Badminton ASIA Championships 2018 (Wuhan, 24-29 April)

Discussion in '2018 Tournaments' started by CLELY, Apr 2, 2018.

  1. Sundis

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    I want to see LCW vs Momota!!!
     
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    Next up, Kento Momota vs Chou Tien Chen
     
  3. CIA-99

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    Next is KM vs CTC. Back to back.
     
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    I still don't understand.. this tournament is level 4 without proper live? badly manage!!!
     
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    BAC sucks
     
  6. CIA-99

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    As expected of BAC.
    Even International Series tournament in Europe has all 5 Court stream!
     
  7. soami

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    Srikanth has to be the shittiest world no 1. Haha
    What a waste of time. Easy win by LCW

    Momota vs CTC must be good.
     
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    Chen Long will likely ousted today, with NKL giving a tough, persistent fight. Pressure in China also might play a part.
     
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    He is not world no.1 actually. Check your stats first. He is world no.5
     
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  11. CIA-99

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    SK had been WR1 for how long? No time for a good reign.
     
  12. Justin L

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    Ng Kah Long recently impressed me by his improved game though he didn't follow it up with a title win, but I think he's carying where he left off, on the upward trajectory again, perhaps reaching his peak.
     
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    Srikanth is IND no.1
     
  14. Justin L

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    With Lin Dan, then Shi Yuqi, ,now Chen Long performing like this, the CHN coaches must be feeling pretty anxious, not a good sign just before the all-important Thomas Cup. Worrying times ahead for Team CHN.
     
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    Well at least Thomas Cup won't be hold in China.
     
  16. Justin L

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    I won't take WR1 too seriously when the one you took over from happened to be taking a break or having an injury layoff. Being consistently at the top of the ranking for a sufficiently long time, say, about six months or more, is what really counts for me.
     
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    It seems like Kento Momota is on a roll.
     
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    Is Kento Momota finally back ? Possibly, I sensed it yesterday. Just when Team JPN needed him most, what better time to do so.
     
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    Score please
     
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    4-17 CTC. Really in a slump.
     

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