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      Quote Originally Posted by NextLevel View Post
      Someone would have thought he lost from way you described him, Mizutani is a trick and touch player so he is always calm when his tricks are not working consistently against a lower rated power player though he expects to win regardless.
      I am quite familiar with his trick cause he is one of my favourites player. But if you look how much focused he is when play top chinese and when facing lower ranked players in early rounds it is very different. I am thinking what is goal now, he did not attend to team world cup and know it is his first tournament this year. So maybe he was told he is not going to play tokio olympics 2020 and he is thinking about finishing his carrer? I see him attending a lot of financing things know like playing euro superleague for russian team (they pay a lot) and also T2 - gathering more money before ending career? Hope I am wrong.

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      Nice TO at 3:6 by Ito/Hirano in the 2nd game. Stopped the bleed, and disrupted the flow of CXT/SYS. The JNT coaches are now much more aggressive in calling TO. Not a good sign for CNT.

      Hirano played so freaking well in the 3rd game. Didn't miss any forehand at all. There were quite a few winners, too.

      From 3:1 up to 4:8 down in the 5th game, closed it to 8:9, 8:10, and Ito served into the net!!

      Hirano played really well. The forehand was so consistent. Ito has gotta figure out a better way to handle her blocks. That stroke gave away so many points.

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      I have seen something reallystrange. Check out what happened after the score 9:9 in the 5th game betweenOshima and Gnanasekaran. The ball went after barriers and s
      omebody throw it on the tableand the boll just bounced only up. Must see it again when it will be downloaded.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Sali View Post
      I have seen something reallystrange. Check out what happened after the score 9:9 in the 5th game betweenOshima and Gnanasekaran. The ball went after barriers and s
      omebody throw it on the tableand the boll just bounced only up. Must see it again when it will be downloaded.
      Great backspin throw?

      P.S. Did not watch it, purely guessing.

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      Gnanasekaran has overtaken Fegerl and Matsudaira as the best counterer/blocker in the world. Amazing control and consistency and he has good offensive strokes too.

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      Quote Originally Posted by ping fun View Post
      A very good win from Noshad Alamian who defeated stefan fegerl 4 to 1 . Looking forward for more win from noshad .
      Just watched N. Alamiyan v LGY. Is it just me, or N.A. has a very interesting way of using sidespin to create space and variation during rallies?

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      Quote Originally Posted by OhWell View Post
      Just watched N. Alamiyan v LGY. Is it just me, or N.A. has a very interesting way of using sidespin to create space and variation during rallies?
      He is famous for his side spin in our country and he's got one of best serves in world . he is a lefty but is good in changing hands

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      LGY play more variation than FZD
      Hope he will win this time

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      Quote Originally Posted by Garrison View Post
      Looks like FZD got a new serve, at least I didn't see it from him before.
      Did you mean FZD's hook serve? This is a typical serving style of Wang Hao, who is FZD's personal coach now. FZD started to practice this serve from German Open last year, when playing against relatively week players. I think this is a good sign for him for he is adding more variation to his "boring" style.

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      I had to go to university today and I couldn't keep up with the rest of the rounds. So now I went to check how the matches of tomorrow were and I'd like to say that tomorrow is a difficult day for CNT, at least for women. Too many encounters too soon, but I thinkthis is the cost of having so many high quality athletes in the same competition.

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      Well personally I don't think Chinese women will have a difficult day. Chinese women's team is much more dominant than Chinese men's team in the world. On the men's side, competition is more fierce and upsets are more likely to happen. Chinese men's team will face more trouble than women's team, whenever and whereveer.
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      I had to go to university today and I couldn't keep up with the rest of the rounds. So now I went to check how the matches of tomorrow were and I'd like to say that tomorrow is a difficult day for CNT, at least for women. Too many encounters too soon, but I thinkthis is the cost of having so many high quality athletes in the same competition.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Junting View Post
      Well personally I don't think Chinese women will have a difficult day. Chinese women's team is much more dominant than Chinese men's team in the world. On the men's side, competition is more fierce and upsets are more likely to happen. Chinese men's team will face more trouble than women's team, whenever and whereveer.
      Ohh, I think I expressed myself a little bit wrong. I think will be hard because they will lose 2 great players too soon, Either CM-DN or LSW-CX and I'd like to see them all in semis
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      Quote Originally Posted by PatriciaPinheiro View Post
      I think will be hard because they will lose 2 great players too soon, Either CM-DN or LSW-CX and I'd like to see them all in semis
      Maybe'll be hard just for me LOL

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      I got your point. You mean imdividual CNT female player must go through a hard match against her teammate to enter into the next round, while my point is CNT as a whole has little difficuty winning over non-CNT players.
      My appology for not reading your post carefully.
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      Ohh, I think I expressed myself a little bit wrong. I think will be hard because they will lose 2 great players too soon, Either CM-DN or LSW-CX and I'd like to see them all in semis

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      Quote Originally Posted by Junting View Post
      I got your point. You mean imdividual CNT female player must go through a hard match against her teammate to enter into the next round, while my point is CNT as a whole has little difficuty winning over non-CNT players.
      My appology for not reading your post carefully.
      Not at all, I realized I was very ambiguous in my post, I apologize for that. And I very much agree with you. I think no team is a match for CNT, at least not now and not so soon. About the men, I'm not used to watch them, so I can't say much, but for what I saw guess they're in same position, right?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Junting View Post
      I got your point. You mean imdividual CNT female player must go through a hard match against her teammate to enter into the next round, while my point is CNT as a whole has little difficuty winning over non-CNT players.
      My appology for not reading your post carefully.
      Chen Ke is not the strongest of CNT player but she lost 0-4 to Hirano

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      Quote Originally Posted by Takkyu_wa_inochi View Post
      Chen Ke is not the strongest of CNT player but she lost 0-4 to Hirano
      Hurricane wins 4:0 or looses 0:4 with CNT

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