Tong Yun Kai 2019 (Hong Kong, 19-24 March)

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  1. ebcd

    ebcd Regular Member

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    the exact same squad from yesterday except for WS :eek:
     
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    Wow Fajar/Rian was stretched to 3 games 21-16 19-21 21-19 by the SGP pair
     
  4. ebcd

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    INA wins with a 3-0 score
    What happened there to Loh Kean Yew in game 3?
    makes you wonder, are they really that good or was it FajRi with their inconsistency again o_O
     
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    eh, Tsuneyama lost in straight games

    wow, somehow Tsuneyama saved the second game.
     
    #45 terrynguyen121988, Mar 22, 2019
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    That was exactly what I had in mind.
    Maybe they were a bit tired after Swiss Open?
     
  7. ebcd

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    I don't know but tomorrow is gonna be SF and INA team will surely field them again
    hope today they get enough rest
     
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    Malaysia should have sent their A team to this competition… seriously i don't know what bam is thinking. Given that koreaK withdrawn and most countries sending their B team, its probably the best chanve for them.
     
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    MAS new coaching director want to send the team for experience but truth is our B team cannot even match the B team of Japan.

    The MD should have been Aaron Chia - Soh Wooi Yik instead of GSF-MIZ
     
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    Aaron Chia - Soh Wooi Yik already in the A team, thus no send them to play...
     
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    Can't mas send mix a and b team?

    Sent from my COL-L29 using Tapatalk
     
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    QUARTERFINAL SESSSION 2 | 07.00pm

    HKG v TPE (Court 1)
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    Hong Kong has advantage in singles category while TPE is favoured to grab opening point through MD but Chang TC/Yeung MN played well to stun higher-ranked Japanese pair in group-stage.

    THA v CHN (Court 2)
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    China has best chance to nail all three doubles discipline, interesting encounter between Han Yue and Pornpawee Chochuwong, just wondering why Thailand doesn't field Kititharakul/Prajongjai.
     
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    Kanta Tsuneyama won mental game in crucial stages, that's the turning point to seal the tie. Japan blanked Malaysia, 3-0 but they need to work extra hard particularly MD and MS, Cheam June Wei almost delayed the top-seed victory.

    At the adjacent court, Indonesia secured their semifinal spot earlier to beat the underdog team SGP, 3-0. In first match, the lower-ranked Loh KH/Toh HZ ramped up the pressure to world number 8 Alfian/Ardianto, survived in narrow margin, 21-19 at deciding game. Ruselli Hartawan extend INA lead to 2-0 then Shesar Hiren Rhustavito completed the triumphant, 3-0 won over Loh KY who only earned 7 point in third game, quite surprisingly judging by the scoreline, too bad no live-streaming at court 2.
     
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    Since beating Lin Dan, Loh Kean Yew hasn't been living up to his billing.
     
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    No livestream available yet
     
  16. Griff88

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    Those from Hong Kong can watch via Viu TV... (Use Hong Kong VPN if you have)

    Zhuafan channels also have no stream *sigh*
     
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    Precisely the problem. Should have sent the A team. It is not a a hidden fact that our A team is weaker than most of the countries in the QF. Doesn't take one to deduce that similarly, our B team will be weaker than their B team.

    Not to mentioned that all 3 of previous Olympic silver medalist are not with the team.

    I can't believe it as Malaysia lost last year tournament in men's team when they decided to change the squard rooster last minute. Malaysia have also lost last year Commonwealth games team event, and precedinh year sea games team events. Morale is low, and i seriously wonder why the coaches don't want a morale boost…

    Doesn't take a genius to know that if you can't win Asian championship, you are unlikely to have a chance in surdiman.
     
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    Thank You buddy, its works.
     
  19. Justin L

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    Thanks, it works for me too, but only Ct 1 or TV court available.
     
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    Lu Guangzu won a close affair in G2, 21-19, after taking G1, 21-13, by a considerable margin. Too bad, no livestream to watch it.
     

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