Hongkong Super Series 2010 Finals! (12 Dec 2010)

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  1. dassad

    dassad Regular Member

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    No I didn't like it's almost like crying "Go China" while she played with Chinese.. so you know.. not good
    I cried "Go Niwal!" - you can hear it after will see TV recordings )))

    btw i didnt expect crowd will be so slow. actually it wasn't pretty cool to scream smth while everybody just keep silent. With a same success I should cry "Go Apple!" or "Go Greenpeace!"
     
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    A happy ending after all. ;)
     
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    yes actually except for MD all my favourites won both SF and F games :)))
     
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    Wouldn't this contradict that linesmen is professional?
     
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    No, sometimes it is clearer to see from the top-down rather at ground level. Gill Clark, the commentator, has at many times seen wrong calls by linesmen at ground level. She could see better from the commentator's box. This in no way implies that the linesmen are biased unless the error is very, very obvious and happens too often.
     
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    Yes, there are two explanations.

    1. HK service judges are crap (but they also have the overseas umpires calling service faults as well - I saw this with my own eyes)

    2. The standards and criteria have been raised and the players have been caught out.

    Which one would you like to believe in and is it a problem of the HK Open. If you think it's a problem of the HK Open specifically, why was it less of a problem last year and the years before that?
     
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    ..what do you mean by "a SS with all CHN MS players"?..i believe last yr's HK Open SS also had non-CHN players in the MS Final (LCW vs. Gade)..
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    there had been a few and there are still a few, namely & to add:
    Halim Haryanto (USA-CA), Holvy DePauw (USA-CA), Ignatius Rusli (USA-CA), Ardy Wiranata (used to be a coach or maybe still a coach in CAN), don't forget Hendrawan (MAS), Atik Djauhari (IND), Asep Suharno (Vietnam; Nguyen Tien Minh's coach), and several in S'pore: Jeffer Rosobin, Ronald Susilo, Nunung Wibiyanto, Prasetyo Restu Basuki..to name a few..demolidor might know some ex-INA players who are coaches in Europe..:cool:
     
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    LCW had flick serve several time in his match against TH but looks like the service judge have no complain about that:p
     
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    How many rackets did YYS and Ko actually thrown to the crowd?
     
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    He served at waist or below waist level which is ok.
     
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    ..btw, dassad, any luck in meeting any of the BCers??..any pics taken with them?..:p
     
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    hm..two of them, i think, but no pictures ... only with Saina ;)
     

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