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2011 China Masters: Semi-Finals on Saturday 17-September

Discussion in 'Chinese Taipei GP Gold / China Masters 2011' started by chris-ccc, Sep 16, 2011.

  1. demolidor

    demolidor Regular Member

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    And the statistics are where?
     
  2. kwun

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    regarding all these statistics. tournamentsoftware has now all the international match results all the way back to the early 90s. someone need to write a script to mine all those data so we can start gathering these kind of statistics.

    we need some volunteers.
     
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    :D Yes had the same thought.

    But for this CM 2011 so far 7 CHN-CHN, 6 decided in 2 games with one w.o. (surprisingly at the start of the second game in a reverse of the Wembley match ;)) and 4 other country head-to-heads with one each, 3 decided in two and one in an incomplete one game w.o.
    One is statistically insignificant, so I guess "statistically" one country comes out on top :p
     
  4. huangkwokhau

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    Chen Jin will win tonight, looking at his ranking as well as his 1st draw in Japan Open against Sasaki....Chen Jin needs to win tonite...PAW CJ
     
  5. huangkwokhau

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    I do not think so..China will send YY/WXL as well as QT/ZYL.....no need for WXL/YY to lose....
     
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    Mens singles semifinal. Lin dan vs chen jin. = stomachache?Or maybe not yet, since PG can still spoil things as he has chance to get into the finals.
     
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    Yes, not fixed match la..........just some injury or drink too much cold water....la LOL
     
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    I dont think PG will beat CL..........after dragged 1 hour 18 minutes by DPY yesterday.
     
  9. nokh88

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    My wish granted. They are showing CL vs PG instead of CJ vs LD on the international tv session. If CL wins, there may not be a match between CJ and LD. Same applies in WD if JPN cuties lost.

    I was right before but to throw away 2 matches will be just to much for BWF to take. Hehe
     
  10. soulpx

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    yeah and remember their match in all england 2011 ? PG is no match to him and CL becomes more better and better now.
     
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    Yes, LYD/KSH.............unbeatable pair, thats right ! :D :D
     
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    very true !!
     
  13. tommy_bun

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    My fave WD junior is playing...GO TJH/XH...Jia You
     
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    Huan Xia / Tang Jinhua takes first game 21-10.

    as expected. not much contest between these two pairs.
     
  15. AlanY

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    as I said for this CM2011 none of the other played a 3 games match between teammates except CHN,

    Xia Hua/Jinhua Tang [China] - [China] Shu Cheng /Pan Pan 19-21 21-5 21-12

    Saina Nehwal [India] - [India] Aditi Mutatkar 21-6 21-8
    Sho Sasaki [Japan] - [Japan] Kazushi Yamada 21-13 21-16
    Kyung Eun Jung /Ha Na Kim [Korea] - [Korea] Jung Eun Ha/Min Jung Kim 7-10 Retired
    Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen [Denmark] - [Denmark] Thomas Laybourn/Kamilla Rytter Juhl 21-15 21-16
     
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    The Huan Xia/Tang Jinhua-vs-M.Fujii/R.Kakiiwa [3] match

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    Game 1 Stats

    Total Points Won
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 21-10

    Smash Winner
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 12-04

    Net Winner
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 01-00

    Clear Winner
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 01-00
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  17. huangkwokhau

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    wow..the shot was in...tough luck for JPN
     
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    Huan Xia/Tang Jinhua (CHN) beats (JPN) Mizuki Fujii/Reika Kakiiwa [3]: 21-10, 21-18
     
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    The Huan Xia/Tang Jinhua-vs-M.Fujii/R.Kakiiwa [3] match

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    Match over at the 48th minute.

    Game 1
    Total Points Won
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 21-10

    Smash Winner
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 12-04

    Net Winner
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 01-00

    Clear Winner
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 01-00


    Game 2
    Total Points Won
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 21-18

    Smash Winner
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 09-04

    Net Winner
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 01-02

    Clear Winner
    HX/TJH-MF/RK: 04-01
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  20. Blitzzards

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    Careful now AlanY,

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    Everyone should just let him be with his total hatred for CHN. Since for sure one day he will go bankrupt with his bets and gambles on the less successful players going against CHN players (if he really does have the courage to throw his money down, i.e.)

    Anyway, just let him be. No one has time to bother a permanently chained up rabid dog.
     

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