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Yonex-Sunrise VIETNAM Grand Prix Open 2014 (1st-7th September 2014)

Discussion in 'Vietnam GP / Indonesia Open GPG 2014' started by CLELY, Sep 1, 2014.

  1. fauci

    fauci Regular Member

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    From Reuters:

    "This stadium was too old, nearly 30 years old," said Mai Ba Hung, deputy head of the city's Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

    "It is awaiting major reconstruction, so safety checks may have been a bit loose," Hung told Reuters by telephone.
     
  2. Cheung

    Cheung Moderator

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    Since it was built 30years ago, your theory holds less validity. China had not even opened up in 1984 :)
     
  3. CLELY

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    I think this is the first time for that mishap, can't imagine if the stadium is fully packed :eek::

    Poor construction and old building problem often occurs in developing countries...

    Day-4 tournament (10.00am local time, 4 courts) will stage : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=C36BBEFE-B7D9-4EC8-B46C-821960390346
    MS : R/16
    WS : R/32
    MD : R/32
    WD : R/32
    XD : R/16

    The upset so far in MS happened at first round, 4th seed Wong Wing Ki lost to Japanese player Kenta Nishimoto.
     
  4. suetyan

    suetyan Regular Member

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    Yes, Sis. I too can't imagine if the court was occupied! There was once, roof leakage and water dropped onto to court. But I forgot which tournament. If I am not wrong, it was happened in India.
     
  5. CLELY

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    The roof leakage incident also occured in Singapore Indoor Stadium, CMIIW ;)

    WS, MD, WD players will play two rounds today, R/16 and QF. Quarterfinal round will be started on 06.00pm local time, Order of play : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=C36BBEFE-B7D9-4EC8-B46C-821960390346
     
  6. CLELY

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    Interesting to see Thi Trang Vu make the semifinals of two events.
     
  8. scorpion1

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    Sis, you are wrong. That did not happen in india. It actually happened in indonesia in 2012 indonesia open. See saina vs shixian's match, play was stopped for almost 15 mins. Just for your information if you forgot.
     
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    Hayom won suprisingly.......
     
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    I haven't seen the match, so can't really tell but, Tien Minh still seems to not have regained his past form. First time he loses a set to Hayom.
     
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    Good .. prannoy reached final... need to work hard to beat rumbaka. All the very best ...
     
  12. CLELY

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    FINALS (01.00pm) => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...6BBEFE-B7D9-4EC8-B46C-821960390346&d=20140907

    INA camp have assured 2 titles through all INA finals in WD & XD also Japanese players as well, pretty Aya Ohori v former World Junior Champion Nozomi OKuhara.

    MS and MD will present two interesting final ties,
    - Hayom v Prannoy, both of them were pushed to the limit by their opponents Nguyen TM and Tan CS respectively yesterday, tricky test for Hayom to win title here after he's back to club last June.

    - Adistia/Gunawan v Kazuno/Yamada, equal chance for both pairs to add title, Adistia/Gunawan won TPE GP Gold while Kazuno/Yamada bagged RUS GP title last July.
     
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    Anybody tell me what happened to MS result? Prannoy lost?
     
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    XD
    Muhammad Rijal [1] Indonesia
    Vita Marissa Indonesia
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    Indonesia Irfan Fadhilah [2]
    Indonesia Weni Anggraini
    21-18 21-10 - 0:30
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    WS
    Nozomi Okuhara Japan
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    Japan Aya Ohori
    21-15 21-11 [View Head to head] 0:36
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    MS
    Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka [1] Indonesia
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    India Prannoy H. S. [5]
    18-21 21-15 21-18 [View Head to head] 1:03
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    WD
    Geovani Mareta Dea Indonesia
    Rosyita Eka Putri Sari Indonesia
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    Indonesia Gebby Ristiyani Imawan
    Indonesia Mahadewi Istirani Ni Ketut
    21-19 15-21 21-10 [View Head to head] 0:55
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    MD
    Andrei Adistia [7] Indonesia
    Hendra Aprida Gunawan Indonesia
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    Japan Kenta Kazuno [8]
    Japan Kazushi Yamada
    15-21 23-21 21-17 [View Head to head] 0:53
     
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    Prannoy HS lost a close game to Rumbaka:
    21-18 15-21 18-21

    I am surprise that INA can bag MD, XD, WD and MS in this event probably because there is no CHN and no Koreans playing in the tournament. In WS there is no CHN, THA but JPN powerhouse is there so they won the WS final among themselves.
     
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    Yup, big winning for INA players to scoop 4 of 5 titles and Japan nailed WS title through Nozomi Okuhara. WS department is obviously INA weakest link that needs revamping immediately.
     
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    First tournament outside of PBSI, Hayom immediately won.

    Another Simon in the making ? Hopefully yes, perhaps Hayom can surprise people by winning a super series or beating LCW.
     

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