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    Quote Originally Posted by heanwei View Post
    So many unforced errors... Even the last one was a gift from wzm
    when THA palyers won it because the opponent error

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    another tournament with 5 winners from 5 countries!
    I wish that happens in the Olympics. Though i feel bad for the favourite chinese players. It will be a pleasure to see LYB getting criticised for letting that happen

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    Quote Originally Posted by aeksit View Post
    when THA palyers won it because the opponent error
    Boonsak deserves it. But he might not stand a chance in the OLympics. His reaction is a lot slower

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    WZM got to do some self-reflection, how he failed to maintain the lead and lost crucial points.

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    How wonderful to see 30-year-old Boonsak winning his second SS title, coincidentally in Singapore, his first being five years ago. Always a favorite with the crowd, we wish this unassuming, humble and shy 'veteran' all the best in his fourth appearance at the Olympics.

    It seems all five winners here represent different nations - a repeat of the INA Open last week. It does augur well for badminton it would seem.

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    I'm very happy for Boonsak! This might be his last ever chance for a title, and he sensed it and went all out, diving everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aeksit View Post
    when THA palyers won it because the opponent error
    No no, boonsak played to his strength and experience. Credit to him. Just that I felt this wzm made too many errors making the match less exciting for us neutral viewers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    another tournament with 5 winners from 5 countries!
    Indeed, rarity in SS tourney.
    Congrats to all champs, big day for Juliane Schenk to win her maiden SS title here

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    I like this tournament. Not dominated by any country

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    The LNSBO 2012 finals were a gem to watch with winnings by 5 different nationalities just like the DIBO 2012 last week.

    With the exception of the WD match which was won by the young Chinese pair of Bao Yixin/Zhong Qianxin, the winners of the other 4 matches were 'veterans' of badminton.
    JS and BP deserved their wins after their hectic 2-game tussels in the semi-finals.
    The commentator was worried that they could not last the pace against the fresher opponents.
    BP used his experience and delaying tactics with 2 medical time out and a lucky wrong line call to beat WZM who is a future champion in the making.

    MK/HS were just splendid demolishing KSH/YYS in the rubber game 21-6 after a drubbing in the 2nd game of 11-21.
    Congratulations to the winners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by repentedboy View Post
    Unless you are a class A player like Lin Dan, Chen Jin, Cai-Fu or Wang Yihan, most of the Chinese players cannot play well in crucial matches.

    Also it's funny to see why foreign players tend to do well in netshots than the Chinese players.

    Strange indeed
    Strange indeed. Isn't that what separates Class A players from the rest?

    Some people just can't miss an opportunity to trash Chinese players. Logic and sense be damned.

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    Oh, he is a familiar face from INA - a crowd puller.

    I see he has a different costume this time but the colors of INA are unmistakable. A creative talent that value adds to the celebrations of the event. Unfortunately his 'colleagues' from MAS and THA were not present to provide interesting rivalry as in previous years.

    It was an opportunity missed by the THA emissary who normally came with musical instruments accompanied by his 'entourage of followers' to make a song and dance of their presence as this year is a special year when THA in the person of Boonsak took the MS gold!

    Unfortunately I was absent at the finals but I did watch the proceedings on TV in the comfort of my living room.
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    Cutie Bao & partner getting stronger by the day.
    Juliane was still smiling when she left the stadium.
    Good thing CWH managed to grab at least one title even after some horrendous services. She had played about twice the number of matches as both her partners CHL and CYC, as well as her XD opponents in the final. The Taiwanese association is going to have difficulties finding a replacement after she retires.
    Podium déjà vu for Boonsak. Kudos to him, after he proves everyone wrong again. Almost everyone, not counting his fanatical fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    this year is a special year when THA in the person of Boonsak took the MS gold!
    but i didn't see 'gold' in the prize presentations.

    *just joke, peace.

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    sorry, double post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    WZM more attack oriented today than yesterday. but still not LD type attack.
    hmm, what's the difference between LD and WZM's type attack? would you mind to explain please? thanks.

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