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DRAW of JAPAN Open SS 2012

Discussion in 'Japan / Indonesia / Chinese Taipei Open 2012' started by CLELY, Sep 4, 2012.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    WSX is seeded 1st in the absence of the 3 CHN Olympians.
     
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    another possible first round exit for Koo/Tan as facing double KIM...
     
  4. CLELY

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    Yup, plus Saina Nehwal will be missed this tourney too. Will Wang SX shine here?
     
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    Am I right to say all Oly 12 gold medalist are absent?
     
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    Wonder if Ah How already slim? Big hope for ZZ eventho' it wont be easy...Looking forward to see Viktor too!
     
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    Yup, I think so as we didn't see their names in Player List through Japan Open website ;)
     
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    ZZ to lose in qualifying rounds, drawn against Chen Yuekun in the second qualifying round if he gets past the first :(
    Well, he has to slowly start accumulating points so that he wouldn't get drawn in qualifying!
     
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    This guy also a little bit prone to injury in tournaments: the swollen knee area, the twisted ankle and recently the blisters....need to take care of himself better...
     
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    Very likely...............
     
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    Read that Peter Gade has broke his left wrist, but he's still going to Japan :)
     
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    BROKE it? That's horrible! Surely it is exaggerated! :(
     
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    A sprain isn't the same nor as serious as a broken/fractured wrist, hope it's the former. Luckily it's his left hand,the non-playing hand;as long as he can still hold the shuttlecock to serve,he can play but what if he has to do a dive to retrieve a shot? Still,wish him the very best.
     
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    As someone who's broke their wrist before, playing with a cast on affects your balance (if it's on the other wrist) so it can be quite difficult I guess and also you can't dive.

    The report said it was broken, not sprained.
     
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    Is the CHN team gonna walk out from this SS? I hate it when politics rear its ugly head in sports....
     
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    The same thing happened in the last edition.
     
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    On the other hand the absence of the Chinese team will give some more motivation to the other big guns
     

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