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Discussion in 'Yonex Dutch Open / Yonex Denmark Open 2015' started by CLELY, Oct 17, 2015.
Well I told you!!
'Cold water=Bad stomach'...........................Your excuses aren't half as good as your smash
French SS will be very difficult for PV.. She'll face WSX in R1 if only she manages to win (v unlikely to happen) she might face AY and then WYH its such a crappy draw also SN might face MM again in R2
super like. [MENTION=1]kwun[/MENTION] [MENTION=7]Cheung[/MENTION] can we have a like button please???
Reminds me of Justin Lin, the hashtag
Well, Korea won big in Odense this time to sweep three titles in doubles category while China players defend their title in singles discipline through their aces, Chen L & Li XR.
The most interesting final was first match, too bad Ahmad/Natsir coudn't keep the momentum and faltered in the end, Kim HN was so active in front of the net yesterday, excellent play by the Korean. No WD contest due to Zhao Yunlei forearm injury.
Li XR was so emotional and cried to express her first ever win in this season, exactly 12 months ago when she last won Superseries title here in Odense. The Indian youngster Sindhu have played superbly to defeat some elite WS here, the most notable one is Carolina Marin. She lost narrowly at first game when leading big margin and this situation might deliver big impact in game 2 while higher confidence Li XR started to up the tempo with her difficult shots.
MD final was lop-sided match, hard to believe Liu/Lu could beat top pairs like Ahsan/Setiawan & Boe/Mogensen en route to the the final. Seemed the Chinese combo couldn't develop their game plan and frustated by Lee/Yoo with their really solid defense.
Last final, it's quite similar with MD as defending champion Chen Long was too strong for Tommy Sugiarto yesterday. The reigning world champion blazed his opponent, poured hard smashes combined with superior defense started from the beginning, different style of Chen Long when he opposed Axelsen in semifinal. Hat-trick DEN SS crown for Chen Long and overall 4 title here (2011, 2013-2015), seems Denmark is happy ending ground for the Dragon as he also won first World Champion title in this fairytale land.
Next, the top class action will be continued to Paris
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