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

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  1. Forestal

    Forestal Regular Member

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    So much creativity aggression at the net from Sonoda/Kamura!

    Wonder how they will do against the seeded MDs who actually have good net play like Boe/Morgensen and Ivanoz/Sozonov...
     
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    You can try this new software Hotspot Shield. Try installing this software. It should work.
     
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    keep switching the actual "nodes" in the settings if you can-- until you are accessing from a country which is not blocked...
     
  4. hellohello

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    I observed that China and Japanese players realy have good and pwoerful smashes. They can really go all out attacking and keeps smashing with full force power nonstop. Wonder where they get so much energy to do it.


    However smashing with too much power comes with a price to pay. Injury will occur if a players keeps smashing constantly with full force power.
     
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    Sometimes I wonder is it good if a player keeps on smashing nonstop to win points? Is badminton all about smashing nonstop just to win points?
     
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    I observed that players who smashed a lot with full force power trend to have a shorter playing career compared to those players who hardly smash.
     
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    I have seen so many examples of players forced to retire early at a young age due to injury that cannot heal. This is all because of constant smashes have destroyed the player and caused them to get injured.
     
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    Why did Chai Biao/Hong Wei retire? Did one of them get injured?
     
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    Oh god, it's happening again to LCW...
     
  10. Justin L

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    If only Ct 3 livestream is available.
     
  11. R4yZ0r

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    Does the Russian site by any chance have the court 3 stream
     
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    Yep, he just lost the first game to Wei Nan.
     
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    Unfortunately not. I just checked.
     
  14. R4yZ0r

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    He's still trailing... One year later, same place, same story.
     
  15. Akin44

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    any streaming link for court 2?
     
  16. R4yZ0r

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    Here you go. You might need a VPN to be able to watch it though. Depends on where you live.
     
  17. rajat_remar

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    LCW trailing 11-17 at one point. Now 19-18
     
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  18. Justin L

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    LCW still trailing in G2.

    He BJ not as deceptive as before, making it easier for Sindhu to read her game and playing to her own strengths, height and reach.
     
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    Game point LCW
     
  20. Justin L

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    Finally, LCW ahead in G2 at GP first.
     

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