XVIII ASIAN GAMES 2018 : Team Event - R/16 to Final (19-22 August)

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  1. melon94

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    okay japan won the first wd...and probably gonna win the next 2 matches.
     
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    THA takes G2 21-16.
     
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    Unfortunately for INA, they did not won WD. Pretty much over for them unless there cam create a miracle.
     
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    2-4 THA in G3. A lucky cord.
     
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    CHN pair also getting nervous.
     
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    9-5 CHN leads in G3.
     
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    Make it 10-5 for CHN.
     
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    G3 interval, 11-6 leads for CHN over THA.
     
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    INA WD1 failing to take it could cost them the tie.
     
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    8-12 for THA pair.
     
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    15-8 CHN WD, game over?
     
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    CHH wins.
     
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    How dare you. Nozomi at her peak is unbeatable. Last year, Akane was only second to Tai Tzu Ying.
     
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    CHN 2-0 over THA

    CHN WD beat THA WD 22-20, 16-21, 21-14.
     
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    What's the score for INA-JPN WS2?
     
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    Hope is on HBJ's shoulders now. Jindapol is a bit tricky, but I think she can win.
     
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    fitriani take the first game !!
     
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    something different with Okuhara's eyes o_O
     
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    Oh, Fitriani actually took G1 from NO!
     
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