XXXII Tokyo OG 2020 : DAY-6 (29th July 2021) XD Semifinal, MD & WD Quarterfinal, MS & WS R/16

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  1. KB@TB Em

    KB@TB Em Regular Member

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    How are NED are allowed to wear different shirts in Olympics??
    Absolutely ridiculous imo. That's such a bad picture imo.
     
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    just curious will the both kor wd meet if this pair win over NED as well?
     
  3. badmintonpog1

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    She used to play singles. I remember a Canadian commentator was talking about her during the Canadian Open in 2017(?).

    Mayu Mastumoto even made some earning off of playing singles too. Got the information from BWF profile.
     

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    Well maybe Kanta won't last the G2
     
  5. decrepit

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    Thanks. Maybe I will check again. I just only saw her play singles once in domestic tournament (and it sucked!), don't know that she also competed internationally.
     
  6. badmintonpog1

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    You have a link to it? I never seen her play singles before so it would be interesting to see how she played.
     
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    ASG is just too nuclear sometimes :p:p
     
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    Kevin Cordon got a slow start, but he has found his attack now. He's up 11-9 in the first game
     
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    yeah, Ginting overwhelms Kanta
    Tbh, I think Ginting has good chance for gold
    He has been solid. And this super fast condition helps with his attacking game as well
     
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    Ginting is taking over now, 11-4
     
  11. decrepit

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    Here it is:

    Her opponent was Shiori Saito, fyi
     
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    No I'm not mate. He's my favorite player thou. That 1983 world championship final against Liem Swie King is still the best match I've ever seen..
     
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    TYSM :D! Weird that I haven't seen this match despite watching a lot badminton matches from SMASH and NET.TV.
     
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    So last chance for JAP to get gold: WS
    What is their gold target?
     
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    Who is the underdog? Lzj or chen long? :)
     
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    For me it's Chen Long :D
     
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    Cordon 15-15 Caljouw. Caljouw is dictating the game now
     
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    I think many players started out playing singles in school/junior. Only when they can't make it, did some switch to doubles.
    Tan Kian Meng (Malaysian XD with Lai Pei Jing) is one example
     
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    Cordon 18-16 Caljouw. An amazing save from Cordon gives him the lead
     

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