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

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  1. Justin L

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    Whether MAS wins the Thomas Cup tomorrow, this sweet victory over INA in the semifinal to advance to the final is already a great achievement and should give a big boost to MAS badminton. Congratulations , MAS, excellent job.
     
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    Player of day goes to TBH.. For getting a yellow card and leading Msia to final with a between the leg shot, that he learnt from Kkk
     
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    i havent feel like this for so long....since ong ewe hock time. wow....and how hendrawan sealed the 2002 win over roslin hashim. well done malaysia
     
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    I just hope MAS fans will be kinder to, and more appreciative of, their own national players. :)
     
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    I like to see Lee yong bo face ... anyone can post it up here? :)
     
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    Malaysia should not celebrate just yet Japan should not be underestimated but the kids from the rising sun have not been to the circus. Like Sven Pri said Malaysia is a old champion boxer that still packed a knock out punch. they have surprised stronger foes in 76, 88, then 92 and 2002. Whatever the outcome on Sunday I would still be happy. If Japan wins then Badminton would have a new power nation good for badminton. If Malaysia wins , I would go delirious. It would be good for Malaysia at a crucial time for the unity of her people.
     
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    JPN vs MAS, it is touch and go. 50-50.
    MS1 - Tago vs LCW - Tago may cause an upset.
    MD1 - JPN too strong
    MS2 - Momota - More stable.
    MD1 - 50-50
    MS3 - JPN's to lose.

    Conclusion : We have a new champion.
     
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    hell yeah, tan bh is on FIRE. just play the best for finals. a spirited fire play that is.
     
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    i would not say japan to lose in 3rd singles given how unreliable daren is.
     
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    lol is it just me or that ina fans not in this thread now? where are those big talk people?
     
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    you forgot about the gravity of tradition and history on Malaysia's side
     
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    I think he meant it's JPN's point to lose. Daren's mental strength is terrible and given how he has underperformed so far it is definitely a free win for Sho Sasaki. Malaysia must end it within the first four points, or the Thomas Cup goes to Japan. Japan's task is to make sure Kento wins and steal a point from either one of the men doubles or LCW.
     
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    Ayaka/Misaki keep JPN's hopes alive...
     
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    Sorry, I mean the point is Japan's to lose.
     
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    Comes upto Hirose to keep JPN alive
     
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    LYB preparing his script for chinese officer. for the good of the team preparing for rio2016.blah blah blah
     
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    Oh no....jwala and ashwini looked comfortable in the beginning but ____________..they lost their first match.....god help us...I hope thulasi or pv/saina..does it we want to be in the finalssss!!!
     
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    ...exactly.
     
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    Well JPN is not giving up that easily, though still trailing 1-2.

    However JPN is most likely to take WS3 and then .......?
     
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    Come on Japan!!
     

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