Sure, I may be dreaming, but you must be smoking, your car's tailpipe. Shin is not too slow but his attack is relatively very weak (did you watch their victory at the Denmark Open a few months ago?), Yoo's defense is far better than Ko's as is Kim's. Sure Ko makes winners but how impressive is 5 killer smashes during a set if you make 10 unforced errors. I've already noted that Ko has the hardest smashes so there's no credit for you to first state I am dreaming and then reiterate my point. And it does not take two to lose. It takes two to win. Do you never play with uneven pairings? And all of this your comment before watching the game. "Watched the semis today and bla bla bla" when my post was regarding the final. Or are/were you the type to speak up in class and give your opinion on a book that you didn't even read.