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2014 Li Ning BWF WORLD Championships DRAW

Discussion in 'World Championships 2014' started by CLELY, Aug 10, 2014.

  1. Woffle

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    Tian Houwei vs Takuma Ueda, CWF vs. Rajiv Ouseph

    a lot of interesting matches from day 1.
     
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    looks like all mas players might get difficult to pass 3rd round...
     
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    Carolina Marin is no. 9 seed!!! And I only seen her performance twice!!! She is rising fast.
     
  4. CLELY

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    IMO, the WS top half draw is tougher than the bottom - LXR, Saina, Sung JH and Intanon R as well as Sayaka T, Han Li, Nichaon J and Mitani M are in the mix for a place in the final. Han Li is somewhat unlucky to have to face LXR in R3.

    Good to see Derek Wong in the competition but he's drawn to meet Tommy S in R1, a tricky proposition for both I guess.
     
  6. Mr. Epic

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    Ratchanok Intanon was hospitalised with influenza. It's uncertain if she will be able to play in Copenhagen.

    From here Facebook - "There are 2 days of high fever, sore throat, flu is detected, has begun providing medication and better condition now reduced fever and then eat it must maintain in the hospital about 3 days, fever reduction, determined before the drug therapy until 5 days. After treatment and should not stay too much exercise for about 1 week. During this retreat, there diet and drink plenty of water warm for about 8-10 glasses per day." (Translated by Bing)
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  7. CLELY

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    Get well soon for Ratchanok, there're two defending champions already that can't take part in this year WC :(
     
  8. Justin L

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    Is Intanon R out of hospital already? There's still two weeks to go, possible for her to barely get ready to play at Copenhagen. I won't entirely discount her chances.

    The WC is no ordinary tournament, most players esp the highly fancied ones may perform under par in the face of immense pressure to deliver, so upsets are more likely than normal, almost anything can happen.
     
  9. etudiant

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    Wait, where is Tontowi/Lily ?? :(

    Anyway good draw for Nitya/Greysia

    Good hth vs Kamilla/Christina, but they need to worry abt Reika/Miyuki...before facing Chn brigades :eek:
     
  10. CLELY

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    Towi/Liliyana had been pulled out due to Towi ankle injury, now they will focus to Incheon AG preparation ;)
     
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    Too bad :( :( :(
     
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    Many MS players got a bit lucky they didn't face thougher opponents in the first round. Some, looking at Takuma Ueada and Rajiv Ouseph, weren't as lucky.
    I doubt that Henri Hurskainen make's it out of the first round, but who knows. Perhaps Axelssen starts to feel the pressure.
     
