DANISA DENMARK Open 2019 : R/32 - FINAL (15-20 October)

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  1. minions

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    Yes, daddies to the final. Premium coffee for Herry IP. :D
     
  2. SpursIndonesia

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    While the Daddies is steady, but the third game is more about KamSon shooting themselves in the foot. So many UE and weak defense, like bizarro KamSon came to play replacing the normal one.
     
  3. It'sMeMeMe

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    hmm i'm not sure.i wanna watch this next match...probably gonna be super lame..
     
  4. wade

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    That's what I feel too. I feel like they're much more complete as a pair now, mentally getting stronger too. imo they're the main favorite to take the gold at tokyo next year.
     
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    their playing style is a little bit change actually.. in their early days, most of the time ahsan will kill the shuttle from back court, either with his hard smash or wicked drop shot..

    now, they always aim to kill the shuttle from around the net..
     
  6. It'sMeMeMe

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    i dunno bout premium coffee but it definitely ain't gonna be BurgerKing....:p
     
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    I hope ahsan/hendra win tomorrow :cool:
     
  8. Badmintonmag

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    Yes, I think so, too. I loved watching them backl in 2013-2016 , but they had there problems. Not that consistent and also vulnerable on defense. Their current playing style is just beautiful. Compared to them, any other mens doubles (apart from Sukamuljo) is pretty boring.
     
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    You're right, I don't remember their defense being this good back then.
     
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    an olympics medal will be the Daddies ideal retirement present.
     
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    You don't find fajar/rian playing style entertaining ? :D

    I personally like them because of fajar, so skillful :D
     
  12. Badmintonmag

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    I like them more than most other doubles. But they are not that clever. Lots of wrong choices. But I noticed that each country has a very specific playing style, that reflects on almost all their pairs. China is just fast and furious, smashing. Japan is more defensive. Korea much more defensive without any surprising elements. And Indonesia is always about creativity, deception etc.
     
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    Suddenly I remember ahsan/hendra withdrawn from korea open, that's the only reason we didn't see an all indonesian final in korea :D
     
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    Momota looks tired
     
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    He looked tired from the first game yesterday. Suprisingly, because the day before against Sai Praneeth he didn't at all.
     
  16. Hassefar60

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    I have no clue which Danish players you are referring. I have never seen either. Maybe it is the language. There are also languages that sound like constant arguing to me.

    But I can add that many of the Danish players, especially the single players, are coached in a conversation form. I think the idea is to make the players themselves say the important things. You remember things you have said better than things you have heard.
     
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    To me he is just cruising on first gear. Yesterday he switched to second gear bit too late in second game. Sugiarto has no weapons to hurt Momota and they both know it.
     
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    HendraSetiawan is the oldest WorldChamp. There is still a record not achieved yet and that is the oldest WR1. I dont know who currently holds it, LCW?

    He can also be the oldest SS winner next year.
     
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    backhand smash for the finish....crazy...
     
  20. wade

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    If he win the olympics next year, will he became the oldest olympic champion ?
     

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