JAPAN Open SS 2012 (18th-23rd September) : Qualification to FINAL Round

Discussion in 'Japan / Indonesia / Chinese Taipei Open 2012' started by CLELY, Sep 17, 2012.

  1. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    It sometimes happens, your best badminton from earlier rounds could suddenly desert you. Goes to show the mental aspect is just as important as the physical. Both are good enough to win the final but Tai TY proves herself better today.
     
  2. AirStyles

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    Alright!!!

    Now Kimchi boys versus Satay boys!

    Go Satay!
     
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    correct me if i'm wrong but i think Wang Lin is the youngest ss winer when she won ss at 17 years of age
     
  4. AirStyles

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    I disagree Justin.

    The difference in skill level is very clear for Eriko and Tai.

    The only deciding factor is whether Tai settle in or not. Which is why I kept saying "Don't let her settle" over and over again. ^_^

    speed, skills are on Tai's side
     
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    Next, KKK/TBH's turn to do a hat trick for MAS.
     
  6. Justin L

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    Frankly, to me who is the youngest SS winner isn't that important. It's how many times you can do it and who you beat along the way.
     
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    Tai & Ratchanok are assets to badminton world. How old they? 16?
     
  8. AirStyles

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    Alright, I'm back... what did I miss...

    Ahhhh... Satay boys trailing...
     
  9. AirStyles

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    And Kimchi boys win the first set....

    This is not turning out like I thought it would...
     
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    What is Kimichi boys?
     
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    what an unbelievably boring match
     
  12. AirStyles

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    What a bad smash to start the rally... 1-0 to Korea
     
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    Not turning out like I thought it would as in the fact that it was a match riddled with errors from both sides. Thought it would be typical KKK/TBH defending and Korean smashing through but rather just a match to see who makes more errors.
     
  14. AirStyles

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    Koo went for the fancy... failed like most of the time

    2-1 to korea
     
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    good aggresive sequences of smashes by koo, win the point for MAS
     
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    Great deception from Tan like always, another point for MAS
     
  17. AirStyles

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    mistake off the serve by Tan. Korea
     
  18. AirStyles

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    Kim Sa Rang with great anticipation. pounce on serve return
     
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    misjudgement from korea off the lift from Tan. Landed in
     
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    Wow, you're right, this game is pretty boring...
     

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