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2015 DUBAI World Superseries Finals : Day 5 (13th December) - FINALS

Discussion in 'BWF Destination Dubai World SS Finals 2015' started by CLELY, Dec 12, 2015.

  1. razhes

    razhes Regular Member

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    oh my god ahsan so skillful
     
  2. Justin L

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    It's now or never, CB/HW !
     
  3. blabl

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    Tough fight 9-7.
     
  4. blabl

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    11-7 tough fight still. Incredible play.
     
  5. Harish Reddy M

    Harish Reddy M Regular Member

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    I think I get what you mean. As illustrated just in MS match.
     
  6. Justin L

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    One of the INA is always near the net to intercept, not the CHN who are both usually some distance away.
     
  7. Justin L

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    The CHN are losing the fast flat exchanges, the same when they faced the Koreans.
     
  8. razhes

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    i think its their preference, the strategy is difference between players. If they confident in their reflexes and game reading they could go near the net.
     
  9. blabl

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    Wind of change. 18-14.
     
  10. razhes

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    flat exchanges is very strong and dangerous for the player and the opponent
     
  11. blabl

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    Wow congratulations finally the Indonesian won the match. No matter who won the match is more exciting then the Korean vs Indonesian match in the semi finals.
     
  12. nokh88

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    Good translation.
     
  13. K_a_d_e

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    Hufft just a perfect ending for Ahsan/Hendra, its been a down time for them in the past few months just glad they finally beat them self.
     
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    Agreed with you. You feel happy now?
     
  15. K_a_d_e

    K_a_d_e Regular Member

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    btw why BWF cant find a better translator this guy's bahasa is not even good.
     
  16. nokh88

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    He was ok. You can't expect more.
     
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    Chai/Hong played high defensive line put high pressure on front of net, that's one of ahsan/setiawan biggest weakness..

    but great display from setiawan.. they deserve the title
     
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    Sounds like malaysian translator.. He said "ape" instead of "apa"..
     
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    So the conclusion can be drawn now. Japanese is a nation high rising in badminton and the reason has been very obvious. Japan have the best coach in the world. No wonder they can win.
     
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    Conclusion.


    Japan result is the best winning 2 gold medals in MS and WS.

    China won gold medal in WD.

    England won gold medal in XD.

    Indonesia won gold medal in MD.

    Korea didn't win any gold medals.
     

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