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2016 Yonex Open JAPAN Superseries : SEMIFINALS (24th September)

Discussion in 'Japan Open / Korea Open 2016' started by CLELY, Sep 23, 2016.

  1. lurker

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    also i noticed sapporo A board.. is this a 1st for an alcohol brand to advertise on a major tournament?
     
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    The Luos twins let the Danes get back into the game.
     
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    Luckily, they win the deuce.
     
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    Zheng /Chen reduces the hefty deficit to just one point in G2, 14-15...
     
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    gambling advertising at All England.

    now alcohol at Japan Open.

    maybe prostitution at Macau Open next..
     
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    CHN WD has to start forming new combinations fast, YY/TYT and ZYL/TQ are no more and the rest are not firmed up yet.
     
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    how to block ads on the videostream site?
     
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    Amazing performance by the danes!! A well-deserved victory! Put constant pressure on the chinese twins One of the best WD match of the year. And a rematch of the olympic final as a result :)
     
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    i like the new hawkeye replay. it's exactly like tennis!
     
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    I'm more impressed by Li Junhui than Liu Yuchen. Both played well today.
     
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    Chan/Goh failed to keep up with the World Number One Ko/Kim, losing tamely 14-21, 18-21.
     
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    Li/Liu showed a great deal of spirit to defeat Ahsan/Setiawan in three punishing games. Meanwhile, the Indonesian duo played poorly, hitting the net by too many time, giving the chance to the Chinese duo to seal the game.
     
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    Meanwhile in WS, the hope for all-Japan final was denied by He Bingjao and Sun Yu, who defeat their respective Japan opponents, Aya Ohori and Akane Yamaguchi.
     
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    Does this mean CHN WS supremacy is restored again?
     
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    Do you recall seeing Marin or Sindhu in this tournament?
     
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    I saw this 3 Kanji (漢字) characters on Yamaguchi's T-Shirt: 再 春 馆. What exactly is advertised on her T-shirt? Is it some kind of beauty parlour?
     
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    Does this mean CHN WS supremacy is restored again?
    AY and RI are not easy opponents to these CHN girls either IMHO.
     
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    I think she is sponsored by a medicine company.
     
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    Medicine to rejuvenate a person's youth ? To slow down aging? Some kind of health supplements ?
     
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