Yonex-Sunrise HONG KONG Open SS 2014 : Round of 16 (20th November 2014)

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  1. speedyJT

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    Poor Michael Fuchs. Always have to lose against the same male opponent twice a day. :D
    Fuchs/Michels just losed against LYD/LSH with 20 - 22 / 21 - 23.

    In the evening Fuchs has to play again against LYD in the MD.

    Last tournament he lost to Lu Kai in the MD and MXD - now it's LYD :D
     
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    Michels/Fuchs failed to progress to QF of Hongkong Open SuperSeries 2014. Widianto/Dili are expected to overtake Michels/Fuchs as the 8th in the SS Ranking by progressing to SF in Hongkong. Widianto/Dili got a freepass to QF after the 4th Seed, Ko/Kim has given a walkover.
     
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    Tough task will waiting him at last eight, most likely JOJ. Don't see any improvement by CHN two back-ups Tian HW and Gao H.
     
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    Agreed. the scoring from WZM match is really disappointing.
     
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    As expected, BYX/WXL are pushing MAS WD to the limit at the 3rd set. This is very typical of Chinese WD, they usually wore out their opponent on the 1st set by giving their opponent lifts to smash and took the remaining 2 sets convincingly. Despite having lost the 1st set, china WD gain the upper hand in terms of stamina.
     
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    Rubber games is arriving for two tenacious MS players, Sasaki & Son WH...
     
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    and BYX/WXL thrashed them in 3 games 19-21 21-16 21-9, the end...
     
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    Nozomi Okuhara won the first set 21-17 against PV Sindhu.
     
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    What's the score in second game ?
     
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    Sindhu won the 2nd set 21-13.
    8-all in the final set.
     
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    Thanks.. keep updating please.
     
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    Nozomi 10-11 Sindhu
    Nozomi 12-11 Sindhu
    Nozomi 13-11 Sindhu
     
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    Come on Sindhu....
     
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    Nozomi 15-11 Sindhu
     
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    Oh no..............
     
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    Nozomi won it?
     
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    Nozomi won 21-11
     
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    Oh no... sindhu is not at all improving...
     
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    From 10-11 to 21-11?
    What happened to Sindhu?
     
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    Unfortunate I could not see the scores of 3rd and 4th court on bet365.com.

    Srikanth's match started?
     

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