Badminton Asia Team Championships 2016 (Group Stage)

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  1. Justin L

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    Even Sung Ji Hyun isn't handling team pressure very well against a player she's expected to beat.
     
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    Sindhu should let this game go and focus on 3rd game instead.
     
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    [MENTION=16166]pajrul[/MENTION]


    Surprise Malaysia MD versus Japan MD is a tough fought match
     
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    Now heading towards 3rd game.
     
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    Doubles' player doing double duty is one thing, whereas singles player doing doubles duty is another. It is totally different game alltogether. I wonder how much energy they need to play both singles and doubles.
     
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    Nozomi okuhara is an energetic player. Only those who has bull power can run all along till the end of 3rd game.
     
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    As usual, Sindhu lost her energy in the 3rd. If i am not wrong, Sindhu has beaten Nozomi in the finals of badminton junior asia championships 2012.
     
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    Sindhu lost her stamina and lost her match to Nozomi.
     
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    Japan Lead India 1-0. Okuhara to strong for Sindhu.
     
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    In the end, a minor hiccup for Nozomi, the same goes for Sung, they both put their respective opponents in their place.
     
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    looks like india can go 5-0 down to japan
     
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    Prannoy in his twitter account : "Another victory and we down the Chinese.Supeeerrrrrrrrbbbb job team. We will back on court tomorrow 4 quarterfinals "
     
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    Hehehe.. We missed you when Ind beat china. Why did you disappear all of a sudden? Welcome back.

    Japan looks too strong for India.
     
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    [MENTION=15171]justin[/MENTION]
    Are you supporting Arch Rivals Japan over minnows India?
     
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    Lol. Yes. Japan is stronger on paper. Let us see how it goes. Not yet finished.
     
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    Yup, CHN team will evaluate team members performance here, only doubles category (except Liu XL/Qiu ZH) who delivers promising prospect so far.

    Men's team group-winner : IND, JPN, INA, KOR / runner-up : CHN, MAS, TPE, HKG
     
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    Congrats! When CHN only won over SIN by slim margin 3-2, IND has chance to topple CHN and the winning sign emerged when Srikanth defeated Tian HW.
     
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    No matter how hard PC works she is still a second stringer!!
    After comfortable lead in mid sec of g1 she was denied by the JPN with her ever barking dogged spirits!!
    I get a feeling that not only JPN will win this tie 5-0 but also this tourney...
     
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    Exactly the first match match was even more crucial then the last!! Had KS fumbled again it could've been 5-0 in favor of CHN
     
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    Takuma Ueda was out of the competive scene for a while but the team spirit has certainly chanted a magic he has denied Iskandar from winning g1 and the danger bells for Malaysia are now ringing on top of their sonority abilities
     

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