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2015 BCA INDONESIA Open SS Premier : Qualification & R/32 (2nd & 3rd June 2015)

Discussion in 'Australian Open / Indonesia Open 2015' started by CLELY, Jun 1, 2015.

  1. Fan123

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    Yui stopped being a junior on 31/12 2008..... She won a match against Saina a few years ago as well at the Indian Open
     
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    Nope, according to tournamentsoftware it will be played on ct4
     
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    Good day for us.... 5 wins in 7 matches..... especially 2/3 in doubles.
     
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    Rumbaka won the match against Xue song in straight games very convincingly 21-14,21-14
     
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    Anybody know where to watch recorded videos of matches of court 3 and 4.

    I think djarum Indonesia website has shown all the courts.

    @Clelly and [MENTION=28840]indrg[/MENTION] , can you give me the links to watch srikanth's match?
     
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    True. At Sudirman Cup, I couldn't have imagined if he could go down so easily.
     
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    wow. Ginting won today :)
     
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    go to djarum livestreaming website

    they stream all matches/all courts
     
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    just watch his next match
     
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    Wow amazing. Just checked the bwf website and found out that Japan really have many good MD players. Wow they have 4 players ranked top 25. Amazing. Another 2 players ranked top 50. Wow never expect Japan to have so many good MD players. Wow all I can say is with a good coach like Park Joo Bong, Japan badminton has really improved a lot. Congratulations.

    But what really surprises me yesterday was goh v shem / tan wee Kiong won against hirokatsu Hashimoto/ noriyasu Hirata 21-18, 21-13. To me that is really amazing. The Japanese MD are really the old, veteran experienced players playing together for so many years and ranked no 13 in the world. Goh v shem / tan wee Kiong on the other hand only played together in 10 tournaments together but last week their ranking is no 18. Wow I just cannot believe how they manage to improve in their world ranking so fast. With just 10 tournaments together ranking is already 18. Amazing. Then yesterday they surprised me by beating a highly ranked Japanese MD.

    Wow this 2 MD players surely have a good future playing together. Congratulations. Truthfully I never expect them to win yesterday as I know Japan have many good MD players. Wow they really defy all the odds and won yesterday. I learn that ranking is no longer important but the performance at the court is more important.
     
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    INA Open SSP 2015 is getting heated up more and more, there were so many upsets on Day-2 (03 June), of course the two biggest will be the losses of Aussie Open champion: Carolina Marin and Lin Dan, repeated his first round exit.

    - Carolina Marin
    - Lin Dan
    - Sun Yu (her 1st defeat vs BO, H2H is still 5-1 in her favour)
    - P.V. Sindhu
    - Viktor Axelsen
    - Sung Ji Hyun
    - Chou Tien Chen
    - Brice Leverdez
    - Reika Kakiiwa/Miyuki Maeda
    - Kim Gi Jung/Kim Sa Rang
    - Liu Xiaolong/Qiu Zihan
    - Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov
    - Takeshi Kamura/Keigo Sonoda
    - Johanna Goliszewski/Carla Nelte
    - Hirokatsu Hashimoto/Noriyasu Hirata
     
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    it will be more excited when Chen Long include in the list...
     
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    lin dan's lost is no big deal

    he plays for money

    not for cheapie ss thingie
     
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    In the absence of Carolina Marin, I will say that Saina Nehwal poses one of the biggest chance to bag the title now, in particular since the CHN WS aren't quite solid nowadays except WSX, and INA court is quite supportive to Saina, her second home :D

    let see how can she maximize her opportunity there!
     
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    Liu/Qiu continue to misperform
     
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    Competition is very tough nowadays, the gaps among players of top-20 or even top-30 are getting closer and closer, to stay on top from one tournament to the other one needs to be excellent in all aspects not jut one... and back to back winning is even more elusive today.

    I'll be surprised if LYD/YYS can grab the title in this INA Open.
     
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    Damn... why the draw is not favorable, 2 favorites have to face each other today:

    Gideon/Kevin vs. Hendra/Ahsan
     
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    Can the INA remaining youngsters left : Ginting and Jonatan prevail today vs. SK and LHI.

    Can't put much hope on Hayom as he is going to get slammed hard by JOJ. Marc Zwiebler has a lucky chance to face TS instead of LD.
     

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