PERODUA MALAYSIA Masters 2020 : Qualification-Final (07-12 January)

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  1. wade

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    Lee/wang doing better here than in guangzhou, surprisingly.
     
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    How can ahsan/hendra always find the gap even on difficult position, even when they're being forced to lift the lift are usually very deceptive...making it hard for the opponent's backcourt player.
     
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    Red carpet issue again..
     
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    carpet in malaysia is low quality
    maybe it is made in china
    hahahaha
     
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    Wow what a tight one
     
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    Yep. Rest of the world doesn’t manufacture


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    Did apriani/polli change their playing style or something ? they seems to play more positive badminton than usual..
     
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    What the hell was that
     
  9. wade

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    Is that chafidz yusuf ? minions coach back then ?
     
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    WD matches is pain in the a ... as if the time has different dimension to it.
     
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    Surprising result. HBJ beats NO in straights. H2H is now 8-2 in favour of Nozomi.
     
  12. Firas

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    No amount of coaching from hubby is gonna rescue Saina from being thrashed by Carolina today. The fat and clumsy Indian doesn't even deserve to be in the QF in the first place IMO. She has better luck competing in sumo wrestling or a hotdog-eating competition.
     
  13. Justin L

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    A comforting victory by He Bingjiao against an opponent whom she often struggled against and held a one-sided H2H record, still only 2-8 in Nozomi Okuhara's favour after today's encounter.
     
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    In the second half of G2 in the He Bingjiao - Nozomi Okuhara match, Nozomi made too many uncharacteristic errors.
     
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    Maybe you should learn on how to respect pro players regardless of their weight or how they look. One good thing happened by Saina's loss - at least you had some happiness which I think was missing in your life. Thank you Saina.
     
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    Can't you see? She's only in it for the fame and money now. Many Indians got suckered by her big time. Sad. BTW, I respect all the Chinese, Koreans, Japanese, Danes, Malaysians, Indonesians, Thai & Spanish players on court today no matter how they look.
     
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    She's done her part for nearly 10 years. So badminton players need to stop playing just because they are not able to bring results ? What about the love for the game? If she's still playing for money, fame is it so damn wrong ?
    Okay, why are you getting affected ?
     
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    It's not just her but India in particular. I think India desperately needs a sports hero today to worship. Many countries in Asia are fast-forwarding ahead and she doesn't want to be left behind. Saina is a megastar in India but outside India, she's a nothingburger. I laugh in my heart each time I see a poster from India trying to hype her up or ata.
    It's not just her but India in particular. I think India desperately needs a sports hero today to worship. Many countries in Asia are fast-forwarding ahead and she doesn't want to be left behind. Saina is a megastar in India but outside India, she's a nothingburger. I laugh in my heart each time I see a poster from India trying to hype her up or defend her zealously.
     
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    Good of the umpire to allow the linecall in the NLK - JC match for the final point
     
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    As expected, Momota just have to step it up and HYX is left far behind in the tiebreaking set
     

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