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Kumpoo Macau Open GP Gold 2012: Day 1 (27 Nov) - Qualification and R64 of MShttp://ww

Discussion in 'Macau Open GPG / Korea Open GPG / India Open GPG 2' started by badMania, Nov 26, 2012.

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    Predictions involving INA players:

    MS R64
    Alamsyah Yunus
    [9] vs K. Srikanth - a tricky match for Alam but with the withdrawal of LCW, he can progress to another QF.

    Tommy Sugiarto [8] vs Teng Shih Hua - Tommy is expected to face Alam in the QF.

    Taufik Hidayat [3] vs Chu Han Chou - a glimmer of hope for a title perhaps this year with the withdrawal of LCW? But Taufik still needs to beat Kenichi Tago.

    Andre Kurniawan Tedjono [14] vs Wan Chia Hsin - Andre is also expected to fulfill his seeding.

    Riyanto Subagja vs Q4 - Riyanto should progress.

    Wisnu Yuli Prasetyo vs Ng Ka Long - hopefully, Wisnu's experience this year will bring him to victory.

    Q7 vs Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka [7] - Hayom should at least fulfill his seeding.
     
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    Agree with badMania. The only chance for TH to win a title in this year, biggest obstacle would be from Tago and a few of young shuttlers.
     
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    How is Shin Baek Choel and Yoo Yeon Seong still not seeded...

    Yes they're a 'new' pair, but they won the bloody Denmark SS... did BWF not update their rankings, or is there still not enough points...

    It's funny how they have to play the QF round for a GP event
     
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    Taufik said he wants to retire next year at Indonesia Super Series but if he can't get good result here in Macau, it will become unlikely that he will qualify to play at Indonesia SS. Unless he is playing more tournaments.
     
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    if i recall correctly
    one pair need to play at least 2 tournament together to have the notional ranking
     
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    I think Lindaweni can go far in this tourney..
     
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    Nitya already recovered from her injure? baring any upsets, they'll face Greysia/Meiliana in QF
     
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    Here we go..

    First upset of the day.

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    [TD]Alamsyah YUNUS [9]
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    [TD]21-10 21-18[/TD]
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    She is a fantastic player. She will do good in this tournament i think:)
     
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    Wonderful Srikanth.. I did not expect. Excellent. :) He won against Alamsyah yunus. 21-10, 21-18
     
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    gao huan vs kento momoto
     
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    It seems like one sided. Kento is trailing in the second game :( . Already gao won the first.
     
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    They have been playing for a while now. Judging from the scores, it looks like Kento won't be able to defeat his slightly older opponent. Down 7-5 in the 2nd having lost the first 21-11. Still too early to say though.
     
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    Kento down 7-13 in the second.
     
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    Being down 7-11 at the interval Kento hasn't been able to win a single point. Now down 7-16 !
     
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    Its like another upset is going to happen soon. Qiao Bin leading 20-15 in the second game winning the first already against Hsueh Hsuan Yi.
     
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    15th seeded player is out now. Qiao won in straight sets. 21-17, 21-16
     
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    Now it's Kento's turn, winning 5 points in a row. Might be too late though.
     

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