India Open = Indians' Open? WOW!

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  1. narnia

    narnia Regular Member

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    Look at the Volume of Indian players; India as hosting country is enjoying the privilege of playing against world players. They are supposed to have a lot of potential to be 2nd badminton country if they are supported well by the government. :)
     
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    Yup, they really can. All it takes is more organization.

    Then all the rest will have double the headache ...... CHN and INDIA.
     
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    CHINA, INDIA & RUSSIA...

    Looks like WW3 to me...
     
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    ok - this post is a good way to introduce some indian players

    1st up - Ashwini Ponnappa. Just 17 0r 18 yrs old. Trains with the Padukone Badminton Academy. Famous other half of the Ponnappa/Sosale womens doubles pair. Only other junior womens indian player who uses the jump smash.

    blew fu mingtan off the court today. faces malaysian julia pei in her next round..
     

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    At club, I have played with a guy from India. His style looks a little different from ours but noticed he played very brilliantly having lots of potential. Hope India's badminton grows more and more. :)
     

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