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I wanna see some Yuta magic.
I'm calling it: JPN will win 3-2.
I was wondering about that too,
but I don't know the new calculation rules in this COVID period,
how they select which tournaments to count....
Ah... my bad.
So Momota is indeed qualified no matter what happens.
LKY can still make it by winning the tournament.
If both Antonsen and Gemke win tomorrow, they will overtake Momota in WTF rankings.
And if LKY wins the whole tournament, he will also overtake...
This is not correct.
LKY had 20840 points before this tournament.
If he wins, he will get 12000 points that is 32840, overtaking Momota.
Despite his loss, KM is almost qualified for WTF, thanks to Tsuneyama's loss.
The only way KM can miss out is if both Antonsen and Gemke win their...
Momota is incredible.:eek:
WTF and doing well at this Super Series 1000 would be useful to keep the #1 ranking, but of course, a third World Crown would top that.
After the 1st round of the Indonesia Open,
Momota is now #6 for WTF, and he will become #4 if he wins tomorrow, overtaking Popov and Sen,
You could sense it at the Denmark Open, but now it's clear for all to see: Momota is back!:)
Not a single game lost this week.
With yesterday's semi-finals victory, Momota is currently qualified for the WTF at #7.
If he wins today, he will still be #7.
But if he loses, he...
These finals are fine, but I don't understand why a Malaysian is allowed to win the All Japan.
Well deserved for LZJ.
Kudos to Axelsen.
Down 18-14 after this amazing rally, I thought it was over for him, but he kept fighting.
What an amazing point.
LZJ has always had the technical ability, but now, he's able to keep his composure.
Let's see if he can keep it up.
Is it gonna be LZJ's coming of age party?
Yes, three: 2013, 2014 and 2016.
The mustache strikes back: Kamura/Sonoda are not going down quietly.