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

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  1. kelana

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    ssj100, your hindsight is brilliant!
     
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    And it seems the great mastermind behind JPN's badminton emergence is none other than Korean, Park Joo Bong! :eek::cool::)
     
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    It's good to see attacking badminton beat the "rallyers". Chen Long and Du Pengyu are rather boring to watch. Tago/Momota are great. Good that they are young too - only 24 and 19 years old respectively. They will likely take over when LCW/LD retire for good.
     
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    chen long is not skillful actually. He is just stronger.

    LCW/CWF is more crafty, deceptive, and speedier than chen long.
     
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    Don't lump CWF with LCW. Just not the same class.
     
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    Yonex must be happy :p
     
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    Sugiarto is not really playing good right now, so MS 1 goes to Malaysia. Duo Ahsan Hendra, IMHO, is still dominating so MD 1 goes to Indonesia. Here comes MS 2, Rumbaka and Congwei Feng was not playing their best in this season so far, but in Thomas Cup, both playing in their highest level. Whoever win the MS 2, I think will win the match tonight.
     
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    Though I think theres 50-50 percent chance of JPN and INA, I feel the tide is a bit in favor of INA. I wouldn't mind anyone winning. Thomas cup is more open now. Even an outside chance for MAS.
     
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    If LD was placed as MS2 who would have been placed MS3?
     
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    ANy one of the MD player. :D
     
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    Why wasn't Yu Yang selected for the Uber Cup by the way?
     
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    Lin Dan cannot play before Tian Houwei as Tian has a higher ranking.
     
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    i mean any of the MD player.
     
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    thats good for badminton... its not only jpn who won it is the victory for the sport... Tc more open now this will inspire every team...to win...this victory will reduce the pressure from the players when they will face china as opposition.... and obviously the crowd is happy so am i we all wanted atleast indians that jpn (second most fav after india) to win
     
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    she is injured
     
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    also heard that there's some dispute between her family and the CBA.
     
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    does anyone know where i can watch uber cup live pls
     
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    Whoever is the best deserves to win, regardless from which country.

    Then badminton fans get to see the best in action and hopefully standards will continue to rise. ;)
     
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    Waiit...what happened?! China got beaten 0-3 ?.....just just unbelievable!

    Congrats team Japan!!! Biggest upset ever!
     
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    I think Japan will also win its tie with India....in the uber cup competition...

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