All England 2010 : the finals (Sunday, march 14th)

Discussion in 'German Open / All England / Swiss Open 2010' started by Thom_bad, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. Mr.Defensor

    Mr.Defensor Regular Member

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    Li ning the biggest failure .

    All their big guns all lost to Yonex guns .
     
  2. OneToughBirdie

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    If KT cannot beat LCW, why bother playing the final, might as well hand the trophy to LCW:rolleyes:
     
  3. singhzico

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    can lee overule the call if he wanted 2
     
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    ridiculous linejudge
     
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    With the great grand bridge, you guys still using the ferry ?
     
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    21-19; 21-19!

    I believe Tago Kenichi's skill was about the same or even slightly higher than Lee Chong Wei, but Tago Kenichi was too nervous in the first set, missing several serve returns and Lee Chong Wei was helped in the last point. Congratulations to Lee Chong Wei, you deserved it and Kenichi was undoubtedly a very sporting AE runner-up. Both are true winners!
     
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    Markham area. :)
     
  8. singhzico

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    congrats 2 tago 4 playin a great game he will be a threat 2 all the top singles player watch out 4 tago the new japan ultra man
     
  9. Mr.Defensor

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    A bit out of thread ... Li Ning's racket dun seemed to be able to do some decent defense .

    When u smash Li Ning's racket , u dun likely to see the return shuttle to go way up !
     
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    Dont lah so harsh extreme, use so extreme words :p
     
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    Tago is such a cool player, very polite, even the last point was a mistake by the line judge, but he conceded to Lee's victory. I love Tago!!!! Good player, good personality, someone to look out for in the future!
     
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    damn....tago is really promising for the future....his defence and his attack are both great for someone his age...together with JOJ, CL and tanongsak....these few guys would rule the future MS when LCW and LD and the like retires....
     
  13. singhzico

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    oic sixseven i play in a markham club
     
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    Congratulations Datuk Lee! You deserve it! I am happy for you!
     
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    This is better than watching him beat Lin Dan.

    Lee Chong Wei beat a very very determined player that had nothing to lose and possibly a one tournament wonder at the peak of his career who defied all odds to reach the final in the all england.

    If he beat Lin Dan, people will say Lin dan was already in decline in his career. So this is better for me personally as a Lee Chong Wei fan.
     
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    actually....why we still need those line judge since we have the latest techonology which is video camera???......even tennis using camera to replay to see the ball is out or in.....
     
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    well, it was too far away from the umpire. I think the umpire cannot change the linecall happened there.

    Poor Tago.
     
  18. OneToughBirdie

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    Huh?:confused: Best ever? richest player I agree....What about Eddy Choong, he won how many AEs, Eddy's AE can eat LCW alive:confused:
     
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    If LCW was leading at 20-10, it would probably niot matter, but at 20-19, it sure mattered as Tago had a chance to win the second game if it went to deuce. What a ripoff for poor Tago.
     
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    I wouldn't say so. 3rd set in a Final is the most inpredictable set and looking at how Tago played the 2 sets he might go wild and release his hidden power like Sangohan(DBZ) O.O
     

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