Singapore Open 2022

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  1. sunshinepower01

    sunshinepower01 New Member

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    Glad that this match happened to the all-INA SF. If this happened when INA facing a different country, I could imagine the INA's fans' rage already.
     
  2. Bardie

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    I know. Just ask her why she was confused ... If you watch the video the score was 17-17 and at the moment she ask for the hawkeye score changed to 16-18 . So it was her fault and she gets more confused. I don't know maybe she was in a assessment and still get more confused. I don't know.
     
  3. Bardie

    Bardie Regular Member

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    I agree . Even the Ref was there and she also make nothing!
     
  4. ong huigen

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    I think she has mental problems.
    I get it that she made a blunder.
    But when she was told of the blunder, she should have at least "remembered" that it was a draw previously and Ahsan won the point.
    Then when Ahsan told her it is 17-18. She should at least have the "intelligence" level to know it's 17-18 with Ahsan serving.

    This is not even a blunder. It's pure stupidity.
     
  5. Baddyforall

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    Kodai naroka entered final beating the chinese youngster in straight games.
    I would not be surprised if he takes the title.
     
  6. terrynguyen121988

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    Slower than Kunlavut and Lakshya Sen on the road, but Naraoka gradually keeping up!

    A new generation were keeping up with 201x generation.
     
  7. ong huigen

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    Well. In the 2nd set, the drift already messed up the first 3 points.

    Anyway, the Japanese lady defeated chochuwong in straights set with her trailing very far in the 2nd set.

    She was also point by point in the first half of the first set. In fact was leading.

    She is actually at chochuwong level because she also beat busanan I'm straight sets as well recently.

    When facing a top player, there is always this psychological effect.

    But the Vietnamese lady is pretty good
     
  8. ong huigen

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    Dun think he will beat loh Kean yew or even ginting.

    They both are in another level.
     
  9. terrynguyen121988

    terrynguyen121988 Regular Member

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    Agree but sometimes, something can go other way.

    Not many people believe that Lakshya or Kunlavut can win Viktor, but they did.

    And 99.99% people on the world think that Loh Kean Yew will lose to Viktor in WC 2021, but .......... yeah, sometimes.

    I, personally, don't think Naraoke can go though final this tournament, but ............. yeah, he did.
     
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  10. nokh88

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    Had the SIN pair won yesterday, they would have progressed to the final.
     
  11. It'sMeMeMe

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    not the blockbuster i expected......but oh well
     
  12. Yoji

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    INA MS gonna win consecutive SS? When the last time that happened.. well thats all you can do when Axelsen isnt around is to try and win it.
     
  13. ong huigen

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    I still cannot believe LKY can mess up the first set.
    He was 4 points up 2 times in home soil.
    But I should have already guess. He was not mentally up there when playing with Li Shi Feng yesterday allowing him to come back a few times.

    My luck is really, really bad today.
    When He let Ginting win the first game like the way he did, it's already almost over.

    But then Ginting would probably be very motivated to play well as well given that this is his best chance of a title.

    I have to say, Ginting today did not make much mistakes.
     
  14. nokh88

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  15. ong huigen

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    Of course anything can happen. It just take a few mistakes and things can turn around.
     
  16. nokh88

    nokh88 Regular Member

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    Yup, when the 1st game is lost, it's done.
    But if he took the 1st game, he would win because AG won't have enough gas for 3 games.
     
  17. ong huigen

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    Actually how did he mess up the first game.
    Home Pressure?
    It's like yesterday he allowed Li Shi Feng to come back a few times
     
  18. ong huigen

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    Seriously. I guess all my "luck" at the Malaysian open ran out.
    How Pornpapee Chochuwong lost the 2nd set with such a high lead to Jap Player, LKY losing the first set despite leading 7-11, Rahayu, Ramathi suddenly giving Thai Pair chances at Semi Final. You know the Thai Pair that had a hard time even in the qualifiers. And how Daddies can mess up a 3 points lead at the 2nd set. And rub it into my face by having a stupid umpire at the last minute.

    Crazy.
     
  19. Habisin-Habisin

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    LKY lost in most of net play, and his defense wasn't very solid either.
    He seems to be running out of ideas when his game plan doesn't go well.
    Easy win for ginting.
     
  20. r1cky_b3cks

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    ginting netplay is just truly awesome today so tight that it’s only way out is to lob
     

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