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TOTAL BWF WORLD Championships 2015-Day 2(11th August 2015)-ROUND of 64 & 32

Discussion in 'World Championships 2015' started by Nine Tailed Fox, Aug 10, 2015.

  1. Rob3rt

    Rob3rt Regular Member

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    Son Wan Ho has one of the coolest looking backhand clears/drops.
     
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    Okay Son Wan Ho won the first set 21-13.
     
  3. blabl

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    1 - 1 now.
     
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    11 son wan ho, Ville Lang 10 interval break. Shaky performance from SWH in the second set.
     
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    Ville Lang has some really great deceptive shots. Together with his "no motivation" body language its so cool :D
     
  6. Rob3rt

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    Exactly what I've been thinking.
     
  7. speedyJT

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    Always sooo casual
     
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    SWH won 21-13 21-14 up next for SWH is Rumbaka :)
     
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    What an upset Kenichi Tago lost to a Poland 84th ranked player, Michal Rogalski in straight set. Curious mind want to know...

    Is Kenichi Tago that bad now?
     
  10. Rob3rt

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    He's currently suffering from a back injury.
     
  11. blabl

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    To be honest, Kenichi Togo has been struggling with fitness issue ever since he has started playing badminton. He used to be running out of breath during matches and panting too while playing. That is why he is also prone to injury while playing. That is why his coach park joo bong wanted to see whether he is still fit to be in the national team or not.
     
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    Well he can do something about the stamina problem, but to be prone to injuries in general sucks, I can tell you a thing or two about it. :(
     
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    Typed too fast just now so ignore the typing errors. But then what is the thing you wanted to tell me?
     
  14. Rob3rt

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    That Tago is running out of breath seems more of a stamina problem than an injury. All I was trying to say is that when you're prone to injuries, there's nothing you can do.
     
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    Agree!! Frankly speaking its quite end of his career at competitive level only some rejuvenating course or something like that can only change this now..
     
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    Me too have read somewhere that GVS in 400m around 45 seconds. Professional badminton players are very fast indeed.
     
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    3 or 4 years ago Tago was lean, fast, and had no stamina problems. But since then his condition has grown bad.
     
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    That's what age and the constant stress of training do to you.
     
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    The following is considering Ville as well as many others who are attending WC many times with bad luck with first round opponent.
    So, could it be possible to divide players into upper and lower group. In the first round you would meet a player from your own group.
    Sure we can find arguments against this, but let's see what you say.
     
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    Where to get live streaming? BWF official youtube not allowing vid in my country...
     

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