The STAR AUSTRALIAN Open SS 2015 : Qualification & R/32 (26th & 27th May 2015)

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    WSX's throwing the match, i don't know if she's tired cuz it looks unusual for her to play early in the morning...
     
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    Shixian drops the first game :eek:
     
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    21-4 in the second game. That's more like it.
     
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    super heart attack at the match between Goh/Tan vs Astrup/Skaarup Rasmussen, end on the decider game in score 30-28...!!
     
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    The Korean pair won it convincingly this time, 21-14 / 21-9.

    Yup, what a super match at first round and more coming soon...
     
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    it's still fresh on my mind that Goh/Tan took the last game 27-25 against Lee/Yoo at SC. they did another one!
     
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    Kim Ha Na did not play much better. But the Japanese played even worse, as if they wanted to get this over with ASAP, so they can go back to their level doubles.
     
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    What a match, stretched to max. points!

    MD: GOH V Shem/TAN Wee Kiong (MAS) bt Kim ASTRUP/Anders SKAARUP RASMUSSEN 21-9 18-21 30-28 in 1:13
     
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    meanwhile NED pair Arrend/Piek take 1st game against Xu/Ma. Big upset today??
     
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    Many seeded XD pairs not doing great.

    Xu/Ma down a game.
    Ahmad/Natsir down going into first game break.
    Nielsen/Pedersen down a game and squandered a bunch of game points in the second before getting it under control.
    Liu/Bao down big in the first game before turning it around

    Jordan/Susanto in three games
     
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    Folks, know any live stream for court 1 please ?
     
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    Michelle Li bt Nozomi Okuhara 21-17, 21-19
     
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    Michelle Li bt Nozomi Okuhara, 21-17 21-19
     
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    hahahahahaha such coordination
     
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    Double win for Michelle! :D

    A seriously good win for Michelle...
     
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    CHN XD narrowly save their match against NED, go to rubber 15-21, 21-19

    INA XD tie 17-17 in G2 after winning the G1 over FRA

    XD: Tontowi AHMAD/Liliyana NATSIR (INA) bt Ronan LABAR/Emilie LEFEL (FRA) 21-19, 21-19
     
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    Maybe because their opponents are not an easy meat.

    Ronan Labar/Emilie Lefel of France did well in the last Sudirman Cup. They are improving. Actually it's nice to see the gap in XD is not big anymore. But I still think Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei is the only one who seem unbeatable among XD top pairs.
     
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    Yes, they won in straight against Dany/Vanesa, and lost in tight 3 games against Lee/Chau
     

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