2015 BCA INDONESIA Open SS Premier : ROUND OF 16 (4th June 2015)

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  1. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    As Steen is saying, the crowd is so loud, deafening, that even the players on court have difficulty hearing what the umpire is saying to them.
     
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    The two Indonesian doubles play revolting game! Shame.
     
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    Japan under the leading of the good coach park joo bong came up with various projects and programmes to identify talented and good players at the grass root since the players are young. Ten years from now we see that it is really yielding the results. Who would have guess that Japan can be a badminton powerhouse?

    From what I see Indonesia is also heading towards the same way. They have started to unearth new talented players that can really play. That is why currently they have so many young players in the rise. Congratulations.

    While some countries may have stagnated and not showing much improvements, China, Japan and Indonesia have really seen a lot of improvements.
     
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    seems like Malaysia is the only nation that still lack behind of improvements...
     
  5. sjoe

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    Ironically Malaysia is going down. All the others are going up.
     
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    Taipei, Hongkong, India are on the way up!
     
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    what's a revolting game? it was over in a flash...

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    On the other note, did anyone here think that the crowd's cheer also boost Indonesians' morale and make them play slightly better?
     
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    I don't really see it as going down. I see it as improving. This time around the bca Indonesia open clashes with the sea games so not many participants from Malaysia hence we cannot judge it this way. Unfair for the country. Then there is this youngster goh Jin Wei. She is good. She is talented. Then perhaps I also can say Korea is going down mot performing according to expectations so many first round and second round exits. Korea have so many highly ranked players but they are not performing.
     
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    Improvement takes time so give your own country some time. Japan took ten years. Indonesia recently on the rise. Come on.
     
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    Real battle for 2THA WS and enjoyed to watch.:)
     
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    Korea is not going down. Two lady single and three men single + 2 men doubles still competitive.
     
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    2 lady singles agreed, but sometimes they lose easily too. 3 men single disagreed, as only lee Hyun Il can win. But he is too old age 35 so cannot depend on him for so long. 2 men doubles agreed, but sometimes lee yong dae / yoo Yoon song can lose easily too to unranked players.
     
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    From the video feed it feels like the crowd is just having a fun carnival day out, oblivious to the games happening below on court. No rhythm, no highs or lows. Just constant chanting, banging drum, blast airhorn, blowing trumpet. No different from South Africa's world cup + vuvuzela.

    It's a mess. Can't believe this year's world champs' situation.
     
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    Tago is demolishing Wang Zhengming.
     
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    Tago is so strange, how can he suddenly play well now after a 1-year slump:confused:
     
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    Last year beaten finalist, Kenichi Tago is playing better so far as he's struggling to pass first round lately, def. Wang ZM convincingly, 21-13 / 21-15.
     
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    Tommy and Marc already battling for almost an hour and there is still a game to play. phew...
     
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    Yes that is why I am very surprised too. I guess a good coach park joo bong makes a big impact in his life. Kenichi tango even promised that he will step up to the fray instead of letting the youngsters doing all the job.
     
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    Zwiebler grabbed second game 22-20 and forced rubber.
     
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    Crowd is singing "I believe I can fly" :D
     

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