Yonex ALL ENGLAND 2018 : Round of 32 - FINAL (14-18 March)

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  1. CIA-99

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    WTW dispatched TS in straight sets.
     
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    Well GreysApriani cant always reach Final (France, HK, INa, India open)

    so maybe this is kinda expected.
     
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    Chang/Kim determined to take G2 with 9-3 lead. G1 was taken by INA 22-20.
     
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    i don't think anyone is expecting them to reach final of this super 1000 tourney .... but losing in the first match of the tourney to Bulgarian pair is lame and embarassing and stupid no matter what the circumstances ... no offence to Stoevas ....
     
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    Tai Tzu Ying was a child prodigy, now at the age of 23 she is at the height of her powers
     
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    Thanks
     
  7. It'sMeMeMe

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    where to watch TTY SN pls? i can't find any
     
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    Yes what about LiuCheng/Nan?

    Its not that they were not expected to lose but you have to know this is something that can happen to a new pair.

    you can say maybe they also underestimate stoeva. but its OK, it will be forgotten because they have achieved well past months.
     
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    INA pair closer now 18-19.
     
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    wow Saina is quite the 'manly physique' in the latest yonex liveries
     
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    TTY too good for SN in G1 21-14.
     
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    Chang/Kim didn't waste their chance with a 21-18 equaliser.
     
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    LiuCheng weakness has been known for some time ..... ZhangNan getting weaker by the day.....and they lost narrowly ... not that surprising

    btw i was replying to your comment "can't always reach final".... which is 100% wrong no matter how you look at it.... no one is expecting them to ALWAYS reach final of every tourney they participate..... just that a better than round 1 exit is to be expected of a purpotedly "rising and promising pair".... not to mention straight sets lost and big margin in the first set ... no matter what it is a very lame result

    can't wait to read local newspaper tomorrow for the excuses for the embarasing lost
     
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    where can I watch court 2 ? in all england channel is only court 3, 4, and 5.
     
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    lol you are just criticizer.

    dont know if u r happy or sad for their defeat. maybe happy. ok
     
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    Haris/Pradipta with a big 11-4 advantage over Chang/Kim.
     
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    Cheng/Wang not to be underestimated, 21-10, 9-3 lead over recent Swiss Open winner Inoue/Yuki.
     
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    and the sentence you cant reach final is only true and for general in badminton.

    No one is invincible just because they are 10rank higher. and Stoevas are not 10 ranks even below GreysAp.

    Maybe Michelle Li and SuChen is a better example to say nobody is invincible.

    Does that mean its a lame performance from Intanon?
     
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    G2 interval with Saina leading 11-8, she needs to be careful if she want to capitalize this chance.
     
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    I'm sad that my country's No.1 WD pair lost
    I'm happy that I'm right thinking that Polii/Rahayu is just average pair
     

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