OUE SINGAPORE Open SS 2015 : FINALS (12th April 2015)

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  1. suetyan

    suetyan Regular Member

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    my prediction:

    WD: Misaki/Ayaka (They will get their revenge today)
    MS: Momota (Would like to see the first even Japanese man to win a SS title. Tago failed in previous attempts.)
    WS: Sun Yu (She needs this title to prove her growth)
    MD: Fu/Zhang
     
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    that's pretty much the same as mine!

    2 titles for Japan? and none for other powerhouses other than China. the world of badminton really has changed a lot.
     
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    anyway, ZN/ZYL win 4 consecutive tournaments never beaten....
    olympic and world champion.... perfect
     
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    of course pretty much same. It was being copied and modified by this lazy girl :p
    Of course I would like to see the veteran HY to win his first ever title, but I think Momota is hungry for this title.

    The world of badminton has changed a lot, Boss. Can you see team Korea in today's finals? :D
     
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    always amaze me how much stamina Ayaka has. she do most of the backcourt work and never seem to be tired.
     
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    who's using chromecast to watch from youtube?
     
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    so who conceded the walkover? LuKai/Huang Yagiong is the automatic champion today? WTF.

    I hope this backfires today and let INA MD Angga/Ricky crush FYF/ZN.

    LYB you are a coward. Please show up today in the MD game and I want to personally see your red face when your tactic backfires and your MD pair is crushed
     
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    any link to live telecast???
     
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    the Japanese made a lot of flick serves!
     
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    I agree, too many china-china wo. I was already gonna cheer for INA MD today but now I will cheer even more;)
     
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    In recent times, you might have seen even india getting 2 titles (that too in more competitive singles events) both MS and WS .

    So, definitely Badminton is evolving. Even WS from china already accepted that row WS players are equal to their level, in an recent interview given by Li Xuerui.


    Oh No. Walkover again. !!
     
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    Ou/Yu have good defense that makes Ayaka ineffective and good enough offense (Ou, especially) to poke through here and there.

    21-17. let's see if there are some tactical change in the 2nd.
     
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    Misake is having a nosebleed.
     
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    Seriously? Okay, so what if all matches today were China vs China, and none took place because they wanted to rest before a bigger tournament etc? Would you still think that's a good decision?

    I'm not a philosopher, but I'm pretty sure what China are doing is morally wrong in the "sports code" context. But then maybe it's a debate like whether abortion should be made legal or not, so perhaps it's all a matter of perception and opinion.
     
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    Good Spirit Matsutomo... to continue playing... unlike the CHN XD who not even bother to show up
     
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    Misaki was having some problem with her nose last few days too. Unfortunately she has a nose bleed today
     
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