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2015 Yonex Suffolk CCC US Open GP Gold : Qualification - FINAL (16th-21st June 2015)

Discussion in 'Yonex US Open / Yonex Canada Open 2015' started by CLELY, Jun 15, 2015.

  1. CLELY

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    Venue
    : Suffolk County Community College HSE Center, Brentwood-NY http://www.usopengpg.com/#!about2/c3zl

    Total prize-money : US$120,000

    Tournament website : http://www.usopengpg.com/

    Tournament time-table : http://www.usopengpg.com/#!about2/cpk7

    Tournamentsoftware link : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=8F235FEF-DA5B-462F-B40B-7F61082DA3E9

    Suffolk County, NY time : http://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wtzresult.php?CiID=33337&forma=Find Time

    2014 WINNERS => http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/s...418B46-2F19-4BC6-92F6-27ED919DDC7D&d=20140713

    MS : Nguyen Tien Minh (VIE)
    WS : Zhang Beiwen (USA)
    MD : Maneepong Jongjit/Nipitphon Puangpuapech (THA)
    WD : Shendy Puspa Irawati/Vita Marissa (INA)
    XD : Muhammad Rijal/Vita Marissa (INA)


    For second time US Open GP Gold takes place in Brentwood-New York, the tournament will kick off on Tuesday, starting from qualifying round and MS R/64.

    The main attraction of this GP Gold will be glued to none but former world #1 Lee Chong Wei who taking part in back to back US Open and Canada Open at following week. Some notable names like top-seed Chou TC, Sasaki, Dubai SS Final runner-up Vittinghus, Ueda, Xue Song will be string of tests for Malaysian superstar to bag MS crown here.

    In WS, Canadian well-improved player Michelle Li and defending champion Zhang Beiwen will challenge Japanese powerful ladies, Okuhara, Yamaguchi, Mitani, Takahashi and new sensation Yui Hashimoto who had incredible run at INA Premier couple of weeks ago.

    Japan two MD combinations Hashimoto/Hirata and Kamura/Sonoda along with Danish Astrup/Rasmussen will be the frontrunners however some pairs who potentially reject those faves, Kazuno/Yamada, Fuchs/Schoettler and Chinese former world junior champion Li JH/Liu YC.

    Without the world #1 Matsutomo/Takahashi attendance, Japan WD will rely on Kakiiwa/Maeda and Matsuo/Naito, their major threat should be China new partnership Yu Yang/Zhong Qianxin and Netherland pair Muskens/Piek.

    Top two seeds, Fuchs/Michels and AUS SS winner Reginald Lee CH/Chau HW have bright prospect to grab XD title, the darkhorses who may derail their mission will coming from HKG pair Alan CYL/Tse YS and NED Arends/Piek.

    From withdrawal list, Axelsen, Zweibler, Rumbaka, Maria Febe, Endo/Hayakawa, Koo KK/Tan BH, Adistia/Marissa, etc. pulled out of this tournament.

    QUALIFICATION ROUND (09.00am local time, 4 courts) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=8F235FEF-DA5B-462F-B40B-7F61082DA3E9

    MS round of 64 will be started on the evening (05.00pm local time), Lee CW will begin his journey against Japanese Kazumasa Sakai.
     
  2. CLELY

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    China youngster, former Asian Junior Champion Huang Yuxiang stunned 4th seed Japanese veteran Sho Sasaki, 21-16 / 21-13. A marathon match between Zulfadli Zulkiffli against 3rd seed Hans Kristian Vittinghus, 2011 WJC Malaysian player lost narrowly with 21-19 / 14-21 / 23-25.
     
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    easy win for LCW as usual...
     
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    I have a feeling that LCW will lose in any of the 3 tournaments (US Open, Canada , Chinese Taipei open) to one of the potential players .

    That may take place even in this tournament. Just my opinion. Don't mistake me.
     
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    TPE GP Gold is absolutely tougher competition than US and Canada Open based on the entry list.
     
