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Swiss Open 2016 Grand Prix Gold (Qualifications round to Finals)

Discussion in 'German / All England / Swiss Open 2016' started by blabl, Mar 15, 2016.

  1. blabl

    blabl Regular Member

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    Now that All England is over. It is time to move on to Swiss Open 2016 Grand Prix Gold. Since no thread has been created, I have decided to create one.
     
  2. blabl

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    BWF - Swiss Badminton




    Venue:
    St. Jakobshalle

    Address:

    Brüglingerstrasse 21
    4052 Basel
    Switzerland
    Route at
    Google Maps



    Tournament contact


    Name:
    Swiss Badminton Association

    Phone:
    +41 79 320 73 11

    Email:
    cak@swissopen.com

    ATTENTION: Schedule for qualification has significantly changed. Please double check your match times.


    Events

    MS, WS, MD, WD, XD

    Online entry


    Entry open:
    Friday, April 3, 2015 12:00 AM (GMT +08:00)

    Entry deadline:
    Tuesday, February 9, 2016 11:59 PM (GMT +08:00)

    Withdrawal deadline:
    Sunday, February 21, 2016 11:59 PM (GMT +08:00)

    Tournament days

    Tuesday, March 15, 2016 to Sunday, March 20, 2016.
     
  3. blabl

    blabl Regular Member

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    The first match of the day will start at 12.00 pm Swiss time zone. Lots of exciting matches awaiting today.





    Today all the matches will start off with qualifying rounds for MS, WS, MD, WD and XD.




    The first round for the MS match will start at 6.00 pm Swiss time.
     
  4. vixter

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    No live streaming it seems.
     
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  5. blabl

    blabl Regular Member

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    Found the live stream for the Swiss Open 2016.


    http://www.badvid.tk/2016/03/badminton-swiss-open-2016-live.html





    Seems like live streaming is available for all the 4 different courts from Tuesday till Sunday. For me myself I feel that this is indeed a good way to promote badminton by letting all the supporters watch the matches live at different courts.
     
  6. blabl

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    For me myself personally I must admit that the timing of this match is really a mismatch for me so I didn't have such opportunity to watch any of the matches live. Two weeks of continuous no sleep to watch the German Open and All England open makes it impossible for me to stay up all night again this week.



    Anyway I did check the results online and I was extremely surprised to know that both Sho Sasaki and Takuma Ueda lost to unknown and unranked MS players in the first round of their MS tournament yesterday. What an upset created indeed.
     
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    Here is a summary of the first round MS results.


    6:00 PM MS
    Indra Bagus ADE CHANDRA Italy
    -
    Germany Philip DISCHER
    21-12 21-11



    0:25 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 3
    6:00 PM MS
    Petr KOUKAL Czech Republic
    -
    England Michael SPENCER-SMITH
    21-8 21-11



    0:20 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 1
    6:10 PM MS
    XUE Song [14] China
    -
    Netherlands Erik MEIJS
    21-17 21-8



    0:32 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 4
    6:10 PM MS
    Henri HURSKAINEN Sweden
    -
    Japan Sho SASAKI [8]
    21-17 21-14



    0:33 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 2
    6:35 PM MS
    Pablo ABIAN Spain
    -
    Brazil Ygor Coelho De OLIVEIRA
    21-13 21-15



    0:32 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 3
    6:35 PM MS
    Marius MYHRE Norway
    -
    Slovenia Iztok UTROSA
    21-12 15-21 21-16



    0:50 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 1
    6:45 PM MS
    HSU Jen Hao [9] Chinese Taipei
    -
    Israel Misha ZILBERMAN
    15-21 29-27 21-17



    1:15 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 4
    6:45 PM MS
    Anders ANTONSEN Denmark
    -
    Japan Takuma UEDA [15]
    21-15 21-18



    0:46 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 2
    7:10 PM MS
    Blagovest KISYOV Bulgaria
    -
    Ireland Joshua MAGEE
    21-12 21-13



    0:33 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 3
    7:10 PM MS
    Muhammad Bayu PANGISTHU Indonesia
    -
    Luxembourg Robert MANN
    21-18 21-16



    0:24 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 1
    7:20 PM MS
    Joo Ven SOONG Malaysia
    -
    Switzerland Anthony DUMARTHERAY
    21-10 21-16



    0:25 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 3
    7:20 PM MS
    B. Sai Praneeth India
    -
    Switzerland Mathias BONNY
    21-14 13-21 21-6



    0:45 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 2
    7:45 PM MS
    Zulfadli ZULKIFFLI Malaysia
    -
    Algeria Adel HAMEK
    21-11 21-9



    0:29 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 4
    7:45 PM MS
    Tzu Wei WANG Chinese Taipei
    -
    Bulgaria Stilian MAKARSKI
    21-19 21-5



    0:26 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 1
    7:55 PM MS
    CHOU Tien Chen [2] Chinese Taipei
    -
    Brazil Alex Yuwan TJONG
    21-18 21-18



    0:35 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 3
    7:55 PM MS
    Marc ZWIEBLER [7] Germany
    -
    Switzerland Joel KOENIG
    21-8 21-13



    0:28 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 2
    8:20 PM MS
    Artyom SAVATYUGIN Uzbekistan
    -
    Switzerland Sivin MANJALY
    21-12 21-9



    0:22 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 4
    8:20 PM MS
    Boonsak PONSANA [10] Thailand
    -
    Denmark Christian LIND THOMSEN
    21-19 11-21 21-14



