TOTAL BWF THOMAS-UBER Cup Finals 2018 : Group-Stage Matches (20-23 May)

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  1. Yoji

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    After watching that Gideon interview, its so interesting though, if you want to beat me just say it, maybe i will give you one lol.

    Kevin is more lighthearted with not much comments.

    if he serves at his stomach, how can he be faulted? people who are 195cm are not faulted.

    I hope BWF just lets the flow play. Foul play will ruin a good match. seems like there is no consistency in service judge.

    Wonder if anyone have video of how high 115cm to be or not to be? I have only seen Axelsen and Kolding practice serve and imo, that is more blatant than anything. you think bending your knee a little will make it below 115? well unless you do it like Lijunhui did at AllEngland. Otherwise everyone should be faulted.
     
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    With the old service rules, at least the video could be the evidence whether the service was really a fault or not. We could always somehow tell where the lower ribs were. With the new rules, we don't really know what was going on except to just believe that the service judge was making the right calls which could be kind of doubtful at times.
     
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    WS2?

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    Whoops. I meant INA won WS2
     
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    Though INA WD2 got 9 points in a row, the gap was too far :(
     
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    Its even more paramiles in MD match where fast teamwork and rhythmic combination is needed to win matches, where every shot ot have miliseconds to think.
     
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    so lucky overweight Grego manage to win GFJ.... otherwise would be 0-5 as i predicted ahahaah
     
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    anyone knows whether GJW 21-0 ever happened before in any SS tourney? kinda interesting
     
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    What racket is Endo using?
     
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    Even China WS3 looks shaky...
     
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    can enter Guinness world record for this score...
     
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    Ruselli won over LXR, who could have thought that could happen....
     
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    ouch no idea coz i can't watch while still at work ahah
     
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    it's 3:2, mas bro :p
     
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    yeah that's really weird...
     
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    ye ye kinda weird
    we shall see again if they meet again in a few days
     
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    still that over-hyped greys/apri failed yet again :p:p
     
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    Wow.. Indonesia WS can win over China. Unbelievable. Indonesia got 2 points from WS, not WD.
     
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    meanwhile HKG vs GER is 2-2 now we shall see whether german old engine can keep up with asian speedracer:rolleyes:
     
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    There was no such thing as luck.. Gregoria by far has been through the whole group stage by winning two straight games! CHN player was just weaker than her. Hahaha

    Oh, and INA scored 2 points against CHN btw. ;)
     
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