SCG THAILAND Open GP Gold 2015: Qualification-FINAL (29th September-4th October 2015)

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  1. Justin L

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    I'm sure Liang Xiaoyu would draw valuable lessons from this loss, I could see her trying to make adjustments to her game and showing determination. After all she is still relatively young and inexperience and hasn't been playing much in the senior circuit.
     
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    Yes LXY will become better.

    We can only wish her well in her training.
     
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    Unfortunately, during the Olympic cycle, GPGs (not so much GPs) are fair game, a hunting ground for many of the top players to garner ranking points as needed.
     
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    Okay once again congratulations to Choi Sol Kyu / Eom Hye Won for winning the match over Praveen / Debby. Imagine this is a newly formed XD and this is their first time playing together in their first tournament. Plus due to low ranking both have to play in qualifying round but then the outcome is fantastic. Both won the gold medals over a highly ranked Indonesia XD. Congratulations. Now Korea already won 2 gold medals and one silver medal. So another gold medal from Lee Hyun Il please. Go go Korea and congratulations to the winners today.
     
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    Now for some MS action! :)
     
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    Are they better than Zhang/Zhao?Since, i skipped the whole tournament and you followed it all without any worries so you can tell better.
     
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    Hi(Sorry,for my bad english :D)
     
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    Very good start for LHI.
     
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    Hello there, what's up? :D
     
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    My Badminton Broadcasting Channel Star Sports 4 decided to put end on the ongoing Thailand Open GPG 2015 and is now showing 'Bundesliga-Best of the Month' featuring Robert Lewandoski's 5 goal in 9 minutes against Wolfsburg.
     
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    Indeed, the system is not that fair.

    A lower ranked player cannot hope to play in the SS unless he/she has attained a certain ranking and the places are not filled up by the higher ranked players. The lucky ones will often have to fight it out in the Qualification rounds.

    But a normal SS qualified player can play in the GPs and is in a better position to win the title. How unfair can this be? :rolleyes:
     
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    Game points for LHI.
     
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    And he takes the opening game.
     
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    谁在乎,ofcourse Blabl.
     
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    Veteran LHI is still formidable and won G1 21-17.
    Mustofa has to play a different strategy and increase his speed and deception if possible.
     
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    A surprising turn of event in G2 now, Mustofa coming from behind to go into the lead...
     
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    Looks like the tide has reversed slightly and Mustofa is making some headway leading 14-12.
     
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    Can Mustafo take G2 with his more attacking play?

    He leads 19-14 now.
     
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    Mustofa showing why at the moment he is the most promising of the young INA cohort.
     
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    LHI is not giving in yet 18-20.
     

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