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Discussion in '2022 Tournaments' started by Baddie lover, Apr 3, 2022.
Wow that line call at 5-5 in Game 2 MD was disgusting. Luckily the umpire corrected it.
Is Lee Yang injured or loss of form?
Tee is the weaker of the 2 especially at the rear court.
Well done to the Malaysian pair. Held their nerve at the crucial moments and kept their composure despite the numerous service faults.
Very error-ridden game by the Taipei pair and they capitalized on it.
Amazing win for the MAS MD lol
Taipei pair cannot win anything after olympics, like Ji Xinpeng, one hit wonder?
Don't think it was a service fault by Man at 17 all.
JPN lost all 3 finals.
i think Lee/Wang has lost to several MAS pairs recently
like how Fajar/Rian beaten every active MAS MD pair
You obviously referred to the wrong Taiwanese pair
At least you are open minded unlike someone.
And for that guy who want better prove. Excuse me, you seriously think I am working in the badminton department or a private investigator or something.
He is obviously bitter.
And yes, there seems to be lots of irregularities in this tournament.
99% of ppl will be putting their monies on Lee yang and Wang chi Lin to win. And also the female Japanese pair to win as well. Given that Japanese pair just trashed the HK pair and was even 3 points up in the 3rd match.
Luckily I did not lose much in those.
Credit to that guy for not abusing his authority though even though I do not have a high view of him.
Both protagonists in singles category have happy ending in their homeground tournament. Seasoned fighter Chou TC is unfazed to drop opening game as local fave stamped authority in next two games, changing pace and stayed focus in long rallies to outplay and counter attack JPN up-and-coming player Naraoka who found frustration when his shots were anticipated well by his older rival, losing inner-belief towards the ending of this match.
Tai TY displays modest and quite under pressure performance to play in front of roaring crowd in final day, only her top quality net or deceptive drop shot can quell Kawakami resilience, toughest opponent along this tournament as the Japanese keeps rallies going on and pushing the top-seed back and forth to chase shuttlecock.
Lee/Wang quest to end title drought still persistent, lack of confidence as exhibited in last part of third game when Man/Tee levelled the scoreline and three nervous shots that translated through unforced errors from the Olympic Champions delivering second S300 title for MAS duo.
I guess you really think it's "natural" that they lost on front of home crowd and that being even 3-4 points up in 3rd set
I am not directly saying match fixing. But then would an Olympic champion get so nervous in homecrowd against an unestablished pair?
Also one thing. Contributing to naroka trashing. If he took the 2nd set more seriously, he would have a better chance of winning
I just dunno why coaches do not advice players to take the 2nd set more seriously after winning the first set as it gives the opponent the momentum and if you just lost the 2nd set comprehensively how can you have confidence in the 3rd set?
After all this is the finals, does it make sense to "conserve" energy?
But of course, most of you guys probably will not understand.
Anyway. To that bitter guy, overall I still win big. But of course you can choose to think otherwise.
I know Hong Kong is a very stressful place and people probably take pleasure in others being miserable because they are miserable themselves
Rather fortunate to win the womens doubles. Looked very shaky for some points but more due to her partner.
Happy for you that you won.
Odds reflect the possibility of winning and not winning.
Now they have two World Tour titles actually...surpassing their seniors...
But I think all three pairs are very good actually,maybe just not the time yet for Soh/Chia and Izzudin/Goh
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I dunno. For momota, he just met an in form tsuneyama that's all. Logically it would make sense to place your bet on Axelsen since he is probably determined to trash Momota since Momota has been dominating him for so long.
I mean tsuneyama just trashed a very in form Zhao Jun peng
before he played momota, so it was going to be tough. But of course you are not going to bet against momota if he plays against tsuneyama right?
As for ginting, well. Yes his form is great, but then he is always prone to mistakes and a lapse of concentration.
Well, maybe I will elaborate more a little bit.
I won quite a bit after everything. Taking into consideration my positive and negative bets.
End of story
There's a typo, it should say Lu Ching Yao / Yang Po Han. So my point still stands.
But I really appreciate your pearls of wisdom I really do