TOTAL BWF SUDIRMAN Cup 2019 : Group Stage Matches (19-22 May)

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  1. wade

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    Whoaa goh and sindhu didn't shake hand before the match ?
     
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    Goh is there as a scapegoat !. Sonia would have done better
     
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    And my superstar takes it away that19 shot was amazing ..Thanks PVS and we'll playedwell played Goh
     
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    Chance for Sameer to get more ranking points, higher world ranking, better choice of tournaments for Olympic qualification.

    Sameer's ranking is lower than KS and against a relatively junior player, it's a good opportunity to pick up some easy ranking points.
     
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    PVS slaughtered GJW real hard today. GJW had absolutely no chance. This is a good example of how WS elite players are still much more superior than many rising stars.
     
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    Wrong selection for WS for Mas, soniia would have given a better fight against PVS
     
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    Now, the MAS scratch pair is up. Let's see if this scratch pair is successful or not.
     
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    Why does it seem mas players have copied the famous Indonesia cheer like MAAA LAYSIA tana tana na lolz
     
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    Both teo and chia are a front court player right ? weird combination...
     
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    Don't play too defensive said malaysian coach
     
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    I love steen humour..
     
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    commentators are hillarious ..
    Steen : Reddy is born ready....
    Lol
     
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    Nice air swing teo
     
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    Steen: Reddy's smash is unpredictable. Sometimes he does not know himself where he is hitting.
    Lol
    Steen's commentary is enjoyable.
     
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    1A - THA v RUS (06.00pm)
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    Russia has opportunity to grab opening point against Thai unranked MD pair. In remaining four matches Thailand assigns their best players.
     
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    Who is Philip chew and who is Ryan chew?

    Sent from my COL-L29 using Tapatalk
     
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    So aee there any points for these tournaments like individual player points ?
     
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    Apparently Thailand is hoping that a scratch pair will put up a better fight against Ivanov/Sozonov. Just like how one of them beat Kevin/Marcus before.
    They also learn to not underestimate a weaker team by sending all their best players.
     
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    But it's too risky in crucial tie, India already won if they fielded Srikanth.
    Similar case with Japan who's overconfident against Russia, luckily Japan has balanced squad.
     
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