Singapore Open 2019, April 9-14

Discussion in '2019 Tournaments' started by Loh, Feb 28, 2019.

  1. wade

    wade Regular Member

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    The hell was that
     
  2. yuquall

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    Great match.
    First title for JPN WD pair this year. Congratulations.
     
  3. minions

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    Yeah, finally, JPN WD win the title.
     
  4. Baddie lover

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    Positives , Kim/Kong. You both played well. They are a promising pair and young too. Congratulations Mayu/Nagahara :)
     
  5. minions

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    Lol, it's already the third title for JPN WD. FukuHiro took Malaysia Master title while TakaMatsu took Indonesia Master title.
     
  6. yuquall

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    Oh yeah. Had totally forgotten about those haha felt like so long ago since a JPN WD won a title
     
  7. sunscreen

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    Daddies up next! Yay!!! Fun fiesta atmosphere here in the stadium. I like
     
  8. yuquall

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    Well a lot of nationalities are great of course, as long as they are great players. Not just for sake of variation of flags
     
  9. Cunning Linguist

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    In hindsight, it's probably quite a blessing neither AY or NO won the title here. There's no way either of them would have been able to climb that winner's podium without losing their dignity. :D
     
  10. wade

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    Please make the japanese pair dive a lot koh hend :cool:
     
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  11. It'sMeMeMe

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    7 JPN WDs pairs within top 15 on the bwf ranking....
     
  12. yuquall

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    It was nothing compared to when NO on podium was completely blocked behind the officials head when they all posed for a group picture. lol
    Was it China Open?:p
     
  13. Cunning Linguist

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    Yeah, but that is about to change. Fukuman/Yonao doesn't exist anymore (they're out of the B team anyway and Fukuman has transferred to a diffent club team recently) and Shida/Matsuyama don't appear to be good enough to keep their position, let alone improve. Plus, there is zero in terms of younger talent on the horizon
     
  14. It'sMeMeMe

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    you mean FukuYona pretty much retire from international?
    as for youngster i thought i saw chisatohoshi/aoimatsuda....i thought hoshi was quite good
     
  15. gelopisan

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    Go ko Hen!
    And make it quick plz, Mo mo ta next!
     
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  16. wade

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    Kam/son lead 11-6 interval..
     
  17. wade

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    Kam/son are playing well
     
  18. wade

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    That's better from ahsan
     
  19. wade

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    Agree with morten
     
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    The Japanese pair look to be the sharper and I see them winning.
     

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