Yonex DENMARK Open 2016 : Qualification - Round of 16 (18-20 October)

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  1. ssj100

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    I think LHI has the best racket skills in MS. You don't beat the current Olympic Bronze medallist and World number 4 at the age of 36 without something special.
     
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    Beating Axelsen on home ground at the age of 36 and as an independent player. Truly the evergreen of the MS circuit.
     
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    Wow LHI, 36 yr old can beat exceptional player 10 years younger in Victor Axelsen 22 yr old.
     
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    And at the end of the day, INA left with 1 XD pair, 1 WD pair and 2 MD pairs still standing.
     
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    I am salivating to watch Qtr final match between: TWK/GVS vs. LJH/LYC on court #1.
     
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    Nozomi and Akane is clashing again in Qtr final.
     
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    INA's doubles department more convincing than the singles department...
     
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    One of the best, but not THE best. But he also has an incredible reading of the game.
     
  9. Justin L

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    Lee Hyun Il, wow, he is to me the 5th Heavenly King in Lin Dan's era. Exquisite stroke play, his understanding and reading of the opponent's game,superb, a highly intelligent player, among the best of the best. Lin Dan, Lee CW, Taufik Hidayat, Peter Gade, Lee Hyun Il, and, of course, Chen Long, the reigning monarch now.
     
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    A reminder, Lee Hyun Il beat Viktor Axelsen for the second time in as many months. LHI's longevity is as impressive as Peter Gade's, the two best Evergreens.

    I believe Lee CW will soon join the ranks of The Evergreens, I should say he is already and may surpass them all.
     
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    what about park sung hwan :X
     
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    I'm more impressed by Lee Hyun Il, more consistent, better stroke play. He has surpassed Park Sung Hwan who retired before the age of 30, iirc.
     
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    Nowhere near the level of LHI
     

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