Bitburger Badminton Open 2017

Discussion in '2017 Tournaments' started by Loh, Oct 30, 2017.

  1. It'sMeMeMe

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    yeah ok she won't rule .... but she really has very nice right hand
     
  2. CIA-99

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    11-7 lead for Zii Jia in G3, he needs to focus in order to not repeat his mistakes in G2.
     
  3. CIA-99

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    14-8, almost the same situation as Lee Chong Wei at Glasgow 2017.
     
  4. ebcd

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    I'm a bit surprised that Hafiz/Glo managed to go through SF. I guess Hafiz is really a hard working player.

    Nice, as in nice looking?


    #Tapatalk
     
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    15-9, yep pretty same. Just hope Zii Jia not repeat Lee's mistake.
     
  6. It'sMeMeMe

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    her right hand is what i call 360 degrees wrist .... it's very nice for deceptions

    as for her face .... well not my type too bad .. body quite ok though :D
     
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    18-10 just need 3 more point to seal his third GPG semi finals.
     
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    20-10, Zii Jia. One more to go.
     
  9. nokh88

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    Done. 21-10
     
  10. CIA-99

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    Lee Zii Jia with another great win, ousting Brice Leverdez 19-21, 21-18, 21-10.
    A good improvement.
     
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  11. CIA-99

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    Next opponent for Lee Zii Jia is the talented DEN player, Rasmus Gemke who already had beaten him last year.
     
  12. nokh88

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    Should not classified as avenge. It's two different people.
     
  13. CIA-99

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  14. nokh88

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    You are too nationalistic.
     
  15. Baddyforall

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    LCW is totally a different player altogether. This won't be considered as revenge. LCW has to do it by himself.
     
  16. CIA-99

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    Oh come on, don't make this big. You just like drama.
     
  17. CIA-99

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    Even something petty like that you want to find fault?
    That's good. Okay then.
     
  18. Hassefar60

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    I just think "avenge" is too harsh of a word. If you think beating another player in badminton qualifies as "inflicting harm", then avenge is the right word. I don't think it qualifies. It is just a game after all.

    In such a situation, I would use the term re-match and that would need LCW himself to do it.
     
  19. nokh88

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    Fine.
    To each his own.
    Everyone can support his own player but I still find avenge and revenge are not quite suitable unless in this context it's LCW himself won over Brice.
     
  20. CIA-99

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    But searches reveal the definition is "...on behalf of (oneself or another)."
    However, I don't intend to keep this up, so pardon me.
    Cheers.
     
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