TOTAL BWF World Championships 2019 : SEMIFINAL & FINAL (24-25 August)

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  1. Baddyforall

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    He is lazy:D. I don't know why he forgets to mention it. Lol
     
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    Thai coach is Tesena
     
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    Not another slaughter pleaseeeeee!
    Come on Thailand. Give a fight.
     
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    Another squash in the making if things goes well for CHN.
     
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    Surely MD will not be the same...right?
     
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  6. Airos

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    I think he could have beaten Momota as well had he been more confident , focused and a little fitter.

    Notice that he put up a little better fight against Momota than Antonsen.
     
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    Siwei should play in MD too after the olympics, he's awesome.
     
  8. CIA-99

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    HS Prannoy also the closest one to beat Momota in the tournament. Too bad he couldn't take G1 first.
     
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    Oh No. This Match also going like before
     
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    His ability to smash in all position is just astounding and smooth. Not many people can do that.
     
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    The China coaches aren't coming out to talk to their players....
     
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    Closest is nothing in this MS world. If you don't have patience, you can't beat a style like Momota has. He will just drag you into his game and force you to error somehow in the rallies without much effort. Sai Praneeth in one interview before this world championships said that player should not enter into Momota's style while playing him. Dictate the pace and don't make errors. This is what needed to beat him. Easier said than done.
     
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    I don't even know if this is final or not. What we got are mostly demolition games.
     
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    I want to see siwei playing with liu yuchen, could be good.
     
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    As they always say, make him play from below the net. Easier said than done when someone as good as Huang ya Qiong is standing in front of the net.
     
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    The finals were one or even three matches before today.
     
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    In G2, expect the Thais to avoid lifting to ZSW to attack
     
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    The Thai pair got to re-strategise, probably, too late now, do as homework for future matches
     
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    Win or loose, Sapsiree TAERATTANACHAI is a good player. Improved a lot.
     
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    ZSW was off-balanced when he ht that shot and it came back quickly beyond his reach
     

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