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      Andrei Gacina just took down Yu Zhiyang in the decider

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      That's why you don't send a failure to the WTTC. Led 3-1 in games.

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      from 9:7 to 9:11... ballin

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      Quote Originally Posted by zeio View Post


      That's why you don't send a failure to the WTTC. Led 3-1 in games.
      Harsh. Darn that body language hurts.

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      The comments by those girls on Hupu are so funny.

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      Tough loss for Yu Ziyang, you don't get too many chances to show yourself in China, ask Liang Jingkun...

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      Quote Originally Posted by zeio View Post
      The comments by those girls on Hupu are so funny.
      Hupu lesson 101, don't blame the player no matter how poorly he/she played

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      Yep, but if You look at his match with Calderano You will see some light in the tunnel Gauzy was unstoppable this day

      Yes, Gauzy is problem opponent for Boll. Boll has serious problems with Gauzy's service and that prevents Boll from getting into rallies as he likes to.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Garrison View Post
      Tough loss for Yu Ziyang, you don't get too many chances to show yourself in China, ask Liang Jingkun...

      I think losing in qualifiers like that leads to a ban on playing for a while. Going to be a tough year for YZY.

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      Selected results from Day 1 (Tue 20 March 2018):

      Men's Singles

      Qualification Groups:

      Kou Lei 1:4 Patrick Baum
      Cedric Nuytinck 3:4 Yuma Tsuboi
      Benedikt Duda 0:4 Truls Möregårdh
      Andrej Gacina 4:3 Yu Ziyang
      Lam Siu Hang 1:4 Kim Minhyeok
      Lubomir Jancarik 2:4 Kim Minhyeok
      Ng Pak Nam 0:4 An Jaehyun
      Jeoung Youngsik 4:0 Kalinikos Kreanga
      Sanil Shetty 1:4 Kalinikos Kreanga
      Tomislav Pucar 1:4 Fedor Kuzmin
      Kanak Jha 2:4 Cho Eonrae
      Darko Jorgic 2:4 Can Akkuzu

      Group winners (after Day 1):
      Patrick Baum, Kim Minhyeok, An Jaehyun and Cho Eonrae.



      Women's Singles

      Qualification Groups:

      Minnie Soo Wai Yam 0:4 Mu Zi
      Georgina Pota 2:4 Amelie Solja
      Yu Fu (POR) 1:4 Li Fen (SWE)
      Zhang Mo (CAN) 3:4 Marie Migot
      Bernadette Szocs 2:4 Satsuki Odo (13 year old!)
      Miyu Maeda 3:4 Li Jiayi
      Katarzyna Grzybowska-Franc 4:3 Yang Xiaoxin (MON)
      Jiang Huajun (HKG) 1:4 Yang Xiaoxin (MON)
      Daniela Monteiro Dodean 3:4 Wen Jia
      Ng Wing Nam 0:4 Wen Jia
      Suthasini Sawettabut 2:4 Yulia Prokhorova
      Choi Hyojoo 3:4 Huang Yingqi
      Kristin Lang 2:4 Fan Siqi

      Group winners (after Day 1):
      Mu Zi, Li Fen (SWE), Satsuki Odo, Li Jiayi, Wen Jia and Huang Yingqi.


      Last edited by JesperStef; 03-20-2018 at 11:31 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ioiettino View Post
      Harsh. Darn that body language hurts.
      If you want to know how "Defeat" looks like .. that is The Picture.

      My gosh, so unfair for China players. I was cheering for Andrei, but even loosing he'll still have 100s of chances, for Yu Zhiyang it was one of the very little.

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      Here are some impressions from day one.

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      People in China are enraged and spitting on YZY right now. Not good to the health.



      https://youtu.be/5fUczfQ_fw4?t=327
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      Quote Originally Posted by NextLevel View Post
      I think losing in qualifiers like that leads to a ban on playing for a while. Going to be a tough year for YZY.
      Take it easy, look how many chances zhou yu had and they still send him, of course he goes further then qualify groups but he is older and have more int. Experience. Yu Zhiyang is still very young and Andrei Gacina is not nobody there this match could go either way. Surely YZ will have his chances

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sali View Post
      Take it easy, look how many chances zhou yu had and they still send him, of course he goes further then qualify groups but he is older and have more int. Experience. Yu Zhiyang is still very young and Andrei Gacina is not nobody there this match could go either way. Surely YZ will have his chances
      No, I thought raineverever wrote this was a formal policy that losing in the qualifiers had harsh consequences on playing the pro tour. Maybe I missed that. YZY does have a chance to redeem himself in U21.

      It is not a permanent ban BTW, just for a period of time.
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      That has been the unwritten rule since the old days. Now it's explicitly stated.

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      Quote Originally Posted by NextLevel View Post
      No, I thought raineverever wrote this was a formal policy that losing in the qualifiers had harsh consequences on playing the pro tour. Maybe I missed that. YZY does have a chance to redeem himself in U21.

      It is not a permanent ban BTW, just for a period of time.
      I did not know about the rule. For me it is quite strange because
      when you loose to foreigner
      what matters is who was your opponent and how you were fighting for winning. of course China is looking for another FZD but they just do not have such player. They need to have 4 best spots but sooner or later when XX and ML retire they have only FZD world no 1 and others like FB and LGY world no 5 or so.
      Anyway YZY is not my favourite player so I will not miss him .

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      The CNT doesn't care who your opponent is when it comes to the qualification in a mere Open tournament.

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      I also think being up 3-1 and losing every game by 2 points doesn't help his cause.

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      Quote Originally Posted by NextLevel View Post
      I also think being up 3-1 and losing every game by 2 points doesn't help his cause.
      I think it is also a question to the coach how did he encourage his player. YZY just beat Kizukuri quite easily. He will know face Darko Jorgic who is my black horse of this event. I hope Darko beat him same way as Liang Jingkun.

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