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Entry List of CHINESE TAIPEI GP Gold 2011

Discussion in 'Chinese Taipei GP Gold / China Masters 2011' started by CLELY, Aug 15, 2011.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    Ina reps :

    MS :Simon, Tommy, Hayom, Yunus, SDK (now rank 117), Shesar Hiren R
    WS : Firda, Febe, Linda, Aprilia
    MD : Markis/Hendra, Alvent/AG, Afiat/Rendy, Markus/Agripina, Ricky Karanda/Ulin
    WD : Mel/Greys, Nadya/Vita, Anneke/Nitya, Suci/Della, Gebby/Tiara
    XD : Towi/Lily (seed 1), Fran/Pia, Rijal/Debby, Nova/Vita
     
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    NO Chn whatsoever in here...........

    Why Ina put A listers here, but not in CHN Masters SS next week.......:eek:dd
     
  4. CLELY

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    I believe those INA A-list players will also take part CHN Masters in following week ;)
     
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    are you sure????
     
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    Chn wanted to focus in Chn Master...........
     
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    China skipped almost all Chinese Taipei opens, the reason is their national policy for fighting Taiwan independance and also hostility between Taiwan local organizers and China players.
     
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    Care to explain why China sent
    LD/Zhang Ning/Fu Haifeng/Cai Yun to attend 2006 Chinese Taipei Open,
    Yang Wei/Zhang Jiewen to attend 2009 Chinese Taipei Open, and
    Chen Long/WYH/WSX/Fu Haifeng/Cai Yun/Chai Biao/Zhang Nan/Yang Yu/Wang Xiaoli
    and Zhao Yunlei to attend 2010 Superseries Finals.


    It is pretty much totally up to China to attend Chinese Taipei Open.
     
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    That's totally "Tong Zhan" policy.
     
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    What's "Tong Zhan" policy?
     
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    Well, priority for China is Olympic medals, especially gold medals. Also next priority is team events, World Championship

    But the point calculation is based on 10 best tournaments. There is no point sending to lower than SS tournaments unless there is crucial need to gain points and the player is fit enough to play in more tournament or to gain more exposure for the young players.

    And especially even lower priority to Chinese Taipei where there is a need to support Chinese government political will.
     
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    If there is any political concern is totally on the China side.

    The reason stated in post #7,
    "their national policy for fighting Taiwan independence and also hostility between Taiwan local organizers and China players.", is rubbish.

    Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei/Yang Yu/Wang Xiaoli had a Taipei night market tour
    when they played for the 2010 Superseries Finals and felt Taiwanese hospitality.
     
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    The only reason they attend to 2010 Superseries Finals all is "they cant say NO to BWF !"
    They must go to Taiwan, so they just do it.
     
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    Well, some independent players have registered their name for CHN Masters ;) But those A-list will skip CHN Masters:confused:
     
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    The greatest surprise is LD and WZM initially registered to play here but decided to withdraw. Why would LD even bother to sign up for this? Care to explain?
     
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    Because they have a better chance of winning in Taipei where not a single CHN player is in the tournament.
     

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