2010 Thomas Cup Semifinal - Day 6, Fri May 14th

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  1. extremenanopowe

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    less talk n more action pls......
     
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    In our elevated upper tier area, people are jostling to grab good seats. A few girls make do by sitting on the staircase.
     
  3. kwun

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    the JPN team did really well and well deserved their Semifinal spot via beating MAS. however, this unfortunately is where the big boys play and it will be the end of the road for them.
     
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    doesn't matter, even 10% would be enough if he simply takes it:D:D
    anyway, seriously it looks like it pays off now as he said he changed training regime after the mess in January, already at AE there was something different from what we've seen for a long time. Anyway, hope he keeps it the way it goes now , so lotta great entertainment coming up we can't expect from others:eek: That's why we love watching him!:cool:
     
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    Is it full yet? My work finish at 6...probably the good seats will be occupied by then...
     
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    Japanese are more competitive when keeping the shuttle flat but Indonesians are the drive game masters.
     
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    ok, looks like game over for Japan, congrats to INA team, no doubt they gonna get 3rd point soon, see you folks later again
     
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    Yes! Kido/Setiawan deliver second point for INA team, beat Hayakawa/Kazuno convincingly, 21-9 ; 21-11.
     
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    Time to take a long break and grab my lunch.

    Unless an absolute disaster happens, Indonesia are practically through to the final.
     
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    Indonesia also play like at their home ground.
     
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    Wow...what a fast match :eek: I was just away for a few mins when the score was locked at 7-7 and I thought it would be a much tighter game. But, Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan seal it in straight-sets 21-9, 21-11 in just 23 mins.

    Up next is Simon Santoso vs Sho Sasaki.
     
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    Not the same Jap pair....that time;)
     
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    and that's it.

    Markis Kido / Hendra Setiawan Chandra (INA) beats Kenichi Hayakawa / Kenta Kazuno 21-9 / 21-11

    a very straight forward match, not much to say really. the JPN are not powerful enough and defense not strong enough to give the INA veterans any trouble at all.
     
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    The Final will be play today at 7.30pm...
     
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    i like the music when players walked in
    so inspiring haha
     
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    This could be the most off balance SF in TC............INA simply too strong !
     
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    Simon no problem to beat the japanese
     
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    Couldn't agree more....
    I think, Hayom can be better than Tago.. Let us see....

    Go Indonesia !!!
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    Even I would like to see Hayom - don't believe he is needed today, good luck to Simon now
     

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