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

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  1. Yoji

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    Hard to find a pair like CaiFu that can win 15SS or so. If they got lucky, they can win 1 tournament WC like LiuZhang and then fades away.
     
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    Just when I think Ng Ka Long is on the decline, he comes up to getting in the finals. Good man!
     
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    FINAL => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...EB4-66E3-4303-A3FB-2445388DDEF4&d=20220710&c=

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    Tai TY fails to redeem big blunder last week as she replays frustrating pattern, banking on usual numerous errors that favours to her closest rival, the Taiwanese can't orchestrate the quality shots to disrupt Chen patient rallies. The less error Olympic Champion played faster, dictating the pace, more active to unleash deadly cross court smash frequently that causing Tai has no answer. Chinese favourite will face An SY, remind us of their Uber Cup memorable final encounter which contained dramatic turnaround. An displayed small hiccup during South East Asia tours, being early round casualties in THA Open, INA Masters, MAS Open whilst the Chinese returns to stability mode after honing her skill to play non stop tournaments since GER Open last March. The Korean star solid retrieving skill halts the unseeded Tunjung good run, classic description to see Indonesian hopeful ran out of steam in decider. It will be tough prospect for An based on the stats as she never won over Chen in seven meetings.

    A marathon and close duel between Wardoyo and Lu GZ, both player led maximum three points alternately, similar style of play to target net shot then followed up by hard smash. Lu missed golden oppportunity despite has more competing experience than his younger opponent, succumbed to high tension in crucial stages to the ambitious Indonesian. Realistically, Lu has no top 10 material to transfrom into world class player, China should look to other prospects to groom. Playing 88 minutes in semifinal, Wardoyo stamina toughness will be tested by higher-ranked Ng KL who outlasts Prannoy, the Indian tactic couldn't work well in second and third game, lack of patience to rush to attack.

    Positive note for Pearly Tan/Thinaah in this tournament, they could be dangerous combination ahead with unconventional WD style of play that usually include boring long rallies. Chen/Jia deal with fierce resistance in second game as the Malaysians keep moving forward earlier into the net, so quick to intercept or maneuvering unpredictable drop shot that troubled the World Champions. The Chinese hotshots meet Matsuyama/Shida, Japan sky-rocketed pair in last eight months. Women's doubles is growing on more interesting direction where newcomers arrive and expected to be more colorful competition in future rather than the rivalry of three nations, CHN-JPN-KOR.

    Yang Po-hsuan/Hu Ling-fang, what a fanstastic performance against the formidable and semi invincible Zheng/Huang, the Taiwanese duo incarnate to become the toughest foe for the Chinese pair to tackle in recent times. Yang PH powerful and lethal smash can balance Zheng monstrous offensive shot also Hu LF speed equals Huang YQ deft touch at front court plus their complicated placement really forcing the Chinese thinking hard. Looks like the Chinese speed begin to wane, exhibit tiredness, it's big question whether they would still participate SGP Open next week. Rivaldy/Mentari beat another combination who beat favorites earlier, Jomkoh/Paewsampran, maiden final of top level tour for INA hopefuls and first ever chance to challenge current world's best.

    Again, no home representative in last round, best hopefuls Aaron Chia/Soh WY create repetitive nervous outcome that translated through lop sided scene in third game, mental block that seriously need to find solution before talking about technical skill. All-INA-Finals as the recent consistent duo Alfian/Ardianto have the Daddies for final showdown.
     
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    The main focus should be finding the best partner for Liu Yuchen for 2024 Paris, he's their best player by far and CHN best bet for gold in 2024.
     
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    Again I am going to say, chen yufei is tge weakest Olympics champion in history. She does not have clear advantage over any top player.
     
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    I like Hendra and Ahsan (my favorite pair) so I hope they give a good match today given their current condition (Ahsan’s injury a few weeks ago and Hendra’s age).
     
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    Chen Yu Fei is getting killed in 2nd game. Maybe it’s time for her to take a break from back to back to back tournaments?
     
  8. Yoji

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    Whod have though Chico Wardoyo will win SS first before JC lol… what an achievement.
     
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    He won Ginting this time ^-^
     
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    Yes Chico what a way to end the match and grab the tittle by returning the net-deflection by crosscourt shot.

    :D

    Congrats!
     
  11. Yoji

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    Cant remember INA have MS posture like ChicoWardoyo. His height helps and after watching the replay, he prolly has strongest smash in INa MS, definitely stronger than JC who plays like p***y at times.
     
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    so unbelivably weak......the real final was yesterday vs yph/hlf
     
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    INA XD is still sinking in gloomy times, the gap is too far from zsw/hyq
     
  14. Yoji

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    I thought WD is the main event, but i guess MD will be the main event. Whats up with straight finish today
     
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    WS was supposed to be the main event but overall an unexciting final day.

    All four finals ending in 2 games. Are they all rushing to Sunny Singapore?
    This must be the shortest final day.

    Luckily still have the Wimbledon final and Austrian F1 to look forward to.
     
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  16. Yoji

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    Hopes Austrian F1 is as good as Silverstone.
     
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    As long as Hamilton doesn't win.
     
  18. Yoji

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    Hendra turning back the clock and keeping the pair alive
     
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    What an end. Hendra is just smiling throughout G2.

    They could finally lose in WC but they might still win a medal.
     
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    Fajar/Rian has a great chance at the WC this year, they were the bronze medalist in 2019 and in 2020 they didn't get to play at the olympics. I feel like this is gonna be their year, in fact it's already their year...they've been the best pair by far this year.
     

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