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Last updated on 24-May-2011 09:06:38 PM
It is just an expression of joy. I am not sure of its origins. Others may know.
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cho, it´s a fight samurai word....or is a contraction of "shaio"= come on, in chinese
As a chinese, i can assure you cho means nothing. Its just an expression players like to make when they win a point. If you notice players from all over the world makes more or less the same noise when they win a point.
cho means "ball"; used like "score!" when making a good point
just got it in youtube comments
BTW sam will you join the puma tournament? its ok not a shirt but anything basta puma
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