Sudirman Cup - Day 3 (21 May 2013)

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  1. nokh88

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    Lim's serve was called fault by the service judge while the umpire called a let at the same time.
     
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    The umpire called a let because Ingo wasn't ready (similar tactic used by Germans in many stages of the game against LKW specifically) while the service judge faulted LKW's serve. After the let, LKW served into the net, giving the point to Germany.
     
  3. **KZ**

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    i'm so frustrated why BWF does not allow for live streaming on their youtube channel in malaysia?? not all of use have access to cable tv everyday! and stopstream is now airing india vs indonesia....damn it!
     
  4. kuwichert

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    Hi folks, let's cheer Olga now! after her run in France it took a long time to see her on BWF stream again.
     
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    ups - thought that Germany is the only stupid country doing that while national federation is trying to promote baddy to get it more popular
     
  6. nokh88

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    KO is a beauty.
     
  7. undeadshot

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    I have a feeling that the Malaysian coaches didn't even know that Germany are the reigning European champions in the mixed team event
     
  8. Justin L

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    If I'm not wrong, Olga Konon played in the Beijing 2008 Olympics, she's a very experienced player.
     
  9. kuwichert

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    no need since it doesn't mean much
     
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    she got close to XXF i think....she's very talented...that aside...she's also very attractive ;)....so sad i can't watch T.T
     
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    China win 5-0 again :p
     
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    thanks, and thanks to undeadshot too
     
  13. winzerer

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    hahasport and sportlemon.tv down, i'm struggling. even bet365 etc doesnt have live stream. in fact, i think germany is the only country in europe doesnt allow live stream from youtube, right ? niceee
     
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    use a proxy?

    http://hidemyass.com/proxy-list/

    pick a high speed proxy from a country that you know has access to the bwf stream, then paste the ip and port number into the proxy settings in your browser (it'll be under settings somewhere, where depends on your browser).

    just don't forget to remove it once you're done watching :)
     
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    10 years already, and Ina still can not win even 1 match against China :p
     
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    Tee Jing Yi can play better than that,probably too nervous and pressurized.
     
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    LKW/GVS saved MAS, TJY is in uphill against Olga Konon, so deciding game would be WD, and all pressure would be bound by MAS pair
     
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    Tee JY gets worse everytime I watch her...
     
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    who can win 1 even from CHN now?
     
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    Germany level Malaysia now, Olga Konon won 21-12, 21-14, a deciding match on WD
     

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