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Discussion in 'Japan Professional Players' started by jhirata, Dec 5, 2008.
Yes of course. The crowd is too hot for tago to handle
can kenichi tago beat his idol?
hopefully in the next 2 years tago can have better ways of getting points other than relying heavily on his smashes and net play
I'[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif]m pretty sure he will beco[/FONT][FONT=Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif]me a all-around player in the near-future. Ti[/FONT][FONT=Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif]me is the key. Don't forget that he is still a youngster![/FONT]
He has beaten Taufik before
Experience will go to play tomorrrow. Tago playin in a big stage. And against his idol and have nothing to lose. He will surely go all out. Taufik will have to rely on experience and his fitness.
if tago wins ms1, he will wake the other team members and poor indonesia will be in trouble then final will probably be mas and japan!
It will be a tight one
Tago is no match for LCW..when LCW beat Tago at AE final..they say LCW is lucky..but the victory at Thomas cup prove that LCW is a true champion!
the jia yu fans always say lcw can't or if lcw could it was luck, it was this and that... it never ends! thats the beauty of this forum!
tago is a fast player and a good one to watch provided he has more arsenals he could also be a world beater...
if taufik is a real real idol of tago for sure taufik is going to be in big big trouble! every of his game play probably mapped clearly in tago's brain...
That is exactly what I was wondering.. for a long time.
Looking forward to see the outcome of that.
can't wait to see Taufik v.s. Tago and LCW v.s LD
Unfortunately Tago can't beat his idol. I would say he gave TH too much respect already in the match.
Taufik was moving quicker than usual, hmm. Tago was definitely playing a bit "sleepy" though, some shots did not have much thought behind them.
I think team Japan played impressively to reach the Thomas Cup semi-finals. They have shown good team spirit and are well-coached.
MS has solid depth in Tago, Sasaki and Sato. Not to mention their traditional strength in MD.
Anyway that's good news for world badminton as East Asia now has strong competition in Japan, South Korea and China.
how solid on ms?
sasaki is near to retired
sato shoji is md player now
their md are not traditional strength until pjb come
quite solid lor... they were able to turn the tide against Malaysia, and they didn't do too badly against Indonesia (sasaki clinched a point, i think)
sasaki, he also use "wilson" equipment nice...
of course the rest use YY.... japan mah...
Japan has seen some strong improvements as of late wit PJB..
Hopefully Msia can do the same in the near future...
Not fun 2 c them always knocked out by the end of Semi-finals, you know?? haha. (goes back to the whole annoying BAM debate....)
they hav a lot of potential.. yet, how to harness that potential consistently??
Happy Birthday Kenichi Tago, 21st birthday today (16th July)
Congratulations ! And good luck to him in future tournaments.
Where is Tago Kenichi? I hope he will be another bomber in the WC this time!