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頑張れ! (ganbare) or 頑張って! (ganbatte!) for encouragement.

よし! (yoshi!) for cheering after a good point or winning.
(For a player himself/herself to praise his/her own good point, it's probably やった! (yatta!) = did it!)

Inconvenient as it is, we don't have a single word that can be used for both encouraging and praising.

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Allez !

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Come on is come on.

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Or Komaan! (Clijsters says "komaan" for example)
This. I also use "Komaan" more than "Kom op", but maybe that's because I live close to the Belgian border.



¡Vamos! in my native language, obviously.


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This. I also use "Komaan" more than "Kom op", but maybe that's because I live close to the Belgian border.



¡Vamos! in my native language, obviously.
Komaan is a bit more belgian, I just translated it straight up to Dutch. Never really see anyone use it in that way. Mostly I just say 'Ja!', 'Come on' or 'Vamos'

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Komaan is a bit more belgian, I just translated it straight up to Dutch. Never really see anyone use it in that way. Mostly I just say 'Ja!', 'Come on' or 'Vamos'
Komaan almost sounds the same as come on, so that's the most convenient

I think Thiemo de Bakker and Robin Haase also always uses "Ja!".


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Allez or vas -y
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Komaan is a bit more belgian, I just translated it straight up to Dutch. Never really see anyone use it in that way. Mostly I just say 'Ja!', 'Come on' or 'Vamos'
What? It's the same shit lol.

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thought you were gonna say "cum on"... sorry, kinda crass but i can't help it
It's understandable, but naw
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German: Komm jetzt!
Auf gehts! is much more common imo.
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Tumhaaari Maa ka.
More like "Teri Maa Ki"

Another alternative: "Chaloooo'
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"Pojď!", "Pojďme!" in plural, "Do toho!" as well, "Jedem!"... yes, in Czech we have 10 synonyms for every word.

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