DAIHATSU INDONESIA Masters 2022 (07-12 June) : Qualification - Final

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  1. Baddyforall

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    Whole court is there to play when Rahayu went to get a racket but Tan pushes it outside.
     
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    1st tournament together, 1st Final SS. if GreysAp is abomination pair, then what is this RR short haired pair lol.

    CHN MD will also have chance for this later
     
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    CTC vs LKY are too many EA EA EA :)
     
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    Olympic Final replay with Greysia changes with Siti
     
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    VA will show his disciples tomorrow how it is done


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    Here comes Ginting, the home favorite, lets go Ginting!
     
  7. Yoji

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    Ginting.. the only player that can beat Axelsen and Momota at least 4x
     
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    Anthony Ginting frustrates me. He gifts so many unforced errors in the most critical times.
     
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    Ginting tried everything.. well no one can get 15 points each from him anyway.
     
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    More like he gifted everything.
     
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    GiN(F)ting
     
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  12. Yoji

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    well you could say so but at this match, this is simply the way he gonna play against axelsen.

    The push after the serve yeah its unforce but he is playing the percentages. So i dont feel annoyed with it. He has to play like this to beat Axelsen anyway.
     
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    Not bad Ginting,
    This is how he should be, consistently compete with top 5 players, consistently enter the SF or F rounds.
     
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    LZJ and Axelsen has almost the same physique but the former struggles to beat players like Kunlavut and Ginting. But it seems not to be an issue for Axelsen. I wonder why. Maybe LZJ can copy some of Axelsens playing style sometimes,I don't think his regular playing style works against all players.

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    He is better than before Korea Open lost in first round, last year he lost in first round at Denmark open, Indonesia Master and Indonesia Open
     
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    Too bad, Han Yue actually played well but failed to make the most of her opportunities in the 3rd set, mishandled the crucial stage. Wasted, as Intanon's stamina, as often the case, appeared suspect, esp in three-setters.
     
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    The organisers should schedule CYF vs HBJ match before RI's. Now they know who should progress for tomorrow's final.
     
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    I thought Han Yue showed obvious sign of fatique as well?
     
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    Actually "who" should progress? Both CYF and HBJ has superior record to ratchanon
     
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    Liang Weikeng feels special when compared to other CHN MD players.
     

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