HYLO Open 2021 (Nov 2-7)

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  1. Baddyforall

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    Thanks. The links work quite well with a VPN.
    Just witnessed CPS/GLY losing to an unseeded Danish pair. It seems like the more they play, the worse they get.
     
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    CPS/GLY first round exit... GLY wasn't playing particularly well
     
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    Chou Tien Chen never rests.
     
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    Naraoka Kodai seems to have beaten Ygor Coelho quite comfortably to progress to R2. His next opponent, most likely Rasmus Gemke, may well prove more of an obstacle, though.
     
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    I just glance at the day's results, Kirsty Gilmour lost in straight sets to Turkish Demirbag, 19-21.15-21 !
     
  9. extremenanopowe

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    All Malaysian md in same half. Lol

    Lets see ctc vs lky match. Old vs young. ;)
     
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    There is the little glimmer of hope from a non badminton country.
     
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    He is one of the top if not the top most physical player. If he would vary his games or have half of TTY's technical skills, he could be the very best. The best players do not waste time in three game matches in early or easy rounds and conserve their energy for the real battles. He should have easily won the French open if not for the many gruelling matches he had tournaments after tournaments. He needs a technical coach on his side.
     
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    Lzj is now the favourite. Better win it since he is fresh. Esle he will get thenflak.

    Hope to see lky can be consistent enough to enter final. Will be epic match if he meets lzj again. By final he will not have the stamina maybe.

    Locking horns between neighbouring countries. ;)
     
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    Hope to see korean battle minions in semis. Lzh vs lky.

    Many potential.revenge matches. ;)
     
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    i guess GLY/CPS era is over. their performance is deteriorating.
     
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    Was there even an era? If there were, it ended when CPS shouted loudly when he jumped smash.
     
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    their peak should be olympic rio silver. they were quite consistent some time ago. i think it's going downwards since they left BAM?
     
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    Hopefully Court 2 live streaming works well today.

    Overall, it's a decent performance, Naraoka weak backhand shot often targeted by Coelho to score point.

    A big blow for Gilmour who had massive 10 point lead, 14-4 then lost 19-21...
     
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    A surprise that 41 years old Mathias Boe still wants to compete in MD...

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    After completing the coaching contract in India, i wondered what happened to him. He became a player again. This should be the first in the world, i guess.
    A coach turning to a player..
     
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    Michael Sarfelt is a Danish businessman and is (
    according to Boe) a huge badminton fan.
    Boe told him at a charity fundraiser, that if he supportet the charity, Boe would sign up for Denmark open with him. Michael Sarfelt said, that he would support the charity anyway. but Boe true to his word, signed up to Denmark open with him, but they didn't get in. therefor they signed up to another tournament.

    (souce: https://sport.tv2.dk/badminton/2021-09-07-comeback-boe-tilmeldt-denmark-open-med-forretningsmand (in danish))
     

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