Venue : Musashino Forest Sports Plaza Schedule & Result : https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020/olympic-games/en/results/badminton/olympic-schedule-and-results.htm LIVE SCORE : https://match-centre.bwfbadminton.com/4027 List of LIVE TV Broadcasting : https://gtimg.tokyo2020.org/image/upload/production/z2ndaf9j5quvrpbp82dp.pdf BWF Olympic Games link : https://olympics.bwfbadminton.com/results/4027/tokyo-2020-olympic-games-badminton/2021-07-24 Tokyo time : https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/japan/tokyo DAY-10 ORDER OF PLAY : https://olympics.bwfbadminton.com/results/4027/tokyo-2020-olympic-games-badminton/2021-08-02 BIG IN JAPAN FOR CHINA The unprecedented long hiatus from any international tournaments, China badminton squad denies the naysayers who doubt their capability to roar in Tokyo 2020. But they flex the muscles since the beginning of tournament untill the ultimate day where their players secure final spot in al five categories. On the contrary, heartache for host Japan to pocket one bronze medal only through Watanabe/Higashino despite Land of Rising Sun is touted as heavy favourite to scoop more than two gold medals prior to this Olympics. Japan squad downfall starting from Kento Momota shocking exit, fails to qualify into last sixteen round that more or less demoralising team spirit. CHEN/JIA ON COURSE The talented China #1 combination have good prospect to complete their major event collection after grabbed 2017 Glasgow World Championships title, 2018 Asian Games gold medal and tomorrow they will battle out to reach paramount goal Olympic Champions. Fully confident Chen/Jia outclass regular rivals Kim/Kong in second meeting here after group stage encounter. The Chinese will take on hardworkers Polii/Rahayu who show strong fighting spirit to aim final berth including how they outlasted Korean duo Lee SH/Shin SC. A breakthrough for INA WD to earn medal for the first time in Olympic arena since inaugural edition Barcelona 1992. It'll be tough for the Indonesians to topple the on-fire world number 3 but never say never as this is Olympic Games, anything can happens. Two Korean pairs will contest for bronze medal, the same color that won five years ago in Rio, Jung KE/Shi SC beat Yu Yang/Tang Yuanting at that time. TITANIC FINAL SHOWDOWN Chen Long proves himself as one of best MS player that China ever produced alongside his predecessors Yang Yang and Super Dan, entering two consecutive Olympics final. Taking into full distance for the lanky Chinese to conquer Lee Zii Jia and Chou Tien Chen previously, the well-prepared and vast experienced Chen takes command to dictate his game plan that forcing Anthony Ginting to follow slow-pace tempo and can't develop quick attacking play. A very steady play, solid defense as usual plus accurate placement and sharp smashes troubling the Indonesians mostly to commint unnecessary elementary errors. Expect the unexpected, the inspiring Kevin Cordon pushes Viktor Axelsen into the limit in opening game as the Dane can't read his unfamiliar opponent well while the nothing to lose Guatemalan player puts good fight to pressure Axelsen with his initiative and pro active quick shots. Former World Champion has comfortable way to close out the match, smashing all the way as 34 years old Cordon starting to produce numerous mistakes. Save the best for last mantra, a blockbuster match looms when Chen Long meets the consistent Axelsen, two players from different generation, rematch of Rio OG 2016 semifinal round. Chen has big ambition to level Lin Dan record, back to back Olympic Champion plus continues CHN gold tradition in this category meanwhile Denmark will seek Atlanta 1996 glory through Axelsen this time. TANTALIZING DUEL Major event title still elusive for Tai Tzu Ying as she's unsuccessful to meet the expectation, lost narrowly to Chen Yufei who staying focus, composed in tough situation. Chen superb retrieving skill, patience, and less errors really frustrates Tai who needs to create perfect shots to earn point. In deciding game, the Taiwanese ace actually had a chance to turn the tables, 3-10 down, she closing the gap but unfortunately the routine numerous unforced errors that hampering her effort to bounce back as Chen looks quite fatigue post interval break and practically only retrieves her opponent shots until the end of this tiring 82 minutes match, 21-18 / 19-21 / 21-18. A heartbreak for Tai TY fans as she's touted as heavy favourite to top Tokyo OG podium, hopefully she will continue her quest in Huelva end of this year. Big ambition and strong confidence brings Sindhu nails bronze medal, to dominate entire match with her fierce attacking smash to down the error-proned He BJ who doesn’t exploits her quality shots at front area instead of dictated by Sindhu game plan. A tough reality for He for her extra effort to get out of the shadows from her younger teammate Chen Yufei, this time she fails to steal the limelight.