There will be 12 China singles in China Open. It is strange that 9 out of 12 will be in the first half, the other 3 in the bottom half. It sounds away from random selection. There are 6 more players in the upper half than the bottom half. This is unexplainable from statistics normal distribution. Since there are some rules to make seeds distributed evenly. So upper to bottom half ratio for seeds is 3:2, it is okay. But For non-seeded CHN players, 6 out of 7 in the upper half, while only 1 in the bottom half. The chance for this happening is about 4%. More, those unseeded CHN players concentrated in Bao CL and Lin Dan's 1/16. It is more like a plot to murder those unknown CHN players as early as possible, to avoid them destroying the pecking order of world badminton.