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Bonny CHINA Masters GP Gold 2015 : Preliminary Round to FINAL (15th-19th April 2015)

Discussion in 'Singapore Open / China Masters / SKYCITY New Zeala' started by CLELY, Apr 14, 2015.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    Venue : Olympic Sports Center Xincheng Gymnasium, Changzhou, Jiangsu Province-CHN

    Total prize money : US$250,000

    Tournamentsoftware link : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=F954AC16-AB8D-41B7-B81E-E7A472832004

    CHN time : http://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wtzresult.php?CiID=16739&forma=Find Time

    2014 WINNERS => http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/s...412A4B-D8FA-47EA-B08C-5FD6C454AB60&d=20140420

    MS - Lin Dan (CHN)
    WS - Liu Xin (CHN)
    MD - Kang Jun/Liu Cheng (CHN)
    WD - Luo Ying/Luo Yu (CHN)
    XD - Lu Kai/Huang Yaqiong (CHN)


    The most lucrative GP Gold tournament, part of 13 BWF GP Gold series in this year, too bad it couldn't draw many shuttlers to take part in Changzhou. From the entry list, it will featuring many second stringers and upcoming players in all five categories.

    China back up trio, Wang Zhengming, Tian Houwei, Xue Song are the faves to shine here in the absence of their high profile seniors, Lin Dan and Chen Long. Other potential names that may deliver stiff resistance, Incheon AG bronze medalist Wei Nan and Qiao Bin who won China Int. Challenge early this year.

    Top-seed Michelle Li has withdrawn, we'll see some exposure of home young hopefuls such as He Bingjiao, Chen Yufei, Hui Xirui and last year runner-up Shen Yaying. China is little bit struggling to seek new WS talent as their competitors start to roar at top tier tournament. The left-handed He Bingjiao is predicted to be next China promising star.

    Home best pair Liu Xiaolong/Qiu Zihan will have major challenge from two INA combos, the newly crowned SIN SS winner Angga Pratama/Ricky Karanda Suwardi and Gideon/Sukamuljo. Other pairs who add the competitiveness here will coming from MAS, JPN, TPE pairs beside defending champion Kang J/Liu C, former World Junior Champion Li JH/Liu CH and second seed Chrisnanta/Triyachart.

    All England winner Bao Yixin/Tang Yuanting will lead Chinese WD squad, as usual it will be an uphill task for others to topple their domination in this discipline including tournament first seed, the pretty Malaysian duo Vivian Hoo/Woon Khe Wei.

    Liu Cheng/Bao Yixin who performed superbly since Dubai Finals last December is expected to top podium on Sunday's final. The notable participants here are China future XD Bitburger Open champion Zheng SW/Chen QC, Macau Open winner Subaktiar/Widjaja, SIN #1 Chrisnanta/Neo and former world #3 Chang PS/Goh LY.

    No qualification round in this GP Gold due to lack of participants, the tournament will kick off tomorrow (09.00am, 4 courts) => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...54AC16-AB8D-41B7-B81E-E7A472832004&d=20150415

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  2. opruh

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    Michelle Li has withdrawn? :( I expected her to have a chance of winning here.
    Good to see that He Bingjiao is here, I'm curious about how she will perform.
     
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    Don't forget the magical Court 2 streaming. It should be on again for the Wednesday matches.

    Peng Soon Chan/Liu Ying Goh will be in one of the matches. Their opponents are Junhui Li / Zhong Qianxin who are individually very strong players, but not clear how they play together.
     
  4. Justin L

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    Disappointed that Michele Li withdrawn last-minute. I was looking forward to a possible He Binjiao - Michele Li clash in the final. Though HBJ won their previous encounter at the Bitburger Open last November, I wish to see how much the youngster has improved this time. No luck.
     
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    The match has already started today. Well of course I am expecting to see some big upsets created here too. Well it is so unfortunate to see that Michelle li had withdrawn from this tournament.
     
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    Former champion Wang ZM clears first hurdle and looks unstoppable to cruise into semifinal, who scripted to meet 3rd seed Wei Nan.
     
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    results from round 1 thus far for those who might have miss the matches

    9:00 AM MS
    1. Huang Yuxiang China win Hong Kong Chan Yan Kit 21-10 21-10

    9:00 AM XD
    2. Aik Quan Tan / Pei Jing Lai Malaysia win Chinese Taipei Tseng Min Hao / Lai Chia Wen 21-15 21-10

    9:00 AM XD
    3. Yong Kai Terry Hee / Wei Han Tan Singapore win Chinese Taipei Lu Chia Pin / Chien Hui Yu 21-16 21-19
    9:00 AM XD
    4. Wang Yilv / Tang Yuanting China win Chinese Taipei Liang Jui Wei / Chia Hsin Lee 21-8 21-15

    9:35 AM XD
    5. Ko-Chi Chang Chinese / Hsin Tien Chang Chinese Taipei win China Yu Xiaoyu / Zhu Mai Ci 21-18 21-11

    9:35 AM WS
    6. Fan Mengyan China win Czech Republic Zuzana Pavelkova 21-12 21-11

    9:35 AM XD
    7. Liao Min Chun Chinese / Chen Hsiao Huan Chinese Taipei win Thailand Kantawat Leelavechabutr / Panjarat Pransopon 21-16 21-10

    9:35 AM XD
    8. Huang Kaixiang / Huang Dongping China win Chinese Taipei Chi-Lin Wang / Cheng Chi Ya 21-14 21-9

