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2011 Japan Open SS: Day 5 (Semi-Finals) Sat 24-September

Discussion in 'Japan Open / Indonesia GP Gold 2011' started by chris-ccc, Sep 23, 2011.

  1. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    2011 Japan Open SS: Will we get a Lee Chong Wei-vs Lin Dan match at the Finals?

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    From yesterday's thread;

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    :D:D:D So... We are still guessing if there could be a Lee Chong Wei-vs Lin Dan match at the Finals on Sunday 25-Sep-2011.
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    It's nice to see SF wd with all different countries....so competitive....

    It's been a while that the outcome of the champion wd still blurry....nice change....
     
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    XD also have all different nationalities.....so rare....
     
  5. mr.bulutangkis

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    in spite of more variation in national representation,
    Korea that did very well in Taipei 2 weeks ago and prevented CHN clean sweep last week,
    will not be represented by any player in Semifinal

    CHN : 7
    MAS, INA, Denmark, Germany, Chinese Taipei (for each): 2
    India, JPN, Hongkong (for each): 1

    CHN have booked 2 places in final, MS and WS
    INA take one MD final spot already
     
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    The organizers smells something fishy and are smart to schedule CL vs LD's match before LCW vs PG match. Al least CHN won't know if LCW or PG would win. LCW may just do a LD, sighting shoulder injury. Haha.

    Btw, would there be team orders in INA's MD match?
     
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    Nah, back injury or knee injury more logic, LCW got those injuries before. The knee needs to be all wrapped up though ;)
     
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    No doubt CL will win the game.

    Yet another MATCH FIXING ARRANGEMENT by LYB and Company.
     
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    LOL.. it would not, IMO

    Kindra and BoSan are trained in different camp
    BoSan is under PBSI (Indonesia national camp), while Kindra are independent players.

    and it is not in situation that they "need doing something about team order"

    They need help themselves, IMO
    Currently, three top INA MDs have relatively same chance to play in OG2012
    BoSan (WR 6), Kindra (WR 7), and Alvent/Hendra (WR 9), whose WR points are close each other.


    I do not know if there exists such rule that
    the little brother should let his older brother to win.. or the older give the chance for his younger to play next year
    :D :p
    would wonder about that
     
  10. madbad

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    Check this one out.

    Cheng Wen Hsing plays WD with Chien Yu Chin on court 3 at 12:00pm

    LD v CL follows.

    Then Cheng Wen Hsing plays XD with Chen Hung Ling.

    If as expected there is hanky panky in the LD v CL match, especially a walkover or retirement, Cheng could end up playing again after a game's (not a match) break or even incredibly, back to back matches.

    The organizers should have put her second match as the last one on the TV court.
     
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    it's gonna hard for me to catch the match at 11 am tomorrow... there goes my late rise Saturday :(
     
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    Indeed one can be blunter by calling the organizers are less professional in match schedule arrangement! :p
     
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    It goes unnoticed that Korea is not represented in SF! What a rare occasion!!
     
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    You can have your beauty sleep

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    Never-mind, you can have your beauty sleep on Saturday. :):):)

    But on Sunday (Finals Day), if Lee Chong Wei is to face Lin Dan, then you will need to miss your beauty sleep. :p:p:p
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    I would love to see LCW VS LD again like in AE
     
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    Love to see LCW VS LD again like in AE

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    If it is like the AE 2011 6 months ago, Lee Chong Wei shall win. :D:D:D
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    I think this is the first time seeing a super series semi final played on 3 courts. Usually only 2 courts maximum.
     
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    MS: 3 countries
    MD: 3 countries
    WS: 3 countries
    WD: 4 countries
    XD: 4 countries.

    CHN : 7 entries
    DEN: 2 entries
    GER: 2 entries
    INA: 2 entries
    MAS: 2 entries
    TPE: 2 entries
    HKG: 1 entry
    IND: 1 entry
    JPN : 1 entry

    should be exciting Semi this one.
     
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    grab a laptop. stay in bed. :)
     
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    It is 2 courts. Look at the word 'followed by' at main location 2.
     

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