Saina Nehwal took on Sato Sayaka of Japan in the Djarum Indonesia Open 2010 women singles finals at the Istora Senayan Stadium.

Saina Nehwal will be the hot favorites to clinch this title as Sato Sayaka is only making her first finals in a Super Series event. One thing is for sure, seek the Japanese is well known for their never say die attitude.

I am putting the sixth video for this match using Myspace videos. Any difference with Youtube? Comments will be much appreciated.

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Indonesia Open Finals 2010 – Saina Nehwal vs Sato Sayaka 6/6
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7 Comments

  • dr@gon 6 years ago

    nice logo you have…
    keep it up.

  • sebastien 6 years ago

    resolution is better on Youtube, making it (substantially) more confortable to watch than the 6th video

    going back to the match, it's just too bad Sato made so many unforced errors. Because Nehwal seemed to have real trouble reading the Japanese player shots. No doubt will hear more of Sato-senshu in the coming months and years.

  • badmintonfreak 6 years ago

    To dr@gon : That is not the logo for badmintonfreak. It has been there from start till now. Logo has not been done. Logo has not been completed.

  • teddbaker 6 years ago

    welcome back Jason… i hope u can upload more videos. more power to your website.

  • Kwokchocho 6 years ago

    Dear Jason… do you have any videos of Macau and Chinese Tiapei open 2010?

  • Thanks a lot for the upload, please upload Singapore open of Saina Nehwal.

    Thanks in advance
    Raj

  • janan 6 years ago

    i dont get it the players didnt even shake hands…those b@@@@@ should respect the game