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Discussion in 'Continental Team Championships 2016' started by CLELY, Feb 18, 2016.
So far even match.....
Lol ... That's a gd one
So Japan on the first set 21-14. Now favouring Japan to win.
He is a young good Japanese player.
Hmmm ... Is jonatan christie abit nervous? A tad bit many errors in g1
That day I remembered that he won over Soong Joo Ven (4th Replacement Single player for Malaysia) 21-18 21-19.
So today I am wondering Jonathan can win him or not. Jonathan already lost the first set 14-21.
But then wait.. wait....hopes alive. Jonathan leading 6-4.
He shows flashes of good play but consistency is a key
Agreed with you but then Jonathan will win this game for sure.
So it's down to the last and final match,MS3, one game apiece atm...interesting...
As mentioned earlier in some media.. Ina doesnt really care to top this qualification phase as either win or lose, they will still qualify. Hence they opted to rest Tommy and Hendra/Ahsan.
And the juniors are doing good so far. Ikhsan is not 100% yet..
Anthony Ginting is going to be new badminton star, he is the most promising among his 4 compatriots, Jonathan/Ikhsan/Firman.
Jonathan won the second set 21-19. Wow drag to third set.
JC almost slipped away. 19-21. Back level
This.. is fun: to see the team in the cheer battle...
Lolzz yeah he is JPN MS3!!
A youngster you gave death scare to the likes of JOJ is big tourneys!! He is extremely talented I must say!! And in time he'll catch up to be JPN#2 if not 1 by the late this year I predict!! I saw one of his Jr matches a while ago and yes I was impressed
Kenta Nishimoto's few prev events
JC swifts ahead towards the interval in g2
Jonathan will win for sure. He is leading 11-6.
gogogo Kenta go Japan
Yeah!! That's the spirit although the task looks as difficult as climbing Mt Fujiyama