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2016 Yonex-Sunrise INDIA Open Superseries : Round of 16 (31st March)

Discussion in 'New Zealand Open / India Open 2016' started by CLELY, Mar 30, 2016.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    Venue
    : Siri Fort Indoor Stadium, New Delhi-IND

    Total prize-money : US$300,000

    IND time : http://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wtzresult.php?CiID=14799&forma=Find Time

    Live Streaming : http://videostream.dn.ua/videopage/videoPage.php?g=c2J2b2JoK2F0Y3ZsbmhZ&c=en&i=eWlhaXVidGd1bA№f№f

    BWF page : http://bwfworldsuperseries.com/tournaments/2337/yonex-sunrise-india-open

    R/16 Order of Play (01.00pm local time, 4 court) => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...BE4A8A-DD7C-4C88-A745-42D3D22ADEE8&d=20160331

    Two high-calibre MS, Lee Chong Wei and Lin Dan had good start to eliminate their opening round rival. It's different case for another six remaining seeded players, they needed extra game to progress into last sixteen. Axelsen, Momota, Chou TC dropped first game before bounced back to clinch second round ticket. Tian HW got scary escape to edge past defending champion Srikanth, it's sad day for host India as none of their MS player advance into second round. R/16 intriguing ties will see Jan O Jorgensen v the in-form Chinese youngster Xue Song, Lee CW should take revenge over his DEN Premier losing against Wei Nan, Chou TC v recent AE semifinalist Hans Kristian Vittinghus and Tommy Sugiarto v Thailand number two Tanongsak.

    A couple of close games at upper half of draw will pit Bae Yeon Jun v Yui Hashimoto and 8th seed Tai Tzu Ying v Akane Yamaguchi, the Japanese wonder teen battled hard to down well-improved US player Iris Wang yesterday, similar fashion to her older compatriot Hashimoto who experienced thrilling match against Lindaweni Fanetri. Straight-forward winning for all seeded players at bottom half, two Chinese ladies Wang Shixian will up against Sayaka Sato while Li Xuerui once again has former champion Porntip Buranaprasertsuk after recent All England second round meeting. Home favourite Saina Nehwal and Korean hopeful Sung Ji Hyun are favoured to check in last eight.

    Another stern test awaits top-seed Chai B/Hong W, the Chinese played marathon match to knock out Astrup/Rasmussen yesterday and Indonesian back-up Gideon/Sukamuljo are their next hurdle. The notable encounters at this stage will see Kamura/Sonoda v Pratama/Suwardi, Chopra/Dewalkar v Kim GJ/Ki SR, last year beaten finalist Conrad/Kolding v Issara/Puangpuapech. Malaysian top-ranked Go VS/Tan WK who created first round minor upset to beat Li JH/Liu YC will take on second Chinese test Wang YL/Zhang W.

    WD number one seed, Maheswari/Polii only spent 15 minutes on court to clear first hurdle and expected to pass second round as well. Their real test will begin on quarterfinal as one of Chinese combination will wait them, either Tang YT/Yu Y or Huang YQ/Tang JH. Netherlands pair Muskens/Piek v Korean #3 Go AR/Yoo HW should be interesting tie to follow. Two-time world junior champion Chen QC/Jia YF show their true talent, the Chinese young duo stunned 7th seed Chang YN/Lee SH yesterday and will take on Thai combo Kititharakul/Prajongjai next. Korean leading pair Jung KE/Shin SC get dangerous Japanese rival, last year WC bronze medalist Fukuman/Yonao, second seed Pedersen/Rytter Juhl will face INA second stringers, Awanda/Istirani for a place in last eight.

    A big upset was delivered by current SUI Open champion Wang YL/Chen QC who disposed Dubai SS Finals champion Adcock/Adcock and will meet home pair Chopra/Reddy today. In the absence of some elite pairs, 2014 champion Fischer/Pedersen and Ko SH/Kim HN will be strong contender to top podium here, both of them will find Japanese underdogs, Sonoda/Fukuman and Kazuno/Kurihara respectively.
     
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    Today's MS matches are extremely interesting. They are all without exception worth attention
     
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    Yeah..absolutely!
    Good list of player fighting each other..
     
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    another MAS independent MD Hoon/Teo gonna face former world champion Ko/Shin later...
     
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    MAS MD Goh/Tan is getting better and better, they won over Wang/Zhang of CHN in convincing two straight sets.
     
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    well, Hoon/Tan unable to continue their miracle run as lost to Ko/Shin in straight games, first game is competitive, but in second game they just ran out of gas...
     
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    Wow, both seeded 6 of XD and MS were sent home by unseeded but former top 10 players. And in two sets as well. HKV against CTC 21-12, 21-12. Widianto/Dili over Lee/Chau 21-19, 21-15. Good result not very surprised though.
     
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    Lol how can Chou lose 12:21 and 12:21?? What a joke, I mean HKV seems back on track, but I don't think the scoreline should be this clear...

    Suprising result of Lee/Chau, second upset today!
     
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    Equally surprised. I thougt it will be a tight game. And the Indonesians breeze through.

    Md: I thought the Indians will win.. Last 2 points gone the other way!! My prediction power needs recharge or something.
     
  10. CLELY

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    Vittinghus must be in good shape to tame Chou TC easily, no rubber games so far and finished under 45 minutes.
     
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    Busanan and Pusarla are about equal ...B in fact has a marginal edge....
     
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    Busanan and Pusarla are about equal ...B in fact has a marginal edge....
     
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    CTC is playing LOT of badminton lately! A significant factor, I thought he would loose yesterday itself
     
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    Tian HW had healthy lead at early stage of second game but the fighter Germany Marc Zwiebler catched up and sealed game 2 narrowly, 21-19.
     
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    Yeah, stamina issue here. Not only Chou TC is participating a lot of tourneys but Son WH as well.
     
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    PV took g2 21-19 thrilling! BO has never performed so well against PV! Can anybody watching the match comment on the way they are playing
     
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    The reverse case scenario in g3! MZ wasted a heavy early lead! Gr8 THW finally shows some fighting spirit
     
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    actually both have got skills aand shots and both playing their best today the one who will handle pressure will win.
     
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    20-20 now in the third game Zwiebler vs. THW
     
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    Chou pushing waay too hard. For the rankings maybe?
     

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