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Discussion in 'Australian Open / Indonesia Open 2015' started by CLELY, Jun 5, 2015.
Kento Momota vs Jan O Jorgensen tomorrow!
will JOJ retain his title? facing another japanese this time in momota
What, Zwiebler retires, just like that after dropping G1 and trailing 5-11 in the second?
Zwiebler played better against Lin Dan twice at the Sudirman Cup. Once again, JOJ proved he has MZ's number.
He was being under physical distress, you could see after the first couple of points...
This sucks, everything always work in Jorgensens favor, the draw, upsets, other players injury, net cords and so on......
Won't be an easy final for him tomorrow. He has lost the last meeting with Momota at the Destination Dubai SSF.
I hope Momota can be the champion tomorrow
So, last match for today...
Anyone has a live streaming working for this last match Thanks
Yui Hashimoto doesn't look to me as normal japanese player. She is an attacking player unlike Nozomi and Akane.
Yui took the first game 21-17
Yui Hashimoto is a transformed player from the time she lost to Saina at the IND Open. She went on to beat Intanon and Marin, now she's giving WYH a hard time, taking the opening game, 21-17.
Pity to see Marc Zwiebler retire not after he had played so well after the first set and not to mention leading the second wet too. This person Jan O Jorgensen is very lucky. Last year BCA Indonesia Open he emerged as the champion. And he admitted that is the only tournament that he had ever won the gold medal in ASIA. So could it be this time the same thing happening again. JOJ en route to grab his gold medal just like last year in BCA Indonesia open? Tomorrow we will know the final result. Should be an exciting final. JOJ en route to defend his gold medal, Kento Momota the new finalists.
Yui is a very attacking player, better than Mitani, Nozomi, Akane.
Marc Zwiebler ate something bad yesterday and spent the whole night in the bathroom.
I was following the thread, and found this conversation. It started with the discussion, how it would feel for a spectator (feeling like cheated) when a team/player throws the match.. And how bad it is for the Badminton, as a sport.
It's funny how some conversations develop, and many time, the point is not understood by the other..
Or just don't want to admit, that match-fixing is bad for the Badminton...
That's bad luck, but still a good performance, though.
WYH is so aggressive, with speed and improved accuracy, she dismantles Yui in G2, 21-9. I supposed that's also how she destroyed Akane yesterday in the 2nd and 3rd game.