BWF WORLD Superseries Finals 2014 : Day 4 (20th December 2014) - SEMIFINALS

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  1. Justin L

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    Let's see if Chen Long can move ahead....
     
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    I like this.
     
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    CL with game point now
     
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    Not over yet....
     
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    Now CL is getting serious. 20-18
     
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    18-15 down to winning the game... SK loses it all his good deeds in the first game and thats the learning he gets :)
     
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    A battle of wits, surprisingly won by Chen Long in the end. Really didn't expect Chen Long to come far behind to win G1, looks like he's beginning to use his brains better. It's only G1. Let's see.
     
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    I feel SK will throw caution to the wind and go all out to equalize with G2.
     
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    CL's dragon is just bidding his time before he unleashes his fury.
     
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    Gopi gtting animated if he gets his ward to turn around things that"ld be remarkable, he wants SK to keep away from net
     
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    I tell you that this was an important game for the future.
    Why? If Srikanth stays on top and continous to get to SF and F, I would bet that he won´t win against CL. Because CL won this game even being down 14-7 and 16-10. So to change the mindset in simular situation playing CL in crucial matches will be a very, very tough task.
    Something LD has achieved against many players. It is so much about the mindset and thinking if two players are on simular level on a day.

    I would be suprised if Srikanth can prove me wrong now in the second and in the future...
    Let´s see.
     
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    SK is not giving up without a good fight!
     
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    :) One game doesnt makes a Federer fear Nadal for his lifetime.... it has to be repeats of it time and again and no matter what the opponents tries.... SK taking CL to 3 games twice consecutively is ok for SK, yes a win is great but still...
     
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    The future is too far away to predict. :)
     
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    CL is toying around with a non aggressive SK, making him just move around and make unforced errors...
     
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    SK needs to start and do something be more attacking... doesnt he remembers he has nothing to lose? ;)
     
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    Wow, CL has both patience and strategy to do damage to SK, 11=3 at interval.
     
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    Chen Long has the tendency to slacken after winning G1, we'll see.
     
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    You are right. Problem is that CL seems impregnable, SK must be thinking.
     
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    Chen Long, whenever you play the net to SK, be prepared for another net shot.
     

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