2014 Yonex JAPAN Open SS : Round of 16 & QUARTERFINALS (12th & 13th June 2014)

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  1. ngkt67

    ngkt67 Regular Member

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    eventually MAS MD pairs are built to beat higher rank pairs, but not to beat the lower rank pairs... unlike LCW he alone is built to beat anyone except LD...
     
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    My dear WYH :crying:
     
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    Japanese men are in serious trouble. Japan's No.1 Men's Double is out. Kento Momota is out. Takuma Ueda is having a hard time with his opponent, Hu Yun. I guess the Thomas Cup Champion has a lot more to learn.
     
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    Any livestream for Ct 3, just asking ?
     
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    what you said is right, CHN did not lift at all....even with TBH at front net, CHN still dare to play netting
    and TBH either force to lift or error at the net...and yes, when we have chance to smash, we either drop or smash one time and when return, we send shuttle flat to let CHN to counter attack...
     
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    Has anyone a match link for LDs match?
     
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    That make sense ;)
     
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    more like TBH jealous cannot go for Commonwealth Games....his purpose in Tokyo is to avenge defeat to the JPN pair....:rolleyes:

    partially right, when the condition favor him and partner he go all out
    when everything seems not right, he lost his steam and play with half heart...
     
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    What happened on Court 2 and 3?
     
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    Which implies he doesn't know how to adapt gameplay on court.
     
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    I want to see LXR vs Marin. But Eriko vs Marin is not bad. My dream final is Porntip vs Takahashi.:eek:

    I don't think LXR wants to go to Disneyland with WYH. She won't miss another SS title.
     
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    CWF mentally scarred from the TC defeat to Momota loses tamely to LD.
     
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    then how he beat Son Wan Ho yesterday?? I didnt expect he can get pass Son...
    i think he gave too much respect to LD...and also LD was too good for him....
     
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    Takahashi will face Tai TY at last eight before semifinal scenario happens. Tai isn't an easy opponent, must be tight match tomorrow.

    Yeah, what a contrast fashion. Yesterday, MAS duo was so powerful to stun home fave, world #3 Endo/Hayakawa then they lost to CHN young pair today.

    Seems Thomas Cup victory only delivers little impact for home men's players. Kenichi Tago is the last man standing in MS who will take on Indian Sourabh Varma later while all his three compatriots are already out, Momota, Sasaki and Ueda.
     
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    even SWH win against CWF yesterday, the today's fate still the same as either one of them would unable to beat LD...
     
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    china "new" pairing always good for a while due to the good attacking play, once their weakness exposed, they will be gone.
     
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    Since yesterday i saw Ahsan a bit of error prone and quite not interested and not motivated
     
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    especially Qiu Zihan/Liu Xiaolong?
     
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    This is why we do not hype up a pair based on one victory. I used to do it too when I first followed badminton scene but after a few years...
     

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