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Yonex Sunrise India Open Qualifications-R1

Discussion in 'New Zealand Open / India Open 2016' started by nilesh123, Mar 28, 2016.

  1. nilesh123

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    Yonex Sunrise India Open
    29th March- 3rd April
    The stage for the first SS tourney of the year is set and the rambunctious Indian fans awaits a successful tourney here at New Delhi!
    • MS:
    The most looked after discipline if highly anticipated and a string of ferocious battles are awaited! The W#1 CL decides to skip the tourney for the upcoming Mas PSS Datuk LCW occupies the #1 seed and is expected to face very familiar foe the Super Dan in SF! whereas the currently off-colour defending champion Kidambi Srikanth spear heading the Indian callenge at home turf has a difficult task with CHN#3 THW as his very firt opp! The #2 3 and 5 and 6th seeds KM, JOJ VA and CTC are all pumped up to give the favs a run for money! Others notable paticpants include the INA hope TS the CHN surprise package XS, HKG flag bearers HY, NKLA, and Wei Nan alongwith a whole pack of young Indians! images (8).jpg


    • WS:
    The most intriguing discipline lately, the battle to book a berth for Rio is as fierce as it can be! The defending Champion and Indian hope SN have a daunting task, an uphill highway since she returns back to the competitive world after a rusty gap! The 2x WC and the #1 seed CM is the hot fav alongwith young JPN senation the inform NO! Both the former who was the SF last year will lok forward to get a step closer whereas, the latter will be highly focused for yet another feather in the hat! The likes of OG Champ LXR former #1 WSX, former WC RI, WYH the Dubai SSF champ TTY, the Kor leading lady SJH and another local hope PVS will match sholder to shoulder for what is expected to be yet another thriller!
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    • WD:
    The defending champion AT/MM will be the hot favs judging by their recent performances although the #1 seeds NKM/GP and the expereinced Danes CP/KRJ all all set to seal the deal! The CHN pairs of YY/TYT and TJH/HYQ are expected to give stiff resistance as they puts everything on the table for a ticket to Rio! Must watchout pair the CHN youngster Chen/Jia Yifan may surprise many! The Korean torch is in the safe hands of their warhorses JKE/SSC and the NZ GPG RU CYN/LSH!
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    • MD:
    In the absence of the top guns the defending Champs CB/HW are expected to bring some laurels for the shaky CHN MD contingent! Kims will give it all as they are eager to prove their candidnacy for the OG Ko/Shin, Mads/Mads amd the INA pair of Ricky/Angga are others to watch!

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    • XD:
    The withdrawls of #1 seeds TA/LN has made the field wide open for almost everyone in contest! Ko/Kim, Adcocks Shin/Chae amd the Danes are expected to steal the show! images (9).jpg
     
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    Predictions!???
     
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    Both WSX and LXR are playing so i don't know which list you are looking at.
     
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    Rambunctious! I learn a lot at BC!
     
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    In the first round, there is Axelsen-Hu Yun, Son WH-Wang ZM, Tanongsak-Prannoy, Vittinghus-Sasaki. They all look to be tight affairs.
     
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    Among the WS, the lovely and NZ grand prix gold runner up Ohori is to meet LXR! too bad, I wanted to see her again but I guess her fate is sealed.
     
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    Thanks nilesh123 to open this thread :)

    The latest withdrawal according to ts com update : Carolina Marin (ESP), Nozomi Okuhara (JPN), Endo/Hayakawa (JPN), Liu XL/Qiu ZH (CHN), Ivanov/Sozonov (RUS), Goliszewski/Nelte (GER), Tian Q/Zhao YL (CHN), Bolotova/Kosetskaya (RUS), Ahmad/Natsir (INA), Chan PS/Goh LY (MAS), Jordan/Susanto (INA).

    IND time : http://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wtzresult.php?CiID=14799&forma=Find Time

    Live-streaming : - https://www.youtube.com/user/bwf
    - http://videostream.dn.ua/videopage/videoPage.php?g=c2J2b2JoK2F0Y3ZsbmhZ&c=en&i=eWlhaXVidGd1bA№f№f

    Both Lee Chong Wei and Lin Dan will up against qualifier at opening round, all badminton fans expect the epic duel between these two prominent MS at semifinal. On paper scenario, Lee must overcome Wei Nan, the man who shocked him at Denmark Premier last year then challenge Danish rising star Viktor Axelsen in last eight while Lin will face either Son Wan Ho or Wang Zhengming at last sixteen and Tommy Sugiarto or homester H.S.Prannoy at quarterfinal. It's unfavourable draw for local hope Srikanth Kidambi to meet his boogeyman Tian Houwei in very early round, barring any upsets two strong contenders at bottom half of draw Jan O Jorgensen and Kento Momota will cross sword at last four.

    Last year beaten finalist Carolina Marin and newly crowned All England champion Nozomi Okuhara pulled out from this tournament, leaving Ratchanok Intanon and Tai Tzu Ying are the two remaining seeded WS at upper half of draw and it means the unseeded players will capitalize that situation to chase quarterfinal spot. Two Chinese leading shuttlers, Li Xuerui and Wang Shixian once again are projected to face off in last eight while home darling Saina Nehwal should have no serious threat until quarterfinal to set up a meeting with Sung Ji Hyun.
     
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    Tournament time-table :
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    LIVE TV will be started on quarterfinal round (Friday) onwards.
     
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    Hopefully, another clasico this Saturday. And the next too, in the Malaysian ssp. Exams are over, so can watch now!
     
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    Is there any entry ticket or is it free like last year?
    One of my badminton group mate got a chance of clicking a selfie with Lin Dan. .I am so jealous, Lin Dan practiced with tian houwei on Sunday.. .but I missed the show..damn.
     
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    Probably free.
     
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    Oh no Okuhara has withdrawn :'(

    She has played so many tournaments already though (21) I guess she prefers to take extra week of training and rest until the Malaysia Open SS

    A shame that three of the WS top will not be playing in this tournament.
     
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    Unfortunate for youngster Kaushal. So near so far. Lost to Wei feng chong with scores 22-24,19-21
     
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    Sameer is struggling.
     
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    RMV is a big disappointment.
     
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    Dani loses tamely to Tago 16-21, 16-21
     
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    I bet there will be a lot of big-name upsets at the 2016 India Open SS.
    Everyone is in a mad chase for Olympic qualifying points.
     
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    In the WS Qualifiers:

    Two Indian ex-Junior champs (both trainees of Gopichand) fought it out and the senior won...
    Former Under-19 champ Ruthvika Shivani beat the former Under-17 champ Vrushali Gummed.

    Now, Ruthvika Shivani is almost certain to make it to the Women's Singles main draw.
    To qualify, she still needs to beat Gabriel Grace of Nigeria - and that can't be a very difficult task.
     
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    Sourabh Verma to play

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