2022 TotalEnergies BWF THOMAS-UBER Cup Finals : The Knockout Phase (12-15 May)

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  1. nilesh123

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    HSP starts slow. Smashes can't score points
    Hope he doesn't get frustrated and use this break well
     
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    seriously... what a bad place to play badminton. the arena place is badminton on ice...
     
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    Fajar has been disaster since the interval my goodness
     
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    Yuta is really going full gas here
     
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    Yuta is actually amazing man, arguably the best MD player in the world.
     
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    Fajar is basically giving up the win
     
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    Funny enough they don't cheer that much in Japan itself lol
     
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    This loss is on fajar, my goodness that's the worse I've seen him play
     
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    That look on Ashan's face, he was disappointed in the performance of his MD teamates, lol
     
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    Down to shesar to win it for indonesia
     
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    lol 5 given points in the last part of the match
    pretty sad mentally
     
  12. Quentin11

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    Why is japan being this happy?

    They are still going out! I mean if it was the other Koki Watanabe playing I could believe but
     
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    Thats why Fajri cant win title.

    Ardianto cant even win point from his serves. 3 service errors after interval. Good luck man.
     
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    Prannoy is obviously in pain between rallies, his body language shows it
     
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    isnt Naraoka better than Koki?
     
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    Not that he was looking much comfortable at the beginning but I don't like Prannoy's body language after that slip. I hope he is alright.
     
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    Well well well...That was quite a match but then no wonder we had an Olympic Bronze medalist playing there Mr Yuta also Koga was on fire !!

    I must commend Fajar and Adrianto they put up an exceptional fight..I feel lucky to have met and taken photod with Fajri a wonderful down to earth Human being...Well played INA !

    Congrats Japan !

    But the Last one remains !!
     
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    No one should use victor badminton mat in hot and humid countries...just recipe for disaster
     
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    From leading 11-8 at the interval of the rubber-set, to 11-13 and then finally losing 18-21. What an anti-climax for the INA pair Fajar Alfian/Mohd Rian Ardianto!

    Yuta Watanabe is indeed a genius in MD. He can basically pair up with any player (Akira Koga today) and create a miracle!

    The scoreline is tied at 2-2 now. It's up to Shesar Hiren Rhustavito to beat Kodai Naraoka.
     
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    Nice jinx :rolleyes:
     

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