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Discussion in 'Continental Team Championships 2016' started by pcll99, Feb 10, 2016.
Even Sung Ji Hyun isn't handling team pressure very well against a player she's expected to beat.
Sindhu should let this game go and focus on 3rd game instead.
Surprise Malaysia MD versus Japan MD is a tough fought match
Now heading towards 3rd game.
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.
Nozomi okuhara is an energetic player. Only those who has bull power can run all along till the end of 3rd game.
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.
Sindhu lost her stamina and lost her match to Nozomi.
Japan Lead India 1-0. Okuhara to strong for Sindhu.
In the end, a minor hiccup for Nozomi, the same goes for Sung, they both put their respective opponents in their place.
looks like india can go 5-0 down to japan
Prannoy in his twitter account : "Another victory and we down the Chinese.Supeeerrrrrrrrbbbb job team. We will back on court tomorrow 4 quarterfinals "
Hehehe.. We missed you when Ind beat china. Why did you disappear all of a sudden? Welcome back.
Japan looks too strong for India.
Are you supporting Arch Rivals Japan over minnows India?
Lol. Yes. Japan is stronger on paper. Let us see how it goes. Not yet finished.
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
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.
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...
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
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