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Yonex-Sunrise INDIA Open SS 2015 : Qualifying & Round of 32 (24th & 25th March 2015)

Discussion in 'Yonex Sunrise India Open / Maybank Malaysia Open 2' started by CLELY, Mar 23, 2015.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    Trailing far behind 7-16, Sho Sasaki is closing the gap now, 14-17...
     
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    What happened to you B S Pareeneeth in g1
    Lost 21-4 agnst young VA
     
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    2014 SS Finals runner-up and tournament 5th seed HK Vittinghus was sent packing by home qualifier Sameer Verma in straight-sets.
     
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    I was expecting a tough match for Xue Song vs Chou Tien Chen, so it came as a surprise that he could win it ,in two straights to boot, 21-14 and 21-16, in 37 mins. Commendable. Let's see how far XS can go here.
     
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    Another MS upset, 4th seed Chou Tien Chen got first round exit, ousted by Xue Song, 14-21 / 16-21.
     
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    Thanks to MR EPIC for the livestream http://videostream.dn.ua/ . But suddenly it's become so laggy, it's unwatchable, a pain, don't know what happened.
     
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    Chou still have to confirm his splendid results last automn
     
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    What a match this was
    Congo Mads Kolding/Mads Conrad :)
    Superbly played and well deserved.. Go ahead and overtake your arrogant and disgusting seniors(BoMoe) :p
     
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    OMG even AP seems to have gained weight...
    Is she planning to challenge her partner JG :p
     
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    where are you watching live?
     
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    MS, WS and XD have been completed, no upset for WS category so far while two seeded tumbled in MS, Chou TC (4th) and Vittinghus (5th), the only XD upset based on seeding position, Chrisnanta/Neo (6th) eliminated by Tan AQ/Lai PJ.
     
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    OK, a few complaints.

    Firstly, I am quite annoyed by those two or three Indians shouting "let's go denmark" even when an Indian is playing. Shouldn't they cheer for Sai praneeth instead of Axelsen? It almost felt like victor axelsen had more support than sai. This is so unfair. Have they been paid by the danes or what?

    Also, I wish India had a stadium with cool and serene lights like say in Denmark or Singapore or Indonesia. Shouldn't the lighting at superseries level be a bit more cooler? I don't mind bright lights at IBL or even at Lucknow Syed Modi GPG being so bright. But at superseries level I feel we should have stadium with more stylish lightning.



    OK. Now back to today's matches.

    Srikanth looked in good touch. If he can play like this I feel he will be able to beat Kento Momota tomorrow. Looking at his draw- KM will be the biggest hurdle for the next 2 or 3 rounds.

    Saina looked like she meant business. In the end Saina won easily. But despite the score, I was quite impressed by her young 16 year old opponent Riya Mukherjee. She displayed some really good stroke making and net play. What led her down was her laziness on court and unpolished movements. If she can remove those weaknesses she can become a world class player. I did some reasearch on this girl Riya Mukherjee. She is from Bengal and 2 years back won the u15,u17,u19 titles in Bengal. And now she is training in Lucknow under some Indonesian coaches.

    Tomorrow Saina will be playing Ruthvika Shivani who is one of the best(perhaps the best) junior player in WS in India at the moment. Interested in seeing tomorrow's scoreline.

    Kashyap won his match and Sameer Verma defeated HKV.

    Jwala and Ashwini have been disappointing for a while now. They made way too many unforced errors.

    Overall a decent day for India.
     
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    Maybe it is a new way of match fixing-to pay the crowd to cheer for the player you want to win:eek: lol
     
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    The results in the first round seems to have shown and proved to the world that China continue to dominate the world of badminton. Although 2 of their men doubles have not played, all their players who participated in this tournament have safely sailed through to the second round of the match. I believe 2 of their men doubles who have not played will surely qualify as well. Yes nobody can deny that China is indeed very, very strong and good in badminton.
     
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    LOL:D
    seems like crowd-fixing.:crying:
     
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    China have indeed proved to the world that once again they are the powerhouse in women doubles. In the All England super series, all their women doubles reached the semifinals. this time around, China continued to show that they are once again dominant in women doubles when their youngster Ou Dongni / Yu Xiaohan won over Ashwinni Ponnappa / Jwalla Gupta 21-16, 21-18. With new young women doubles also rising up I believe China will continue to dominate the women doubles events. I strongly believe that China women doubles can reach the finals.

    Before the match started I thought that Ashwinni / Jwalla will win the match. I am so sad to see the India women doubles lose the match. :crying:
     
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    Also, as the commentators pointed out, Riya wore a very strange shirt.
     
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    A few matches here I believe are worth mentioning because they win over their opponents with a big marginal score.

    1. Tan Aik Quan / Lai Pei Jing win Danny / Vanessa 21-12, 21-17.

    2. Victor Axelsen win Sai Praneeth (21-4, 21-18)

    3. Wang Chi Lin / Cheng Chi Ya win Arun Vishnu / Aparma Balan (21-15, 21-9)

    4. Keigo Sonoda / Naoko Fukuman (Japanese youngster) win Rishabh Sahdev / Mohita Sahdev
    (21-7, 21-8).

    5. Liu Cheng / Bao yi Xin win (21-12, 21-5).

    6. Xue Yao (China youngster) win Thulasi 21-16, 21-15.

    There are also many examples of such scores but I didn't manage to put all in. As a conclusion China continue to show that they are really capable of winning and all their players have proceeded to the second round. Congratulations. :)
     
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    Lolzz
    Actually they shouted and supported Mads(Den) the same way..I think they were diehard fans of Den
     

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