Yonex DENMARK Open SS Premier 2014 : Qualification & R/32 (14th & 15th October 2014)

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    Visual livescore
     
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    Good to see Tian Houwei playing at a high pace. He duly takes G1, 21-14.
     
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    Saina trails 4-7 in the decider.
     
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    Saina won.
     
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    The way LXR is playing, she lacks energy and motivation. I won't be surprised if she faces an upset. Losing two biggies in the finals, after obliterating the opponent in the first game, and yet losing unexpectedly in both, seems to have taken a toll.
     
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    Houwei is pretty convincing over Sugiarto. I'm not really surprised.

    14-21, 14-21. Houwei wins comfortably.
     
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    I have to say , among WS, LXR has got a pretty good backhand, she can clear, drop-shot, smash with it almost as good as her forehand.
     
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    Damn. Ueda rolled in the second game 21-10. Tien Minh Nguyen moves forward.

    I'm probably going to take a break and perhaps try to catch the Axelsen v Chen Long game later on. Happy viewing, everyone.
     
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    Tian Houwei plays fast, moves fast, attacks and defends well, on the whole more proactive and aggressive than I've seen him before - just count the number of outright jump-smash winners he scored from the backline. Hope to see him maintain such high-intensity level throughout the tournament successfully.
     
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    love the way vita marisa play, the way she return the smash from miyuki is great but to bad until today she doesnt have great partner
     
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    The last time I saw Nguyen TM he was all-guns blazing, firing on all cylinders against Lee CW and nearly caused a huge upset on his illustrious opponent. Maybe that's how he dealt with Takuma Ueda, esp in G2; not sure,just hazard a guess as no livestream for Ct 4.
     
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    Agree with you on Tian Houwei. I hope he survives deep.
     
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    Here's come a very interesting MS match. WZM vs Rumbaka, the 2 hardest smashers in the game.
     
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    Consistency is key if Tian HW is to break into the top 10 or higher and stay there long.
     
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    He's very inconsistent. But beating Sugiarto is a very good result.
     
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    Service faults in singles is , imho, a grey area, more subjective than in doubles.
     
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    Indeed, he played really well against Lee CW at AG quarterfinal and he's already book R/16 slot.

    After stunned Sugiarto, another stern test is waiting him tomorrow, Nguyen TM. How far can he go here with two big guns (Lee CW & Tago) had withdrawn from top half of draw, we'll see...
     

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