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  1. wpisces

    General Yuzuru Chat

    But I know that more than anyone it is Yuzuru who doesn't want to mess up his 3A ( and other jumps ofc). First he is such a perfectionist. Second, I don't believe he is willing to sacrifice any jumps for 4A. He wants all.
  2. wpisces

    General Yuzuru Chat

    Yeah, it is only my theory. I love his 3A and I hope it will remain the best jump of him.
  3. wpisces

    General Yuzuru Chat

    Not only 3A, other jumps are usually shaky at early comps, when the season goes, it usually goes back to normal. His 3A isn't perfect all the time but after all it was the most reliable jump of him. As I said, the mistakes he made on 3A this season particularly is mostly due to uncontrolled height and distance, which I take as the obvious effect of training quad. Losing sense and rhythm of jump caused being unable to estimate precisely the distance and height the jump requires, could result in off axis, URed/ overotated jump.I think he needs to be more focused to jump 3A these days.
  4. wpisces

    General Yuzuru Chat

    It isn't only in SP, his 3As in LP at both ACI and Helsinki GP were landed shakily/ borderline URed. The best 3A he has done this season is the one in SP at COR ( still lean forward a bit though). While I agree new entry somehow contributes to this instability, I believe the main reason is still losing some sense and rhythm of a triple caused by training quad.
  5. wpisces

    General Yuzuru Chat

    I have to dissagree, it did affect his 3A. The mistakes he made on 3A is mostly because he can't control the height and distance of jump ( either much higher than necessary ( mostly in SP) or smaller( mostly in FS)) which resulted in not good air position, off axis on landing, UR... I know some gushed over how high his 3A was this season but it's not good. There is a reason why big jumpers have to learn to control the height they get on jumps. It seems the sense, the rhythm of jumping 3A got affected. I guess he only trained 4A seriously until last off-season so it affected his 3A more than last seasons.
  6. wpisces

    General Yuzuru Chat

    I'm not against him doing 4A. I just really really hope his gorgeous 3A doesn't get affected. His 3A did give me trauma this season. It's not easy to see his 3A went from the most reliable jump to the jump which gave me anxiety everytime he jumps it and got less points than Kolyada, Shoma, even Nathan's. He used to be the one who has the best 3A with great success rate on it. This season he hasn't yet jumped any perfect 3A, either (a bit) shaky landing ( lean forward) or pop and fall.
  7. wpisces

    General Yuzuru Chat

    It is because you haven't yet seen the next one.
  8. wpisces

    General Yuzuru Chat

    I also hope he will move on. It's also problematic to me for whatever reasons... He hasn't performed it perfectly yet so its full potential is unknown. Still I'm not sure judges appriciate it as much as they did with Otonal. And I'm all for something new and even more interesting I want him to work with Benoit Richaud whose choreos convinced me more than anyone (OK, I know it won't happen)
  9. wpisces

    General Yuzuru Chat

    I have no idea who he is but I'm sure he isn't Shingo.
  10. Why do you all suppose it was a skater/TCC skater whom she had a call with 😂😂 How can Yuzuru get dragged in this ? She has many Russian friends. Would it be more reasonable to assume it was one of her Russian friends who speaks Russian so as to be able to talk everything with her and shares the same time zone with her ? Personally, I guese it was Kristian Kostov.
  11. But it doesn't necessarily mean he had intended to go to 4CCs but had to skip it because of injury, right ? And it didn't mean he would have gone if he had been healthy either. From the beginning he wasn't listed as 4CCs member team because either he didn't have intention to compete there ( for whatever reasons, not just medical ones) or JSF wanted him to focus on Worlds. And as you can see currently injured Shoma was still listed in national team for 4CCs. Not that they are sure he will recover in time for 4CCs but he did qualify for it and he can withdraw later if his injury doesn't get healed by 4CCs. In 2016 Yuzuru had every intention to compete full season even if he was injured. He was doing ice shows in January 2016 and still practiced jumps. It's not like he prioritized an iceshow over 4CCs .
  12. 2012, 2015, 2016 ( not sure about 2012) he wasn't included in Japan Nationals team for 4CCs which was announced right after Nats. It meant he didn't intend to compete at 4CCs from the beginning.
  13. Not really, he rarely goes to 4CCs even if he's healthy
  14. If Daisuke doesn't go to Worlds, I hope they send Kazuki. Tanaka should be sub 1 in case Yuzuru withdraws. He has history of doing well enough at Nats but flopping at major competitions.
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