YONEX® Thailand Open 2021 World Tour Super 1000 (12-17 Jan)

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  1. wade

    wade Regular Member

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    2 shots going into the net already for praveen in this 3rd game
     
  2. Yoji

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    Disgusting match from Jordan..his midcourt shot is terrible, under no pressure whatsoever
     
  3. It'sMeMeMe

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    Haha that's quite fun...
     
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    Big hip melati so slow covering the net.....
     
  5. Yoji

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    Melati netplay not good enough
     
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    Pretty good match...... except that game 1 net exercise..

    Congrats DechSap
     
  7. Yoji

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    Probably lost the match when Melati serve into the net when leading 14-13.

    Still rusty, before pandemic she rarely makes 1 service error the whole match..
     
  8. abedeng

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    Not an engrossing match at all .... countless errors from both pairs. Ah well, first tourney in a long while.

    Yesterday's semifinal clash between Thais and Korean lefthanders should have been the final.
     
  9. Yoji

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    Yeah many more rallies in that match..

    Praveen plays like a lazy bum the whole tournament still end up with Silver.. were lucky to win double deuce against Denmark pair. I think 3-21 & 22-20 scoreline characterise their progression this tournament
     
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    it's not an accident. He's a grown man, it's his fault
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  11. Hbmao

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    Thai pair came in well prepared, good game strategy, rarely lifted. Praveen and Melati seemed too relaxed at times...
     
  12. CLELY

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    An interesting mixed doubles final except a grotesque opening game, 21-3 when INA pair posed sleeping mode. Tight battle between Thai duo and AE Champs but
    Bass/Popor stay focus to attacking and penetrate their opponents at critical moment despite Jordan/Oktavianti trying to bounce back, 21-18 bring home favorites to clinch gold medal.
     
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    Has anyone ever wondered why so many people hate Marin for screaming but never raise an eyebrow about Lee Yang?
     
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    strange mix final, it seemed that Praveen/Melati were not in the game most of the time, very poor concentration, MD is very obvious Goh/Tan do not have a slightest chance
     
  15. It'sMeMeMe

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    Coz her screams sound very annoying
     
  16. Yoji

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    Wang is super nervous
     
  17. It'sMeMeMe

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    Don't have the slightest chance eh?

    It's close enough 21-19 in the decider....
     
  18. Yoji

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    Damn LeeWang won. They were favs but whats the point of 21-19.

    3 titles for them and they will be WR2. not good. They have such easy draw next week
     
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    Yeah these guys play anything and everything. Super 300s, 500s you name it.
     
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    Lee/Wang capitalise golden chance to clinch MD crown in the absence of several top pairs. Goh/Tan delay TPE combination victory when they turned the tables in second game, 23-21. It almost repeat story in decider, luckily Lee/Wang stay focus to secure crucial points, 21-19.
     
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