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DRAW of DENMARK Open SS Premier 2011

Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open 2011' started by CLELY, Oct 4, 2011.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    Will history repeat itself?
    Another CL vs LD semifinal? CL vs LCW final?
     
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    Lee Yong Dae/Ha Jung Eun meets Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir the 2nd seed in the first round. Tough match for both pairs.
     
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    Towi/Lily won their prev meeting easily.....
     
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    If last year LD was champion here, LD will have to protect his WR points for WC...then, I think LYB will direct CL to Let LD win..........but its definately will be CL win against DPY.

    This shd be LYB's script.........for this Den SSP. :D :D :D
     
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    OK, just checked last year's result.....it was JOJ the MS winner not LD....

    Then the script will be ....wait and see what happens in the other half, if LCW wins all the way to final, then CL will be the one to play with LCW again.

    If, not LCW in the final....maybe LYB will directs LD to take the other SF.........:D :D :D
     
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    Then, the organizer will make sure the bottom half semifinal will be played first. :D
     
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    Okay, anyone notice WSX is same half again with Schenk for third time in a row ?? Last 3 results 2-1 for Schenk....

    WSX must be cursing herself..........:p
     
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    Wow, it has become so tactical.
     
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    Also Cheng Shao-chieh, possibly 2nd round opponent for WSX ;) Wang Shixian lost to Cheng in their last 2 encounters, INA SSP and World Champ.
     
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    WS defending champion Wang Yihan has tough path en route to final, starting from Bae Youn-joo (R/32), Eriko Hirose (R/16), Jiang Yanjiao (QF), either Saina or Tine at semifinal.
     
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    Whatever it is , it means lousy sportsmanship. In fact LYB face is so thick that he once said "China should be proud that they have the luxury to do this tactical selection.

    Recently there are too many withdrawal and "give ways". This problem is getting very serious lately and BAM is way too passive in tackling it. No good for the sport.
     
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    Should be ' BWF' not BAM...........:D :D :D
     
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    Ha Ha Ha....what did I typed! Thank you for your correction.:D
     
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    What could we say???Other countries are not yet as strong as CHN both sports dominance and commercial potential for badminton.BWF knows they could not afford to ban or severely punish CHN under current situation, plus it is always difficult to pose strong evidence (if from a serious court processing perspective) to do so on this issue.I would pray for other countries to be more determine to produce more good players, so that the so-called LYB's plot would have no working context.
     
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    Yes you have a point there. If LYB choose to disgrace his home land. Well, let him be. Badminton fans around the world are not blind. They can see who is playing game. They can see what is a fake game. And they know what does it mean by saying " withdrawal due to injury".

    Even badminton fans in China complained like hell when LD give ways to CL in China master SS recently, not to mention badminton fans in Singapore and Indonesia. Why shouldn't they get mad? These badminton fans PAID to see the tournaments.

    Chinese badminton is the strongest in the world at the moment no doubt. But in my definition they are not the BEST. They spit on Sportsmanship. The coach's attitude is lousy( LYB) and it influenced the players.
     
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    Not tough at all in the first 3 rounds. In her current form even the semis should be a breeze
     
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    I think Tontowi/Liliyana have a good record with Lee/Ha.
    INA pair has already won their 3 meetings in an easily straight game. :D:)
     
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    Am looking forward to this Denmark Open. Has been nothing very spectacular since the Japan Open ended.
     
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    With the endless qualification, ranks and match fixing in the badminton politics now, I have learned to just sit back and enjoy and let things unfold instead of predicting history and stuff now. It's just easier to let surprise to surprise you instead of letting it spoil your day. haha.. enjoy

     

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