BWF Super 300 Tournaments

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  1. Giga01

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    Super rally with Nishimoto and Cheam just now.
     
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    I hope it's 30-29 in the decider between Busanan and SJH. Third game starting and it's 60 mins. :confused::confused:
     
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    Whoa. Kodai is born in 2001. I'm getting old.
     
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    Don't take it too badly; he is still a high school student. I am really interested to see how well he can perform against Tsuneyama.
     
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    Hi fellow forummers, I'm currently in China for the next few weeks. Where can I watch live matches for tournaments as not all VPNs work in mainland. In fact, the one that I know works with certainty can't be downloaded on my android cos the app store is blocked. FML :mad:
     
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    From here zhuafan.live http://www.zhuafan.live/channeltypes/Badminton - works well in Firefox with Adobe Flash enabled. Rub in full screen to avoid the popups.
     
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    Lin Dan should just retire, man. It's sad to see him like this:(
     
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    yea he is fat clumsy and slow :) since it is not MD - only loses, but it is very funny to watch him play :D
     
  9. CLELY

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    • Three Indian men's singles players tumble simultaneously in opening round, the closest one is Prannoy who fell short 17-21 / 22-20 / 19-21, Liew Daren suffered litlle bit injury then asked medical treatment in 19-18, it's too bad Prannoy couldn't capitalise this situation instead of making mistake at crucial stages, the Malaysian will take on highest seeded player next, Shi Yuqi today.
    • First round exit in three consecutive weeks for Lin Dan, a common news nowadays in badminton tournament by the Chinese iconic star who still insisting to pursue 5th OG ticket, looks like a mission impossible considering his sustainable terrible form.
    • Too early to meet for Japan #2 and #3 in this tournament, Kanta Tsuneyama facing Kenta Nishimoto, a projected close contest as both players have similar style of play.
    • In the absence of Chen Yufei and He Bingjiao, China women's singles can't do too much here, almost all sent packing early including their newest star Wang Zhiyi who scored sterling performance in Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta but found tough chance against Aya Ohori. Sung Ji Hyun and Saina Nehwal end brief journey in Bangkok, lost to Busanan Ongbamrungpan and the in-form Dane Line Kjaersfeldt respectively.
    ROUND OF 16 (01.00pm) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=D5E5610C-87CD-4B0B-991A-44DBFC1F59E2

    *MATCH HIGHLIGHTS*
    - Wang Tzu Wei (TPE) v Zhao Junpeng (CHN)
    - Heo Kwang Hee (KOR) v Lee Zii Jia (MAS)
    - Li Shifeng (CHN) v Ng Ka Long (HKG)
    - Busanan Ongbamrungphan (THA) v Gregoria Mariska Tunjung (INA)
    - Carolina Marin (ESP) v Pornpawee Chochuwong (THA)
    - Sayaka Takahashi (JPN) v Cai Yanyan (CHN)
    - Ong YS/Teo EY (MAS) v Ou XY/Zhang N (CHN)
    - Lu CY/Yang PH (TPE) v Huang KX/Liu C (CHN)
    - Chen QC/Jia YF (CHN) v Matsuyama/Shida (JPN)
    - Chang YN/Kim HR (KOR) v Kititharakul/Prajongjai (THA)
    - Lamsfuss/Herttrich (GER) v Goh SH/Shevon Lai (MAS)
     
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    Do you really think they have a similar style of play?

    Men's singles coach, Nakanishi Yosuke, compared them as follows at the beginning of this year:

    Tsuneyama → Small of build compared to foreign players, and loses out in terms of power and speed. However, his stroke-work equals that of Momota. This year we are going to work on building up his physicality.

    Nishimoto → Has the physical power to compete against the top eight, but encounters problems taking points in win-lose situations, or in the last leg of a match. There are still times when he self-destructs, and he needs to stabilise his emotions.

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    We may well be in for a battle of deftness vs power/tenacity. Whatever the case, it is an important match for both of them as far as the run-up to the Olympics is concerned .... Who is going to accompany Momota? As the race heats up, will there even be a second player?
     
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    HKH vs LZJ might be tricky match, as HKH once defeat the legend LCW long time ago...
     
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    thats the best thing Minions do, letting them win twice or thrice :) make them feel good about themselves.. but even if you beat Minions 5x and end up with no title, its pointless and downer will come soon

    thought i would say cutting them now isnt an option, they are younger and still have more potential than Ou/Zhang or Huang/Liu..simply put, there are way too many pairs and they should concentrate on just 1 or 2 pairs instead of sending so many in the tours. This is MD, even in GPG its super competitive. even WR5-30 is equal. thats why so many seeds got knocked out
     
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    At least for me, it's quite similar at the glimpse (not very detailed/specifically), typical rally players, very resilient with solid defense.
    So far, Tsuneyama has better WR in Tokyo Race 2020 but don't know if he would keep the consistency till the deadline.
     
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    Lol, you're talking like someone.
     
  15. Giga01

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    How many rallies in a row has Zhao Jung Peng won now?
     
  16. Martynas

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    Poor Li Shi Feng just insanely stupid line call on a match point to Ng Ka Long.... it was not even close to the line...
     
  17. ngkt67

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    GD I'm right all along, this Heo Kwang Hee really is the Malaysia men single player killer...
     
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    Leo/daniel need to improve their no lob play, they're lifting too much.
     
  20. Giga01

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    The super-junior from Thailand is playing on court 2 now.
     

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