OUE SINGAPORE Open SS 2015 : QUARTERFINALS (10th April 2015)

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  1. badmuse

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    With HSPrannoy giving walkover for KentoMomota, the TV court will schedule,
    P Kashyap [IND] vs Brice Leverdez [FRA]
    as the 2nd match.
     
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    I feel sorry for HSPrannoy, this injury was at a time, where he peaked his performance. I do pray for his speedy recovery, and wish to see him soon to top 15..

    As I read from one article, that Max 2 players can be representing one country in Olympics, if their ranking is under 15.

    And here Prannoy is having stiffer competition, from PKashyap, the last olympics Quarter-Finalist.

    The ranking table for the Indian MS players, read,
    04. K. Srikanth - 69337 pts
    14. H. S. Prannoy - 47660 pts
    15. P Kashyap - 46473 pts


    Still a lot of time is there for the qualification, but.. :)
     
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    still nothing streamed on Youtube ..... is there an alternative ?
     
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    Can Brice pull off a shock win after all the problems with the French Federation?
     
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    Three points away from victory then they blew it, what a wasting chance.
    At deciding game China pair still leads, 15-12...
     
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    No such problem in G3 though. Ahead throughout and take it 21-15
     
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    Can Hu Yun continue his amazing week? Leads Houwei 11-7 in G3!
     
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    The veteran Hu Yun eyes semifinal spot, leads 15-7 at decider...
     
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    May be due to energy problem. Tian houwei is an amazing retriever. Might be due to that, he might have lost his energy in the 3rd game.

    19-7 to Hu Yun. No turning back. Veteran is a veteran

    Hu Yun takes it. 21-10 in the decider.
     
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    Another incredible victory for Hu Yun 17-21 21-18 21-10 and yet another upset within MS!
     
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    Hu Yun prevails, 17-21 / 21-18 / 21-10.
     
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    I must admit I expected Tian Houwei to be one of the top few in the world by now, but he hasn't really kicked on from promising signs in 2013
     
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    Great stuff! Old man:)p) Hu Yun wins yet again:)
     
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    works, thanks a lot !!!!
     
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    why did they schedule the first and second matches two hours apart?
     
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    Another classic from the veteran Hu Yun who completely demolished the young THW in the decider. Calm, collected and strong in both attack and defence, who would have imagined that HY could cause so many upsets?
     

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