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2011 BAC: Day 4 (Friday 22-April) Quarter-Finals

Discussion in 'Badminton Asia Championships 2011' started by chris-ccc, Apr 21, 2011.

  1. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    2011 BAC: Day 4 (Friday 22-April) Quarter-Finals

    We have arrived at the last 20 matches. The schedule can be found located at;

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...EFAE40-EE8E-4AB3-82AB-2972E5BE5586&d=20110422

    Out of the 20 matches, China will be involved in 16. The other countries involved are;

    * Thailand........... (6)
    * Japan............... (5)
    * Chinese Taipei... (3)
    * Indonesia......... (2)
    * Korea............... (1)
    * Malaysia........... (1)
    * Vietnam........... (1)

    This is rather disappointing because our Badminton Asia Confederation consists of 39 countries, namely;

    Afghanistan
    Bahrain
    Bangladesh
    Bhutan
    Brunei
    Cambodia
    China
    Chinese Taipei
    DPR of Korea
    East Timor
    Hong Kong
    India
    Indonesia
    Iran
    Iraq
    Japan
    Jordan
    Kazakhstan
    Korea
    Kuwait
    Kyrgyzstan
    Laos
    Lebanon
    Macau
    Malaysia
    Maldives
    Mongolia
    Myanmar
    Nepal
    Pakistan
    Palestine
    Philippines
    Singapore
    Sri Lanka
    Syria
    Thailand
    Turkmenistan
    Uzbekistan
    Vietnam
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    it's still good to know that so many countries have participated...
    Badminton is global sports now..:)
     
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    Chen Jin appears to be a spent force.
    He has been beaten by lower ranked and unheralded players and has been shown the exit in early stages of tournaments.
    I hope that he gets well if he is injured.
    Liew Darren did well to stretch Du Pengyu to 3 games and the score was close.
    Hopefully the only Malaysians left, GWS/LKW, will do well in the QF.
     
  4. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    2011 BAC R-16: Sho Sasaki [11] defeated Chen Jin [5]

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    However, we give credit to Sho Sasaki [11] who is currently playing well. :):):)

    Chen Jin [5] is only seeded 6 places above Sasaki. The match with the scores of 21-12, 20-22, 21-15, in 78 minutes tells us that Sasaki is probably fitter Chen Jin.
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    Badminton Asia Confederation consists of 39 countries

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    I haven't checked and counted how many of the 39 countries did send participants to this 2011 BAC event.
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    The Thais are really doing well in this tournament........

    Yes, hope LKW/GWS could at least take a game off CY/FHF.......
     
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    Sho Sasaki beat Chen Jin .. Any bros believe will he beat Lin Dan tonight ?

    Fu Haifeng , Cai yun , is expected to win tonight
     
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    Lin dan play net shot
     
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    Wow Lin Dan tshirt is so nice..... hope i can get it someday ;)
     
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    Support all CHINA players while i'm in holiday,,,,,,,,

    ZHONG GUO DUI .... Jiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Youuuuuuuuuuuuu....
     
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    seems like japan and thailand have arrived as powerful badminton nations ... they have performed well consistently in many tournaments. indonesia and korea is struggling but is ok for now.. although they seem to be on a downward trend too.. china maintains. malaysia is nowhere to be found
    the changing of the guards is a painful thing
     
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    so far very impressive outing for Japan and Thailand... MAS camp needs to work harder.... BOLEH?
     
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    21 countries participated:

    1. Bangladesh
    2. Cambodia
    3. China
    4. Chinese Taipei
    5. Hong Kong
    6. India
    7. Indonesia
    8. Iraq
    9. Japan
    10. Korea
    11. Malaysia
    12. Maldives
    13. Mongolia
    14. Philippines
    15. Singapore
    16. Sri Lanka
    17. Syria
    18. Thailand
    19. Turkmenistan
    20. Uzbekistan
    21. Vietnam
    I think it's odd that North Korea is not good at badminton, because the sport has such a strong presence in East and Southeast Asia. This is in strong contrast to table tennis, where they are pretty good.
     
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    2011 BAC QF: 8 out of the 21 participating countries are remaining

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    Thanks Gicutzu, :):):)

    So out of the 21 countries, we have 8 remaining at the Quarter-Finals.
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    I also wondering why :confused:
     
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    Is there any stream for today - Day 4 BAC 2011 ?
     
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    On Court 3, Alvent Yulianto Chandra/Hendra Aprida Gunawan [4] vs. Xu Chen/Zhang Nan [6]. The Indonesians are ranked 4th in the world, while the Chinese are unranked.
     
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    On Court 4, Shizuka Matsuo/Mami Naito [7] vs. Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang [2]. The Chinese are ranked 2nd in the world, while the Japanese are ranked 8th. The head to head record is 2-0 in favor of WXL/YY, with the most recent victory registered at the 2011 Korea Open SSP (21-4, 21-18).
     

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