Yonex ALL ENGLAND Open 2022 : R/32 - Final (16-20 March)

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  1. arjevo

    arjevo Regular Member

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    Waah! Seems like we have an expert in branding here :)
     
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    I'm afraid of one thing. If LS loses tomorrow badly, vultures :p will start saying he doesn't deserve to be a finalist, blah blah. That'll be injustice to Lakshya.
     
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    So King LZJ got beat? :0 I was watching F1 and missed G3
     
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    He would stood at the podium any way.

    I don't care of tomorrow. He is great tonight. just enjoy it.
     
  5. mohans

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    You know what, AIR INDIA themselves need sponsorship. May be Lakshya can sponsor them


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  6. Baddyforall

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    You are too Cruel...:p
     
  7. GoodmintonLover

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    This is Lakshya's third consecutive final - India Open, German Open and England Open.
     
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    Yeah, and Nishimoto was one of them who made Lakshya throw the racket at the end.

    It can be a honor to Nishimoto ^-^ Haha
     
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    Lee hasn't been in a final after wining the AEO early last year, which shows how erratic his performance is. Sen cleverly applied pressure near the end of the final game and Lee cracked giving some quick points to finish the match.
     
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    1 thing i am asking though. Lzj is just 23 few days ago and why is everyone treating him like a veteran? Given that most sport man enjoy their prime at around 27? That's still many years ahead?
     
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    CYF very "lucky" to reach the semis by only playing one match.
     
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    His DOB is March 29, 1998. That means, he will be 24 by March 29.
     
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    The most emotionally exhausting match I’ve seen in any sport.


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  14. Justin L

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    Chen Yufei too tentative, she still has to play decisively and tenaciously or I don't see how she's going to break down AY's resistance.
     
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    Haha. I see what you’re doing here


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    Getting 2 walkovers clearly hasn’t helped CYF. Let’s go Akane!!


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    Akane, when on top of her game is The Super Retriever, frustrating and wearing down any attacker who so much as wavers a little.

    CYF really must inject pace and keep piling on the pressure, relentlessly. It's getting too comfortable for AY at the rate she's going.
     
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    C'mon guys, there are pros and cons getting walkovers as Steen just said. Don't forget Lakshya Sen enjoyed a walkover from Lu Guangzu too. Stop whining, as long as BWF allows it (or the players concerned get penalized), what's the beef?
     
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    When did Morten say that?


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    Chen Yufei, if this is the Uber Cup, your pressure will be much worse. Just do it and give your all in this individual tournament.
     

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