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    ROUND OF 32 (09.00am local time, 4 courts) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=8F235FEF-DA5B-462F-B40B-7F61082DA3E9

    Shaky performance by the top-seed Chou TC who eliminated Finland MS in rubber games, he will take on Swede Henri Hurskainen next. Clear favourite Lee CW is expected will overcome Rasmus Fladberg, son of famous Danish WS Kirsten Larsen.

    Japanese WS top contender, Okuhara has no problem to pass first hurdle while Yamaguchi will take on Turkish talent Neslihan Yigit. Aya Ohori v Li Yun should be interesting tie to follow beside Mitani v Schnaase.
     
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    4 Indian MS in Round 2. Praneeth, Gurusaidutt, Anand and Ajay Jayaram
    Rest of team India begins today. :)
     
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    Chou lost a game when he was playing against the wind.
     
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    Actually, i have never heard that finland player before. But his performance was very good. Since you are from finland , i am asking you.
     
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    Takuro HOKI Japan
    Yugo KOBAYASHI Japan
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    Denmark Kim ASTRUP [3]
    Denmark Anders SKAARUP RASMUSSEN
    21-16 21-19

    A for me totally unknown JPN MD beat the highly ranked Denmark MD
    Both JPN players are born in 1995
     
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    The last MS match yesterday involved another Chinese youngster. He showed some promise, by battling back from 1 game down and 20-18 down in the 3rd game, to win the match. I am terribly disappointed at the sparse turn out last night. If this event was held in SoCal, I am sure the gym will be packed every minute.
     
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    Well done R.m.v Gurusaidutt!!!!!!!!!!go and win this tourney
     
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    stream of court 1 is gone?
     
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    What was the original link? Court 2 is on livestream.com
     
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    Zhu Siyuan, similar case with Shi Yuqi at the brink of defeat but this 2014 Youth Olympic Gold medalist couldn't sealed the match as he lost narrowly to Angus Ng Ka Long, 22-24 at decider.

    Well, disappointed outcome by 7th seed Xue Song who succumbed to JPN Kenta Nishimoto, 16-21 / 15-21. Another upset, MD 3rd seed Astrup/Rasmussen was sent packing by Japanese young pair Hoki/Kobayashi.
     
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    Zhu siyuan did not play Angus Ng ka Long. Actually he played a Denmark player Flemming quach and won it.
     
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    I meant Shi Yuqi not Zhu Siyuan.
     
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    ROUND OF 16 (02.00pm local time, 4 courts) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...235FEF-DA5B-462F-B40B-7F61082DA3E9&d=20150618

    Few upsets happened at first round as top contenders through to last sixteen. The notable defeat should be Xue Song (seeded #7), Michelle Li (#5) and Astrup/Rasmussen (#3) while WD top-seed Kakiiwa/Maeda conceded retired.

    Highly favourite Lee CW sails convincingly, next he will up against Chinese youngster Guo Kai. Three intriguing ties at top-half of draw, Chou TC v Jayaram, Gurusaidutt v Ueda and Vittinghus v Vincent Wong WK. Japan has guaranteed 1 quarter ticket through Nishimoto v Takeshita.

    Eight Japanese WS at R/16 and three last eight spots have been secured, defending champion will face tough test from this stage, Sayaka Sato. China lone survivor, the left-handed Shen Yaying has Spaniard opponent, Beatriz Corrales.

    Highlight matches in doubles department :
    - Careme/Labar (FRA) v Li JH/Liu YC (CHN)
    - Kazuno/Yamada (JPN) v Lin CY/Wu HL (TPE)
    - Lee/Obanana (USA) v Kurihara/Shinoya (JPN)
    - Herttrich/Michels (GER) v Muskens/Piek (NED)
    - Alan Chan YL/Tse YS (HKG) v Huang KX/Huang DP (CHN)
    - Kazuno/Kurihara (JPN) v Arends/Piek (NED)
     

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