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Discussion in '2021 Tournaments' started by CLELY, Jul 29, 2021.
This is nailbiting
Who is shae?
Japan gets bronze mixed
Good fight from the HK pair, saved 3 match points.
The relief. Hopefully this will also help to lessen the burden on Yamaguchi's shoulder.
Higashino switched on!!! Love their form today!!
Good fight from HK!!
Nice. YutaArisa met expectations with a BronzeMedal. I guess Yuta can go on feeling life much better now than some of his teammates.
Congrats to Yuta and Arisa!
That embrace was cute as hell. Wish I had a cute female doubles partner to hug like that
Tse Ying Suet, the HKG lady. Commentator can't pronounce Tse, can't really blame him, it's not easy to pronounce.
Oh I can't believe it' will probably be CHN vs CHN! He defeated Okuhara and Chen defeats An.
oh. I was wondering why a random question came up. LOL.
It’s pronounced something like “ji-eh”.
I was watching it in Chinese commentary rather than English hence didn’t understand @Quentin11 question
I think Tse surname is hard to pronounce in both Cantonese and English, but easier in mandarin.
just spell "ta ta ta ta ta ta ta ta ta ta" (spell mama, then tata, then spell ta)
in Vietnamese language her name is
Tạ Ảnh Tuyết ( Tạ = thanks. Ảnh = shadow. Tuyết = snow)
As usual the Chinese rule the major events even after a year and a half of break time .....
Wouldn't be surprised if both MS and Liu Yu Chen/Li Jun Hui make it too .....
Because it’s wrong
Coz i follow Patrick Tse and Nicholas Tse
Japan team now
Well it’s wrong like how Gillian Clark always pronounces Cai Yun incorrectly- and she’s now taught a generation of people how to say it wrong… LOL
Haha, thats the same way I pronounce Tse too. Follow as Nicholas Tse name is pronounce -> 'Ze'