Seriously,I feel Tago has to go full-time professional but can he give up his daytime job? JPN is a rich country,still the third largest economy in the world - true she's not out of the 20+ years recession yet - but surely they can get a sponsor for such a talented potential world-beater, such a waste.
We didn't make him the flag bearer for nothing.All our hopes and blessings rested on his shoulders.But when we saw he was drawn against Kenichi Tago our faith in his sucess dimnished. But he has shown no matter how insurmountable the odds may seem if there is a will there is a way
-PROUD TO BE SRI LANKAN-
And hope that Niluka will continue to perform well. It would bring back the popularity of Badminton in Sri Lanka.
For sure, Tago's shock loss must be reverberating throughout this forum if not the entire badminton world.
Ville Lang must be thinking : I will create a bigger upset to make history by downing the mighty Lee CW. Watch out! Here I come!
What could be more dangerous than a player who is willing to 'die' for it? Still, I'm confident Lee CW will have a safe passage but his likely next round opponent,Simon Santoso,is not one to be trifled with. Best of luck to him, Lee,of course.