XXXII Tokyo OLYMPIC GAMES 2020 : DAY-5 (28th July 2021) XD Quarterfinal, MS & WS Group Stage

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  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    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

    MATCH HIGHLIGHTS (singles category) :
    - Akane Yamaguchi (JPN) v Kirsty Gilmour (GBR)
    - Kim Ga Eun (KOR) v Yeo Jia Min (SGP)
    - Chen Yufei (CHN) v Neslihan Yigit (TUR)
    - Pusarla V.Sindhu (IND) v Cheung Ngan Yi (HKG)
    - Ratchanok Intanon (THA) v Sonia Cheah (MAS)
    - Jonatan Christie (INA) v Loh Kean Yew (SGP)
    - Kento Momota (JPN) v Heo Kwang Hee (KOR)
    - Lee Zii Jia (MAS) v Brice Leverdez (FRA)

    MIXED DOUBLES KNOCK-OUT DRAW :
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    So who will advance into last four and contest for badminton medal? The top-two Chinese pair are highly favourite despite they have unprecedented long break 16-month absence but their performance has no significant effect for those disadvantage circumstances. Home favourite Watanabe/Higashino are the next contender to secure semifinal berth unless the Thai hotshots regain their confidence after lost to GBR combination. Well, Ellis/Smith perhaps have prospect to create breakthrough and inspired by their predecessor Robertson/Emms to step up into next round.
     
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    Actually Korean beat minions before. So minions are lucky.

    Sonoda beaten ahsan before also in so.

    It will boils down to the form of the day. Who makes less mistakes and dominate the net faster will win.

    Semis shd be nice.

    Maybe bwf need to readjust the wd and md qtr back to seedings just to be fair or make it exciting.

    #482
     
  3. RC47

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    The two weakest pairs by far (Hong Kong/Great Britain) face off and the winner gets a shot at a medal...

    Mind blowing that the Olympic committee thinks round robin is a good format.
     
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    ZSW/HYQ to win.

    HKG pair to win.

    Toss up between Thailand and Japan.

    WYL/HDP to win.
     
  5. mal1988

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    Alright here we go - China vs Indonesia in the 1st QF.
     
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    Melati just so slow. wth she doing.
     
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    I thought PraMel were holding back in the game against Yuta and Arisa. I guess this really IS their form.
     
  8. wade

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    Praveen is useless, waste of talent honestly
     
  9. whatAHassle

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    Praveen is the only one scoring points. And he is trying so hard to cover for Melati's mistakes that it messes up his game.
    Game over for them I think.
     
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    Ok nice dropshot praveen
     
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    I guess the Indonesians just needed some warm-up - the gap is closing now : 12-14.
     
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    I feel like he is the one that’s messing up the game. He looks very nervous.
     
  13. wade

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    Zheng siwei look shaky too
     
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    He is the only on who has scored all the points not resulting of opponent's mistakes.
    He even created opponent's forced errors.
     
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    If they being forced to lift I rather they lift it high, siwei is too fast
     
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    I marvel at this. Melati is non existent on court and people are blaming Praveen.
     
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    He scored 10 winners but he also the one who give the opponent 6-7 free points, typical praveen honestly
     
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    Woman XD players from Indonesia are always lazy (bar liliyana and maybe debby) so it's no surprise to see this result.
     
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    Melati's task is to set up her partner, even when they won french open-denmark open-AE melati wasn't really scoring so many winners like praveen
     
  20. wade

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    Liliyana was pretty lazy after the rio olympics (mostly because of her injury) and she still won the WC in 2017 lol, I guess class is permanent
     

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