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In my humble opinion, Momota-san is under so much scrutiny that he is sometimes finding it impossible to enjoy playing in the way that he used to...
I think some on here are overthinking it.
How about human error? Is it not possible that Momota-san miscalculated his game-plan after winning the...
There is one thing that some people on here fail to grasp.
Momota-san's ascent to the top of the world badminton rankings was no fluke nor was it...
Momota-san's evolving game-plan continues to go from success to success.
A plethora of leading MS players have tried to understand and then...
Nippon 3 China 2.
Nippon v China matches.
My bad 2-1.
2-0 to Nippon so far in the finals.
Played hard first game and got his opponent to use up as much of his energy as possible with the proviso being that if Kento...
Momota-san has every reason to be motivated after what happened in the World Tour Final in 2018.
His desire to reverse the loss will make for an...
Lu played well in the first game but expended too much energy winning it.
He was well beaten in the second game and was only marginally better in...
Kento is always very honest in his self-appraisal.
All very fascinating I am sure but now you have formulated your hypothesis, surely the next step for you is to test it scientifically, employing a...
I am glad that you have fixed the problem now.
Thank you for the information.
So what will be Kento's next tournament I wonder?
Kenta Nishimoto, Kanta Tsuneyama, Kazumasa Sakai, Yu Igarashi and Koki Watanabe have all been entered for the New Zealand Open which is starting...
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Clearly, Momota-san was very appreciative of the crowd's support throughout the final.