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Bitburger Open GP Gold 2015 : Qualifying-FINAL (27th October-1st November 2015)

Discussion in 'Yonex French Badminton Open / Bitburger Badminton ' started by CLELY, Oct 26, 2015.

  1. Fan123

    Fan123 Regular Member

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    I am backing the Russians. Ivanov plays every single event, even exhibitions and leagues in India. He trained for a week at PGBA too and played with Ponappa too. But expecting a close match, with edge to the Danes.
     
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    While watching the MD match live cannot help but notice this blur question asked by a Korean.

    배용진 where is lee yoo koreans???

    Никита Будкин In Belarus!

    배용진 belarus?


    And I really had a great laugh. :D
     
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    You may be right too.
     
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    So the first set of the match is won by Mads / Mads 21-18.
     
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    So a reminder to all the Koreans out there please do not associate all the MD final matches with Lee Yong Dae / Yoo Yeon Seong. For your information both Lee and Yoo did not participate in this German Bitburger Open. ;)
     
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    All over. Expected a closer match. :-(
     
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    Yes it is all over with Mads Conrad Peterson / Mads Pieler Kolding winning over Vladimir Ivanov / Ivan Sozonov 21-18 21-18.
     
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    Saw this comment online and really had a good laugh too.


    김용현 where is held this open?

    김용현 witch country??~

    Daniel Loo Germany

    김용현 ahh thank you

    김용현 ahh.. it s not super series

    Daniel Loo Grand Prix Gold

    jjenokk Nu rebiata, nu bliat.

    Daniel Loo Congratulations denmark

    elysionkm Poor Sozonov

    Daniel Loo Ivanov will beat Sozonov tonight
     
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    As I read through those messages posted online of course I had a good laugh. This is because there are some blur people who didn't know anything about this tournament. Then never mind, it seems that Ivanov was angry while the match is being played hence someone commented Ivanov will beat Sozonov tonight.
     
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    Gill Clark kept praising the MS from Hong Kong non stop even after the MD match is over. Well Gill Clark says that Hong Kong really break history this time because this is the first time we get to see 2 MS from Hong Kong in the Grand Prix Gold events final. To conclude Gill Clark is so amazed with Vincent and Angus performance.
     
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    Summary of today result.

    1. Hong Kong = 1 gold medal, 2 silver medals.

    2. China, Denmark, Poland, Japan = 1 gold medal each.

    3. Thailand, Russia, England = 1 silver medal each.

    And then once again congratulations to Hong Kong for their brilliant and outstanding performance in this tournament.
     
  12. CLELY

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    The first final was pretty lopsided particularly at first game then Chinese WD started to produce some errors and HKG pair propelled their attacking smash but at the end Tang/Yu is still too strong for Poon/Tse. Angus Ng Ka Long created breakthrough in his badminton career to nail GP Gold title with aggressive style, Vincent Wong WK looked little bit exhausted and couldn't too much to cope his younger compatriot to seal match.

    The Poland XD is back to winning way and not impossible will win title at next tournament, 39 years old Mateusiak is still sharp and good accuracy to outmaneuver top-seed Adcock/Adcock. The longest duration and most interesting final should be WS, Japan teen star Yamaguchi proved her capability to thwart Busanan despite she dropped first game. Last match, Conrad/Kolding topped podium once again in Germany against same rival when they won GER Open in Mulheim An Der Ruhr early this year.

    Next, BWF Grand Prix Gold series will continue to Jeonju-KOR ;)
     
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    Shouldn't it be LHI?
     
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    nope, mateusiak is much older, he was born 1976 lee hyun il 1980
     
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    nope, mateusiak is much older, he was born 1976 lee hyun il 1980
     
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    Ok. Amazing. He is 39 just 3 yrs younger than me as old as my brother and still in the circuit.
     
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    And looking to their performance in this tourney
    This victory is surely not the last one many more of these are yet to come...
     
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    Do they enter Korean Masters GPG too? Let's see if they can face KSH/KHN then we are talking.
     
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    Hmm taking on KSH/KHN is still a far cry.. Havecsome mercy they are just reunited
    And if their physical conditions give support in near future you may yourself witness that happening..
    But for now at this rate I was talking about the lower GPs and GPG
     

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