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Discussion in 'YONEX Open Japan / Korea Open 2015' started by CLELY, Sep 12, 2015.
was the journey expensive?????
Just checked, you're right. It's just the Malaysian tournament he's never won, despite making three finals (holding 7 consecutive match-points in one of them too...perhaps the worst loss of any professional badminton's career since the points system changed to 21).
And yes, never won in Indonesia. Really dislikes the crowd perhaps?
I agree. Every great player/pair has a so-called 'difficult' opponent, not nemesis, and that to me is usually a coincidence or accident. One shouldn't be blind to what is glaringly obvious and zero in or magnify a minor inconvenience that's not even a blot, esp when you look at the overall picture and circumstances.
For example, Lin Dan was once thought to have a difficult opponent in Park Sung Hwan but when you go deeper into it, the H2H doesn't seem to indicate it. It's just that Lin Dan's defeats are so rare, a couple more than normal to any one opponent would make it appear prominent, even somewhat exaggerated.
Btw, I usually ignore tendentious views of some people which do not affect anyone except themselves.
Okuhara 12-10. But I doubt Yamaguchi will fold away.
Also holding the best winning experience since the points system changed to 21..So scary,Youtube has put age restriction on that match..
Also did the Best Dance performance since the points system changed to 21...Let me ask a review of that dance performance from the judges of 'Yes,You can Dance'..
Only,a GOAT can experience all these things...
Hehe, no doubt, I think that loss made Lin Dan even better. That's why he's the GOAT. The ability to bounce back from the worst defeat - that's actually the most important thing and is a characteristic of a true champion.
btw,where is Sietch Tabr?
Akane's favourite disguised drops from the backline and because she's able to smash winners as well, makes it harder for the opponent to anticipate but be wary instead.
Just realised Zhang Nan is the most important player of Chinese National Team............
Google it hehe.
Back on topic, Okuhara seems to just have enough on Yamaguchi. I've never seen them play each other before, but I think I understand why Okuhara always comes out on top.
For sure. Who's the most important of India's? You don't seem to care much about India? Given up on them?
Gosh, Okuhara's calves are so heavily taped.
Saina Nehwal.......who cares what I care?
Yamaguchi seems to have trouble with fast wide flat shots. Perhaps her other opponents in future can take note of this.
Don't really care, just curious, since you're apparently from India. It's interesting that you appear to support China more than China "fans" etc. Anyway, I'm just passing some time at the moment hehe. Just some conversation.
Google is saying they have detected unusual traffic signals from your computer..Plz confirm you are not a robot...I said 'No thanks,I am'..
Now tell me.
Okuhara takes the first set. First big title coming up?
yes. it was!!!
Well,there is no boundaries in Sports as far as I am concerned.....I support,what my heart support.......I hate,what my mind hates...If I give the list of all the sportpersons I support...You would be scratching your head...
Crazy tumbling net drop by Yamaguchi.