    10:10 AM XD
    9. Chee Tean Tan / Shevon Jemie Lai Malaysia win Chinese Taipei Lu Ching Yao / Cheng Wen Hsing 22-20 23-21

    10:10 AM MS
    10. Lin Yu Hsien Chinese Taipei win Thailand Mek Narongrit 21-8 21-19

    10:10 AM XD
    11. Zheng Si Wei / Chen Qingchen China win Malaysia Wong Fai Yin / Mei Kuan Chow 21-8 21-13
    10:10 AM XD
    12. Chayut Triyachart / Shinta Mulia Sari Singapore win Chinese Taipei Huang Po Jui / Shuai Pei Ling 21-18 21-15

    10:45 AM XD
    13. He Jiting / Du Yue China win Chinese Taipei Lin Chia Yu / Wu Ti Jung
    21-16 21-16

    10:45 AM MD
    14. Hiroyuki Saeki / Ryota Taohata Japan win Malaysia Hee Chun Mak / Kok Siang Teo 21-17 15-21 22-20

    10:45 AM WS
    15. Chen Yu Fei China win Chinese Taipei Chiang Mei Hui 21-16 21-15

    10:45 AM XD
    16. Peng Soon Chan / Liu Ying Goh Malaysia win China Junhui Li/ Zhong Qianxin 21-13 21-14

    11:20 AM MS
    17. Wang Zhengming [1] China win China Qiao Bin 21-17, 21-13

    11:20 AM XD
    18. Kah Ming Chooi / Meng Yean Lee Malaysia win Chinese Taipei Hsiao-Lin Wu / Hsieh Pei Chen 21-19 21-19

    11:20 AM MS
    19. Muhammad Hafiz Hashim Malaysia win Chinese Taipei Cheng Po Wei 21-14 21-11

    11:20 AM WS
    20. Chen Xiaoxin China win Australia Melinda Sun 21-8 21-6
     
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    For your information, Chan Peng Soon / Goh Liu Ying already won the match 21-13, 21-14. Well, for me I am still wondering how Chan / Goh win this match because as far as I know Goh is still wearing her knee band whenever she plays in tournaments. Anyway congratulations to the winners. :)
     
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    No idea. Why there are limited number of participants from other countries. !!! It seems to me that for a GPG level tournament, especially WS has less depth. 98th ranked player is seeded 4. And For WD, almost every entry got direct ticket to round 2.
    I don't understand. Any top 10 player would get the title easily. But why they didn't participate ?:confused:
     
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    results from round 1 thus far for those who might have miss the matches

    11:55 AM WS
    21. Zhang Yiman China win Slovakia Jana Ciznarova 21-6 21-4

    11:55 AM MS
    22. Alistair Casey Scotland win Canada Timothy Chiu 21-18 21-16

    11:55 AM MS
    23. Zhao Jun Peng China win Russia Vladimir Malkov 21-18 21-7

    11:55 AM MS
    24. Tian Houwei China win China Zhou Zeqi 21-11 21-16

    12:30 PM MS
    25. Xue Song China win Thailand Khosit Phetpradab 21-16 21-17

    12:30 PM MS
    26. Wei Nan Hong Kong win Thailand Kantaphon Wangcharoen 17-21 21-14 21-12

    12:30 PM WS
    27. Supanida Katethong Thailandwin Chinese Taipei Chien Hui Yu 11-21 21-15 21-17

    12:30 PM MS
    28. Zi Liang Derek Wong Singapore win China Zhu Siyuan 12-21 21-19 22-20

    1:05 PM WS
    29. Yaying Shen China win Austria Simone Prutsch 21-7 21-10

    1:05 PM MS
    30. Liao Junwei China win Thailand Adulrach Namkul 21-18 21-16

    1:05 PM MD
    31. Lin Chia Yu / Hsiao-Lin Wu Chinese Taipei win Indonesia Gideon Markus Fernaldi / Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo 21-17 14-21 21-17

    1:05 PM WS
    32. Li Yun China win Chinese Taipei Chia Hsin Lee 21-12 18-21 21-15
     
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    There is a high possibility that an ranked foreign player beaten by an no name Chinese player. It is understandable that nobody want to jump into a pond full of crocodiles.
     
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    Managed to catch the Guo Kai - Sony Kuncoro match until livestream suddenly stops. Guo Kai is playing well, and he should as he's been sparring with Lin Dan lately, the lucky chap.

    Earlier, Wang ZM was impressive in the way he dealt with Qiao Bin.
     
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    I guess a big upset has been created today when Lin Chia Yu / Hsiao-Lin Wu Chinese Taipei win Indonesia Gideon Markus Fernaldi / Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo 21-17 14-21 21-17. Well based on the good performance from the Indonesian MD recently, I was expecting the Indonesian MD to win this match but then the result is different. I am so surprised myself when the Indonesian MD lose the match.
     
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    That's make sense, lesser known China youngsters could beat an average quality of foreign players.

    Yup, it's pretty surprise outcome as Markus/Kevin usually could trouble elite MD, they need more time to be compact pair.
     
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    Okay can Angga Pratama / Ricky Karanda Suwardi win the match against Lu Ching Yao / Chien Tien Tzu?
     
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    I really hope that the Indonesian MD will continue their great run by winning this match.
     
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    Kang Jun/Liu Cheng after a wrong linecall at 17-14 which the umpire refused to correct nearly botched it. In the end they were lucky to win the deuces 24-22 in the decider.
     
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    TPE MD Lu/Tien stunned the newly-crowned SIN Open INA MD champ Pratama/Suwardi in a three-setter.
     

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