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Discussion in '2017 Tournaments' started by Nine Tailed Fox, Aug 19, 2017.
HKV whittling away his big lead, now only 3 pts ahead in G2, after dropping G1
THW slowly reducing the lead of HKV. A chance for THW to end it quickly.
What an amazing save by THW from his backhand
Once more,only 1 pt in it for THW, 15-16
Third set now!
Great match between HKV and TWH.. HKV looks in fine touch!
Grueling battle, THW vs HKV
“Pressure is normal…. in the second game I had a lucky point at 21-22. After I took that game, I got a lead in the rubber game. He won a couple of lucky points at the net. I know I tried my best.”
“I don’t know. I’m blank right now. Maybe I’ll retire tomorrow. Everybody wants to know if I will play until Tokyo 2020. I will see if I have the fire. If I don’t, I’ll retire.” Lee said
Won't retire just yet with contractual commitments still to fulfil
Watching Men singles nowadays proves the necessity of a very good physical condition.
Well played ! That's a good victory for french badminton.
He's 31 yo !
French headcoach is Peter Gade
If it's wrong tactics, surely his 2 coaches either advised wrong or didn't do nothing or lcw didn't take the advice......Lcw looked out of sync ~ like not tournament ready. I noticed his reactions was slower than usual , like he's tired .....
Aand HKV leads 15-11! Just like lcw was
Just reading back through it had me on my toes. Can't even imagine how you lot got through all that live.
After AE this year I surely didn't expect this but oh well.
Brice Leverdez is an independent player. He is not with national team of France. Definitely, not under Peter gade
Once again: I know that he's not 21. I was mocking the tournament organization, because it said on his profile that he's 21.
Vittinghus blew Awat his lead !
Yes, that's what I think as well. Either wrong coaching or a stubborn LCW.
Thanks to you
Hey, you're so quick guys ! I was just trying to see where my post was !
lol, I didn't notice that !