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DENMARK SS Premier 2012 : Quarter Final (19-Oct-2012)

Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open 2012' started by alans, Oct 18, 2012.

  1. rosid

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    I saw that too.. I'm not satisfied with their perfomance, especially Rijal.. He made many silly errors. I don't think they will be a top pair. Their defence is also not that good. I don't think can be INA's hope in the next Olympic. Better split them and pair with junior player.


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    I hope Tine Baun gives a glory for Denmark, long time not see her in final. Really wish her to meet Wang Yihan in semi tomorrow, and repeat the 2010 All England final :).. Good luck Tine..
     
  2. Chu Liuxiang

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    If not because of second seed, Wong CH had to meet Yong Hock Kin in the second round of 2003 AE, MAS might have 5 MS in last eight. It's pity that Malaysia National Champion, Lee CW lost in first round to Hong Kong Ng Wei. Just imagine how many MS world beaters that Malaysia had in 2003.
     
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    How long from now til the first game starts?
     
  4. Heong

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    starting soon

    no to offend anyone, but why they no put any of the MDs on the TV court...
     
  5. nokh88

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    There are two MD matches on Court 1, which I think is tv court.
     
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    Besides Court 1 being the tv court, there is a MD match scheduled for all 3 courts :p.

    "Quarter Finals (Day 4, Court 2) - 2012 Yonex Denmark Open

    *This is Court 2 coverage -- a court which is not featured in the main TV court of the Yonex Denmark Open. The main TV court is as seen on TV worldwide. Court 2 is produced by Badminton Denmark in an effort to bring badminton fans more coverage of this Premier Superseries which is exclusively available on BadmintonWorld.TV.

    Matches lined up in this live session are:

    1 - Savitree Amitrapai / Sapsiree Taerattanachai (THA) vs Ma Jin / Tang Jinhua (CHN)
    2 - Lee Chong Wei (MAS) vs Daren Liew (MAS)
    3 - Wang Yihan (CHN) vs Sung Ji Hyun (KOR)
    4 - Mohammad Ahsan / Hendra Setiawan (INA) vs Hiroyuki Endo / Kenichi Hayakawa (JPN)
    5 - Juliane Schenk (GER) vs Li Xuerui (CHN)
    6 - Muhammad Rijal / Debby Susanto (INA) vs Chan Peng Soon / Goh Liu Ying (MAS)
    7 - Xu Chen / Ma Jin (CHN) vs Robert Mateusiak / Nadiezda Zieba (POL)

    The 2012 Yonex Denmark Open is the 9th leg of the OSIM BWF World Superseries and takes place in Odense from the 16th till the 21st of October 2012. One of the five Premier Series events, this year's live streaming will begin from the Qualification Round on 16th October through to the Finals on 21st October. From the Round 16 onwards, simultaneous live streams will be available from two courts: Main Court (TV Court) and Court 2."
     
  7. Heong

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    Hmmm... but only the WD is broadcasted live on their YT channel

    Unless they have more channels?
     
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    Yes the main court starts later at 1700h local time (now 1614h.) no doubt with Gill Clark & co. commentary ...
     
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    Wow, KOR new scratch pair Shin BC/Yoo YS only gave 7 points to Hashimoto/Hirata in first game, let's see what will happen in game 2...
     
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    That's very impressive indeed!:eek:
     
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    yes...they are former world no ones for a brief moment 2 years ago i think...they were so close to beating the chinese in the olympics...damn...2 time they've finished quarter finalist...along with lee hyun il and peter gade...i really feel for this pair...they deserved at least a few more big ones before retiring
     
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    seems like daren liew will b losing quite fast to lee chong wei..
     
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    Love playing Badminton, decided i'll start watching it more than 1 hour every 6 months. I literally know 10- players. Don't expect it to be as good as footie or F1, we'll see :p
     
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    LCW will proceed to semifinal. thats for sure. Lets see
     
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    LCW is comfortably controlling the game and toying with Darren now.. Darren really needs to dictate some shots in the game if he is to win against lcw...
    its way too easssyy for lcw in this game
     
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    Sorry for my ignorance but when did den,ark open upgraded to premier ? And why did bwf do so, I thought bwf wanna follow golf and tennis to have four premier ?
     
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    Sorry,could you provide the link again for Court 2 viewing? I seem to have lost it or maybe it's not available in my country.:(

    Edit: My apology, found it, just have to refresh the page. Thanks,anyway.
     
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    If Darren Liew can play like he did yesterday, it shouldn't be a one-sided match vs Lee CW.
     
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