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Gwangju Victor Korea Masters 2017

Discussion in '2017 Tournaments' started by Master, Nov 26, 2017.

  1. Master

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    Category : BWF Grand Prix Gold

    Venue : Yeomju Gymnasium, Gwangju Metropolitan City, Korea

    Total prize-money : US$120,000

    Tournament website : http://bka.kr/

    Tournament Software link : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=60D86131-2252-40D1-8E31-A88F45ED65EC

    KOR Time : https://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wtzresult.php?CiID=4991&forma=Find Time (GMT +9)

    Live Streaming : [​IMG] (starting from SF onwards) | videostream.dn.ua
    (Geo blocking restrictions may apply, you could use the usual trick as usual ;))


    2016 Winners : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/winners.aspx?id=A347FB40-3FF9-46EC-9F99-E782E68E37F5
    MS : Son Wan Ho (KOR)
    WS : Sung Ji Hyun (KOR)
    MD : Kim Jae Hwan/Ko Sung Hyun (KOR)
    WD : Jung Kyung Eun/Shin Seung Chan (KOR)
    XD : Ko Sung Hyun/Kim Ha Na (KOR)

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    #2 Master, Nov 26, 2017
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  3. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    No Japanese participation at the KOR Masters, they are busy with their own national championships.
     
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    LYD/YYS will play in this tournament. I will eefinitely watch it!!
     
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    Looking forward to see Lee/Yoo in actions
     
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    LYD/YYS can easily win this thing; their likely tough opponents are their own former teammates : KSH, KGJ and INA's Wahyu/Ade.
     
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    Withdrawn Lists:

    MS :
    • Zhao Junpeng [8/CHN]
    • Parupalli Kashyap [10/IND]
    • Zulfadli Zulkiffli [12/MAS]
    • Lee Zii Jia [14/MAS]
    • Zulhelmi Zulkiffli [MAS]

    WS :
    • Chen Xiaoxin [3/CHN]
    • Han Yue [CHN]

    MD :
    • Marcus Ellis/Chris Langridge [4/ENG]
    • Shang Kai Lin/Tseng Min Hao [TPE]
    • Tinn Isriyanet/Kittisak Namdash [THA]

    WD :
    • Mia Mawarti/Ganis Nur Rahmadani [INA]
    • Setyana Mapasa/Gronya Somerville [AUS]

    XD :
    • Sawan Serasinghe/Setyana Mapasa [AUS]
    • Shang Kai Lin/Cheng Yu Chieh [TPE]
     
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    Noticed Choi HyeIn is playing again ... Anybody know what happened that she disappeared for 3 years?
     
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    Bai Yupeng beat Suppanyu, unexpected
     
  11. Justin L

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    Disappointed with the withdrawals of Zhao Junpeng, Chen Xiaoxin and Han Yue. And also Lee Zijia who is promising.
     
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    I thought I saw Lee Hyun Il's name earlier, he too withdrew ?
     
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    Nobody interesting enough to follow.
    Although hoping to see KSH vs KHN in XD
     
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    He is nowhere on the M&Q list, not even on the 'Removed Before Closing Date' section. There is a Lee Hyun Min and a Lee Hyun Deok. They both play for a very new uni team in Dangjin, which is Hyun Deok's home town.
     
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    Thanks for your info.
     
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    Wang Tzu Wei, the 2nd seed, defeated by THA Kantaphon Wangcharoen, 21-19, 10-21, 21-16
     
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    I guess Tzu Wei was tired, how many tournaments has he played?
    Although I wouldn't say that Wangcharoen is not good, he is good
     
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    Choi Hye In has continued to play domestically. She tried out for the national team in early 2014 and made the team but only played a few tournaments. The one Grand Prix title she won that year, the Canada Open, came when she was overseas with her domestic pro team. That was why Lee So Hee was playing with her instead of Shin Seung Chan. Lee and Choi had played together in high school, though. In December 2014, she tried out for the national team again and didn't make it, then she didn't try out in May 2016 or December 2016. This year in the summer championships, she came second in women's doubles, playing with Kim Hye Rin. They beat 3 pairings of national team players en route to the final: Chae Yoo Jung / Shin Seung Chan, then Go A Ra / Yoo Hae Won, then Chang Ye Na / Jung Kyung Eun. Kim So Yeong and Lee So Hee beat them in the final.
     
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    Possibly, Wang TW and his senior Chou TC are like workhorses, almost playing non-stop.
     
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