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2014 BCA INDONESIA Open SS Premier : The FINALS (22nd June 2014)

Discussion in 'Indonesia / Australia Open 2014' started by CLELY, Jun 21, 2014.

  1. aulia

    aulia Regular Member

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    Ahsan should get a shuttle clock his head, maybe it will clear his mind. Nonetheless, KOR pair is very steady.
     
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    5 more points for KOR to win the men's doubles
     
  3. nokh88

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    Delaying the inevitable. 18-12 to KOR.
     
  4. nokh88

    nokh88 Regular Member

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    I am 3/4 ahead of MF.
     
  5. Justin L

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    The KOR are on top of their game.
     
  6. Shidevil

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    Match point already c
     
  7. nokh88

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    Koreans won.
    21-15, 21-17.
    Final score : MF 0 Me 1.
     
  8. Shidevil

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    God.. 20-17.
     
  9. Shidevil

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    Omg you so fast. Just saw they ended
     
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    Very one-sided and anti-climatic .. koreans very impressive however
     
  11. nokh88

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    LYD has a deep voice.
     
  12. Shidevil

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    Omg the Korea translator speaking Malay or Korean? I couldn't even understand.
     
  13. nokh88

    nokh88 Regular Member

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    What a question to ask?
     
  14. kiky.andra99

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    thats quite difficult since badminton play in istora the crowd always like that. i remmember at thomas cup 1964 n 1967. that time thomas cup play 9 round. indonesia againts malaya (now malaysia), the game was stop couse the home supporter was to crowd n gave lot pressure to malaya by yelling "boo". you can check it in thomas-uber cup history

    since the first time badminton play in istora, "that yell" will always there n the crowd always do that. maybe something that they pass trough generation, hehhehe. but for some player who used to play in istora they don't care about it.
     
  15. clawhammers

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    It's part of our culture. :D

    The Indonesians will never stop supporting our National's players during Badminton's game, not until the very end. Even when LYD/YYS reached the match point in the 2nd game, the fans kept shouting and yelling in favor of HA/MA. They would never feel tired nor exhausted in a badminton match.

    However, please note that, after the final result, the fans also showed their respect to the opponents, for showing a great game plays, and achieving the title in sportsmanship manners.

    Other people may feel irritated, and complaint against this. I sat in VIP seats, and saw several foreign players used earphone during the MD Finale today. However, we consider these as our positive traits, and we are proud for doing it repetitively :D:D:D

    Just sharing my 2 cents.
     
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    very classic. That in rally yell : boo - eeaa - boo - eeaa

    extreme mental pressure for Setiawan-Ahsan i could see. Simply too overpowering.. The loudest badminton crowd ever.. Istora Senayan - Jakarta
     
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    Forgot to add that Joachim Fischer and Jan O Jorgensen enjoyed the benefit of being supported by the crowd today. They expressed their gratitude for the crowd's supports in the after-match interview.

    On the contrary, their respective opponents feel the opposite, they felt pressured by the crowds yells and shouts. Hahaha :D
     
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    There's nothing wrong with cheering for your players, and I'll even give a pass for the boo/yea/boo/yea during the rally, but what bugged me was the jeering when LYDYYS were serving. Doesn't reflect very well on the audience.
     
  19. CLELY

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    A boomerang for home players and the host got zero title for this year edition...

    Agree, seems the spectators don't care about respect the opponent.

    That's why it's too hard for all players to keep focus in super noisy stadium with crowd's non stop screaming.

    All finals are anti climax except the first one, credit to KOR pair who still played calmly to overcome big pressure against the number #1 pair in front of thousands fanatic supporters.

    Li XR at top form, it's strong signal towards Copenhagen WC. Intanon has not enough stamina to stop Li aggresive attack.

    Tago repeats 2013 French Open pattern, he has defeated world #1 and lost to Jorgensen in last round. Third SS title for Jorgensen after 2010 DEN SS and 2013 FRA SS.
     
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    Hahaha :D

    You are fully entitled to keep your opinion.

    However, please read my explanation carefully, especially on the opening sentence, then first sentence of the first paragraph, and the closing remarks of the third paragraph :)
     

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