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Yonex DENMARK Open SS Premier 2014 : FINALS (19th October 2014)

Discussion in 'Dutch / Denmark Open 2014' started by CLELY, Oct 18, 2014.

  1. CLELY

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    Venue
    : Odense Sports Park

    Total prize-money
    : US$600,000

    Tournament website
    : http://www.badmintondenmark.com/cms/...33&pageid=1649

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

    Order of Play (12.30pm local time) : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...032FB5-FD58-4259-A71C-4A4B52A4C4FE&d=20141019

    Final day is expected to show world class action, CHN has representative in all 5 disciplines, three defending champions have chance to retain their titles, here we go :

    WD, Misaki Matsutomo (JPN) v Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang (CHN)
    Head-to-head statistics : 0-2
    The mighty Wang/Yu is far from their best, possibly JPN would nail the title. This tie will be long and present many rallies as usual WD matches.

    XD, Xu Chen/Ma Jin (CHN) v Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir (INA)
    H-2-H stat : 9-6
    The last meeting of them is still fresh from memory, Incheon AG semifinal when INA pair demolished CHN #2 convincingly. Equal chance for both pairs, it depends on their strategy, who's better today?

    WS, Li Xuerui (CHN) v Wang Yihan (CHN)
    H-2-H stat : 5-8
    Looking at Li XR performance yesterday, Wang YH has chance to defend her title here. She is on top and seems unstoppable to get another triumphant here.

    MS, Son Wan Ho (KOR) v Chen Long (CHN)
    H-2-H stat : 2-6
    Well, this two guys had met three times in last two months, WC quarterfinal, Incheon AG team event final and individual event quarterfinal, Son WH played impressive badminton recently. He outclassed Tian HW and will pose big threat for Chen Long, interesting final showdown!

    MD, Lee Yong Dae/Yoo Yeon Seong (KOR) v Fu Haifeng/Zhang Nan (CHN)
    H-2-H stat : 1-0
    First ever SS Premier final for the energetic CHN combo. We'll see fast and furious display from both pairs.
     
  2. nilesh123

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    my predictions
    WZL/YY
    LN/TA
    WYH although I'll be supporting LXR
    CL (A tough one CL is cute and appealing whereas SWH is very talented and how he played In AG and yesterday against THW).
    LYD/YYS(LYD the formidable favourite is the only reason but I have a strong opinion that NZ/FHF will force atleast a rubber and a deuce.)
     
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    WXL/YY has of late lost their aura of (near) invincibility, thanks largely to YY.
     
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    GC, Yu Yang's problem is not injury but illness for which she was hospitalised for surgical operation and three months recuperation.
     
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    Longest rally so far.
     
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    Wang XL also said Denmark is like a fairyland which the translator missed saying.
     
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    Just noticed, no matter what Xu Chen and Ma jin are moving to the second place in rankings in the coming rankings. That would make a 1,2 China in rankings.
     
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    Is Xu Chen using N80?
     
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    I put $100 on the Chinese woman to win the WS.
     
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    "Let's go, China, let's go", I heard the Danish crowd chanting sometimes.
     
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    Morten Frost, fyi, at the Copenhagen WC, WYH was nursing a thigh muscle injury which hampered her movement in a lop-sided defeat to Carolina Marin.
     
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    LXR getting aggressive! 7-2 in her favor.
     
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    LXR, start learning to use your brains and think on your feet. Apart from you defeating yourself in the big matches for the most coveted titles, your No.1 threat is none other than Wang Yihan.
     
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    WYH is always at her best against her teammates.
     
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    WYH is slowly crawling back 6-8. But a smash from LXR brought her back to 9-6.
    Some cautious rally, but LXR netted and WYH WON ANOTHER POINT 8-9.
     
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    LXR leads 11-8 at the interval.
     
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    Right LXR, mix and match your shots, make it less predictable for WYH who knows your game so well.
     
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    LXR led 11-8 in G1.
    Can she last the distance if the match went to rubber?
     
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    Wang Yihan is losing all the flat exchanges...
     
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    I see LXR showing good court sense. Play aggressively, at the same time keep her guessing and disguised your shots a little.
     

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