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

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  1. Justin L

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    As expected, Tian HW didn't know how to handle Hu Yun's abrupt game, the latter dictating most of the rallies and well-anticipating the former's shots/returns most of the time.

    Hope Hu Yun's fitness holds until the final and wins it.
     
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    It's a norm that they broadcast 5 matches one day. And to make sure that the first match get over before that scheduled time (when the actual TV-Coverage/Broadcast ), they must have kept 2 hours in btn them.
     
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    Which means hope is still there for Lin Dan at 30+ years old. :)

    I really thought Hu Yun was past it as he hasn't showed great results recently.
     
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    This could be Hu Yun's swansong guys. Very very unlikely a Superseries event will turn on its head like this again any time soon.
     
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    I wonder how he fared against his young teammates and whether he stands any chance to represent HK at the Olympics if his WR improves?
    Maybe not since HK is part of China.
     
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    HK has its own team for the olympics
     
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    Usually, Hu Yun could only do well for one,two or at most three rounds in tournaments as he finds it hard to sustain his form due largely to his age but this time may be different. Every dog has its day.

    If he fails to seize it, don't know when it'll come again, time is running out for him. I believe Sho Sasaki and Lee HI are facing similar constraints at the highest level.
     
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    Hu Yun's play style and his gears much like legendary Taufik Hidayat...!!
     
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    Sorry I posted in wrong tread
     
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    Here comes the exciting match of Lee Yong Dae / Yoo Yeon Seong vs Angga Pratama / Ricky Karanda Suwardi at court 3. I am now watching the the match through live scores as there is not live stream matches. Wow so shocking to see Lee Yong Dae / Yoo Yeon Seong lost the first match 19-21 to Angga Pratama / Ricky Karanda Suwardi. Now the Indonesians are leading the second set 4-1. Guess it will be very difficult for Lee / Yoo to win the match now. :( Anybody knows the live stream channel for court 3?
     
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    Today, only 3 courts are used. So it is not too bad!
     
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    Uncle Loh , Are you @ stadium(venue) today.
     
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    Korea 9, Indonesia 11. It is certainly very difficult to win now. :( Come on Lee Yong Dae / Yoo Yeon Seong you can do it...
     
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    They have met once before in HK Open last year. And it was a very tight game won by Lee/Yoo 22-20 - 25-23.

    Unfortunately there is no stream on court 3
     
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    Indonesia 14, Korea 9. I think the result is already written on the wall by now... :(
     
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    Oh it was a tight match and I am sure the Indonesians will win it this time. The score is Indonesia 15, Korea 11. Guess its revenge time for the Indonesians lol. :D
     
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    16 Indonesia, Korea 13. No hope left to win now...
     
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    tight match pratama / suwardi vs lee / yoo
    judging from duration of play its not a short rally game..must be exciting to watch

    too bad no streaming available
     

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