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Discussion in 'Denmark / French / BitBurger Open 2013' started by CLELY, Oct 17, 2013.
2 smashes into the net by WYH. 20-17
Caught her! Cross court smash catches BYJ going the wrong way. 21-17
Yeap it is really frustrating to see such walkovers...
Correct me if I am wrong, IIRC, rankings points will be deducted if players gave walkovers. IMO, this may not be very effective as points can be earned back quickly especially for top players
Was thinking if a more deterrent type of action could be taken to reduce such "situations"?
On the other court, the JPN women are winning against the Thais.
You mean court 1 camera is the official one?
The Thais lost, also with identical scores. 14 & 14.
... have beaten...
What defence by WYH. Blocks the smash over BYJ as she rushes the net.
I am not watching on BWF website. What about you?
Watching WYH today, I take my words back, maybe she will take the title.
Seems like if you body smash WYH, it yields good results.
I am. They have both courts I think. I have been watching court 2 all this time
Yup, WYH, same as Tago, weak defending against body smash.
As usual,Du Pengyu's fitness and stamina are amazing. Last week he helmed CHN to win the East Asian Games in Men's Team and Men's Singles golds which ended Sunday, and this week he's here seemingly as energetic as ever, the jetlag notwithstanding.
It will be great if he can shock Lee Cw tomorrow but I'm not betting on it.
It that is the case, they could be the crew.
BYJ is leading 7-5.
Think I will switch over to court 1 after this match to catch the end of XD and then Rat v Eriko
Lucky break for BYJ. Missed the overhead but it lands long. BYJ 9-8
Just open another window.
Perhaps the only real way to solve this would be for BWF to really look into if all these players are injured, perhaps they do I don't know. Just, look and see if there really was a reason for the WO and that it's not just a cheating move.
Otherwise any "system" would probably hurt the players involved in a real WO ,both the one giving the WO and the players that goes through onto the next round.