DUBAI World Superseries Finals 2016 - DAY-1 : Group Stage Matches (14th December)

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  1. Master

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    Yeah, maybe there is some injury at their training session so that forced them to walkover.
     
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    She needs a good meal and more to strengthen her power. :D
     
  3. Justin L

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    Tai TY is the most in-form WS atm, He Bingjiao not as sharp and forceful as I thought she can be. Gidit up, HBJ.
     
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    Where's your touch, HBJ ?
     
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    A disappointing opening round for HBJ.
     
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    It seems like Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen let Chaoi/Hong win. They didnt even try. Why did they do that?
     
  7. CLELY

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    Yeah, she couldn't move faster. Anyway, Tai Tzu Ying demonstrates beautiful badminton once again with her creative shots, such a talented player.
     
  8. Justin L

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    Good question when they themselves aren't even sure of progressing to the semifinals. Much better to have one win in the bag and adjust their strategy as they go along according to the situation if they want to.

    Worse,if CB/HW lost all their group matches, both CHN pairs will be out of the running.
     
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    Also bear in mind, the SSF is never regarded as a major event by CBA, it's just one of 12 SS tourneys in a year, the 13th one, in fact, so what's the point of doing those strategic moves, playing the long game,etc ? What for ?
     
  10. SibugiChai

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    did boe/moe came to dubai? i didnt notice them in any pix
     
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    Yeah, just saw the score. Very disappointing. When you train with LCW and have been on the circuit for so long and still get not more than two digits against a runner...
     
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    Not even close. Wasted challenge.
     
  13. Justin L

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    With only 8 players/pairs in two groups, the sudden unexpected withdrawal of just one player/pair , as in the case of Bo/Mo, would have a significant impact in the group concerned, making it easier for two out of three players/pairs to progress to the semis.
     
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    Gabby doing what she do the best :p
     
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    Lee/Chang are so pretty..
     
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    Another service error
     
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    Today is Sun Yu's chance to beat Marin......I think this will come to fruition......
     
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    Sun Yu vs Marin's head-2-head is 2:2..

    this is the match to watch!!
     
  19. Justin L

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    The videostream.dn.ua is not smooth at all.
     
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    Frankly, the way Sun Yu played and lost to Tai TY in the CBSL the other week didn't give me any confidence. Her vulnerabilities and shortcomings still evident. We'll see.

    I'm still quite disappointed with HBJ just now, I saw no fire nor hunger in her.
     

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