The STAR AUSTRALIAN Open SS 2015 : Round of 16 (28th May 2015)

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  1. CLELY

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    Another close contest in XD category, Choi Sol Gyu/Eom Hye Won upsets 5th seed Lu K/Huang YQ, 21-17 / 21-23 / 21-19 which spent 75 mins.
     
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    saina vs sun yu seems to be a very very good clash, this match will show how much both saina and sun have improved lately. i would give saina an edge over sun, it should be a long and grueling tussle anyways, atleast their previous encounters suggests so.
     
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    it's been a good day so far, already we have seen some entertaining matches. .so many more to come i am sure, exciting badminton.
     
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    goh/tan blew the 2nd game lead and let endo/hayakawa take it to enter the decider...
     
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    li michelle after taking the first convincingly is down 11-5 in the second game against yui hashimoto. another three setter on the cards?
     
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    Time is running out for Goh/Tan..
     
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    Wang won straight in a grueling match over Leverdez 21-17, 23-21
     
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    WS: Michelle LI (CAN) bt Yui HASHIMOTO (JPN) 21-11, 11-21, 21-7 in 0:56
     
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    can't believe Goh/Tan just lost to Endo/Hayakawa like that, too many mistakes made by them in 2nd game & 3rd game... however Endo/Hayakawa have to find ways to beat incoming Lee/Yoo in QF...
     
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    gutta/ponnappa lost the first to maheswari/polii 21-14.
    expect them to take the second game.
     
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    eagerly waiting for tian houwei's match against srikanth, two of the brightest prospects in men's singles.
     
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    out of the 12 matches played today, 6 of them has gone to the full distance.
     
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    what happened to kento momota. .already lost the first game 21-17, down 7-4 in the second.
     
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    KM trailing in g2 after loosing g1,,... That's alarming
     
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    Lolz what cordination
     
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    bae and pai are involved in a battle as well. .its all squared off, on to the decider.
     
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    I guess it's the day of Wong today :D one uncounted but proves it wrong
     
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    MD: FU Haifeng/ZHANG Nan [7](CHN) bt Markis KIDO/Agripinna Prima Rahmanto PUTRA (INA) 21-13, 21-13 in 23'

    what an easy cruise, just in 23 minutes
     
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    the scoreline suggests momota is not even trying to win points, 21-6 to wong in the deceder.
     

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