DUBAI World Superseries Finals 2016 - DAY-2 : Group Stage Matches (15th December)

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  1. Helix99

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    Lee Chong Wei wins the first game against Ng Ka Long 21-15. Not too shabby like yesterday.
     
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    so do I, (in fact weakest of the top 10). But she often surprises me by proving me wrong. She is undoubtedly one of the most hardworking players on the circuit (always attend more tourneys than most). She always looks so tired yet often manages to outrun the steam outta her opp, and lately, she has improved her smashes tremendously and her reach compliments it.
     
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    Meanwhile, Ko/Kim is being overplayed by Jordan/Debby. Luo twins also being manhandled by Matsutomo/Takahashi.
     
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    Chong Wei is slowly regaining his touch.
     
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    21-7

    What a score by Luo's
     
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    good to see videostream is streaming all the three courts.
     
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    Pan Li is really upset with the Luo sisters....
     
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    G2 isn't going too well for LCW, 6-10 down
     
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    Jordan/Debby's form is remarkable. Yesterday, they beat Olympic Champion Ahmad/Natsir .Today, they beat World No.1 Ko/Kim, both in straight games.
     
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    what's wrong with ko/kim
     
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    10-14 for LCW in G2. He is in for a rough game if this match goes G3.
     
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    Luo twins is playing a lot of rallies but rarely win points.
     
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    Back to 17-all for LCW.
     
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    Matsutomo/Takahashi wiped out Luo Twins 21-7, 21-11.
     
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    Phew, LCW nearly dropped g2
     
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    Lee Chong Wei finally won a match in this tournament, beating Ng Ka Long 21-15, 22-20.
     
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    Goh V Shem already 27 years old ? I thought he's not older than 25
     
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    Why is the Chinese MD coach sweating so much?
     
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    Still as messy as usual Goh/Tan. I doubt they can get far if they can't improve their playstyle.
     
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    TWK still gifting free points as usual.
     

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