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2013 Yonex Japan Open SS : Quarterfinals to FINALS (20th-22nd September 2013)

Discussion in 'Japan / Indonesia Open 2013' started by CLELY, Sep 19, 2013.

  1. Loh

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    BWF doctor in attendance

    My understanding is that at every BWF tournament there is a resident doctor around to attend to, and to confirm, injuries or sickness.

    If the BWF doctor-in-charge uphelds the player's poor health or fitness condition, then the player should not be blamed or criticized. The player should not carry on playing if he is unfit lest his condition deteriorates further that can threaten his livelihood.

    Valid complaints should be directed at the doctor or the referee if necesssary. There exist proper BWF channels for complaints to ensure that they are treated fairly, regardless of where they come from or at which player they are directed.

    There should be order to ensure that BWF rules are abided by all member countries.
     
  2. Loh

    Loh Regular Member

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    You mean to say it is directed at you?
     
  3. Justin L

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    Oops, I forgot to put inverted commas for the term "venomous insect", my bad.:eek::D
     
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    Markis kido? Or other europe player
     
  5. alans

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    Is there any info CHN player give WO to other countries of final tournament? Thanks.
     
  6. limsy

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    [TABLE="class: cms_table"]
    [TR]
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    [TD]chung jae sung(27)[/TD]
    [TD]xu chen(29)[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]period[/TD]
    [TD]9/11-6/12 2009[/TD]
    [TD]31/8-22/9 2013[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]matches[/TD]
    [TD]19[/TD]
    [TD]12[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]minutes[/TD]
    [TD]781[/TD]
    [TD]496[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]tournament[/TD]
    [TD]4[/TD]
    [TD]2[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]title[/TD]
    [TD]4[/TD]
    [TD]0[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]longest rest[/TD]
    [TD]2 days in between tournament[/TD]
    [TD]8 days from 11/9 to 18/9[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]distance traveled[/TD]
    [TD]more than 7000 km(hongkong-shanghai-korea-malaysia)[/TD]
    [TD]less than 2000km[/TD]
    [/TR]
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    in fact,any player who won 2 consecutive title(10 matches) such as lee chong wei(which older than xu chen) is enough to prove since xu chen only played 9 matches but takes 8 days break before japan open.
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    chung jae sung won 4 consecutive title,2 of them is SS,one SSMF and one IC while xu chen with empty hand.
     
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    While we’re on the subject of walkover does anyone notice that the Danish XD pair has conceded a WO in the first round, presumably due to injuries/illness and BOTH have a miracle recovery well enough to play in the MD and WD on the same day and there after?

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  9. yayachico

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    :cool: Are you trying to find fault here by bringing out non chn-chn wo?? because you are gonna get attacked for this :cool: good luck! lol...
    btw, good finding on this information.. perhaps, if XD is played last, tournament doctors might be able to find some solution for XC to recover in time to play afterall since they did create miracle for the danish pair :p:p:p owwww.. why didnt the official arrange it to be the last match of the day? now we will never know how fast XC can recover after so many matches in CNG, 8days of rest, and another 4days of matches, fever (or not) and....... poor guy :(:(:crying:
     
  10. AlanY

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    Some would question that is it just the case of “if you rub my back and I’ll rub yours” between the BWF boss and the real BWF boss?
    It is unlikely that just coincidentally the withdrawn injured man (XD only) allowed to play in the MD and lost lamely to teammates at a later stage, and the injured woman (XD only) allowed to play in the WD and lost lamely to another ‘friendly’ pair in the final.

    or am I just too much of a skeptic?
     
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    players should not be allowed to play in two departments in one tournament.
    if ma jin didn't play in wd, maybe she would play in xd with xu chen.
    the wo gave ma jin advantage to beat danish pair.
    it also gave zhang/zhou many points.
    that's china's dirty trick.
    everyone knows it. even chinese fanboys.
    hahahahahaha.
     
  12. Giga01

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    I don't know if you are serious or are just trolling China fans but, that makes no sense! Of course players should be allowed to play more than one discipline if capable to do so! Why wouldn't they be?

    The WO in the XD gave Ma Jin no advantage at all seeing as she had played more matches to get to two separate finals than the Danish pair.
     
  13. pcll99

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    I never thought I would hear my saying this but here it is:

    Don't feed the troll!!!

    :D
     
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    The bold part : clearly showed that XC is not capable of doing so and he is only playing in one discipline.
     
  15. latecomer

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    It seem likes we have two camps arguing regarding walk over by Chinese players. Just want to bring out one point you may not have thinking of. Would you do the same if you are the manager of your respective badminton squad. I shall give you an example. In MD, Chinese #4 seed conceded a match to a lower rank Chinese team. The winner of that match would face the #1 seed. The #1 seed beat two Chines teams en route to win the title. The question is would you do the same if you are LYB? Personally, I would cause I want to find out how good are my lower rank teams when playing the #1 seed. Those lower rank teams also want to find out how good they are. Please bear in mind that LYB's job is to look after the best interest of Chinese badminton, just like the other directors of their respective badminton organizations. Whether you like it or not, it is going to happen again and again. At the moment it is the Chinese team, but what would you say if other countries become stronger and do the same. Why wasting time on the subject. If you care to check the other sports, like tennis, how often Roger and Nadal withdrew from the smaller tournaments. Talk something more constructive or limit your anger post to one or two. This Forum suppose to be a friendly one, we are all civilized, are we?
     
  16. bad's fan

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    and so at the end of the day
    all of the attacker still insist
    the high fever is false one, although they did have tournament doctor to make approval due to players condition. ;)
     
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    Your theory was: chinese team only give walkover to their teammates alone.
    The fact is chinese players also gave walkover to another nation players.
    So am i right that your theory is not correct and need a little correction?
     
  18. limsy

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    not me,since i merely reply the physically and mentally exhausted post

    post 260
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...09-Dutch-Junior-and-2009-German-Junior/page16
    5 matches in one day not even new since tee jing yi played 6 in one day(in fact, most of these in less than 4 hours if u read through the thread)
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    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...09-Dutch-Junior-and-2009-German-Junior/page15
    post 244.
    the link of the tournament of dutch junior 2009 was broken but the post stated so.

    the player named iskandar,played 26 matches in 11 days(3 days rest in between.)
    he played 6 matches in one day in dutch junior and 5 matches in one day in german junior.
    this is the link for 2nd week,11 matches
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...792808A-60BB-42B8-9C2B-4C415BB2F03F&player=66
     
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    Its pathetic that we have to discuss walk overs in badminton - Paul Eric Hoyer
    Larsen, please do your job and stop this nonsense if you want badminton to be a
    respected sport!
     
  20. visor

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    Either that or please provide hot water and fever reducer medicine free of charge to all players... especially CHN. ;)
     

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