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Discussion in '2020 Tournaments' started by CLELY, Mar 10, 2020.
Thai so defensive, F boring even if they end up champion
The fck?The camera keep changing angle when players are smashing
things in the circle, is this the same ? to measure something ?
service judge cheating man
Jordan really wants it
this time, yes, because mo was unlucky. 2017, mo got ban from his country and its his fault, there's no luck or unluck. So i consider it as a lost of mo from qualify round
2 prodigy kids in ms got all wcj, wc, their continental cup, all england (once, one bear another in final) and also ssf/wtf
2 prodigy kids in ws: wcj, wc for rat, asian cup, all england (once beat rat in final) and also ssf/wtf for tai
Melati can't defence a thing.
Lol ananother service fault..
Wtf is this service judge
idiot service judge...spoiling the match
Man that’s annoying
no one is cheating over anything.. early inG2 if not faulted i think INA will have 11-0 lead. silly
One’s a black hole, the other’s a white hole. You put something in Marin’s, it comes out of Axelsen’s nipples
Jordan for president!
Even G3 starts with 10-2 .. G2 truly will have 11-0 without silly judge
Man melati has been superb, her net play is sensational.
Well morten if you're wondering why praveen and melati have such a good understanding is because they used to be a lover.
Pramel are onfire in this third game!
Momota wasn't the top player at beginning of 2018 when he started to play in the SS. If my memory is correct, Momota struggled at the Thailand and Malaysian open at the beginning of 2018. When Momota was banned in 2016, he still wasn't the best player in the world yet.
Momota didn't become #1 the summer of 2018. So who knows if Momota would have won the WC in 2017, because he wasn't performing like a top player at the beginning of 2018. One thing though is that Momota's style counters Axelsen. So if Axelsen had met Momota in 2017, Momota's style may have knocked Axelsen out, not that Momota was the top player in the world in 2017.