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Discussion in '2019 Tournaments' started by CLELY, Jul 15, 2019.
Very boring match so far
Wang/Huang should change team outside CHN.
well at least they're doing it quickly haah..
Winning in XD is as if its like worth anything lol.
From the most competitive to the least competitive
Worths $97500 apparently in IO.
And another straight win for the World Number n°1. Completely outclassed the n°2 chinese pair
Yeah XD should be banned. redistribute to other 4 sectors are better.
Siwei and WHQ have only lost TWO matches this whole year (26 - 2)
Talk about dominance !
I prefer ZN/ZYL kind of dominance
CTC seemed like he was enjoying every second if it lol He couldn't hide his smile
LMAOOOO the istora crowd does it again
Who can blame him
I think MS is the most competitive sector throwing the injuries around. Anyone can win any tournament especially after LD LCW era. Momota wins a lot of tournament but it just feels that competitive.
MD is second most competitive because those outside top 8. I would say top 15-20 poses danger. There is no easy draw. You can meet someone like Shetty/R, AaronSoh, OngTeo, HeTan and also the korean pairs and they can push you to 3 games, if not upset.
WS is basically competitive amongst the top 8 players in the world.
AA playing like crap.... remove the coaches and put them on the plane pls....
After a tentative start by both players , the battle is heating up now
According to BWF news, Taka/Matsu has been battling with injuries throughout the week. Nevertheless, it was a great come back from Fuku/Hiro to win the second game from trailing behind at 10-17 to 21-18.
The final point is often the hardest to win, you can't afford to slacken one bit. At last Chou TC nailed it, one game to the good, 21-18.
CTC seems to always try to win any game with the minimum effort, allowing the opponents to regain their self-confidences along the way. Don't know if that is such a good idea to carry out most of the time.
CTC brings lots of rackets tonight, i guess if he wins he will gift one to the audience