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    Match overview of Monday, August 25, 2014
    Time Draw Score Duration Court
    10:00 AM WS
    Pui Yin Yip -
    Chloe Magee
    Main Location - 1
    10:00 AM WS
    Kristina Gavnholt -
    Jamie Subandhi
    Main Location - 2
    10:00 AM MS
    Daniel Paiola -
    David Obernosterer
    Main Location - 3
    10:00 AM XD
    Anders Kristiansen
    Julie Houmann -
    Tarun Kona
    Ashwini Ponnappa
    Main Location - 4
    10:45 AM MS
    Kento Momota [13] -
    Nan Wei
    Main Location - 1
    10:45 AM XD
    Ross Smith
    Renuga Veeran -
    Niclas Nohr
    Sara Thygesen
    Main Location - 2
    10:45 AM XD
    Jakub Bitman
    Alzbeta Basova -
    Abdelrahman Kashkal
    Hadia Hosny
    Main Location - 3
    10:45 AM XD
    Jorrit De Ruiter
    Samantha Barning -
    Peter Kaesbauer
    Isabel Herttrich
    Main Location - 4
    11:30 AM XD
    Jonathan Nordh
    Emelie Lennartsson -
    Gideon Markus Fernaldi
    Rizki Amelia Pradipta
    Main Location - 1
    11:30 AM WS
    Anna Rankin -
    Natalia Perminova
    Main Location - 2
    11:30 AM WS
    Karin Schnaase -
    Kirsty Gilmour
    Main Location - 3
    11:30 AM MS
    Raul Must -
    Tien Chen Chou
    Main Location - 4
    12:15 PM WD
    Vivian Kah Mun Hoo
    Khe Wei Woon -
    Sarka Krizkova
    Katerina Tomalova
    Main Location - 1
    12:15 PM XD
    Ki Jung Kim
    So Young Kim -
    Min Chun Liao
    Hsiao Huan Chen
    Main Location - 2
    12:15 PM XD
    Toby Ng
    Bruce Alex -
    Chris Langridge
    Heather Olver
    Main Location - 3
    12:15 PM WS
    Hsiao Ma Pai -
    Fabiana Silva
    Main Location - 4
    1:00 PM WS
    Busanan Ongbumrungpan -
    Beatriz Corrales
    Main Location - 1
    1:00 PM WS
    Marija Ulitina -
    Petya Nedelcheva
    Main Location - 2
    1:00 PM MS
    Zhengming Wang [6] -
    Michal Rogalski
    Main Location - 3
    1:00 PM MS
    Joe Wu -
    Erik Meijs
    Main Location - 4
    1:45 PM XD
    Aik Quan Tan
    Pei Jing Lai -
    Yun Lung Chan
    Ying Suet Tse
    Main Location - 1
    1:45 PM WS
    Sashina Vignes Waran -
    Lindaweni Fanetri
    Main Location - 2
    1:45 PM XD
    Hung Ling Chen
    Wen Hsing Cheng -
    Sam Magee
    Chloe Magee
    Main Location - 3
    1:45 PM MS
    Petr Koukal -
    Vladimir Ivanov
    Main Location - 4
    2:30 PM WS
    Li Michelle -
    Fontaine Mica Chapman
    Main Location - 1
    2:30 PM XD
    Oliver Leydon-Davis
    Susannah Leydon-Davis -
    Vitalij Durkin
    Nina Vislova
    Main Location - 2
    2:30 PM WS
    Thi Trang (B) Vu -
    Lohaynny Vicente
    Main Location - 3
    2:30 PM WS
    Michelle Chan Ky -
    Jing Yi Tee
    Main Location - 4
    3:15 PM XD
    Mads Pieler Kolding
    Kamilla Rytter Juhl -
    Raymond Tam
    Gronya Somerville
    Main Location - 1
    3:15 PM WS
    Sarah Walker -
    Sannatasah Saniru
    Main Location - 2
    3:15 PM XD
    Jacco Arends
    Selena Piek -
    Robert Mateusiak
    Agnieszka Wojtkowska
    Main Location - 3
    3:15 PM WS
    Linda Zetchiri -
    Olga Golovanova
    Main Location - 4
    4:00 PM MS
    Howard Shu -
    Tien Minh Nguyen
    Main Location - 1
    4:00 PM XD
    Phillip Chew
    Jamie Subandhi -
    Anatoliy Yartsev
    Evgeniya Kosetskaya
    Main Location - 2
    4:00 PM MD
    Jui Wei Liang
    Kuan Hao Liao -
    Peter Kaesbauer
    Josche Zurwonne
    Main Location - 3
    4:00 PM WD
    Anna Rankin
    Madeleine Stapleton -
    Irina Khlebko
    Ksenia Polikarpova
    Main Location - 4
    4:45 PM MS
    Jan O Jorgensen [3] -
    Maxime Moreels
    Main Location - 1
    4:45 PM MD
    Jun Kang
    Cheng Liu -
    Takeshi Kamura
    Keigo Sonoda
    Main Location - 2
    4:45 PM XD
    Daniel Paiola
    Paula B Pereira -
    Roman Zirnwald
    Elisabeth Baldauf
    Main Location - 3
    4:45 PM WD
    Johanna Goliszewski
    Birgit Michels -
    Natalya Voytsekh
    Yelyzaveta Zharka
    Main Location - 4
    5:30 PM XD
    Praveen Jordan
    Debby Susanto -
    Hirokatsu Hashimoto
    Miyuki Maeda
    Main Location - 1
    5:30 PM WD
    Mingtian Fu
    Yu Yan Vanessa Neo -
    Anggia Shitta Awanda
    Della Destiara Haris
    Main Location - 2
    5:30 PM MS
    Boonsak Ponsana [12] -
    Scott Evans
    Main Location - 3
    5:30 PM MS
    Sho Sasaki [15] -
    Osleni Guerrero
    Main Location - 4
    6:15 PM MS
    Chong Wei Lee [1] -
    Dong Keun Lee
    Main Location - 1
    6:15 PM MS
    Eetu Heino -
    Giovanni Greco
    Main Location - 2
    6:15 PM MD
    Lukasz Moren
    Wojciech Szkudlarczyk -
    Matijs Dierickx
    Freek Golinski
    Main Location - 3
    6:15 PM WD
    Eva Lee
    Paula Lynn Obanana -
    Samantha Barning
    Iris Tabeling
    Main Location - 4
    7:00 PM WD
    Heather Olver
    Kate Robertshaw -
    Jwala Gutta
    Ashwini Ponnappa
    Main Location - 1
    7:00 PM XD
    Arun Vishnu
    Aparna Balan -
    Hugo Arthuso
    Fabiana Silva
    Main Location - 2
    7:00 PM MD
    Hung Ling Chen
    Chia Pin Lu -
    Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
    Kim Astrup Sorensen
    Main Location - 3
    7:00 PM MS
    Valeriy Atrashchenkov -
    Dinuka Karunaratna
    Main Location - 4
    7:45 PM MD
    Yun Lung Chan
    Chun Hei Lee -
    Pranaav Jerry Chopra
    Akshay Dewalkar
    Main Location - 1
    7:45 PM MS
    Simon Santoso [8] -
    Pablo Abian
    Main Location - 2
    7:45 PM MS
    Viktor Axelsen [14] -
    Henri Hurskainen
    Main Location - 3
    7:45 PM WS
    Grace Gabriel -
    Line Kjaersfeldt
    Main Location - 4
    8:30 PM MS
    Kashyap Parupalli -
    Dieter Domke
    Main Location - 1
    8:30 PM WS
    Sabrina Jaquet -
    Bellaetrix Manuputty
    Main Location - 2
    8:30 PM MD
    Robin Middleton
    Ross Smith -
    Li Kevin
    Nyl Yakura
    Main Location - 3
    8:30 PM WD
    Suci Rizky Andini
    Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah -
    Imogen Bankier
    Petya Nedelcheva
    Main Location - 4
    9:15 PM MD
    Mads Conrad-Petersen
    Mads Pieler Kolding -
    Vladimir Ivanov
    Ivan Sozonov
    Main Location - 1
    9:15 PM WD
    Wen Hsing Cheng
    Pei Chen Hsieh -
    Gabriela Stoeva
    Stefani Stoeva
    Main Location - 2
    9:15 PM WS
    Jiayuan Chen -
    Anna Thea Madsen
    Main Location - 3

