HSBC BWF WORLD TOUR FINALS 2019 | 11-15 December (Group Stage-Final)

Discussion in '2019 Tournaments' started by CLELY, Dec 9, 2019.

  1. tepokbulu

    tepokbulu Regular Member

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    who is going to win?
    guci or jupe?
     
  2. Desireless

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    Higashino’s defence So shaky...looks like she needs some quality time with a smashing robot.
     
  3. Yoji

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    Something wrong with Yuta. However, this is the risks.

    Still, they had the chance to knock the biggest competitor out yesterday...and they blew it.
     
  4. ong huigen

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    Pretty sure cyf will win this..as I implied the motivation for yamaguchi to do well in that match is pretty high.
     
  5. ong huigen

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    Well the solution is winner of each group chose the opponent and if there is no agreement, then do a coin toss to decide on which winner choice will be taken.
     
  6. yuquall

    yuquall Regular Member

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    Besides fatigued after playing 6 intense matches for three days in a row and the last one was just some hours ago?
     
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  7. It'sMeMeMe

    It'sMeMeMe Regular Member

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    i won`t really count the destruction of twin towers as intense match :rolleyes:

    my guess maintining 4 / 5 wins in a row vs minions is more important :D:D
     
  8. Hbmao

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    How do you know that will give you different matchups than the current ones? After all you don’t know the players’ preferences.

    Let’s take MS, not unfair to assume both Kento and Ginting would want WZW, that case it could end up like what we have right now.

    Or WD, anyone would want TTY over the impaired Akane? Or MD, if anyone would pick the minions it’s Endo/Watanabe :p

    I think you are proving the current system is the best system :p
     
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  9. gelopisan

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    That's the previlege of being a host! You don't like it, ask your country to host the event.
     
  10. Thebestbees

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    Disappointed with how yuta/arisa’s game went... but also glad that they lost so that yuta can focus on their games later today... Thought that the way the SF games are being drawn could have been better but oh well. That’s BWF for you just like how sometimes umpires make a ridiculous decision but can’t be overruled at all even though there’s tournament referee ..
     
  11. yuquall

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    According to you, the spectator. Try doing it yourself.

    So winning Zheng/Huang twice in a row in front of home crowds not important enough?
     
  12. It'sMeMeMe

    It'sMeMeMe Regular Member

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    sure winning YaSi 2 times would be great....just that that 4/5 is greater :D

    besides organiser already made sure to give yuta as little rest as possible with the schedule so there`s that
     
  13. Desireless

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    Looks like TTY brought the A game today...
     
  14. yuquall

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    Go Wang/Huang!
     
  15. Thebestbees

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    Lol... just as I talked about umpires making ridiculous decision, here another one from the umpire claiming that the Thai XD hit the shuttle after it landed on the floor... SMH...
     
  16. yuquall

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    Thai pair should be grateful it wasn't at the opponent's match point.
     
  17. Yoji

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    If its not played in China, this all XD Final wont even be easy. need some help from
    umpire
     
  18. pjswift

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    They certainly could do with as much help as possible to win. That s the host privilege. Just like how Federer gets a lot of help from tournament organisers through scheduling advantage.
     
  19. Baddyforall

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    Commentators definitely finding an excuse to pronounce the name taeratanachai, they really love it

    Sent from my SM-G600FY using Tapatalk
     
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  20. Justin L

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    As always, your smear campaign against China. Where's your credibility? Bigotry, groundless accusations, bias, a sore loser's attitude, and you're not only accusing the organizer but also BWF.
     

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