PERODUA MALAYSIA Masters 2022 : QUALIFICATION-FINAL (5-10 July)

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  1. nokh88

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    Disagree Bro.
    I watched the entire match.
    Towards the end of the 2nd game Tan was running out of gas because she was smashing from the rear court, left and right.
    You may want to watch it again.
     
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    There was call where shuttle landed OUT , line judge also referred it as OUT. But Choi kept arguing with Umpire that the call was IN. He was standing there for long time to convince the Umpire. But invain. This must be the reason. The incident, simple as that, i don't know will make him so angry. He left immediately without wishing umpire and service judge etc . Even Service judge and umpire kept calling to wait but he did not listen.
     
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  3. undeadshot

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    Ng Tze Yong is not it. Lacks any real weapons to threaten top players. Once Chou Tien Chen steps up the pace and intensity it will be over irrespective of the early lead he gets.

    He doesn't have the power to kill the rally nor does he have the speed to outmaneuver his opponent.
     
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  4. nokh88

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    Great to see you back.
    Agree on all the above.
    As mentioned earlier, he will just be another MAS MS player.
     
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    the one reason why the current MAS MS players unable to breakthrough such as having good smashes and high speed, because theyre not Lee Chong Wei...
     
  6. pajrul

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    What's going on with the Japanese WD contingent? So uncharacteristic of them. Fukushima&Hirota lost more due to lethargy and uncharacteristic silly mistakes than anything else. Not to take away the performance of the Malaysian pair, they played very well though.
     
  7. Sundis

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    Momota is going to lose to Tsuneyama, 1 game and 2-13 down
     
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    only 10-15 now
     
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    11-15 but Momota looks way more tired than Stuneyama;)
     
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    11-17 now :(
     
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    12-18, a comeback is nearly impossible
     
  12. justiceforlcy

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    There goes Momota again
     
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    KM lost.....
     
  14. nokh88

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    He needs a holiday.
     
  15. Baddyforall

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    He is already in holiday. He just need a coach and fitness trainer. As expected, a good strategic player can beat him nowadays . His physical condition is so weak.
     
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    Tomorrow's WS matches are more exciting than MS.
     
  17. CLELY

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    In the absence of current dominant king, men's singles offering slice of chance for some non regular quarterfinalists in BWF higher tour, both China and Indonesia have assured one semis spot, Anthony Ginting who has rediscovered his fine touch and should go further in this event where all of his attempts in three previous tournaments always halted by Axelsen. No surprise for Momota defeat as he can lose to anyone nowadays that contributed by relentless miserable performance.

    As predicted, Tai TY and Chen YF take on same opponent whom they beat last week in same round, whether it's revesal of fortune or last week carbon-copy result. Goh JW forced World number two Taiwanese into three games but sadly her fitness level didn't complement decent technical skill. Sindhu outclasses Zhang YM who seized attention since clinched bronze medal at Huelva World Championships end of last year but becomes evaporating lately. World Champion Yamaguchi finally studied well how to beat Wang ZY in fourth encounter, the Japanese keeps targeting front court area through net drop or cross court drop where the agile Wang often late to anticipate her opponent shots.

    Two local WD pairs display wow showing at the home soil to subdue Japanese ladies, somekind of wind of change occurs this category recently, several up-and-coming combination begin to shake the established names, Rahayu/Ramadhanti are the most stunning example followed by Pearly Tan/Thinaah and Jeong NE/Kim HJ. It seems downward trend is approaching reigning World Champions Bass/Popor and All England champions Watanabe/Higashino whereas Chinese counterparts stay strong in the fray and no impossible they will seal the deal till conclusion round.

    TV COURT MATCHES
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  18. ong huigen

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    Homecourt advantage I guess.

    Even the average Malaysian pair gave Chen/jia a very difficult time.
     
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    It's not home advantage,Anna/Teoh just pair up last year and already won a World Tour title in India, they also upset two top ten pairs in two different tournaments back to back. They won/runner up several IC titles as well within the year they started playing. They really start from the bottom to the top,no notional ranking points to help them up.



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  20. ong huigen

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    Arrr. So you think Vivian hoo can push Chen/jia in normal circumstances.

    Let's see how well they will do after the Singapore open shall we?
     
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