2009 Indonesia Open - 20 June - Day 5 (Semi-Finals)

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  1. joelabb

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    Common Dato don't waste your energy for rubber game!
     
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    wow korean looks good.... tq jakarta for booing.. cj.. ;)
     
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    Hendra lost a bit of touch.
     
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    congrats chongwei ...
     
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    allloo... I can predict the future ok??? hehe.. ;)
     
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    Indonesians try hard not to lift but keep sending the shuttle to net.
     
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    Already finish?:D
     
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    Haha, tomm LCW will face much more boos when facing Taufik
     
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    JJS has very good vision in this match, the outstanding player on court.

    Many times his reply caught the Indonesians and they had to scurry.
     
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    Can someone tell me why Indonesian is booing on Malaysian players whenever they play? Thought they are like "brothers"? Is it because Malaysian had stolen all their coaches?
     
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    Korean defence can take point blank shots.
     
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    kido not in form. too bad. ;)
     
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    Its a tradition thing ;).
    Adds more fun n excitement to the rivalry hehe.
     
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    if lcw uses his brain to play using fitness to move taufik around with solid defence. Taufik's leg will crumble. Its a game for LCW to loose. No excuse on crowds. ;)
     
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    There is a history of rivalry in badminton, dating back from the 50s. Fuelled (sometimes) by confrontation and misunderstandings between the two governments.

    But no malice. Unless you call those people who take pictures with flashes malicious.
     
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    Saina taking the first opening break in her match.
     
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    So no clean sweep of titles to china tomorrow..Btw thanks to abedeng for the live commentary..
     
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    Koreans are much too fast and accurate.

    Crowd jeers that line call.
     
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    Looks like its all over for the indonesians.
     
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    Hendra applies more change of pace, he should be doing more of this.
     

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