Daihatsu INDONESIA Masters 2019 : Qualification-FINAL (22-27 January)

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  1. Master

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    It's a rematch of Malaysia Masters last week. And Goh Jin Wei had won all of their 3 last encounters too...
     
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    it says Not before 3.30PM but it's playing now ...

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    Any stream for court 2?
     
  5. CLELY

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    He's current king of MS, reigning world champion and world number one. Top players appearance usually will draw attention from local fans.
     
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    LD will play his junior. And Ginting again will play PK.
    How random is this random draw, I wonder.
    For the last half a year, I have seen too many repeat line ups in R1 or R2 especially.
     
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    How random is the random draw --> Hillarious LoL

    Random draw but not so random draw's result, is this due to "seed" ?

    Newbie here, doesnt know how is the draw done technically ~
     
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    whoa, 20 all ...
     
  13. yuquall

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    HBJ was upset with some line calls.
    Come on HBJ! One more

    Yes, she did it.
     
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    what happened there?
     
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    HBJ survives the tough match against GJW. She has to fight harder to stop GJW.

    Maybe it is not random, but God's will. :D
     
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    He Bingjiao reverses her fortune in Jakarta, edges past Goh Jin Wei very narrowly, 16-21 / 23-21 / 22-20. Goh exploits He weakness and main problem, agility. the Chinese can't moving fast when her opponent speed up the tempo.
     
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    No, I mean 80% of the players are always drawn in the same half or even the same quarter.

    For example, @minions and @wade have almost always meet in R1 or R2 in every tournament they participated so far.
    And Ivanov/Sovanov never got far from minions or wade either..
    They should add a few more conditions to the draw to at least not repeat the previous last two tournaments R1 or R2.

    Well, just my observation anyway.
     
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    Tough loss for GJW.
     
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    I missed the last point, GJW seemed unhappy with it?
     
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    Hahaha, Last year, I don't think that Momota can meet Lin Dan in the first round in 2 consecutive tournaments. I don't think this was just the DRAW ^-^ (China Open and Hong Kong Open)

    Before that, Momota (seed 1) met Ginting in Denmark Open in the first (hehe), and of course, Viktor (seed 2) is bottom half

    We all know that the head to head between Momota and Viktor, hehehe, just a conspiracy theory
     

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