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Yonex DENMARK Open SS Premier 2014 : SEMIFINALS (18th October 2014)

Discussion in 'Dutch / Denmark Open 2014' started by CLELY, Oct 17, 2014.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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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 (12.00pm local time, 2 courts) : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...032FB5-FD58-4259-A71C-4A4B52A4C4FE&d=20141018

    Well, the semifinal round is on the way, several matches involve players from same nation which mean they have secured final spot, INA (XD), CHN (WS, WD, XD) and JPN (WD).

    MS, the underdogs Kashyap and Tian HW have produced sterling performance here, well done! Let's see if they could repeat same feat against Chen L and Son WH today.

    WS goes to scenario, top-4 seeded players in last four. Will Sung JH deny all CHN final? Tough task for her.

    MD, Lee YD/Yoo YS v home hero Boe/Mogensen and Fu HF/Zhang N v reigning World Champion Ko SH/Shin BC should be noteworthy matches to watch, no wonder the organizer put both ties at TV court

    WD, CHN v JPN, on paper Wang/Yu v Matsutomo/Takahashi for finale

    XD, CHN v INA, Widianto/Dili created a breakthrough to stun top pair Fischer/Pedersen yesterday, don't think they will pass Ahmad/Natsir. The same story for Liu/Bao who will be up against their senior Xu/Ma.
     
  2. cobalt

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    [MENTION=15311]CLELY[/MENTION] I shudder to think what we'd do without you! :crying:
    Surely your seat in heaven is a given! :D
     
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    Bit confused as to why organizers put INA XD match instead of SWH vs THW on TV court...
     
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    Probably because they will stream both courts anyway so it really doesn't matter which court they put which match on. Unless you want to hear GC's commentary.
     
  5. CLELY

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    Don't worry cobalt, any BCer can replace me to create thread regularly :)

    That makes me wonder too, maybe I guess it's about the fairness as both KOR and CHN already have 3 matches at TV court.
     
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    LN is more popular than THW.
     
  7. pcll99

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    too bad they put MJ/TYT vs WYL/YY on court 2.

    their previous encounter at All England was one of the best WD in years.
     
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    Indeed she's our reliable Tournament BCer. Yet she's down to earth. Thanks Clely for your initiative and good work.
     
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    anybody got live streaming for the SF match?? Thanks.
     
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    It seems the senior INA XD pair is too experienced for their juniors who won G1 21-10. The end is near 20-15.
     
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    tight action at court 2.
     
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    As it was explained in another thread, the choice of who play on tv court is the result of a negociation between the tournament organisators, the tournament sponsor, and the BWF. The bigest voice is tournament sponsor.
     
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    Chen Long is using too many backhands unnecessarily, it won't be effective against Lee CW, more likely a liability; however, it's all right with PK.
     
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    Chen Long playing with little intensity, maybe lulled by Kashyap's rallying,stroke play.
     
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    Chen Long is rallying too much, bad idea.
     
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    Chen Long is cute, telling the service judge "You can't tell where my waist is?" by lifting up his shirt and pointing to his abdomen, and then proceeded to tuck in his shirt. :D
     
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    Have to say Chen Long has become more net-savvy, good for him.
     
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    Usually, I cheer for underdogs. That applies all the time, but for some reason I find CL so easy to cheer for. He strikes me as super likeable and I guess in a way he is a kind of underdog, trying to tunnel his own legacy out from under the shadows of LCW and LD. I bet I'll get sick of it in a few years, though, around the time when he starts dominating the sport.
     
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    Kashyap just falling apart..8 consecutives for CL now
     

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