KOREA Open Badminton Championships 2022 (05-10 April 2022) : R/32 to Final

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  1. lurker

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    WHY, LD replacement? hahahaa
    being MS and left handed of coz
     
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    Christie is shaking...
     
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    Lin Dan junior won
     
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    New Lin Dan is born..
     
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    A choke to rival even JC’s biggest fails…
     
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    Now that he's proven himself, let's hope CBA doesn't squander WHY's development in the years to come.

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    Ranking never matter. WHY came from qualifier round, maintained his composure, with his smooth movement and swift powerful wrist. Like an AI, it just got better and better as the match progresses, end the match point with a thunderous signature smash. He recorded several over 400 kmh smashes on this tournament.
     
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    An improved version of Lin Dan has arrived, taller, stronger and emotionless cold killer 'machine'.
     
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    Killer smashes and amazing defences. WHY have all the skills to be one of the top players. Only time can tell. What a performance and its too bad he couldn't play more tournaments because of pandemic.
     
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    Not just the physical aspects. I think his mentality, his calm composure really contributes to his great performance as well.

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    lucky win by chinese low rank player. he is down 16-19 in set 2. it is jojon's stupidity that make him lose
     
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    The korean pair is very dependent on how good seo sung jae is, this won’t hold up in bigger tournaments with other top pairs.
     
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    When rian isn't a liability then fajar/rian could easily become the best pair itw
     
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    Seems like I jinx them lol
     
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    Kang looks pretty fit under that t-shirt :eek:
     
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    I still think that the fast and furious play style fikri/maulana might be more suit to balance kang/seo, rather than this alfian/ardianto
     
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    If you are the Korean coach, what tactic will you tell ypur players?
     
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    Kang's defence is not up to mark.
     
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    play normally, then the INA pair will make their own mistakes
     
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