2012 Korea Open SSP: Sunday 08-Jan (Finals)

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  1. pcll99

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    it was a great match.... but not as epic and legendary as WC2009 MD Final (also LYD/JJS vs FHF/CY) in India... that final was the best double match in the last 4 years.
     
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    I suppose the same could be said even more so for WS and WD
     
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    Poor CJ. He is one of my favourite CHN player.
     
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    Cheerleaders.... again! :D
     
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    It's his fault for not able to capitalize any of the numerous chances he has over so many other players.
     
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    Nope, I keep the first one. You keep the next one when we win another.
     
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    i'm sure they have enough to share, it's not that their first win ever.
    btw, CHN got over 40 of them last year.
     
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    None of the WS players are really dominating like Lin Dan. Look at Lin Dan's H2H against his closest rival: 18-8. Ridiculous. About to be 19-8 I'm afraid, and likely 20-8 by the end of next week. Please quote me if I'm wrong - I'd be happy to look a fool if so!
     
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    Being a socialist country, everyone in the CBA gets one
     
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    I think you know what I mean. The sheer dominance by CHN in these 2 disciplines is unmatched.
     
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    on paper this should be the most one sided final, lets see.
     
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    Then they will have enough for the 2nd tier players and caches.
     
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    Big congrats to FHF & CY Great job. Hard to beat LYD . JJS, service judge and Korea line judges
     
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    True, but no single player is dominating in WS. Lin Dan is so amazing that every loss is because he's not trying etc, and not because he got beaten by his opponent. I know of no other player in sporting history who has/had this "aura", besides Don Bradman in Cricket.
     
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    Wonder if the KOR girls might be a little flat after yesterday's emotional victory
     
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    For all you know, LCW may be the only non CHN winner in this tournament.
     
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    99.99999% sure that is not going to happen. Again, please quote me if I'm wrong hehe.
     
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    Bye, I am off to watch madbad's cuties.
     
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    That's because CHN has been able to produce a stable of exceptional WS players who have to share the glory. During the LD era, it's been him and him alone.

    BTW, not Pele or Maradona (football) or Gretzky (ice hockey)?
     
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    Thanks for the 0.00001%.
     

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