Japanese young superstar men singles player Kenichi Tago took the court today against Marc Zwiebler of Germany in the World Badminton Championship 2009 tournament.

To be honest, this is the first time i see Tago in action and i would really see how good this kid is. Trust me, i wasn’t disappointed. A future star in deed in the making.

Still far away if want to compare if Lee Chong Wei and Lin Dan but with proper guidance and training, i am sure he will make it big.

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5 Comments

  • smash badminton 7 years ago

    Hi Jason, part 1 of this match got an error… stop at minute 02:44 . Could u recheck it please…

    THANKS AGAIN FOR SHARING 🙂

  • atschebusch 7 years ago

    nothing works at the moment 🙁 🙁
    thats is really annoying me because i want to watch his match now….

  • atschebusch 7 years ago

    it was not your fault, Jason, definitely not. that was my fucking computer it doesnt work all the time

  • Kevin 7 years ago

    though there’s no LCW or Lin Dan in these vids but i must say, these two players are AMAZING! :O

    the rallies and the commitment makes the match very great to watch even if it’s not the finals or semis. 😛

    thanks for the uploads Jason! 🙂

  • David 6 years ago

    Thanks Jason for putting this match, I love to see players ranked in the twenties. Tago is promising, I wish Zwiebler could enhance his smash, 'cause he could never win a point with that shot. His defense on smashes is not so good also, but good pushes and net play.