Thaihot CHINA Open SS Premier 2014 : Qualification & R/32 (11th & 12th November 2014)

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  1. tbgoh288

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    The sticky-candy tactics of NTM forced CL into some errors in his attacks in G1.
     
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    no problem
     
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    does cwf has any chances to beat whs
     
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    cwf bt swh 21-14,22-20
     
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    Oh no SWH just lost. Inconsistence... I really enjoyed his battles with CL and like his playing style. He moves so effortly like LHI.

    Now hope for an upset caused by Hoon/Tan over Japanese pair ;)
     
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    There is always a possibility. There is no such thing as an unbeatable player.
     
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    except Lin Dan...
     
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    Even he can be beaten. It is just a question of how probable and how often.
     
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    To be frank, I tend to agree with tbgoh288 that nobody is unbeatable, invincible, not even Lin Dan, esp today's Lin Dan who I feel is past his prime unless he proves me wrong by attaining his pinnacle again in the tail end of his career; that's against the odds, what with him being on the wrong side of 30 and playing a more rallying stroke game when his very best is an explosive overwhelming attacking style.
     
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    Good to see Chong Wei (Feng) beating Son Wan Ho, that in two straight games. Keep going, MAS needs you.
     
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    Like ++++. Cheers to that.
     
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    Usually, Chen Long is a slow starter in tournaments and slow to warm-up in a match but in G2 against NTM just now he seems to suddenly step on the gas to drub his 'sticky glue' opponent.
     
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    The other day Lin Dan said he tested his knee at training, felt good enough to go on with the tournament and hoped it'd get better day by day.

    But so early in the ongoing match, I see him making a couple of simple mistakes.
     
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    Well, LD just played an exhibition trick shot which however failed to fool Hsu JH.
     
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    Already excited for the match Lin dan vs. JoJ tomorrow. I hope JoJ is fit and we'll see a very good match :)
     
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    Unforced errors creeping in, LD.
     
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    Sho Sasaki vs Tanongsak S, what's happening there, no score, haven't started?
     
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    Lin Dan is not jumping fast or high enough. So far I have counted two side-line smashes of his going into the net. Good thing they moved the SSP to Fuzhou. My brother in Dongguan said that there is an outbreak of dengue fever in Kwangtung.
     
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    There can be one one-time wonder, but how come again?
    There is a simple theory to explain everything. That, LXR just handed over them her trophy twice!
     
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    Lin Dan almost has to stay longer on court after mishitting a couple of shots from 20-18...finally took it 23-21.
     

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