World Championship 2010 Day 6 SF (Sati, Aug/28/2010)

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  1. Thom_bad

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    Do they really have the choice ??
    I mean, perhaps the PBSI don't want them anymore so they have to stay independent....
    They just need to pull off their ugly shirts and go back to Yonex :p:):)
     
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    They are still INA's top 1 MD pair. They withdrew from the National Squad because of Kido's condition, which does not allow him to undergo streneous physical training. So, they chose to be independent players with sponsorship from Flypower.

    Another thing is that Kido's motivation to win a major title seemed to have dropped too considering they had won the WC and Olympic titles.
     
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    hope china will be generous today and let the others share the pie. I believe if CJ wins then the Mas double will have a strong chance of grabbing the title. Not to say that they can't win on their merits but seeing how FU/CAI beat Kido/Hen it will be a tough mission. Koo/Tan also lost in TC to the chinese pair.
    I believe china for the sake of good will would be happy with four titles.
     
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    U can find it in the Casino!! Last time I watch the TUC inside the Casino. People are all gambling but I am watching the TUC. Haha
     
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    Don't worry, I will also yell on behalf of you! Haha... I fall alseep yesterday night after Cai/Fu won the 1st game! :(
     
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    yes. China v. China is not always boring. Because China has so many high quality players, their performance on the stage is nice to watch. Or someone wants to watch low level players from the same country in the final? That will be more boring what. We cannot say China v. China is boring because China has the ability to dominate, can other country? Maybe other countries have the ability too, but not as high as China.
     
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    hey staiger, she is a sis. haha.. :D And yes agree with you about the healthy competition. Thanks for all these countries that force CHN team to work harder and that's is what we want to see!
     
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    It's not boring during the finals hahaha.... unless Ranking points are needed :p
     
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    tonight there are two exciting CHN v. CHN matches, XD and WS. WD will be a bit boring. But XD and WS surely will be very exciting. For XD, Zheng Bo will fight very hard to win because he wanna get back to the National team, whereas for HHB/YY, they will fight very hard to get for their very first time. Haha... :D While for WS, we will see a rematch of yesterday WSX v. WX because both of them will fight for the title to become the WS leader! Haha... I assume these 2 matches will go to a rubber.
     
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    Hehe hope so!
    It will be very exciting indeed... absolutely can't wait for the mouth watering loineups tonight all except WD :p....
     
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    okay just see who grab 2012 OG gold, Cai will be 32 when next OG, korea and ina pair will not give it easily.. korea MD not only JJS/LYD now,now they have another quality pair, for ina i hope starting next year,pelatnas give more chances to angga,berry,rendy sugiarto cs. to play more international tourney..
     
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    why not? Zhang Ning can also win her second OG medal at the age of 33!
     
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    i'm no offense here, i just say cai will be 32 =.= no need to add that "why not?"
     
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    i'm no offense here...i just say Cai will be 32 i dont say he couldn't win the gold =.= no need to add the "why not?"
    ups...sorry double post
     
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    i am no offense here too. I put "why not" because there is a probability that Cai/Fu can win the OG2012. :)
     
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    cann't agree more. and they even always assume a match will boring even before it starts(but they don't say LCW vs HH was boring???)...;)

    u know what, there are lot of such hyprocitic people in this world.. playing justice but actually serving their own purpose...:(:(

    anyway, this is life...
     
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    How you know they don't say LCW v. HH is not boring? Maybe they keep it in the heart you don't know :)
     
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    Yay, suetyan you rock :)
     
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    LOL so true!!!
    and like in HK09 it seemed like HH gave the match to LCW after leading 20-14 :) in the final set
     
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    What? Are throwing matches are the exclusive domain of China? Does Malaysia have to submit an application to China if they feel like fixing a match or two? [typed with tongue very firmly in cheek :p:D]
     

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