VICTOR CHINA Open 2019 : R/32 - FINAL (17-22 September)

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  1. wade

    wade Regular Member

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    What happen ? my internet suddenly so laggy...I guess I'll just watch this match later on.
     
  2. yuquall

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    They are reading their opponents too well at times.

    No time for replays :confused:
     
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    so minions vs daddies again tomorrow hmmm oh well..
     
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    Kevin was moving to the net and stood there (waiting for the drop shot) and just like he had anticipated, Rian hit a dropshot to where Kevin was standing.
     
  5. Yoji

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    "FajarRian asking to be bullied
     
  6. yuquall

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    Rallies are getting better and longer. No mercy showed by both pairs when they killed the shuttles.

    Come on minions, don't lose focus.
     
  7. yuquall

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    Minions to the final.. phew
    Guess I worried a bit too much.
     
  8. minions

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    A bit too easy for minions. I had expected a closer match. But, looks like minions owned FajRi this time.
     
  9. wade

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    I guess it will be easy again for minions tomorrow since ahsan are still injured..
     
  10. mart333

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    Both MD match today feels like exhibition match... And I think tommorow might just be the same with Ahsan injured
     
  11. Justin L

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    Marcus /Kevin disposed of Alfian/Ardianto , 21-8, 21-16 in just 26 minutes !

    Who is complaining, HKV, anybody here? How did the game go ?
     
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    It's not CHN vs CHN so no one is complaining :rolleyes:
     
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    why complaining?
    they did not do what china usually do
     
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    some will complain
    if jaran let marvin win
    or marvin let jaran win
    did jaran let marvin win?
     
  15. Biglever

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    My prediction for tomorrow:

    1. Zheng/Huang
    2. Chen/Jia
    3. Momota
    4. Minions
    5. WS is the one I couldn't predict. Anyway, my bet is on Marin

    Play hard. Train harder.
     
  16. Justin L

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    How do you tell, explain? And why ?

    It's the OG QF cycle, the three INA pairs don't care who goes to Tokyo 2020 ?
     
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    by watching the match
    they don't care
    just collect the point you need
     
  18. Justin L

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    How is it different from this ?: Marcus /Kevin disposed of Alfian/Ardianto , 21-8, 21-16 in just 26 minutes !
    Be more specific, compare and contrast, please give me a full analysis.
     
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    If the main concern of pbsi is tokyo 2020, then they should let Fajar/Rian to win the China Open

    If fajar/ Rian wins China Open, then their ranking point will increase, and their ranking goes up.
    If INA has 3 or 4 MD pairs in the top 8, it will be more difficult for other countries like China, Japan or Korea to send 2 MD pairs to Tokyo.
    Kevin / Marcus's victory over Fajar / Rian is a proof that there was no team order in that match.

    Moreover, they already know that the opponents in the final are also INA pair, so there is no reason to save energy. it is different if it is li / liu who will play in the final, then it is natural to suspect that the match is carried out as short as possible to save energy.
     
  20. Justin L

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    "If the main concern of pbsi is tokyo 2020, then they should let Fajar/Rian to win the China Open" - What are you trying to say, I don't understand your logic? Fajar/Rian not interested in Tokyo 2020? So they can just play an exhibition match, no need to "put in their best efforts" according to BWF rules?

    "If INA has 3 or 4 MD pairs in the top 8, it will be more difficult for other countries like China, Japan or Korea to send 2 MD pairs to Tokyo." - So,? Only two pairs get to go , right? How is that more difficult for the other countries ?

    "Kevin / Marcus's victory over Fajar / Rian is a proof that there was no team order in that match." - So, team order for Kevin/Marcus to throw the match to Fajar/Rian is fine if PBSI has pre-selected the latter to qualify for Tokyo2020 in place of another INA pair ? I still fail to understand why Fajar/Rian wouldn't go all out to beat Kevin/Marcus for a place in the final when waiting for them is another INA pair? Nothing to lose, right? Everything to gain, correct? - ranking points, prize money, accolade, pride, internal rivalry, what have you.

    I mean, all the more reason for INA vs INA pair to fight it out, no holds barred, no savin of energy and whatnot, knowing waiting in the final is another INA pair, right?
     
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