DAIHATSU Indonesia Masters 2021 Nov 16 to Nov 21 WT Super 750

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  1. Baddyforall

    Baddyforall Regular Member

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    You people are lucky
     
  2. Baddyforall

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    That's called game point.
     
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    Hawkeye took ages to show the clip. Hawkeye was probably off and they looked for old clips from somewhere. :D
     
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    they have a data warehouse, and just use it in stead of Hawkeye ^-^
     
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  5. Martynas

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    MD final was really nice, all others were very single sided, Antonsen was not really into the match at all, and that is very strange, he likes to play in front of Indonesian crowd, I have never seen him so lost even before the match has started... very strange. I do not think Momota played his best, but that was more than enough.
     
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    I thought that Momota was close to his best. He he obviously had a game plan, which probably included driving Antonsen away from his favourite net position, often pushing him into the top left-hand corner of the court. Antonsen was effectively neutralised, and didn't have a B plan.

    Incidentally, MS coach Nakanishi hardly coached Momota at all during the intervals, but he did say, "The plan is working to perfection. Go on as you are."
     
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    I thought it was very interesting during the Final MS match, Gillian Clark mentioned how Momota's smashes or agressiveness was like him in 2014-2015.
     
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    At last. Momota won. ;)

    Good one next tournament. More juice. ;)
     
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    Now that Momota won - what will be his ranking for WTF?
     
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    This is terrible. I did not think Hawkeye would make such a mistake, but if it is 'someone' manipulating it, then now who can you trust?
     
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    Apparently, he will move up to No. 7.
     
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    Two issues here.

    1. Is Hawkeye foolproof?

    2. Was Hawkeye functioning during that point?
     
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    Someone needs to investigate this to see if there was someone faking and manufactured the result from an old clip. Certainly if Hawkeye wasn't functioning at the time the the person operating the software seating way far than the line judge would admit that decision could not be made and passed it back to the umpire that would be more credible and preserving the trust. Now I don't have the same confidence as before this incidence knowing that there could be crooks operating it.
     
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    You spent all the money and effort to setup a sophisticated system only to be ruined by incompetent lying crooks manning the system.
     
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    Did you calculate the points of other players too?
    If so, what about Lakshya Sen?. His ranking might get affected ?
     
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    Not me (far too lazy for that :D); I have just noted the calculations made by other people. According to the information, the Tour Final rankings of MS players now stand as follows:

    1. Lee Zii Jia 36620 pts
    2. Victor Axelsen 36180 pts
    3. Kidambi Srikanth 32510 pts
    4. Toma Junior Popov 30750 pts
    5. Lakshya Sen 29860 pts
    6. Kunlavut Vitidsarn 29550 pts
    7. Momota Kento 27800 pts
    8. Rasmus Gemke 25960 pts
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    9. Chou Tien Chen 25870 pts
    10. Anders Antonsen 25210 pts
    11. Tsuneyama Kanta 25060 pts
    12. Thomas Rouxel 23660 pts
    13. Shesar Hiren Rhustavito 22120 pts
    14. Loh Kean Yew 20840 pts
    15. Lee Cheuk Yiu 20710 pts
     
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    Perhaps samkool has something to say.
     
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    Wait only top 8 qualifies?
     
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    Yeah
     
  20. nokh88

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    It should be a VA vs KM final.
    Both going to the bank happily.
     

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