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Yonex Sunrise INDIA Open SS 2015 - Entry List & DRAW

Discussion in 'Yonex Sunrise India Open / Maybank Malaysia Open 2' started by CLELY, Feb 12, 2015.

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  1. arjevo

    arjevo Regular Member

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    where to get tickets from for this event. .or, are the organisers giving away free passes?
    don't wan't to miss the finals, wan't to be there to witness it all live for the very first time in my life :)
     
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    My goodness. An unknown indian player, Abishek Yelegar beats Giant Vladimir Ivanov in straight games convincingly.

    Exactly 1 year back , @ IBL, Even top players from India were struggling to beat Ivanov. Now, an unknown youngster had beaten him in straight games very convincingly. Thanks to Srikanth and Saina..
     
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    hey you visiting sirifort to witness it all live?
     
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    No.. I live far away (2100 kms) from Delhi. Between my work, i check the results then and there.
     
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    I wanted to visit too....not possible this year....would miss Lin Dan playing live..

    sorry, a bit offtopic - do they have yonex shops there? Can I get Voltric Z force 2 in discount? Have a friend there as a lines judge. Can ask him to fetch for me.
     
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    So, you are nearer to Delhi or around it ?
     
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    i have heard the entry is free for all six days, can't visit on weekdays due to office but would really try to make it for the finals day and click some pictures there, but for that i will have to reach the venue early to get the entry. .here's hoping to watch saina, lin dan and srikanth live on the finals day, really excited.
     
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    Justin,

    You're one of the best analyst here, but it unfortunate this forum is infected with people with tribal mentality, any comment/critique relating to players of a certain nationality automatically trigger a mob attack, not only on you, your name, but also on players of other nationality, usually Chinese. It's almost impossible to discuss/critique a subject on its on merit, be it the player or seeding issue. Is this some kind of 3rd world tribal forum? Is there a way improve the quality of this forum?


    [MENTION=1]kwun[/MENTION] [MENTION=7]Cheung[/MENTION]
     
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    Under "Settings", you can find a feature called "Ignored List". That can bring some serenity to this maddening world.
     
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    lol. Seems like the troller already appeared on forum again to preach his hypothesis. Now appeared on this thread to preach about "tribal" values. Lol. First called indians as "arrogant" , now what is left to blame on them when his whole mentality is in doubt !!! Better correct his mentality to approach the world . Otherwise, who knows what happens to his "modern" approach to dealing things.!!! ;)
     
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    The All England comment I made was on Saina the player, not on India or Indians.

    Thanks for proving me right abt the said mentality!!!
     
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    Hmm.

    Root cause analysis and action is not difficult.

    A timely reminder of a previous thread on the issue.

    This thread is now closed
     
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