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Discussion in 'Hong Kong / Scottish Open 2014' started by CLELY, Nov 20, 2014.
hmmm must wait awhile for a match fuchs/schöttler
What? You can take leave from school just like that? What school is that that can allow you leave?
No chance to watch SK on TV today but watched CL overpowering TU (JPN). Only watched SK beating NW quite convincingly on streaming.
I hope SK will have a chance to meet CL.
Zhao Yunlei is playing better than Tian Qing.
German MD pair with a nice kickstart again. 8 - 1
Fuchs/Schöttler having a very good start
13-9 for fuchs/schöttler.
so frustrated that none of the live stream links work for me...
I got a prediction right!
losing first set for ger after having so much gap before interval:crying:
Oh man. Somehow I expected this after yesterday... But to let slip away such a steady lead is not good. Let´s see what they can do in the second set.
It's not difficult. 50%.
Sometimes it is difficult to refocus and regain your composure after letting the first game slipped away and to be in the last match of the day at such an hour with the stadium deserted. The atmosphere could either help you or destroy you.
You OK? You sound tired.
After having a big lead Fuchs tend to be unconcentrated
I am ok. Not picking any fight.
Just a fair remark.
Just came home to check the results, and once again WZM dissapoints me. He should be able to beat JOJ due to his superiority in skill and his good attacking shots. Maybe he is low on confidence from not being included in this years TC and AG plus the loss to CTC in Paris?
Congratulations to the Japanese pair!
German pair let a good set in G1 slipped away. Now they have to pay the bill after two sets. Good performance nonetheless.
Was hoping for the German pair to win.
A new flag in the semis for a change but it wasn't to be.
Better luck next time.
Tomorrow's schedule is up...
...and all are on tv court, depending which session your local tv will be screening.
I am sleepy. Good night.
I am on the road this weekend, hence no posts from me and may the best players (CHN, JPN, INA, IND, DEN, KOR, TPE, ENG and ESP) win.