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17th Incheon AG 2014 : Day-8 (27th September) - Individual Event (QF, SF, Final)

Discussion in 'Asian Games 2014' started by CLELY, Sep 26, 2014.

  1. dan92

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    Hendra won it in GuangZhou 4 years ago with Kido.
    But Ahsan won the Bronze Medal 4 years ago.
     
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    yes... finally we have a formidable WD to reckon with besides Hendra/Ahsan and Tontowi/Butet... Next up I hope Debby/Jordan can rise. I am impressed with their meteoric rise as they are going to face ZN/ZYL tomorrow in the semi.
     
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    Well, last year, Indonesia almost beat China in Sudirman Cup, this time, the Women's Double can the decider.
     
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    Debby/Jordan should pin ZYL at the back and force ZN in the front. With ZN at the front, Debby should not fear with trick shot and soft netting. Jordan should be all-out with thundering smash after smash after smash. We can't afford any unforced error against ZN/ZYL. They must reverse the game and impose the aggressiveness to the CHN pairs. Make ZYL become frustated with ZN. Target your smash only to ZN.

    Who is the XD coach for Debby/Jordan? Eng Hiang or Nova Widianto?
     
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    Now that you brought them up, where are they now?
     
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    For ASEAN Games, each country can only bring 2 pairs. TJH is still injured?

    http://www.like-news.us/?i441899-Ti...e-line-for-Tang-Jinhua-lindane-Dafanshenzhang

    This time we are sending to all the main race, badminton teams largely concentrated in Asia, this is more like a combat exercises Rio Olympics difficulties will be very large, we will do to meet the difficulties of preparation.' National Sports Ping Yu, deputy director of the General Administration Center, Chinese badminton team head coach Li Yongbo said Tang Jinhua triangular cartilage disc injuries because the training does not lead to the system, and ultimately decided to put in-form team of Tian Qing.


    Too bad since no TJH, BYX was not going to the game. Instead, TQ was selected and paired with ZYL.
     
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    Debby/Jordan have improved a lot. During this afternoon's match against KOR, they won the 1st game comfortably but suddenly in the 2nd they lost concentration and Jordan started to make errors and this affected Debby. Luckily they managed to pull through but tomorrow's SF will be very tough for them.
     
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    I am aware that each country are only allowed 2 reps for Asian Games.
    Thanks for the news about the news on TJH. I didn't know she is injured.
     
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    Agree on the same country playing each other.
    However, this year's WC MD final was very exciting, maybe because of LYD playing against KSH.
     
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    That is true, but also CL had the bad luck of meeting an extraordinary Son that day. On defense, on net play, on attack, Son was outstanding.
     
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    Congratulations to Nitya Krishinda Maheswari/Greysia Polii for winning INA's 1st Gold of the Asian Games 2014. The BWF website describes their achievement aptly as their "career's biggest triumph". What a deserved achievement too given they beat those pairs they never beat before, who includes the top-seeded Japanese pair and jinx of INA's pair Misaki Matsutomo/Ayaka Takahashi, the reigning Olympics Champion Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei, and yet another Japanese pair Reikka Kakiiwa/Miyuki Maeda over the past few days.
     
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    Could this AG be like recent WC.....no Lees as winner...after LCW and LXR....now LYD is fighting one game down to INA in MD !!
     
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    And ...Yes...All Lees cant win again after WC....Speechless !

    Congratulation INA....Hendra/Ahsan well done !!
     
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    I guess cannot and so sorry here. This is because Korea is already so used to this style of cheating to win. In Korea we say Korea = cheating. I hope this will explain why. As long as the tournament is held in Korea they will cheat to win. So sad. :mad:
     

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