Yonex ALL ENGLAND Open 2020 : Round of 32 to FINAL (11-15 March)

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  1. Beta2k

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  2. RichF

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    Quite sad to see Zhang has no coach/support courtside, although perhaps she prefers it that way.
     
  3. Yoji

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    is there link for Court2/3?
     
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    Wow, wasn’t that a perfect, sweet revenge for KN, after losing the finals to NKL early this year?!?


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  6. Yoji

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    Feels like Rian plays better these days. Many errors from Alfian..

    His netplay has been decisive Rian, doing kills that not use to see from a back player
     
  7. RichF

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    Ooh, I think that did brush his head ;-)
     
  8. terrynguyen121988

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    I've just heard about Arsenal.
    I hope all players badminton will be fine.
     
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    LD managed to steal the second game 22-20.
    We'll see how it goes in the decider tame.
     
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    Losing G1 13-21, He seemed to have found the right game in the end to take G2 22-20. No chance for KV in G3 and LD took it 21-10
     
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    Hope LYD vs LiLiu for 3 tournaments in a row
     
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    It would make it alot easier for me to root for LD if he wasn't such an ******* on court...
     
  13. Justin L

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    Incredible, Lin Dan actually came from behind to equalized with G2 by the narrowest of margin, winning the deuce 22-20, and then, unexpectedly to me, romped home to victory with a convincing win in the decider over the young, fast and strong Kunlavut Vitidsarn who for the first half of the match was able to take the shuttle early to trouble the comparatively slower Lin Dan.

    I guess it's down to the old legend making his experience count in the end. Well, it's only R1, let's see how far he can go here.
     
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    Kunlavut Vitidsarn's needs to work on his stamina, the guy could barley keep up by the end of game 2.
     
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    I know that Lin Dan will win the match when he takes the second game with 22-20. Kunlavut is a good player but he is lack of experience. If Lin Dan doesn't make errors in the deciding game, he will win the match, and he won it.
     
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    Owww LYC that should be been 19-19 shot wide an open shot
     
  17. RichF

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    Language, Christopher! ;-)
     
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    Ahsan/hendra's jersey look nice
     
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    Dear BBC,
    I just spent nine hours watching commentated badminton in HD.
    Thank you.
    Now, please add the ability to record red-button footage!
     
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    Are all court available except court 1 now?
     

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