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Discussion in '2018 Tournaments' started by Nine Tailed Fox, Oct 30, 2018.
RPB mistimes his smashes a few times, either wide or into the net
Livestream so jerky, unwatchable
The livestream is so bad, can't tell what's happening other than who won the point. RPB forced the decider with a run-away win in G2, 21-11
RPB showing signs of fatigue now, unable to cover the long diagonal at the end of rally
a lucky net cord saves Dey
RPB so tired, Dey should've won G3 with a better score instead of deuces. A close shave for Dey.
Cai Yanyan beat Gao Fangjie to progress to the final
Dey missed two match points before closing it down. Good match.
Hope he wins the title.
He is going to meet one of the veterans, Rajiv for the title.
I doubt he will take the title but my best wishes for him for tomorrow's match
Given the circumstances of his professional career amidst hardship and lack of support , I think he has exceeded our expectations and whatever may be the result of tomorrow's match, beating LD would be his best moment in the tournament. I hope he comes strong tomorrow too and win the title. Should ring doorbells for media and corporate houses in cricket obsessed country .
CXX learning to deal with Line's height, reach and speed
He got a job . He is using that money as well for tournaments.
Chen Xiaoxin defeated Line to enter the final. But I feel she needs to improve on her fast clears and her spatial awareness not good enough for a professional player, more practice required.
CXX almost crushed by the pressure. Her opponent today is in the "must win" category. CXX probably performed at only 70% to 80%.
WS Final will be a battle of errors. It would be interesting to see which of these two error-prone players can control her errors better.
Winning point against Toby Penty yesterday.
What means RPB? Random Player Belgium?
The caption says it all.
Ren Pengbo, if you've read my earlier posts on his match with Dey.
So, between Ren Pengbo, Zhou Zeqi, Lu Guangzu, Zhao Junpeng, Sun Feixiang who's the most potential of these Chinese second stringers to step up into higher level?
Has started his own badminton academy recently at his home state. Shubhankar Dey badminton academy.