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17th Incheon AG 2014 : Day-6 (25th September) - Individual Event (R/32, R/16, QF)

Discussion in 'Asian Games 2014' started by CLELY, Sep 24, 2014.

  1. CLELY

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    Venue
    : Gyeyang Gymnasium

    Tournament date : 24-29 September 2014

    DRAW : http://badmintonasia.org/wp-content/...Games-2014.xls

    Schedule & Result : http://www.incheon2014ag.org/Sports/...140922&lang=en
    -https://www.incheon2014.kr/Sports/S...e/BySport?RSC=BD0000000&Date=20140925&lang=en

    KOR time : http://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wt...ma=Find%20Time

    Day-6 badminton event (started 09.00am) will consist below matches :

    - R/32 (MS, XD)
    - R/16 (WS, MD)
    - Quarterfinal (WD)

    The expected close encounters tomorrow :
    - Boonsak v Nguyen TM
    - Momota v Tanongsak
    - Tai TY v Jindapon
    - Yamaguchi v Bae YJ
    - Cai/Fu v Pratama/Saputro
    - Kamura/Sonoda v Jongjit/Puangpuapech
    - Maeda/Kakiiwa v Polii/Maheswari
    - Jung KE/Kim HN v Tian Q/Zhao YL
     
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    This is a nightmare matchup for Polii/Maheswari, twice they met the Japanese this year, twice they met their end with straight games.
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    As for Angga Pratama/Ryan A Saputra, their head to head is tied at 1:1, but their last match was last year due to the CHN didn't play frequently this year. I always feel that Angga/Ryan lack of success not because of their ability to play (technique wise, etc), but on their mind. At this age, they still mentally weak imo. I hope they prove themselves better and send the (g)old and gone CHN pair home.

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    And all the best for all INA players playing today. I hope the AG website stays strong today, hahaha... Yesterday was a horrible time.
     
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    GO Indonesian Team GO!!!
    At least 2 golds from Badminton. :).
    Come on Hendra/Ahsan and Tantowi/Lilyana.

    a Bronze medal from Tommy will be good, a bronze medal from Women's double will be awesome.
    not hoping much from the Women's Single, but hopefully the story of Maria Kristin in Olympics 2008 will come back this Asian Games.
     
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    You do know right? Linda is already out in preliminary defeated by WYH. Our only hope in WS is Bella. She is facing PV Sidhu, a tough match to play.
     
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    any live streaming links please?
     
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    JPN last hopeful in WS is already out, teen star Akane Yamaguchi eliminated by local player Bae Yeon Ju, 21-18 / 18-21 / 15-21.
     
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    Due to the web, it's hard to see the result and participant. You have to click one by one. *sigh*
     
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    And Lin Dan meets Lee Dongkeun again.
     
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    Lin Dan took first game 21-12.
     
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    Particularly the doubles as the web only mentions participant by their country. Must be patient to open it...
     
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    Second time losing for Lee DK, this time by 12-21 and pushed Lin Dan to work hard at game 2, 26-28.
     
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    Yes! Indeed, lol. The funny thing is when I was directed to Korean pages, I mean, I was like... what the... hahaha... The site is a frustrating object.
     
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    The site is really frustating to operate. Please keep us updated here...
     
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    Srikanth v Pham CC, 23-21 / 21-8.
    Li XR v Yip PY, 21-13 / 21-15
    Nguyen TM v Boonsak, 21-10 / 21-15

    Too many peoples to access the website, IAGOC should anticipate this problem...
     
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    Momota v Tanongsak, 21-14 / 21-17.
     
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    Sindhu v Manuputty, 22-20. Wang YH sealed game 1 smoothly, 21-7 against Pai HM.
     
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    Bellaetrix Manuputty took game 2, 21-16. Now the deciding game on the way...
    Wang YH def. Pai HM, 21-7 / 21-9.
     
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    Bellaetrix Manuputty stuns 7th seed P.V. Sindhu in 62 mins thrilling match, 20-22 / 21-16 / 22-20, well done!
     
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    OMG, I thought Bella will lose after trailing so far in second set

    What a gutsy play from her

    Carry on girl, love you :kiss:
     

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