XXXII Tokyo OG 2020 : DAY-7 (30th July 2021) XD Final, MD Semifinal, WS Quarterfinal

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  1. lodoss

    lodoss Regular Member

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    Do not be misled by the appearance of every CHN players in G1.
     
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    CYF will come back for sure for sure
     
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    good start for ASY. cmon ASY!!!
     
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    Too many wide shots and bad judgements from CYF. 6-5 to 6-11 with 5 UE and bad judgements
     
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    ASY leads 11-6. with a bunch of errors and misjudgement from CYF.
     
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    This is where it gets more cringey for me. Where players you say the full name such as ASY and CYF - but the commentators would call them Chen or An XD
     
  7. kwun

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    that's how they do it in English speaking countries.
     
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    I think Morten and Clark are resting now and back to the stadium later for the XD final. It will be a letdown if the current 2 gentlemen cover the match.
     
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    As if they know both players personally lol
     
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    CYF vs ASY stamina. if HBJ is any indication, maybe stamina is the secret weapon. at the moment CYF is happy running ASY, pushing to her back court and moving her a little.
     
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    I agree. CYF and HBJ can keep up with the points.
     
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    neither side look even stretched at the moment. 13-12
     
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    Chen Yufei looks very calm and relax
    13-13 now
     
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    To be fair there's nothing wrong with refering to them with their surnames though

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    Well yeah.

    I see CYF really at ease for now. Maybe OG will be hers?
     
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    I do hope so, in terms of performance prior to this Olympics and the pandemic, she's shown the most promise.

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    What a grueling rally to get to set point for CYF. 20-18.
     
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    If not for CYF's drops, this match is fairly WD-isque, hoping ASY is more proactive in G2
     
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    1st set to CYF, 21-18.
     
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    cant believe another of my favourite Okuhara is out!
     

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