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Discussion in 'Korea Masters / China Open 2016' started by CLELY, Nov 14, 2016.
All courts playing doubles
Good defence by Li Yinhui, she got to let herself go and prove she's worthy of Zhang Nan.
Li Yinhui suddenly playing so well
And Zhang Nan/Li Yinhui earns the right to face off against their young teammates, the most in form and now WR#2 XD pair in the world, Zheng Siwei/Chen Qingchen, tomorrow.
Hu Yun, the super late bloomer, versus one of the rising stars, Viktor Axelsen.
Umpire nomination process:
The host country appoints umpires for Grand Prix Gold and Grand Prix tournaments and tournaments at International Challenge, International Series and Future Series.
Stages of the nomination process for BWF Events:
For each event, the BWF Office and Events Committee Chair agree on the number of umpires to be selected based on the competition format and other considerations such as financial resources.
The quota for BWF major events is agreed by the Events Committee and Council;
The BWF invites the Continental Confederations to recommend the umpires as per the agreed quota, together with a few reserves;
The Nomination List is provided to the BWF by the Confederations in priority order;
The referee may be consulted on the nomination of the umpires;
The Events Committee finalises the Nomination List;
The Council approves the Nomination List;
The BWF issues invitations based on the lists and copied in Continental Confederations and Member Associations.
Guess its normal to have the umpire from the same country as the competing players.
Hu YUn sends VA scrambling all over the place
Hu Yun is so late to the shuttle and gets it back with interest.
But he can't be doing that too often without VA getting the hang of it. Must be tiring for HY as well.
Hu yun hitting his face hehe
Hu Yun put a lot of pomade in his hair, it seems :/
Though Chen Long isn't at his Rio'16 best, he didn't appear too rusty and was good enough to stop the upstart Shi Yuqi in two convincing straight sets.
Hmm...Tian Houwei cleared another obstacle, Vincent Wong, to progress to the QFs.
I am quite surprised by the performance of Line Kjaersfeldt. She managed to win two very good rounds.
Marc Zwiebler's path comes to an end, stopped by Takuma Ueda.
Marin vs. TTY should be a great match in the SF tom, why put it on court 3?
Is Johnathan Christie of mixed Batak-Chinese parentage? Just Curious.
Have to ask this; anyone have a way to open the livestreaming on youtube?
Not sure. But his surname doesn't sound Batak.