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Malaysia Masters 2016 - Entry List and DRAW

Discussion in 'Malaysia Master / Syed Modo International / Thaila' started by Nine Tailed Fox, Dec 18, 2015.

  1. Nine Tailed Fox

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    Main and Qualifying Report - Version 1:

    http://bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=683843&dl=1
     
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    Local young rising star, Goh Jin Wei not participate in Malaysia Masters 2016, not even in qualification round?
     
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    ^ LCW vs RMV a standout match?? Expecting too much
    AJ vs TU should be nice.. But I think TU have some trouble physically. He hasn't performed well lately
     
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    From M & Q report ver 3 http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=684681&dl=1,there're a few notable withdrawals such as WS Carolina Marin, Nozomi Okuhara, Porntip B, N Jindapol. There goes my hopes of seeing He Bingjiao and Chen Yufei square off with C Marin and/or N Okuhara.

    OTOH, I'm a bit surprised to see a couple of notable entrants since M&Qver1 report, such as WD Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei, Yu Yang/Tang Yuanting; understandable for the latter as they still have some way to climb the rankings to within top 8 for the R2R.
     
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    Who can stop Lee CW here ? No one, the title is his to lose.
     
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    There are quite a few players in the MS field that could pose a problem for LCW if he takes it too lightly. Wei Nan, Tommy Sugiarto, Son Wan Ho, to name a few. But it sure is a tough task to beat LCW in his home event, he will have a huge confidence boost after winning three SS(P) events.
     
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    Her World Ranking is not high enough. She only managed to put her name on Reserve List.
     
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    seems like only LCW to cruise all the way to final, the rest of MAS players never gonna survived before enter to QF...
     
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    Usually host country's players will receive wild card to compete in qualification rounds, this is Malaysia Masters (lower level) not Malaysian Open where the tournament grade is super series level.
     
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    #12 thljcl, Dec 30, 2015
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    In Superseries tournament, host nation can have two wild-card players at most, provided there are no qualified players (ranked lower than 28) in the home nation; if there is one qualified player, host nation can have one wild-card player. In lower-level tournaments, there will only be one wild-card player.
    http://bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=679522&dl=1
     
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    There it is. Goh Jin Wei cannot be wild-card player at her home event, quite unfortunately.
     
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    Interestingly though, the only qualified women's single player from Malaysia for Malaysia Masters 2015 is Tee Jing Yee. That means, Malaysia can actually give a wild card to Goh Jin Wei to play in Malaysia Open. But I seriously doubt that Malaysia would actually do that. A gradual progress is more healthy. So far, Goh Jin Wei has not been able to consistently win International Challenge event. I mean, she is only 15.
     
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    Based upon the world ranking of Tee Jing Yi, which is 32, currently, she is not qualified to play in the main round of Malaysia Open; but she can play in the qualifying rounds.
     
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    Bro, thanks for your inputs but you don't really understand my point.

    Goh Jin Wei's lower world ranking or even wild card is not the exact issues, look at recently concluded Indonesia Masters 2015, there are many Indonesian WS players who ranked lower compared to Goh Jin Wei, rank 139 (age 15) are playing in qualifying matches. The status/level for both tournament are the same.

    Some examples:
    Florencya VIONI, rank 244 (age 18)
    Sri Fatmawati, rank 280 (age 16)
    Made Deya Surya SARASWATI, rank 322 (age 17)
    Erlina KURNIANTI, rank 349 (age 18)
    Wulan Cahya Utami SUKOPUTRI, rank 357 (age 16)
    Ayu Gary Luma MAHARANI, rank 686 (age 15)
    Alya Rahma MULYANI, rank 987 (age 15)
    Savira SANDRADEWI, rank 1000 (age 15)
    Rena ASELA, rank 1000 (age 20)
    Aldira Rizki PUTRI, rank 1000 (age 14) and many more......

    Source: https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draw.aspx?id=4A8A3A43-948B-46F8-8C90-C1B980DE6179&draw=13


    In Indonesia Master and other Master tournaments (level 3), you can have a huge group of lower rank local players playing in qualification matches, some even rank beyond 1000 but for Malaysia Masters, a World Junior Champions who rank 139 in the world did not make the cut for qualification match, this should be the key issue.
     
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    I understand your point. It depends on entry list. When more higher-ranked players enter the same tournament, lower-ranked players cannot play even in the qualifying rounds. That is the rule. Even though Indonesia Masters and Malaysia Masters belong to the same category as Grand Prix Gold events, but the entry list is different.
     
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    That is why lower-ranked players can play in one Grand Prix Gold event but not the other.
     
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    In terms of quality of competitions, Superseries and Superseries Premier are pretty similar, despite the fact that Superseries Premier gives more ranking points. That is simply because top players need 10 best ranking points to stay on top ranking. In other words, they need to play in most, if not all Superseries tournaments. In fact, one can argue that Superseries is the most competitive and highest level, even more so that World Championships or Summer Olympic Games, mainly due to levels of participants. Of course, even among Superseries tournaments, there are also disparity in terms of competitiveness. Because some top-ranked players may have missed one or two, unwittingly produce possibility of another Superseries champions.
     

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