Singapore Open 2019, April 9-14

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  1. gelopisan

    gelopisan Regular Member

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    Ouch Sai, so close.
     
  2. Yoji

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    That was downright almost nasty. not R1 at least.

    But YutaArisa can be upseted.
     
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    What happened to Momota? He used to steamrolled players like Praneeth, Christie like a walk in the park
     
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    Going by how the score panned out in G3, 19-16, 20-all,22-20, Momota survived a scare against Sai Praneeth.
     
  5. gelopisan

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    CL also won.
     
  6. yuquall

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    We can't know what's really going on there, we can only speculate from the livescore or scoreline. Which could be misleading at times.
     
  7. trizzforce

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    I feel like MD is more competitive nowadays unlike in the past 2 years or so where a few top pairs dominate consistently. This brings out more excitement as any random pair could make an upset on any renowned pair.
    Yes. They are trailing in G3
     
  8. gelopisan

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    It's possible they put LD match on ct 4.. after this XD :p
     
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    LD vs VA is next in line. We'd better pray that either court 1 or court 2 will finish first.
     
  10. gelopisan

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    Lets ask @Loh he's in the stadium :)
     
  11. trizzforce

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    I've come to a conclusion that in badminton some pairs just can't find an answer to beat certain pairs. And it's usually when the skill level is similar...it's like they consistently lose to the same people. :(
     
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    Not sure we should go ask him about LD. Could be more misleading haha
     
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    Momota escaped .
    Considering Sai, laziest man on planet, coming so close to beating momota!. Well done. Sai is in correct track. Hope to see him as second quota MS player for india.
     
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    That is called, a clash of styles. But I disagree with the can't find an answer quote. More like, it's difficult to find the formula.
     
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    Finding formula isn't that difficult imo. The most difficult part is to actually carry it out under pressure.
     
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    I must say though that Tan/Lai shouldn't have needed 3 games to win today.
     
  17. gelopisan

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    WAHAHAHAHAHA :D:D right right :D
     
  18. trizzforce

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    I didnt see the match but I'm guessing it's the same familiar story of arisa's poor defense, being indecisive at the net topped off with yuta's random shots to the net?

    Yup clash of styles or whatever you'd call it. I see that happening with tan/lai watan/higas , kam/son against goh/tan or li/liu
     
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    I knew it! Organiser such an ass! LD on ct 4.
     
  20. Baddyforall

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    Siril verma, who defeated Anders Antonsen and Kantaphon Wangchoroen in his junior days to reach the final of World junior championships, is nowhere to be seen on the circuit . I don't know what happened to him.
    Seeing Kantaphon defeating Huang Yuxiang in straight games in this tournament proves how well he developed his game.
     

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