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Swedish International Challenge 2011

Discussion in '2011 Tournaments' started by suetyan, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. suetyan

    suetyan Regular Member

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    This tournament will be held from 20-23 Jan 2011, clashed with Malaysia Open 2011. :D
    According to the Nippon Badminton Association, these are the players they will send:

    MS
    Kozai Kazuteru
    Sonoda Keigo
    Zeniya Sho
    Takeuchi Hiroki
    Okoshi Izumi

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    Imabeppu Kaori
    Sekiya Mayu
    Mitani Minatsu
    Hashimoto Yui

    MD
    Takeuchi Hiroki/Okoshi Izumi

    WD
    Miki Yuriko/YonemotoKoharu
    Wakita Yu/Eto Rie
    Aratama Misato/Hashimoto Yui

    XD
    Takeuchi Hiroki/Aratama Misato

     
  2. suetyan

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    Viktor Axelsen and Olga Konon will be playing in this tournament
     
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    great discovery! I'm gonna follow Olga - hope she can grab another title, but what I really hope is that they let her play the big tournaments - also in Asia!
     
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    a few French shuttlers in the place :)
     
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    2 Indian shuttlers in the fray.

    The recently crowned womens national champion Aditi Mutatkar who will be looking to getting back into the rhythm of playing international tournaments after injury issues, and

    youngster Arundhati Pantawane who happens to play with the swedish club TABY will be looking for another creditable showing after her finals appearence at the estonian open.
     
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    main draw strarting tomorow !!
     
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    The match of the day: Friday 6.05 PM Viktor Axelsen - Ville Lang. Young danish talent (JWC) against experienced finnish "veteran".

    Upset/surprise of the day : Olga Konon lost against Minatsu Mitani from Japan in first round!
     
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    I think Minatsu Mitani[Q] can move into the Semi-Finals now, after defeating Olga Konon[4] 23-25, 21-18, 21-11 in 61 minutes.

    Don't think Lianne Tan is as fit as MM (both having played a 3-games match each)
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    u should have been in malaysia lah!
    too bad
     
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    Good day for the Japanese WS. Mayu Sekiya upsets top seed Judith Meulendijks in Round 2, while Kaori Imabeppu and Minatsu Mitani beat Sashina Vignes and Lianne Tan respectively.
     
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    Viktor Axelsen on his way !!
     
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    great! Sekiya upsets Judith??? Haha... great great. Because from your email, you told me that Sekiya is going to lose!! So, I thought she is going to say sayonora :D
     
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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match is playing right now as I type.

    I shall give the progressive score as they are playing (So far, they have won 1 game each).

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 0-0
     
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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 0-0
    MM-KI 1-1
    MM-KI 3-1
    MM-KI 3-3
    MM-KI 4-4 (This is going to be a close Match)
     
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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 4-4 (This is going to be a close Match)
    MM-KI 4-6
    MM-KI 5-7
    MM-KI 5-9 (KI is showing her experience now)
     
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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 5-9 (KI is showing her experience now)
    MM-KI 6-10
    MM-KI 8-10 (Can MM come back?)
     
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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 8-10 (Can MM come back?)
    MM-KI 10-10 (MM is BACK)
     
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    I'll bet my second last dollar that Minatsu will win :).
     

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