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Discussion in '2022 Tournaments' started by CLELY, May 7, 2022.
That's Sung Ji Hyun
I don’t foresee Takahashi making any sort of misjudgement like that. She has even more grit than Yamaguchi.
Why did korea switched their 2nd MD?
Victor flooring material is such a fail…
I'm afraid that all of players will get an injury (more or less) after this tournament.
So from ASY to PVS to AY to RI to ST to LS to ASG to JC to LGZ to CP to NO to GJW to almost all the players by now have had slips and skids which could prove to be lethal.
Are the organizers waiting for an Injury ?
If Thai Open is gonna happen at this arena then God help the players.
Im done !
Where else could it be held…
Hopefully Yonex is sponsoring the next one lol.
Wow Ahsan and Kevin are MD1 this round.
Should be entertaining if Ahsan has the legs for 3 long games…
Japan vs Indonesia in English commentary.
At least FukuMatsu aren’t fooling around like JPN WD1…
This tournament is so much more than slips and failed mats.
We know it, by now they know it, can we please move forward now?
Korean team is sponsored by Yonex now, no victor? Or am I just noticing it now
Fooling "around" won't get you anywhere. It is still on the same spot.
Many teams have switched to Yonex. Wonder why? What happened to Victor and Li Ning?
Yonex offer more sponsorship money than the rest
bilqis the daughter of joko suprianto beat akane yamaguci
number 333 beat number 1
If she just won the European title playing at 60%, that says a lot about the European level of play in WS (removing a few European MS players from the equation, it is not that bright either in this category).
Unfortunately yes, same venue of 2018 Thomas-Uber Cup Finals.
Well, INA debutant Bilqis Prasista, daughter of 1993 World Champ Joko Supriyanto and former INA top WD pair in 90's era Zelin Resiana, creates instant sensation after beat current World #1 & World Champion Akane Yamaguchi. The Japanese showed below-par performance and under huge pressure, playing quite careless shot than usual less error game, the Japanese can't maintain good lead in second set, credit to Indonesian teen who has noteworthy endurance to balance typical Japanese long rallies. Another tense moment for strong favorites also displayed by Matsuyama/Shida against unfamiliar combination Mamahit/Nadia. Japan gaining the upper hand in the remaining three matches.
INA v KOR
INA team rests Jonatan Christie in last match of group stage, just hope the strategy works well to field Vito against Jeon HJ.
TPE v IND
The ending scoreline would be 3-2, both teams arrange strong line-up, if Sen wins over Chou then most likely IND will win this tie.
ye TPE vs IND should be fireworks
oh i forgot INA vs KOR should be interesting too
& THA vs SGP too
Thai and Singapore can’t qualify anymore right?