Celcom Axiata MALAYSIA Open 2018 : R/32-FINAL (26 June-01 July)

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  1. yuquall

    yuquall Regular Member

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    It was one of the worst performances by Li/Liu yesterday. Especially Li, shocking really.
    I didn't see him snap at Liu not even once.
     
  2. It'sMeMeMe

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    main dish is coming finally ....
     
  3. yuquall

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    Congrats to Kamura/Sonoda. Their first World Tour title.
    And another final ending to Endo's collection.
     
  4. It'sMeMeMe

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    i highly doubt they can win it .... almost mission impossible
     
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    Who told Endo/Watanabe that they could win by just defending all match long?
     
  6. yuquall

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    An imaginary coach?
     
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    Endo looks like he's going to start tearing up on the podium...
     
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    Endo looked like he was broken
     
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    Li Junhui is clearly injured as the matches are ending yesterday, i will be surprised if he plays at IndonesiaOpen.

    The problem with LiLiu is they are too big and tall. Waking up everyday playing tough matches yesterday will extremely be difficult as they get older.

    As for Endo, what can i say 8th RunnerUp! in WTSS. must be the best player that have not won a title.
     
  10. CLELY

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    All four finals have been completed with two straight-games, will the last one treat us longer duration and exciting match?
     
  11. CLELY

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    Yup, the outcome is stay the same even he gets younger partner.
     
  12. yuquall

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    Not his day today (again). I wonder if he would ever win a title in his career.
     
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    All my fingers crossed
     
  14. Justin L

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    LCW, LCW, LCW, the stadium roars his name and I'm joining in.
     
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    Somehow I'm thinking that if this match is played in the earlier rounds, LCW's chances would be higher than now in the final
     
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    Momota still in top form. Weldone to tty.
     
  17. yuquall

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    Haha I thought Steen had gone somewhere again
     
  18. CLELY

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    So cruel :D Let's see then, the desire, motivation, determination and atmosphere to compete in multi-sport events is different with BWF regular tournaments.
     
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    What a cross smash by LCW!
     
  20. Justin L

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    Yes, if LCW can neutralize Kento at the net, his 12 years younger opponent is less dangerous.

    Indeed, their age gap is so glaring, one at his prime, age 23, the other in his twilight years, age 35. What to do, sports is cruel.

    Go , go , go, LCW.
     

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