    1:02 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 1
    8:30 PM MS
    Iskandar Zulkarnain ZAINUDDIN Malaysia
    -
    Ireland Scott EVANS
    18-21 23-21 21-11



    0:52 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 3
    8:30 PM MS
    Rajiv OUSEPH [6] England
    -
    Czech Republic Jan FROHLICH
    21-13 21-10



    0:29 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 2
    8:55 PM MS
    Tanongsak SAENSOMBOONSUK [16] Thailand
    -
    Denmark Kim BRUUN
    21-12 21-10



    0:24 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 4
    8:55 PM MS
    Kenichi TAGO Japan
    -
    Algeria Mohamed Abderrahime BELARBI
    21-8 21-4



    0:21 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 1
    9:05 PM MS
    Mattias BORG Sweden
    -
    France Gradt-Urban SAMSON
    21-12 21-6



    0:23 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 4
    9:05 PM MS
    Firman Abdul KHOLIK Indonesia
    -
    Ukraine Artem POCHTAREV
    21-15 21-9



    0:28 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 2
    9:30 PM MS
    Kasper LEHIKOINEN Finland
    -
    Brazil Daniel PAIOLA
    21-15 21-15



    0:31 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 3
    9:30 PM MS
    Rasmus FLADBERG Denmark
    -
    Switzerland Christian KIRCHMAYR
    21-17 21-15



    0:28 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 1
    9:40 PM MS
    Ajay JAYARAM [11] India
    -
    Malaysia Jiann Shiarng CHIANG
    21-8 21-17



    0:26 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 4
    9:40 PM MS
    Dieter DOMKE Germany
    -
    Switzerland Kyrill SCHAFFLUETZEL
    21-8 21-8



    0:21 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 2
    10:05 PM MS
    Lars SCHAENZLER Germany
    -
    Uzbekistan Amrullo BAKHSHULLAEV
    21-18 21-13



    0:32 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 3
    10:05 PM MS
    H. S. Prannoy [13] India
    -
    Finland Kalle KOLJONEN
    21-19 21-19



    0:38 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 1
    10:15 PM MS
    WANG Zhengming [4] China
    -
    Uzbekistan Oleg SAVATUGIN
    21-8 21-6



    0:19 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 2
    10:15 PM MS
    Sameer VERMA India
    -
    Denmark Emil HOLST
    21-17 24-22



    0:43 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 4
     
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    First upset result.

    0:32 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 4
    6:10 PM MS
    Henri HURSKAINEN Sweden
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    Japan Sho SASAKI [8]
    21-17 21-14




    Second upset result.

    1:15 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 4
    6:45 PM MS
    Anders ANTONSEN Denmark
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    Japan Takuma UEDA [15]
    21-15 21-18





    Of course to be honest when I look at these 2 results o felt so sad. I know the Japanese players are extremely good and have been performing well in tournaments but then losing at the first round to unknown players is not what I am expecting from them.
     
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    For the 33-yr-old Sho Sasaki, it's his third consecutive tournaments in as many weeks, so not too surprising.
     
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    Yes indeed lots of upsets. Even Akane Yamaguchi is send packing too. Wow i guess lots of upsets will be expected in this tournament then.
     
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    Upsets detected. Oh I miss that match earlier on. Ultina Maria just won over Akane Yamaguchi in 2 straight sets. Oh wow.
     
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    Something interesting to say about this XD match. Second set Xu Chen / Ma Jin won 21-19, then the first set Japanese won 21-19. But I guess the third set of the march makes a big difference. Hence finally Xu Chen / Ma Jin win the third set 21-12 and seal the game. Wow.
     
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    Sun Yu just won over Mitani Minatsu in 2 straight sets. Congratulations.
     
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    That is really a big upset!!! qualifier from Ukraine over highly established Akane!!
     
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    Don't tell me a youngster like Akane cannot handle back-to-back tournaments with several days rest in-between as she didn't go deep in the prior tournament? Perhaps we should give more credit to Maria Ultina for her performance.
     
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    Akane lost to Maria Ultina :confused:
    Minatsu Mitani thrashed by Sun Yu
    Except NO other girl's graph aren't improving at all, I don't find any reason regarding JPN getting better of CHN atleast in WS! NO is an exception, an individual case!
     
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    Sameer did well yesterday def Emil Holst! Emil is no pushover even for top 15 players! He'll be up against WZM who is surely inconsistent and but is also extremely talented! It'll be a big test for youngster
     
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    Andres is a real rising star, + TU is going downhill both the reasons make this "UPSET" not so surprising for me!
    Watch out for Andres and Mia 2 young Danish stars and possibly future flag bearers
     
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    Sameer won the g1, 21-19 it was really close! He was up 13-10 and down 19-18 but did well to finish it early! Let go bro finish it in g2 only, a decider won't favor us
     
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    2 more new upsets created.



    Marcus ELLIS England
    Chris LANGRIDGE England
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    Indonesia Berry ANGRIAWAN
    Indonesia Ryan Agung SAPUTRA
    21-16 21-19
    0:50 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 1





    Kim ASTRUP Denmark
    Anders Skaarup RASMUSSEN Denmark
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    Japan Takeshi KAMURA [7]
    Japan Keigo SONODA
    21-15 21-19
    0:45 St. Jakobshalle Basel - 2





    Looks like most of the Japanese players unfortunately have been booted out from this tournament leaving behind Sayaka Sato and another WD. Too bad.
     

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