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Yonex-Sunrise HONG KONG Open 2016 : DRAW

Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open / Scottish Open / Macau Open 2016' started by CLELY, Nov 1, 2016.

  1. hong_jh

    hong_jh New Member

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    so many players withdrawn
    i think jorgensen have a high chance to win
     
  2. nilesh123

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    was kinda expecting RI to do so and even HBJ can do with some rest. But, Sun Yu? what happened to her? i mean yes she looked considerably tired in the finale and more or less lost her script towards the end but i still think she is(was) one of the favs to win the last SS title of the year.
    VA too :(
     
  3. Justin L

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    He Bingjiao's withdrawal I can understand, she's jaded, mentally and physically tired, a pale shadow of herself in the CHN Open with only flashes of brilliance - five tournaments in two months, the last three consecutively in Europe, her first such experience; during her junior days, she at most played four GPG/GP level tournaments a year, mostly in Asia.

    But Sun Yu ? Intanon Ratchanok, why ?
     
  4. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Viktor, still so young and strong ? Hope nothing to do with injury or sickness.
     
  5. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Btw,I 've read that Chen Long is going to withdraw from the HK Open and the following Dubai SSF as well even though he has automatic qualification as Olympic Champion.
     
  6. nilesh123

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    oh no, why??
     
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    chen long need to prepare well to get his best form again
     
  8. nilesh123

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    any chance for PVS to qualify for Dubai SSF?
     
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    K.Srikanth has withdrawn as well. What's happening?
     
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    She has a chance. Last year, Sindhu lost in round 2 of China Open and 1st round of Hongkong open.

    This year she won China open and she has to go till Semifinals of Hongkong open atleast . Nozomi okuhara also has withdrawn. So Sindhu has greater chance to qualify.
     
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    I hope SYQ or Prannoy can win.
     
  12. nokh88

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    Do they have a valid reason to withdraw? Will they be penalized?
     
  13. Maurice MJC

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    Viktor Axelsen did not withdraw. He chose to skip this tournament beforehand (was not registered)
     
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    thanks for the clarification.
     
  15. nilesh123

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    I read somewhere his injury was quite severe.

    the upsets have already hit the mark, Ko/Kim[1] lost in straight sets
     
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    He posted this on twitter -
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    Chan/Goh's game is still not solid enough. They lost tamely to the Koreans which was recently paired.
     
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    Ko/Kim, World No 1 was defeated in straight sets. Chung Man/Ying Suet's biggest win yet. I am very excited to see whether they can continue their momentum in futurre matches.
     
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    So XD Rio silver medalist will not qualify for Dubai.
     
  20. nokh88

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    They are not that "solid". Not consistent. The silver at OG was a one off.
     

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