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

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  1. Nine Tailed Fox

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    tian owns srikanth everytime.so no upset for me anymore.plz edit it.My two favourite players,both has been shown the door.feeling pissed as hellllllllllllllllllllll
     
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    when will saina's match start. .as always, the lone Indian remaining in the competition.
     
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    Inconsistency and Srikanth,a better love story than twilight
     
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    WSX has gone up a gear or two in the decider it seems, she leads 9-4 in the decider against busanan.
     
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    I think we should not worry about KS. If Lindan loses in the first round, then what can we say. Anybody in top 20 can beat among themselves.
     
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    Few pages late.. but this might be very early but again..

    Welcome back Koo/Tan :D ! Seriously hoping they'll be playing on court 1 tomorrow. I miss them!
     
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    TANG/TIAN lead 11-0 in G2 against POON/TSE after taking the G1.. unchanged service
     
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    Twelve-zero in G2, TQ/TJH vs Poon/Tse ?!
     
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    WS: WANG Shixian [5](CHN) bt Busanan ONGBUMRUNGPAN (THA) 21-19, 8-21, 21-13 in 72'
     
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    WD: TANG Jinhua/TIAN Qing [6](CHN) bt POON Lok Yan/TSE Ying Suet (HKG) 21-17, 21-4 in 0:35
     
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    An impressive turnaround by WSX in G3, going by the score.
     
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    MD: LEE Yong Dae/YOO Yeon Seong [1](KOR) bt Wahyu Nayaka ARYA PANKARYANIRA/Ade YUSUF (INA) 21-9, 21-14 in 0:36
     
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    i am wondering what more is left in wang shixian's and bae's stock for their quarter final duel, wang shixian has already spent more than two hours on court now and bae has also spent close to two hours in her first two matches.
     
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    saina vs sun started.
     
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    For a professional player, it's nothing. They have been spending more than 8 hours a day in training. So, this 1 hour matches never be considered at all.
     
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    he he he upset or not is solely based on (1) seeded position, and (2) world rank. Even the previous H2H is ignored.
     
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    I´m looking forward to Xue Song vs Axelsen. In their last meeting (Swiss open this year) VA thrashed XS so it will be interesting to see if XS has learnt something from that defeat.
     
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    you have to consider one hour long matches when talking about wang shixian and bae yeon ju as both of them struggle with stamina and fitness when playing long matches day in and day out.
     
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    any live stream for the saina vs sun yu match?
     
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    Long matches are generally more of a problem to aging players. Neither WSX, nor BYJ are that old.
     

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