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Yonex Sunrise HONG KONG Open 2016 : FINALS (27th November)

Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / Scottish Open / Macau Open 2016' started by CLELY, Nov 26, 2016.

  1. Mate

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    Yes, It is. Endo/Hayakawa was seven times in the final but never won.
     
  2. galaxyduo

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    LMAO. I can't imagine what Endo and Hayakawa feel right now.
     
  3. Mate

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    Endo/Hayakawa was three times All England Finalist. Japan produces two remarkable runner up specialist in Man's Double and Man's Single Discipline.
     
  4. lodoss

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    Endo/Hayakawa just too bad to play in the same period as LYD/YYS, LYD/JJS, FHF/CY, FHF/ZN, MH/HS, kim/kim, etc.
     
  5. Master

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    MD discipline dominated by KOR, CHN and INA for last several years. And now 2016 MD more colorful with 2 nations coming as the first ever champion: RUS and JPN.
     
  6. ttebayo

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    No, Hirokatsu Hashimoto/Noriyasu Hirayata have won India SS 2011.
     
  7. ttebayo

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    It's not first time for Japanese MD, though. Hirokatsu Hashimoto/Noriyasu Hirayata have won India SS 2011.
     
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    Proud of you Mr.伍. Heh,heh. But you are not the first 伍 to make badminton history. Ng Boon Bee ( 伍文美) is the first.
     
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  12. Justin L

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    Yes, that's right, try different browsers, each has its pros and cons, strengths and weaknesses. I try every browser available but mainly these few are my favourites, namely Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Comodo Icedragon (similar to Firefox) or Comodo Dragon (similar to Chrome).
     
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  13. Rob3rt

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    On a side note, the new Opera browser has a VPN function embedded in the incognito mode, which can be used to stream the blocked YouTube BWF videos. :cool:
     
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  14. pcll99

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    someone needs to write a post on "How to watch a badminton livestream"..

    Hola on Chrome doesn't always work.. i don't know why..
     
  15. ngasu

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    no title again for china

    hahaha

    lily won 2 back to back ss titles with knee injury

    hahaha
     
  16. ngasu

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    firefox + hotspot shield addon

    chrome + hotspot shield extension
     
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  17. Rob3rt

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    The problem with Hotspot Shield is that it doesn't always work. Sometimes you have to restart it 10 times till it works, very annoying.
     
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    I use ZenMate VPN on Chrome. It's free and its US VPN lets you watch all the tournaments. It works pretty well too.
     
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    Thanks for the info.
     
  20. Nine Tailed Fox

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    You forgot my favorite of all time -
    Internet Explorer.
     

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