VIVO BWF SUDIRMAN Cup 2015 : Day 6 - QUARTERFINALS (15th May 2015)

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  1. koje89

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    But Justin, u often point this thing out when CHN lost because of a couple of tournaments in a row. It is the same.

    For me, it doesnt matter. I am just saying that you often speak about this issue too.
     
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    [MENTION=121998]Lokesh[/MENTION], Normally, the Japanese girls play well under pressure. They had a bad start and too much catching up to do. They must start the second game better otherwise they will struggle.
     
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    The main difference is that whether you have control over it, and I'm pretty sure one professional's answer will differ to others.
     
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    My goodness, DEN WD is leading one game ahead :D surprise surprise

    I just thought that the Danish pair is an easy cake for the Japanese
     
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    the problem is the japan MD should've win, but they didn't. It's a mental lost if a "sure win" game is lost. and it breaks the mental of the whole team that are now under pressure to get it back.

    Kind like when Chen long lost to SWH in the Asian Games
     
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    Japanese cheering is really something!!! They never stop smiling
     
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    The tide has turned in G2, JPN in control...
     
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    Japan WD playing better, nerves are settling.
     
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    it can also mean the Den WD are getting some break and then play all out at the decider
     
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    [MENTION=118495]opikbidin[/MENTION] Game 3 will be exciting. The edge will be with Japan WD for their experience.
     
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    Japan has gained confidence. They also come into game 3 with momentum.
     
  12. Justin L

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    It's a different analogy you make, one player competing in back-to-back tournaments vs another who doesn't as compared with one player who has sufficient rest but shorter break than another in the same tournament. I only speak about such things to put things in perspective, not to give excuses.
     
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    The Danish are still much in the game :p still open end at this very moment
     
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    btw who are the crowd cheering for? :p
     
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    As kelana pointed out, TPE had a day break vs INA who had to play in consecutive days. And as RedShuttle has explained why today's QFs are played in the afternoon instead of the evenings.

    True, different professionals , different answers , but not by much, and as long one has enough, more makes no difference, hardly.
     
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    I can hear Denmark Jiayou
     
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    Line feeling the strain?
     
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    [MENTION=65058]kelana[/MENTION], Yes, I expect the Danes to fight to the last point. I just think Japan will have the killer instinct and experience to cross the line. Enjoyable game:)
     
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    Back level again,as long as the Danish pair can keep close to the Japanese pair long enough, the latter might begin to shake...
     
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    Too close for comfort for the Japanese....
     

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