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Indonesia breaks Chinese stranglehold in badminton women's doubles

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Wow

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Congrats to the Indonesians on the big upset

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Well done. Well, I guess the Chinese participants are human after all.

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Congrats to the Indonesians on the big upset

ok.......

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Nice.

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Congratulations to Greysia Polii & Apriyani Rahayu from Indonesia on their triumph of their Chinese opponents.

Condolences to those who did not fair well. There is still plenty of Tokyo’s Olympic GOLD for all countries to take home to their families abroad.

*- “won badminton women's doubles GOLD on Monday, breaking a Chinese stranglehold and claiming Indonesia's first title of the Tokyo Olympics.” -*

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Congrats to the Indonesians on the big upset

ok.......

Give credit where it’s due, sport.

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Didn't see that one coming. Well done.

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Typical when things don't go their way "Jia sent the last shot of the match wide, but a challenge from the Chinese pair put Indonesian celebrations on ice until a replay confirmed the victory".

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Chen Qingchen is famous for ... er ... let's say, voicing her feelings during a match using the "F-word" repeatedly (like 50 times): https://www.vice.com/en/article/k78kww/china-badminton-olympics-swearing The video is funny and sad.

Way to go Indonesia!

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Badminton has always been Indonesia's forte. Good to see them back!

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