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

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  1. ebcd

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    Malkov took the first game!!
     
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    WTH nishimoto lost
     
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    I guess Momota will get no more resting days in this tournament
     
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    Well played Malkov! Hope Russia puts up a great fight in this tie.
     
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    Vladimir Malkov wins it in the end
    Him with his reach is scary

    an upset it is
     
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    I don't know what's happening. That is just a 33 years old and over 50 ranking man.
     
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    Ah I was thinking of you man, sorry to see. Looks like the height advantage changed the balance a bit, maybe Momota can share some advice on dealing with that type of player.
     
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    Anything can happen in Single match. However to win 3 matches , need MD win and an injury to the WS/WD player, realistically.

    Thats why team event not so fun. upset isnt so fun unless Russia/Germany becomes SC champion
     
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    Let me take the "clean sweep" thing back. :eek::eek: It's a good job that Hoki/Nagahara clinched the XD!
     
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    I'm surprised that Kenta lost to Malkov. JPN team's campaign will not be so smooth.
     
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    Thats why i dont agree Indonesia underestimated India 2 years ago. Natsir was injured and has been playing with half leg thus her absence. Their single wouldnt have past SK and Sindhu and its still the same now ,imo. Its not a sure bet. at best it will have been 2-3.
     
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    Beautiful dropshot by yuta, typical.
     
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    Well done Malkov! Nice little upset.
     
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    To be honest, they should just kick Kentakanta out and give the spots to Watanabe and Naraoka. At least those two have potential.
     
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    The reason why Korea can be Champ 2 years ago is because they dont have JPN in SF and CHN in F. CHN already did the job for them for beating JPN. there is any chance that they can win if its just once.

    Its the very same reason why LCW cant win the OlympicGames. because he always face 2 CHN players (in SF and F, and thats difficult). he can beat once but not twice. of course, in LCW case of drawing is he is unlucky because he is the 1st seed . it could have been really different. (conspiracy?)
     
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    What? Russia MD won 1st set...what is happening
     
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    I can sympathise with that viewpoint. But they haven't even managed to kick Sakai out yet!!
     
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    Not that surprising tbh, they won the H2H anyway.
     
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    is there no live in badmintonworldtv just the highlight?
     
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