The STAR AUSTRALIAN Open SS 2015 : QUARTERFINALS (29th May 2015)

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  1. kelana

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    XD: Tontowi AHMAD/Liliyana NATSIR [2](INA) bt Chris ADCOCK/Gabrielle ADCOCK [6](ENG) 21-9, 21-12 in 0:28
     
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    No more "Sainnaaaa.....Saina!" chants in the tournament too, thank goodness.
     
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    I thought they were chanting China, China at first. Got really confused.
     
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    14:4 for Lee/Yoo?!
    Ups
     
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    Last time WYH faced the Queen of Scream she was injured so now it is time for revenge.
     
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    No, the Chinese would never cheer in English, they have their own language. But I can understand the confusion; I was at the stadium once and some fans made fun of the Indian's "Saina/China" chants.
     
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    Well that was mean of them but to be honest, the two words rhythm and a lot of people yelling at the same time doesn't make it any easier to differentiate.
     
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    I would say that Wang Yihan is simply exhausted. The way she is playing she doesn't appear to be there.
     
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    CM is just amazing...oozing confidence
     
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    WD: TANG Jinhua/TIAN Qing [6](CHN) bt Nitya Krishinda MAHESWARI/Greysia POLII [4](INA) 21-18, 21-16 in 0:53
     
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    CM showing she is the true world no. 1. Leads WYH 14-5 in the first set.
     
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    Wow once more an amzing display by CM atm...
    WY has no plan, looks just confused and dis-spirited...

    Also a clear first set for Lee/Yoo 21:10
     
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    CM has a bigger smash than LD. Seriously hehe.
     
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    wouldn't be surprised to see CM go all the way and win
     
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    I daresay Yao Xue showed yesterday she has got the game to beat Marin but , as usual, her temperament and error-proneness cost her dearly time after time, Surprisingly,the CHN coaches haven't given up on her ,still fielding her in SS tournaments.
     
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    If only CM stop shrieking, perhaps it will be enjoyable to watch her.
     
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    I really enjoy the pictures of Sydney and it is nice move as good advertisment, but it is toooo much. In every intervall :confused:
     
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    Axelsen has the game to beat Lin Dan too, and actually beat him! Nadal is injured too, but Djokovic is not.
     
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    hey, it's "O" again. :D
     
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    CM is a beast...
     

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