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2016 SCG THAILAND Open GP Gold : Qualification-Final (4th-9th October)

Discussion in 'Thailand Open / Russian Open / Chinese Taipei Mast' started by CLELY, Oct 3, 2016.

  1. hellohello

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    Congratulations Tanongsak player so well today and won over Kenta Nishimoto convincingly 21-19, 21-16. Wow.
     
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    Yes it was a good job done by Tanongsak today.
     
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    Meanwhile at court 1 Takuto Inoue / Yuki Kaneko have just won their match over the Indonesian MD. Congratulations to this Japanese MD for playing so well to win their MD match today.
     
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    This young Japanese MD are both really good MD players. They can really go all out smash and attack nonstop to win. Both have very good stamina too and could smash and attack nonstop with full force power. Way to go. I see lots of potential in this young and uprising Japanese MD.
     
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    Aya Ohori and Busanan O are likely to advance to the final tomorow....
     
  6. Justin L

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    Sapsiree only rested during the MD match in between her WD and now XD, can she take it ?
     
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    At the adjacent court, Lee Cheuk Yiu is giving Sony a hard time...
     
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    Sony survives a scare from Lee Cheuk Yiu to advance to the final, awaiting him is Tanongsak.
     
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    Goh Jin Wei continues to improve, closing the gap with Busanan...
     
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    Goh JW, short stature but very fast mover, remarkable defensive ability.
     
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    Busanan, a one-time child prodigy, has to work hard for her points against the current child prodigy, GJW.
     
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    If it turns into a war of attrition, Busanan will tire first.
     
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    Busanan showing grim determination, spurred on by the home crowd.
     
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    Busanan is showing commendable fighting spirit, keeps piling on the pressure.
     
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    The match is all but beyond salvation for Goh Jin Wei.
     
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    7 MP to Busanan
     
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    Done and dusted, Busanan to face Aya Ohori for the WS title tomorrow.
     
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    After Nichaon Jindapol's flop, Busanan salvaged Thai WS pride
     
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    FINALS (01.00pm) => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...93AA46-BBB2-48FD-BA7A-3B6E134A98BF&d=20161009

    Host Thailand and Japan have three representatives in tomorrow's final, followed by Indonesia with two slots and Hong Kong also Malaysia as well have one each.

    WD, Puttita Supajirakul/Sapsiree Taerattanachai (THA) v Mayu Matsumoto/Wakana Nagahara (JPN)
    H-2-H : 0-0 / WR : 15 v 50
    Realistically, it's best chance for home shuttler to pick title based on their highest seeding position. Supajirakaul/Taerttanchai must capitalise this big opportunity against Japan B team. The Thai pair also cruised into German Open last round early this year but couldn't stop Chinese combination Huang Yaqiong/Tang Jinhua. Second Grand Prix Gold final for Matsutomo/Nagahara after US Open last July, they're beaten finalist there lost to teammate Tanaka/Yonemoto.

    WS, Aya Ohori (JPN) v Busanan Ongbamrungphan (THA)
    H-2-H : 2-1 / WR : 35 v 16
    Coming from same generation, both players look on right track to raise their standard of play. Still fresh from memory, Busanan bagged INA Masters crown last month to beat Malaysian upcoming star Goh Jin Wei whom she defeated in semifinal here. Goh couldn't seal first game as more experienced Busanan took 22-20 then home favourite outmaneuvered Malaysian teenager in next game. Aya Ohori eliminated the inconsistent Nitchaon Jindapol in three games, this pretty young lady shoukd prove herself that she's one of Japan bright talent to accompany Nozomi Okuhara and Akane Yamaguchi as Japan leading WS.

    MD, Takuto Inoue/Yuki Kaneko (JPN) v Berry Angriawan/Rian Agung Saputro (INA)
    H-2-H : 0-0 / WR : 44 v 25
    Indonesian pair are favoured to nail the title against the lower-ranked opponent Inoue/Kaneko but they should pay attention to this unheralded Japanese duo who shocked top-seed Koo/Tan at very first round. Overall, a comfortable path for Angriawan/Saputro, all straight-sets winning to finale including semifinal tie, defeated Malaysian Lim KW/Ong JG. For upcoming Superseries, Angriawan/Saputro will be splitted and partnered with their senior Hendra Setiawan and Mohammad Ahsan to form two new experimenting pairs.

    XD, Tang Chun Man/Tse Ying Suet (HKG) v Tan Kian Meng/Lai Pei Jing (MAS)
    H-2-H : 0-0 / WR : 203 v 19
    Malaysian number two pair Tan/Lai were out as runner-up in three GP Gold Finals, MAS Masters, TPE Open and INA Masters, a bright prospect for them to break the jinx tomorrow after battled hard in semifinal. Their final hurdle is the surprising Hong Kong fresh partnerships Tang/Tse who disappointed home pair Jomkoh/Supajirakul. It's tough task to play in two categories simultaneously that needs superb fitness as another Thai combo also bit the dust in last four, Dechapol/Taerattanachai lost three games to Tai/Lai.

    MS, Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk (THA) v Sony Dwi Kuncoro (INA)
    H-2-H : 2-4 / WR : 26 v 32
    The explosive Tanongsak will face vast experienced Sony Dwi Kuncoro, 2004 Athens OG bronze medalist, 2007 World Championships silver medalist and impressed badminton fans in SIN Superseries six months ago. The left-handed home hopeful almost slipped to seal first game when he lead 20-11 then Kenta Nishimoto catched up to close the gap, fortunately Tanongsak clinch the set, 21-19 meanwhile Kuncoro had big trouble to eliminate HKG youngster Lee Cheuk Yiu in gruelling match. The 32 years old Indonesian has strong motivation to revive his badminton career after series of injury problem.
     
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    watch out for the HKG pair as they are coached by Malaysian badminton double legend Choong Tan Fook...
     

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