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Discussion in 'China Open / Hong Kong Open / India GP 2010' started by miksss, Dec 7, 2010.
Match over. TH proves to be too good for DPY
Game 1: TH-DPY 21-19
Game 2: TH-DPY 21-9
Hectic life......I'm so lazy to do that.........
TH and Kido finish up the good day for Ina camp
Yep - and that was just the beginning!
First 2 rounds for TH should not cause problem
I think the first 2 rounds for TH should not cause problem for him to get through.
Review of the matches I watched:
Poon Lok Yan/Tse Ying Suet vs Ha Jung Eun/Jung Kyung Eun - I came in just in time to watch the decider set. The HKG pair was excellent and they frustrated the KOR pair throughout the 3rd set, esp with Tse's smashes and placements. Tse should have a good future.
Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka vs Hu Yun - Hayom could not find his touch in the first-set as many of his smashes were wide. In the mean-time, Hu Yun was quite aggressive as he forged a comfortable lead very quickly and that frustrated Hayom a lot. An easy first-set to the HKG player. Hayom slowly recovered in the second set and the scores were tight until 12-11 to Hayom's favor. This was when Hu Yun won 7 points in a row to lead 18-12. It was all over as Hayom lost 17-21 in the second set.
Yohanes Rendy Sugiarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan vs Yohan Hadikusumo Wiratama/Leung Chun Yiu - this was a match where the pair who made lesss errors won the game. The INA pair still lacked experience of playing in SS-level matches, but, Rendy did show flashes of brilliance with his placements and serves. Can the INA pair beat Alvent/AG today to advance to their first SS QF? We shall see...
Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan vs Rasmus Bonde/Anders Kristiansen - the newly crowned Asian Games champion played reasonably well (again, esp Kido) and won the game quite comfortably in just half an hr.
what about Taufik? Was he toying as usual to get his touch in first game - so it made the score tight? What about his fitness? still up as it was for the WC and later in France?