2022 TotalEnergies BWF THOMAS-UBER Cup Finals : The Knockout Phase (12-15 May)

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  1. Sundis

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    The heavyweight champions Chia and Teo


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    Compared to Srikanth, it feels like watching NTY play badminton in slow motion.
     
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    India 3MS is steady. Thomas Cup title beckons.
     
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    As always.
     
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    I believe India already has this in the bag through MD1, MS2 and MS3. I would be surprised if Malaysia pull through.
     
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    With Zhao JP 's loss, there's less than 50% chance of Team CHN to get past INA, as the two MDs are more or less a given to INA.
     
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    Ya,Izzudin/Sze Fei has such a bad record against Rankireddy/Shetty. I really don't know what the coaches were thinking. Both Ong/Teo and Soh/Chia had the better H2H but the coaches decided to play the pair which has the negative H2H against them.

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  8. Yoji

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    Too much powerplay from LiuOu esp in G1. They arent going to win this way i feel

    and they cant smash as much in G2.

    KevinAhsan skills is really on show.
     
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    Kevin just doing that the last few points. So easy to serve like that against tall players
     
  10. ChildrenOfBadminton

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    IND vs MAS will go till MS3....please win this prannoy!
     
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    2-0 for Team INA as Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo/Mohd Ahsan beat Liu Yu Chen/Ou Xuan Yi 21-17, 21-15. It's a more straight-forward game, all done in 38 mins.

    Meanwhile, KOR is levelling at 1-1 and IND is inching towards a 2-1 lead.
     
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    Ou xuanyi is terrible, but then again no one on CHN team really come close to yuchen's level at the moment...maybe siwei/yuchen will be good.
     
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    Ahsan/Sukamuljo's playing style is less suitable against Kang/Seo, but very lethal against Liu/Ou.
    The burden now rests on LSF's shoulders
     
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    Losing li junhui really is such a huge blow. They need their twin towers
     
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    It was indeed a good high quality badminton in g1. Sen badly wanted a good start in g2. When he didn’t get it, LZJ made sure there was no way back for Sen. LZJ controlled the net better overall


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    Self destruction mode on :mad:
     
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    Kidambi with his routine points dropping to give his opponent some fighting spirit.

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    Wasn’t it funny when he signaled his racket did the talking after the win. He was sub par for most parts of the match


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    Not steady bro. And second line is too much even for us Indian fans. Lol
     
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    Iirc, once again, as in the previous Sudirman Cup, now at the Thomas Cup, Team CHN is in a must-win situation being 2-0 down and the unenviable, pressure-cooker task falls on the young shoulders of Li Shifeng. Can he deliver ?
     

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