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OUE SINGAPORE Open SS 2015 : Round of 16 (9th April 2015)

Discussion in 'Singapore Open / China Masters / SKYCITY New Zeala' started by CLELY, Apr 8, 2015.

  1. CLELY

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    Venue
    : Singapore Indoor Stadium (SIS), Singapore City-SIN

    Total prize-money : US$300,000

    Tournament website : http://www.singaporebadmintonopen.com.sg/

    Tournament time-table : http://www.singaporebadmintonopen.co...schedules.html

    Ticket information : http://www.singaporebadmintonopen.com.sg/ticketing.html

    Singapore time : http://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wt...ma=Find%20Time

    ROUND OF 16 Order of Play (02.00pm local time, 4 courts) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...0297AC-79BF-4735-AA2E-FC458AFFA7DC&d=20150409

    The competition heads to second round where more intense matches will coming...

    All MS seeded pairs continue their run here, some of them worked hardly to eliminate their rival yesterday. Three IND MS players, led by their #1 Srikanth who will take on Thai Tanongsak while his senior comptriot Kashyap has tough opponent 4th seed Son Wan Ho. Prannoy will challenge second seed Jorgensen, they met couple of weeks ago in New Delhi and the Indian stunned the Danish finest. Defending champion Simon Santoso looked sharp at first round and he will try his best to do well today against Danish young star Viktor Axelsen. Three exciting ties to wait, Rumbaka (INA) v Tian HW (CHN), Vittinghus (DEN) v Leverdez (FRA) and Momota (JPN) v Chou TC (TPE).

    It's JPN-KOR rivalry at bottom half of draw as their two leading WS will face each other, Sung Ji Hyun v Nozomi Okuhara and Bae Yeon Ju contra Akane Yamaguchi. The expected close match will happen between last year winner Wang Yihan against Zhang Beiwen. INA has three representatives at R/16, rarely to see this feat in SS event and hopefully it will not be short hits as two of them have big obstacles today, Fanetri v Inatnon and Manuputty v Sun Yu.

    MD top contenders didn't have good start yesterday and if the sluggish performance still continues not possible they will be sent packing early. China has assured 1 quarterfinal slot, Indonesia is still powerful in this discipline, represented by four pairs in last sixteen. Two intriguing ties to follow, Endo/Hayakawa v Kim GJ/Kim SR and Fernaldi/Sukamuljo v Lee SM/Tsai CH.

    Both China and Korea WD dominate second round to book four and three spots respectively. Recent concluded MAS Premier runner-up Chang YN/Jung KE will be tested by Chinese new combo, Huang Yaqiong/Ma Jin. Well, pretty surprise Netherlands has guaranteed 1 last eight berth through this department, Barning/Tabeling v Muskens/Piek.

    Tricky opposition for two times champion Ahmad/Natsir who meet Hong Kong XD, Lee Chun Hei/Chau Hoi Wah, local hope Chrisnanta/Neo will up against Korean back up Choi SK/Chae YJ. Top two seeds Chinese pairs are predicted to check into quarterfinal.
     
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    The action is not quite heating up yet. Other than the two WS matches mentioned, there are not too many matches of real interest.

    Look forward to the quarter-finals rounds. There will be some good clashes.
     
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    agree with the 1st two WS opinion.Although Momota-CTC can be good as well if CTC shows up.
     
  4. nokh88

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    WYH vs ZBW - Perhaps an upset here.

    Other interesting matches :
    Rumbaka vs THW
    Prannoy vs JOJ.
     
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    I think today many good matches are not on TV-court:(
     
  6. Penwinack

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    Because the organizer this event want to people go to stadium.
     
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    Tanongsak can give a tough time to srikanth, u never know. .Tanongsak is a good player but hasn't performed well lately.
    sri leads the thai 2-1 in head to head and has won their last two encounters.
     
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    That´s not nice to people who live very far away from Singapore.
     
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    Hi Nokh,

    Is this the first time that power house Malaysia has been knocked out in the first round? Weaker nations like India, Singapore, Hong Kong are still standing.
     
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    I agree. In fact the MS program today is not bad at all. I think SS vs VA should be good, or at least intriguing!
     
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    Bae can't keep pace with Akane. This match is done with.
     
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    zhang and zhao are having a tough time against the danes the scoreline suggests.
     
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    Zhang/Zhao having unexpected trouble against the mostly unknown danes Nohr/Thygesen.
    19 - 18 for the Chinese pair
     
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    If Akane win over Bae today ,tomorrow she will meet WSX ,so interesting match for me.
     
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    Ok Akane won. :p
     
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    Rumbaka seals game 1, 21-16 after took 8 consecutive points.
     
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    Reversal of game 1, Tian HW is leading comfortably, 15-5...
     
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    Anyone elses streams stuttering?

    HK was behind for much of G2 but levels up vs Leverdez.

    Chang/ Jung will take Huang/ Ma to a deciding game.
     
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    The close one between HK Vittinghus v Leverdez, the Frenchman prevails, 21-13 / 19-21 / 21-18.
     

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