2014 Li Ning BWF Thomas & Uber Cups - Day 6 : SEMIFINALS (23rd May 2014)

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  1. ZeroSOFInfinity

    ZeroSOFInfinity Regular Member

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    Lol... his face is like "WTF just happened?"
     
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    If JPN pulls through, both INA and MAS will be jumping over bodies to get to the final. They would probably fancy themselves against JPN.
     
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    For badminton's sake let the tie ends with MS2.

    We want a New Thomas Cup Champion!!
     
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    CL still looks like he is in a daze
     
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    i THINK kento mmomota is not as good as du peng yu
     
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    Kento Mamota red chilli hot wll destroy DPY - Japan 3 China 0!
     
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    I wouldn't rule out Du just yet: he's a solid player, if he can handle the pressure he's actually the favourite, even without the momentum going his way at the moment.

    I'm more worried about the next Doubles game for China...

    (And, yeah, how can Tago beat Jorgensen AND Chen Long the same week, to lose to Leverdez inbetween?
    Does'nt make any sense to me, unless Leverdez was using God mode or something.
    As a Frenchmen, I have to say i'm gutted not to have a single image of the best performance in badminton of my country ever..)
     
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    if Japan win this, I will be rooting for JPN against INA or MAS.
     
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    Momota's net play is sizzling. 11-9
     
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    Meanwhile, on the other courts, WSX took first game 21-13, and they are even at 8-8 now.
     
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    DPY keep lifting and lifting. Kento's net skill is really superb. He must have learned a lot from Kenichi Tago.
     
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    Did MF just call Momota spicy?
     
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    DuPY gives Momota a taste of his net play medicine. DPY 12-11
     
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    MAS-INA LINEUP
    1 MS1 Chong Wei LEE - Tommy SUGIARTO
    2 MD1 Boon Heong TAN - Mohammad AHSAN
    Thien How HOON Hendra SETIAWAN
    3 MS2 Wei Feng CHONG - Dionysius Hayom RUMBAKA
    4 MD2 V Shem GOH - Ryan Agung SAPUTRA
    Wee Kiong TAN Angga PRATAMA
    5 MS3 Daren LIEW - Simon SANTOSO
     
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    Kento please win this. CHN is depending on your defeat to DPY to bring in their 3 Olympic champions: FHF, CN and LinDan to finish off and take over the rest.
     
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    DuPY doing what he does best... grind. He's forcing Momota into mistakes. 14-11
     
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    they all read BC. :D

    that reminds me, how refreshing to have NO GC today.
     
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    i'm rooting for DPY this time for the sake of seeing Lin Dan! (provided the chinese MD2 prevails)
     
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    JPN the new TC champion? that is the real big news for badminton!
     
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    Me too.
    My racquet is a Japanese brand.
     

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