2022 Daihatsu Yonex Japan Open

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  1. Yoji

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    Had Kim/Jeong at almost even odds after losing G1. Probably the easiest call of the day.

    Good fight by INA WD though.
     
  2. wade

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    From 10-5 to 11-11 smh
     
  3. wade

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    Kim duo could be the underdog
     
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    3 lucky net cords for CHN in this 2nd game alone
     
  5. Yoji

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    Thats why Fajar cant last 3 games. He just looks ragged , whether its his body language or jersey. Has been like this for this year, any 3 games and you d stand a chance.

    i was waiting for the CHN pair to lose G1, didnt happen so its a no go.
     
  6. wade

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    Chinese attack are actually so predictable, they just gotta be more patient in defense.
     
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    so INA big failure for 2 weeks in JPN.....great job.....
     
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    That's a terrible serve from fajar
     
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    Man fajar has been a disaster in this 3rd game
     
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    Congratulations wang/liang on winning the japan open
     
  12. It'sMeMeMe

    It'sMeMeMe Regular Member

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    yessssssssa........most MD reps in 2 tourneys yet 0 title.....statistically the worst department for INA team
     
  13. Yoji

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    How points Fajar gifted after interval? I think 4 points + a loose serve that gets CHN md rolling. 21-16 should ve been further than that from what i see.

    Need to train on his stamina if he wants to win more titles.
     
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    Why this chinese pair act like they won the tournament already lol
     
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    Yeah fajar stamina seems very suspect. he can play like the best player in the world the first 2 games then suddenly he would make way more mistake than rian in the 3rd. it happened last week against ahsan/hendra too.
     
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    The sleeveless guy is very creative and fast
     
  17. Yoji

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    Can almost say its Rian that carry Fajar mostly this year. Look a better player, only that he doesnt have the mental capability to it game after games. Some of the matches they lost that they shouldnt like the one against LeoDaniel , HokiKoba and even last week. Mostly a 3 games affair.
     
  18. Habisin-Habisin

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    Looks like competition in the men's doubles sector will be increasingly difficult to predict.
    Young cannons such as wang/liang, pram/yere, carnando/martin and man/tee are ready to coup current top-ranking MD.
     
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    Well I always did feel Korean MD were a cut above the rest,especially after Seo/Choi beat Hoki/Kobayashi in straight sets in the Thomas Cup and the coaches still split them up. I guess having 2 pairs in the semifinals now just proves it.

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  20. om patel

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    Probably coached by coach han from full swing badminton.
     
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