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    wow, how did joj manage beat chen jin after losing 1st set and trailing so far behind in 2nd set?

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    Go! Maneepong

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    CY/FHF lost first set 15-21. Easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    wow, how did joj manage beat chen jin after losing 1st set and trailing so far behind in 2nd set?
    Patience. JOJ outplayed CJ at his own grinding game. Was extremely boring to watch but came with a satisfying result

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    Ikeda / Shiota lost to home XD... it is really sad, we can't see further on Reiko performances in this tourney...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aeksit View Post
    Go! Maneepong
    I love this young Thai pair. So fast and aggressive. Like a mini FHF/CY

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    Just watched Chen Long's match from yesterday and he could have at least faked some pain/injury. That was terrible. His coaches didn't even appear to care that he was retiring too - they just sat and watched as Chen Long went to the umpire and announced he was retiring. You would have thought coaches would jump out and at least enquire what was wrong etc.

    I think China's badminton players and the China badminton nation has lost all remaining respect from spectators outside of China.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Patience. JOJ outplayed CJ at his own grinding game. Was extremely boring to watch but came with a satisfying result
    JOJ is just amazing... He got sufficient fighting spirit that enable him not giving up given the score in 2nd set....CJ is quite confident by that margin & later on caught by surprise by our Danish MS..

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    Loh leads limsy 1 game to 0

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    Where are you guys watching the FHF/CY vs 'The Thais' ?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj100 View Post
    Just watched Chen Long's match from yesterday and he could have at least faked some pain/injury. That was terrible. His coaches didn't even appear to care that he was retiring too - they just sat and watched as Chen Long went to the umpire and announced he was retiring. You would have thought coaches would jump out and at least enquire what was wrong etc.

    I think China's badminton players and the China badminton nation has lost all remaining respect from spectators outside of China.
    You'll be surprised how many CHN citizens frown on these antics as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj100 View Post
    Just watched Chen Long's match from yesterday and he could have at least faked some pain/injury. That was terrible. His coaches didn't even appear to care that he was retiring too - they just sat and watched as Chen Long went to the umpire and announced he was retiring. You would have thought coaches would jump out and at least enquire what was wrong etc.

    I think China's badminton players and the China badminton nation has lost all remaining respect from spectators outside of China.
    There is a possibility that CL have already told his coaches about his injury, & his coaches would say that, if you can't continue, just stop the match and have your injuries fixed...

    But again, there is also a possibility of match fixing.. Who knows... but i am quite delighted that CJ lost to JOJ today...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Where are you guys watching the FHF/CY vs 'The Thais' ?????
    There's no streaming. Admiring the Livescore scoreboard for progress

    I know how they play by watching them from before.

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    Bodin/Maneepong up 9-8

    Tai-phoon trails 4-7

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    Looking forward to the Saina v CSC match

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    You'll be surprised how many CHN citizens frown on these antics as well.
    Of course, but they will never express it. They don't want their families to die etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    There is a possibility that CL have already told his coaches about his injury, & his coaches would say that, if you can't continue, just stop the match and have your injuries fixed...

    But again, there is also a possibility of match fixing.. Who knows... but i am quite delighted that CJ lost to JOJ today...
    Who knows, anything is arguable in life. It's also very rude to stop the match when you are losing 15-20. He should have just finished the last point.

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