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Yonex-Sunrise MALAYSIA Masters 2015 : Qualification-FINAL (13th-18th January 2015)

Discussion in 'Yonex Sunrise Malaysia Masters / Syed Modi Interna' started by CLELY, Jan 12, 2015.

  1. ngkt67

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    Malaysia has secure one semifinal spot in MD, others unlikely make it...
     
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    Sindhu saved game point and grabbed three consecutive points and seal game 1, 23-21.
     
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    The Japanese WD Fukuman/Yonao really wasted golden chance to finish the match after healthy lead 16-5 then their compatriot Matsuo/Naito catched up until took game 2, 22-20.
     
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    The aggressive Yip PY surprised Takahashi in game 1, 21-18. Sindhu controls game 2 convincingly, 21-9 and she will face Japanese promising talent Nozomi Okuhara tomorrow.
     
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    Sindhu vs Okuhara could be a David vs Goliath match....

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    No bwf youtube streaming?
     
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    wow - I love both of them, if each play up to their games it should be a hard fought match. It would be great if there was a live feed or broadcast.
     
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    In India, matches will be telecast on Star Sports 2.
    The matches will also be streamed LIVE online by BWF, as per the BWF's official Facebook page.
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    Thanks Mr. Epic!
     
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    Indeed, both of them have stunning height difference. These two talented stars also have same age, it's gonna be exciting duel.

    SEMIFINALS (02.00pm local time, 2 courts) => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...CFA5AB-0E9F-4AFC-BFFB-40A7FE3E9938&d=20150117

    LIVE TV matches (court 1) :
    1) WD : Christinna Pedersen/Kamilla Rytter Juhl (DEN) v Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth/Rizki Amelia Pradipta (INA)

    2) WS : Nozomi Okuhara (JPN) v P.V. Sindhu (IND)

    3) MS : Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk (THA) v Lee Hyun Il (KOR)

    4) XD : Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen (DEN) v Chan Peng Soon/Lai Pei Jing (MAS)

    5) MD : Chen Hung Lin/Wang Chi Lin (TPE) v Goh V Shem/Tan Wee Kiong (MAS)

    JPN and INA have guaranteed 1 final ticket through WS and XD respectively. Sindhu is the only non Japanese WS who manage semifinal berth. Korean WD Chae Yoo Jung/Kim Ji Won created big upset yesterday to shock Asian Games Gold medalist Maheswari/Polii in straight-sets.
     
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    yet MAS MS failed to reach semifinals, without LCW totally cannot reliable...
    even more they win the 1st game but lose the remaining 2 games later, is it lack of consistency or stamina...?
     
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    Live Streaming in India

    Will anybody suggest the link for live streaming in India.

    BWF Badminton World TV is not accessible in India. Thanks
     
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    Tight first set for PV 21-19
     
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    The umpire is way too lenient.
     
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    Thanks H4rvi
    your suggested link is working
     
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    Sindhu seems to be running out of ideas.
     
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    Yes Sindhu running out of ideas and steam too. Looks too tired. Okuhara has better fitness and stamina. Okuhara will beat Sindhu on that count.
     
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    The semifinal has been completed, disappointment for home fans as none of MAS players cruise to finale. As predicted Christinna Pedersen marched on for two finals, WD and XD, will she bag double joy tomorrow?

    Sindhu was dictated with long rallies by Okuhara particularly in game 2 and decider, she couldn't develop her attacking style as usual.

    FINALS (02.00pm local time) => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...CFA5AB-0E9F-4AFC-BFFB-40A7FE3E9938&d=20150118

    WD, Christinna Pedersen/Kamilla Rytter Juhl (DEN) v Naoko Fukuman/Kurumi Yonao (JPN)
    H-2-H stats : 0-0
    The Dane is overwhelming fave to pick their first title in this year.

    WS, Sayaka Takahashi (JPN) v Nozomi Okuhara (JPN)
    H-2-H : 1-1
    Okuhara shows positive trend after her comeback last year and won over Sindhu at semifinal will boost high confidence to win GP Gold title against Takahashi

    MS, Jeon Hyeok Jin (KOR) v Lee Hyun Il (KOR)
    H-2-H : 0-2
    The former KOR #1 will crown MS title for sure against his junior, best achievement so far for 19 years old Jeon HJ.

    XD, Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen (DEN) v Praveen Jordan/Debby Susanto (INA)
    H-2-H : 3-0
    The only discipline which fulfill final scenario, #1 v #2 seed. Seems Danish combo is on fire, tough chance for INA #3 to upset them.

    MD, Chen Hung Ling/Wang Chi Lin (TPE) v Kazushi Yamada/Kenta Kazuno (JPN)
    H-2-H : 0-0
    Both pairs are surprising finalists, MD category often hard to predict. Yamada/Kazuno had won Russia GP last and Osaka IC last year while TPE pair best result so far is semifinalist in 2014 MAC & TPE GP Gold, maybe tomorrow will be their first ever title.
     
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    Here's what Sindhu had to say after her match:
    “Nozomi is little but she has strong leg power. She can run everywhere and still have a good control of the game. Actually, most of the Japanese players are short, except for one or two, but they are tough,” said Sindhu.

    “You have to be prepared to go the full distance against the Japanese players. I could have handled her if not for some unforced errors I committed in the third game.

    “Japan have four to five good women’s singles shuttlers and I appreciate their presence. Together with some good players from Thailand, South Korea and India, we are able to give China a good fight ... this keeps the women’s singles event interesting,” added Sindhu, who will head home to focus on the Indian Open GP Gold starting on Wednesday.

    Source - http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Badminton/2015/01/17/Petite-Nozomi-standing-tall-on-the-court/
     

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