TotalEnergies THOMAS-UBER Cup 2020 : Quarterfinal-Final (14-17 October 2021)

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  1. fantastic4

    fantastic4 Regular Member

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    What did he say?
     
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    Do share the translation
     
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    What did he say if you don't mind?
     
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    What did he say ?
     
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    It's better for Christie to focus on the third game rather than playing this second game wholeheartedly. The points gap is quite far.
     
  6. wade

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    2 point gap now
     
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    fantastic4 Regular Member

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    1 game all. A bit hard for Christie to play the third game with his physical condition I guess. Let's see.
     
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    LSF took game 2. Such a strong performance from this young star. LSF, Jiayou!
     
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    It's rubber as Li Shifeng takes the second-set 21-18. Jojo woke up too late in the second set, trailing 8 points and managed to get close to 18-19 only.
     
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    The comeback was in vain
     
  11. Justin L

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    LSF must improve his net play.
     
  12. badMania

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    Jojo needs to focus on the first few points of the third set and build a healthy lead. He cannot afford to lose focus.
     
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    Wow. we got legendary icuk sugiarto. ;)
     
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    Why cant you share it so that everybody can understand that?
    You are the only indonesian who understood what he said?
     
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    Yes and defense but but but you will see. I'm very confident. I hope Momota get backs to his level so that we can get crazy matches since he likes Momota.
     
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    QUOTE="wade, post: 2817805, member: 136953"]What did he say ?[/QUOTE]
    He said 'dia cuman bacot-bacot doang' which means 'he's all talk and nothing more'. Even the coach was taken aback by that comment and didnt like it. It was unnecessary and disrespectful towards your opponent. You wont see Ginting talking like that
     
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    He said 'dia cuman bacot-bacot doang' which means 'he's all talk and nothing more'. Even the coach was taken aback by that comment and didnt like it. It was unnecessary and disrespectful towards your opponent. You wont see Ginting talking like that[/QUOTE]

    Let's call the police! Such harsh words!
     
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    I think he said, "dia cuman bacok bacok doang" not "bacot", probably referring to the chinese player attack in the first game.
     
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    Gua mau cium cium dia.... wahaha.. ;)
     
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    He said 'dia cuman bacot-bacot doang' which means 'he's all talk and nothing more'. Even the coach was taken aback by that comment and didnt like it. It was unnecessary and disrespectful towards your opponent. You wont see Ginting talking like that[/QUOTE]

    I see. Thanks for the translation. Out of the curiosity, you're really the Indonesian legendary Icuk Sugiarto? :)
     

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