Badminton Asia Championships 2015

Discussion in '2015 Tournaments' started by RedShuttle, Mar 16, 2015.

  1. suetyan

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    But it doesn't explain why LXR - WYH had to battle down to the razor thin scores: 20-22, 24-22, 22-20 lasted for 1:14, esp. when the other finalist won't be their compatriot...following your thinking there should be many ways to rest either one.
     
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    Who knows mate. Perhaps LYB wanted these two to fight it out to see who will be seeded first in future team tournaments. All I know is that it's disappointing yet again to see so many walkovers, especially at the business end of a tournament. And yet again, it's China doing it.
     
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    Wait who benefited from the walkovers, if I remember correctly it's the two korean pair plus the hong kong pair. You are so bothered by China's success
     
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    TS is just slow in updating have patience.
     
  7. Justin L

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    WXL/YY lost G2 by identical score, 18-21, a rubber in the offing.
     
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    Yes, who knows... each may have his whatsoever thought, it's free and having no bearing after all... words are truly cheap :D
     
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    Cable TV. ...
     
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    Mate, I'm not bothered by anyone's success. I am bothered by poor sportsmanship.
     
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    WXL is sluggish. If the Japanese drop more than lifts to her, they will have higher chance to win.
     
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    He's injured. I'm bothered by your malicious thinking.
     
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    I'm not saying he isn't injured. It's just that China have cried wolf so many times now.

    By the way, why I you directing at me and not suetyan and others in this thread? They actually made fun of the situation by suggesting China played rock, paper, scissors. I didn't do that mate.
     
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    And you actually posted a few weeks ago that it's good for China to manipulate the draw if it benefits them overall. So why are you suddenly defending their actions in a different way now?
     
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    I guess, some of them are still living in the past and couldn't get over those CHN walkovers which mostly had to do with the OG criteria set by BWF/IOC.
     
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    I did not said anything about manipulating the draw.
     
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    Both of you are the same only assumption. So no one should blame others.
     
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    Just look at the statistics done by limsy measured over several years. It's not just the Olympic Games. If you don't believe that, you probably don't believe smoking causes cancer either. Because the level of evidence is similar.
     
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    I wonder if the Thai's broadcast networks now regularly interrupted by the messages from the "National Council for Peace and Order"? Just curious from watching this True Sport 7 interruption.

    Anyone regularly watching Thailand TVs nowadays please confirm.
     

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