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2013 Yonex FRENCH Open SS : R/16 & Quarterfinals (24th & 25th October 2013)

Discussion in 'Denmark / French / BitBurger Open 2013' started by CLELY, Oct 23, 2013.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    Venue
    : Stade Pierre de Coubertin

    Total prize-money : US$200,000

    Tournament website
    : http://www.yonexifb.com/en/

    Tournament time-table
    : http://www.yonexifb.com/en/events-in...ment-schedules

    Tournamentsoftware link : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...B21748-662E-4EEF-B832-1ED615C74E3B&d=20131024

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

    Round of 16 will be kicked off on 10.00am local time, using 4 courts. Host France has 1 representative in second round, Sashina Vignes Waran who will take on 7th seed Wang Shixian, will she upset the off-form Chinese player?

    DEN, INA, JPN have secured 1 QF slot each in MS category through Jorgensen v Vittinghus, Rumbaka v Kuncoro and Tago v Sasaki respectively.

    Looking forward to these matches below :
    - The battle of young talent : Gilmour v Sindhu.
    - World Championships QF rematch : Bae YJ v Nehwal
    - DEN SSP R/16 rematch : Sugiarto v Chen YK
    - Defending champion Mitani v Germany #1 Schenk
    - DEN SSP winner v Thai pair Jongjit/Puangpuapech
     
  2. mr.bulutangkis

    mr.bulutangkis Regular Member

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    Add to list of possibly interesting match:
    - Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir vs Lee Yong Dae/Shin Seung Chan

    Tow/Butet always reach at least SF in all international tournaments this year (except Korean PSS when they stopped in QF).
    Last week, LYD and partner forced XC/MJ into third game.
    Hopefully today match between INA and KOR will be tough and close. INA should be careful as newly formed KOR XD pair can raise an upset.
     
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    markuswair Regular Member

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    Tontowi/Liliyana vs LYD/SSC would be a test of their capability to alter the fab 4 of XD into fab 5. SSC is extremely aggressive at the net and not making too much unforced errors. LYD, beyond doubt, is as brilliant as ever. Both of them are brilliant in placing the shuttle and both could smash quite well.
     
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    The only French player left in the competition is on tv court.
     
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    speedyJT Regular Member

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    Adcock/Ellis took the first set of Kim/Kim with 22:20
    In the second they leveled at 10:10.
     
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    All the while, while Sony vs Hayom, the resurgent senior vs the inconsistent junior are still tight 12-11
     
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    The round one defeats of Daren Liew and Chong Wei Feng were expected as they were drawn against Boonsak Ponsana (S6) and Sho Sasaki (S5) but not that of Gu Juan who lost to a qualifier Chloe Magee and Sung Ji Hyun (S6) last week’s Denmark Open finalist who lost to P V Sindhu. Obviously SJH was clearly affected by her long 1.23 hours' match against WYH last week.
    LYD/YYS continued to shine in their match against FHF/HW and ChrisAdcock/Andrew Ellis were the surprise winners over Cai Yun/Chai Biao but the new Chinese pairings have not done badly as they managed to engage their opponents in 3-game sets.
     
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    The English pair did it!

    Well played

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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent"]22-20 19-21 21-18[/TD]
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    ChrisAdcock/Andrew Ellis take it!! woohoo...!!
     
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    Adcock/Ellis again beat another quiet good pair, look at the net winner 21 : 31, Adcock was just so good at the net, Also Adcock is the one who can push the koreans to lifting up the shuttle cock and Ellis just smash it down. Quite impressive i hope they can maintain their level of play to challenge the top pair
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    I think Adcock/Ellis can make it to the semi-finals when they play like this tomorrow again.
     
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    I prefer Hayom to win to boost his confidence
     
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    unless they have to beat KKK/TBH or German pair...
     
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    Well, I personally prefer Sony to win. Hayom still has a long way to go to boost his career while Sony merely has handful of years left haha
     
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    No game order at all. SDK vs Hayom are stretched to tight rubber game.
     
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    After 1:21 hour!


    So..now on court Soldier Schenk vs. Mitani :)
     
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    *double post* sorry
     
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    Were Sony and Hayom Chinese, I bet this tight rubber game won't transpire. Most presumably one of them would withdraw, or win in an easy two-set :D
     
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    Schenk is out

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    Well!
    Kirsty Gilmour took the 2nd set 21 - 19 against Sindhu. Now they are in the rubber at 7 - all.
     

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