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Russian Open 2015-

Discussion in 'Yonex Chinese Taipei Open / Russian Open 2015' started by Nine Tailed Fox, Jun 30, 2015.

  1. blabl

    blabl Regular Member

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    Yuta WATANABE / Arisa HIGASHINO won their match today and they will be playing in the XD events tomorrow vs Chan Peng Soon / Goh Liu Ying. It will be an exciting match of course because this young Japanese XD have played very well and won all their matches en route to the finals. Japan seems to have endless supply of good young players. Congratulations. Very difficult to predict who will win the match but the Malaysian pair holds an edge in terms of experience.

    Mayu Matsutomo who have just defeated Chisato Hoshi will also be playing in the finals tomorrow. Wow Amazing. Japan really have endless supply of good young WS. I predict that Mayu Matsutomo holds the advantage tomorrow to win the match vs Kristina Gavnholt.

    As for the MS match, Tommy Sugiarto holds an edge to win the match vs Raul Must. Both players have been playing very well en route to the finals.

    As for the MD events it will definitely be an exciting match with the clash of home favourites Vladimir Ivanov / Ivan Sozonov vs Goh V Shem / Tan Wee Kiong. The Russian pair holds and advantage here and both have been playing very well en route to the finals. Lets just see the outcome of the match tomorrow.
     
  2. Nine Tailed Fox

    Nine Tailed Fox Regular Member

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    Ajay JAYRAM,booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo:mad::mad::mad:

    Only asked to defeat tommy sugiarto not Mighty Lin Dan or Chen Long:crying:.And what was that 21-7.:eek:Lost all hope on you.:mad::mad::mad:
     
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    Don't be that upset..
    That was well speculated!! Tommy is in form and of course he has the skills of a top 10 player.. OTOH Ajay is a veteran. Of course is eager and hungry to win and has experience well enough to tackle anyone but still he isn't a world beater!! Nevertheless it was a good tourney for him
    But I am upset from the other two results.. MA/SBR could've done it :(
     
  4. CLELY

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    FINALS (09.30am local time) => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...7EB7B4-DA0A-460B-898B-AF76048BA3CC&d=20150726

    Both JPN and MAS have two finals tomorrow, six different nations including home players have 1 representative each.

    WD, Gabriela Stoeva/Stefani Stoeva (BUL) v Johanna Goliszewski/Carla Nelte (GER)
    H-2-H stats : 1-2
    Close contest on the script, the German pair has slight advantage and more experienced combos also they're taking part regularly in top tier tournament, Super Series circuit. It may be second GP title for Goliszewski/Nelte after topped podium in Brazil last year.

    MS, Tommy Sugiarto (INA) v Raul Must (EST)
    H-2-H : 0-0
    A tall order for world #71 Must to create big upset tomorrow as Sugiarto looks in good shape, however a breakthrough has been produced by this Estonian player to reach last round and defeated more favoured opponents, Koukal, Leverdez, Malkov and Zulkiffli.

    WS, Mayu Matsumoto (JPN) v Kristina Gavnholt (CZE)
    H-2-H : 0-0
    Czech Republic Gavnholt won Lagos IC last week and possibly will extend her winning streak to bag WS crown in Vladivostok while her opponent, Japanese teen Matsumoto only took part two tournaments in this year so far, we'll see whether she could do same feat like Saena Kawakami did in Auckland last April.

    XD, Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying (MAS) v Yuta Watanabe/Arisa Higashino (JPN)
    H-2-H : 0-0
    The Malaysian pair has bright prospect to overcome the green Japanese rookies and upgrade their world ranking. After SEA Games disappoinment and TPE GP Gold first round exit, they should make amend to do best here.

    MD, Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov (RUS) v Goh V Shem/Tan Wee Kiong (MAS)
    H-2-H : 0-0
    Save the best for last, this tie which involves home hopeful most likely will be the most exciting final clash. Third final for the towering Russian MD in 2015 after failed in Lucknow and Mulheim An Der Ruhr while Goh/Tan took second position in Basel also they scored big headline when stunned world #1 Lee YD/Yoo YS at Sudirman Cup last May.
     
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    Good work again CLELY!
     
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    thanks for the good comment :) I am really waiting for the final match... I don't like always the Raul's "suffering play" style (who will die before, remember the one rally with Pablo Abian lately :-( but in QF with Malkov I saw that it happened in 2nd game at 3-5... after that it was much easier for Raul... there are some new features in his game what I liked and made me more happy :) ... good luck and hope to see him in Rio courts...
     
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    Goh/Tan failed once again to win the 1st title by lost to Russia No.1 pair...
     
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    Another exciting final. I guess the most outstanding result is definitely Tommy sugiarto who won the gold medal for the MS event. He played so well. He really deserves to win the gold medal.

    Then for WS surprisingly Kristina gavnholt won the match. Anyway congratulations for winning the gold medal.

    For the XD category Chan peng soon / Goh Liu Ying played very well today and won the gold medals. Congratulations. Both if them played very well today and won over the Japanese XD,

    For the MD events once again Vladimir Ivanov and Ivan Sozonov proved that they are better by winning the gold medal. Goh v shem / tan wee kiong played very well too but lose the match. A very exciting match indeed and the Russian MD won with a very close score 22-20, 21-19. This Russian MD as they have even won before highly ranked player before this. Once again congratulations.
     
  9. CLELY

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    All three #1 seeds prevailed, as predicted MD final was the most closest final as local hero Ivanov/Sozonov def. Goh/Tan with narrow margin, 22-20 / 21-19. First title for Tommy Sugiarto after series of early round defeats lately, hopefully this victory will spur his confidence to do well at homeground big event next month. Good progress by the Stoeva sisters to overcame their German established rival, they're #3 best pair in Europe after Pedersen/Juhl and Muskens/Piek.
     

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