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2011 Dutch Open GP: Finals Day Sunday 16-October

Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open 2011' started by chris-ccc, Oct 15, 2011.

  1. chris-ccc

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    Today, Sunday 16-Oct-2011, we arrive at Finals Day.

    For the Schedule of Matches, here is the link;
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...389B26-7D2A-4EFC-831F-5D94C1BB1911&d=20111016

    For the Time in the Netherlands;
    http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_NL.aspx

    For Live Streaming;
    http://www.badmintoneurope.tv/

    Who will take the titles? My guesses are;

    * WS:
    Yao Jie [2] (NED)

    * MS:
    Hsueh Hsuan Yi [7] (TPE)

    * WD:
    Duanganong Aroonkesorn/Kunchala Voravichitchaikul [1] (THA)

    * MD:
    Ingo Kindervater/Johannes Schoettler [1] (GER)

    * XD:
    Sudket Prapakamol/Saralee Thoungthongkam [1] (THA)

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    The Giraffe is still chewing up the seeds and spitting them out. Will Jie Yao be next in line? Only Sindhu knows the answer to that one!!! :D

    The XD finals should be interesting. If both pairs play hard to win, then Kunchala will be left with little time to recover for the WD finals later. I would give the Singapore pair of Shina Mulia Sari & Lei Yao the better chance of winning the WD title.

    MD: both pairs have come this far without dropping a game. But obviously the German pair are vastly more experienced and (probably) battle-ready, so I agree with Chris' prediction. :)

    OT: a search on Youtube for "Yonex Dutch Open 2011" got me this:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMVrq3l5DAs
     
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    Chris doesn't predict, he guesses ;):cool:

    I'm going for:
    XD: Songphon/Kunchala
    MS: Hsueh
    WS: Auntie Yao Jie!
    WD Duanganong/Kunchala (she does the double)
    MD: Cwalina/Logosz
     
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    *waiting for baseball world championship final :rolleyes: RAIN DELAY approaching 3 hours :D *

    What makes the German MD "vastly more experienced" anyway? I would think Logosz (born 1977) has been around the longest and Cwalina is at least as experienced as Schoettler ... A quick TS check tells us Logosz' first(?) international tournament was in 1994 ;).
     
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    I'm impressed with Sindhu P.V performance........She'll be force to be reckoned with in future alongside Nozomi, Mitani etc

    Good back up for Saina in future.

    She'll take the WS crown for sure......Sorry auntie YJ and hometown crowds :(
     
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    Indeed, impressive performance by Sindhu to knock out Gu Juan and Thai promosing star Porntip. Let's see who will win here, Auntie YJ or this Indian teenager, 34 v 16 y.o ;)
     
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    Chris doesn't predict, he guesses ;):cool:

    I'm going for:
    XD: Songphon/Kunchala (well if I hadn't seen the #1's play yesterday that would also be my pick but the #1's looked pretty impressive in dismantling the German machine)
    MS: Hsueh
    WS: Auntie Yao Jie!
    WD Duanganong/Kunchala (she does the double)
    MD: Kindervater/Schöttler
     
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    How can I predict?

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    Hahaha... You BCers make me laugh. :D:D:D

    How can I predict?... When I have no crystal ball to see the future.
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    My first guess was wrong

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    My first guess was wrong; :D:D:D

    * XD:

    Songphon Anugritayawon/Kunchala Voravichitchaikul [2] defeated Sudket Prapakamol/Saralee Thoungthongkam [1]
    21-17, 24-22 in 33 minutes.
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    It looks like my 2nd guess is going to be wrong too

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    * MS:

    It looks like my 2nd guess is going to be wrong too. :eek::eek::eek:

    In Game 1, Chou Tien Chen won 21-18 over Hsueh Hsuan Yi [7].
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    Oh, I have hope... At the interval of Game 2, Hsueh Hsuan Yi leads 11-09.
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    The Hsueh Hsuan Yi [7]-vs-Chou Tien Chen

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    Game 1
    HHY-CTC: 18-21

    Game 2:
    HHY-CTC: 21-15 (At the 41st minute)

    Now we have the rubber. :D:D:D
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    Am I the only BCer following today's Finals? :confused::confused::confused:
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    Game 1:
    HHY-CTC: 18-21

    Game 2:
    HHY-CTC: 21-15 (At the 41st minute)

    Game 3:
    HHY-CTC: 11-06 (Interval at the 52nd minute)

    Game 3 Stats:

    Smash Winner
    HHY-CTC: 01-03

    Net Winner
    HHY-CTC: 05-00

    Clear Winner
    HHY-CTC: 04-01
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    Game 1:
    HHY-CTC: 18-21

    Game 2:
    HHY-CTC: 21-15 (At the 41st minute)

    Game 3:
    HHY-CTC: 11-06 (Interval at the 52nd minute)
    HHY-CTC: 15-13 (After 1 hour)

    Game 3 Stats:

    Smash Winner
    HHY-CTC: 04-05

    Net Winner
    HHY-CTC: 05-01

    Clear Winner
    HHY-CTC: 04-02
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    My guess is correct for this match !!!

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    Game 1:
    HHY-CTC: 18-21

    Game 2:
    HHY-CTC: 21-15 (At the 41st minute)

    Game 3:
    HHY-CTC: 11-06 (Interval at the 52nd minute)
    HHY-CTC: 21-16 (Match over at the 65th minute))

    My guess is correct for this match !!! :D:D:D
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    The interesting Yao Jie [2]-vs-P.V. Sindhu match will be played in 30 minutes' time.

    Time for a break.
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    haha what is going on here. where is the other ???
     
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    :D:D:D I don't know. You and I are the only 2 here at this moment.
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