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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    No MAS casualty today.
    i'm surprise...

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    Hsiao Ma Pai is tiring, Mitani increasing her lead. Oh, MM doesn't like the linecall, 14-13 only.

    16-13 to MM now.

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    MM won it 19-21 21-13 21-16. Now, Henri Hurskaininen is coming up. He needs to play in his EC form to win.

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    Opening up quite strong. 5-2. Parupalli is pushing him but can't seem to get the shuttle down.

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    Parupalli is catching up, looks calm. Great interception at the net to make 6-5 for Henri.

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    Did they start Kento's match early? Thought it would be on court 1. No stream for it?

    11-9 for P.Kashyap.

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    Great defense by Henri leads to a counter-attack. Parupalli in the lead 14-11.

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    P Kashyap in a sense also suffers from post-OG blues. Let's see if he can shake it off here. I remember Hurskainen as the Swedish guy who beat Peter Gade in the last European championship held before the Olympics.

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    whats the score of WD happening there , where indian pair is playing. Any updates pl?. My tournament software is not working

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    Hmm, Henri not always able to read P.Kashyap and giving him far too much time. First game goes to Parupalli.

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    11-10 in the second set. Kento also lost his first.

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    Like two fighters a generation apart, the mature,experienced 31-yr-old Hu Yun versus the youthful,raw 17/18-yr-old Kento Momota.

    One-all, now for the decider.

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    In the end,Hu Yun makes his experience and maturity count and triumphs over Kento. Score 21-17,18-21 and 21-18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbgoh288 View Post
    Agree with you. The same advantage that won India the World Cricket Cup when they beat Sri Langka last year. But China had no home advantage in the London Olympics when the number of gold medals they won were probably more than the total number of medals of any color won by Scorpion1's country in all the Olympics it had taken part in. I have no problem with this guy when he roots for players from his homeland , but this guy seems to rejoice every time players from China looses and makes a point to rub it in on every China fan in this forum. My sincere apologies to the rest of the other members of the forum from India for coming out with this post. Good night from Adelaide
    It appears that someone is here stubbornly rooting for his/her home country players and considering them to be the best or to-be-the-best of the badminton world.Since now Chinese players appeared to be the best in the world by grabbing all 5 OG golds, he/she must get rid of this biggest threat, at least at the forum, if not on court.Believe me, he's not pinpointing China, but loving his own country too much...

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