    Some prity tough matches in the first day itself!!! Whom according to you fly out easily and who battle passes his/her/their opponent(s) narrowly
     
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    Ahsan/Setiawan and Simon Santoso withdrew from Worlds. Ahsan suffered lower back pain, while Simon has to be hospitalized because of dengue fever.
     
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    It is a total nightmare for Indonesia's team. And of course it is very very sad news for people who are going to watch the worlds..
     
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    I'm very disappointed that Santoso has withdrawn. I really felt that he was one of the favorites, and probably the only person who could challenge LCW for the title.

    Without Santoso, without Tago, without Lin Dan, this will be a very disappointing WC.

    I feel like it adds even more shame to the BWF for not allowing the best player to compete. Now even the other top favorites are out. Don't take your players for granted. A tournament is nothing without the best and most talented players.

    Empty win for LCW, without any real challengers.
     
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    Indeed, triple blows for INA camp, two defending champions plus Simon Santoso will not make their trip to Copenhagen, what a really bad news...:(

    BWF News regarding to Ahsan/Setiawan and Simon pulled out from WC => http://www.bwfbadminton.org/news_item.aspx?id=87091

    Agree, too many withdrawals here...WC stage should be the contest of all best players.
     
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    I would ask for a refund if I had bought a ticket :(
     
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    For Ashan/Setiawan, I am sooy for them but they never give a good show. Which is not the case with the spectacular and entertaining Tontowi and Liliana
     

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