but also He Bingjiao (who only played 4 senior tournaments the whole year) given more chances.
     
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    Even Son Wan Ho surprised me by his retirement. Instead of the year-end tournament culminating in a climax, we see several anti-climaxes in some of the players' performances, unfortunately.
     
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    WSX and WYH both lost all matches!!!

    Chen Jin is really in trouble.
     
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    Indeed it was confirmed by GC that AY's victory over WYH yesterday did not count.

    These uncalled-for retirements are causing a lot of distress and some sort of unfairness to both the victors and the vanquished.
     
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    Yes, you are right. GC also confirmed it after WYH retired.

    WYH looked a little sluggish yesterday and today she looked confused and off.
    As for Tai, I think Saina and Tai have been the 2 best players in the past couple of months.
     
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    The Danes, Fischer and Pedersen, are going their separate ways, says GC?
     
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    why is AY's win nullified?
     
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    because WYH retired. Now it will be as if WYH didn't play a single match here.
     
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