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Badminton Asia Championships 2016, qualification (26 April)

Discussion in 'Continental Championships 2016' started by pcll99, Apr 25, 2016.

  1. pcll99

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    The order of play for the preliminary round is out:

    https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=79570B8E-D2AA-401B-96B5-D873594B6690

    I created a poll under the Entries and Draw thread. "How many gold medals will China win?" Please vote there.

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...a-championships-2016-entries-and-draw.162093/

    Schedule of the entire event according to Prospectus:

    http://badmintonasia.org/upload/Don...-Championships-2016-Tournament-Prospectus.pdf

    26st April (Tuesday) 1000hrs Preliminaries
    27nd April (Wednesday) 1000hrs Preliminaries
    28rd April (Thursday) 1000hrs Preliminaries
    29th April (Friday) 1600hrs Quarter Finals
    30th April (Saturday) 1400hrs Semi Finals
    1 st May (Sunday) 1400hrs Finals

    Note: There is no round-robin for WD and XD.
     
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    2015 ASIAN CHAMPIONS => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...4CC75F-B49A-4425-9D95-7A43E840DD07&d=20150426

    MS - Lin Dan (CHN)
    WS - Ratchanok Intanon (THA)
    MD - Lee Yong Dae/Yoo Yeon Seong (KOR)
    WD - Ma Jin/Tang Yuanting (CHN)
    XD - Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir (INA)


    The crucial event to determine who will be qualified for Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro upcoming August. All Asia’s best come to Wuhan to exhibit badminton showcase and crowned as Asian Champion on Sunday’s final. This tournament resembles to mini world championships as most of prominent badminton shuttlers are coming from Asia continent. The format of BAC 2016 is slightly different with previous editions where the qualification round for MS, WS and WD will using round-robin system (group-stage) then the winner of each group will enter main draw.

    Day-1 tournament will stage qualification and mixed doubles first round (03.30pm local time), top-two seeds Zhang/Zhao and Ahmad/Natsir get byes and automatically advance to last sixteen.

    Home best pair, Zhang N/Zhao YL will see tough foe in last eight, high probability will be recent All England champion Jordan/Susanto. Ko SH/Kim HN have relatively comfortable draw as they should march on until semifinal when the Korean top ranked will be tested by Lu K/Huang YQ. Tough path for defending champion Ahmad/Natsir, they will meet one of their familiar rival, Xu C/Ma J in second round then possibly Hong Kong darkhorse Lee CH/Chau HW. Third seed Liu C/Bao YX who display uninspiring performance since end of last year will find some complicated tests in their road to semifinal.
    R/32 highlights : Shin BC/Chae YJ (KOR) v Chan PS/Goh LY (MAS), Sonoda/Fukuman (JPN) v Issara/Amitrapai (THA), Liao MC/Chen HH (TPE) v Choi SG/Eom HW (KOR)
     
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    Hoping that LD vs. LCW will last till the semi.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I747 using Tapatalk
     
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    I'm happy because of there are only 2 withdrawn players so far:

    MS
    • Kento Momota [4/JPN]
    • Parupalli Kashyap [IND]

    None of WS, MS, MD or XD players
     
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    no streaming..booo
     
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    The live score system at Court 2 must be buggy .....

    First, it showed the score as 1-1 between Goh Jin Wei and Chen Jiayuan after 4 minutes of play.

    Then it suddenly showed Chen winning 21-10 in 5 minutes.

    Then it showed Goh leading 14-4 in the 2nd game up to 14 minutes of play.

    Finally, it's all over and the result shows it was Goh who won 21-10, 21-6. 22 minutes.

    This didn't happen in the other 3 courts.
     
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    CJY is back on court now.
     
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    Fitriani has secured main draw ticket, she will take on Saina Nehwal tomorrow also the reigning world junior champion Goh Jin Wei is expected to meet Akane Yamaguchi at R/32, an intriguing tie between these two blossoming talents.
     
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    For some reason, I think this qualification schedule a little bit messy.

    It gives player a little time for resting between their first and second play.

    For instant, CJY ended with retired losing in her second play.
    1st play 10.00 around 22 minutes
    2nd play 11.20 retired after playing 17 minutes

    That mean CJY only resting for 1 hour between 1st and 2nd play.

    Cheung Ying Mei and Goh Jin Wei have better resting time, but still a lack of resting i my opinion.

    Why the schedule should be compressed a half for qualification and a half for XD main draw?

    I think its better to fill the XD main draw in the middle of two qualification match, so the player have better resting time.
     
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    That makes me wondering too:confused: The XD main draw should be played tomorrow as the stadium is spacious, same venue of 2012 TUC Finals.
     
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    Nice 2 see players from Nepal and srilanka showing up. Even after the earthquake disaster, they are showing the world that nothing can stop them from playing their loving sport . Fantastic.
     
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    Qualification Rounds Resume:

    MS Qualifiers:
    • Group A #1 : Khosit Phetpradab [THA]
    • Group B #1 : Bahaedeen Ahmad Alshannik [JOR]
    • Group C #1 : Loh Kean Yew [SIN]
    • Group D #1 : Artur Niyazov [KAZ]

    WS Qualifiers:
    • Group A #1 : Fitriani [INA]
    • Group B #1 : Goh Jin Wei [MAS]
    • Group C #1 : Ho Yen Mei [MAS]
    • Group D #1 : Nguyen Thuy Linh [VIE]

    MD Qualifiers:
    • Group A #1 : Bao Minh/Duong Bao Duc [VIE]
    • Group B #1 : Amrullo Bakhshullaev/Artyom Savatyugin [UZB]
    • Group C #1 : Bahaedeen Ahmad Alshannik/Mohd Naser Mansour Nayef [JOR]
    • Group D #1 : Danny Bawa Chrisnanta/Hendra Wijaya [SIN]
     
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    oh .. and livestreaming started...
     
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    Qualifiers:

    WS
    Nguyen Thuy Linh
    Fitriani
    Goh Jin Wei
    Ho Yen Mei

    MS
    Loh Kean Yew
    Khosit Phetpradab
    Bahaeddin Ahmad Alshannik
    Artur Niyazov

    MD
    Alshannik/Nayef
    Bao Minh/Bao Duc Doung
    Bakshullaev/Savatyugin
    Chrisnanta/Wijaya
     
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    interesting ties on XD

    TKM/LPJ vs Kento/kurihara
    Danny/Vannessa vs Kim/Sheung
    Terry/weihan vs Lee/chau
    CPS/GLY vs Shin/Chae
     
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    Hi @kwun, I noticed the up and down arrows that pop up at the bottom right of the screen for quick scrolling, and they are useful. But clicking the down arrow brings you way past the last post of the page which means you still have to scroll back up a bit. Is it better to stop at the last post of the page and,perhaps, still include as much of the bottom part as possible, depending on the length of the last post ? Just a suggestion.
     
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    This is the 5th tournament in a row for Lin Dan in as many weeks. I'm not sure if he is prepared to play Lee CW in the semifinals, assuming they meet, when he thinks he's physically stretched by then. We'll see.
     
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