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

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  1. wade

    wade Regular Member

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    Rian has played really well since their loss at the AE, in fact he's been better than fajar since then.
     
  2. Habisin-Habisin

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    Indeed, couldn't agree more..
    A very well deserve win for Alfian/Ardianto
     
  3. ojayz

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    Well FajRi play well today… relentless attack with variety of strategies, and defensively quite solid as well… I think right now Fajri is the best INA’s pair. (But I don’t know somehow if Rian play laser focus they can win against anyone)

    hopefully they’ll go all to way to win The finals
     
  4. LjS4

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    Yuta need to be back playing MD, all these pairs are so weak defensively except maybe the korean pair that just lost today
     
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  5. wade

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    FajRi has the highest peak out of the 3 top indonesian MDs, when they're playing well you could easily say they're the best pair in the world. they're getting more consistent this year, I believe they have reach final in every single tournament they played since the AE.
     
  6. Justafan90

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    What do u guys think of HJT/ZHD? I dint even know they had to play qualifying?
     
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    tomorrow MD will be like INA vs CHN…
     
  8. Habisin-Habisin

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    IMHO,
    this pair has the potential to bring surprises.
    as far as i remember, they once beat alfian/ardianto in german open 2022
     
  9. ong huigen

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    Did you observe which pairs this Chinese youngster beat and also how they beat them. But it's ok.
     
  10. Justafan90

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    I think they are pretty good. Are they playing qualifying cos they are pretty new? If they improve their rankings and get seeded, they sing have to play top pairs early on all the time
     
  11. ong huigen

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    They have been around for quite a while. In fact they won the German open once. But then it was quite competitive during 2019. They are good but still cannot be considered the top level yet
     
  12. Habisin-Habisin

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    No, i didn't refer to this young chinese pair instead of latest H2H chia/wooi yik against INA pairs.
    TBH, i don't know much about this
    chinese young MD
     
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  14. Justafan90

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    Since 2019 but still hav to play qualifying? Hmm, interesting
     
  15. Cheung

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    Will these players with food poisoning recover in time for next week…?
     
  16. Justafan90

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    So, who is affected exactly? I wonder if we will get a ton of withdrawals
     
  17. ong huigen

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    Well. You can easily search their history right?
     
  18. ong huigen

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    Arrr, you can always search their past matches and find out?
     
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    Wow dont think they will be ever recover on time for next week. Like they can play but theywont play so well i guess.

    Didnt Chocuwong still played yesterday? She still looked quite competitive even though HY is the underdog.
     
  20. Michael V

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    Wow that sucks….
     

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