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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
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    Wong Choong Hann vs Guru
    Don't think the veteran has it in him to beat this attacking youngster... but its always good to see WCH back in tournaments

    Fuzzy vs Songphon/Sudket
    Fuzzy should win.

    Btw, what happened to Liew Daren?
    Great GSD has done himself proud , one more hurdle to cross

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    The schedule is crazy, not enough rest for players to play second round match of this qualifying round

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    The schedule is crazy, not enough rest for players to play second round match of this qualifying round
    Quite true wonder why a major tournament like this gives such treatment to the qualifiers

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    MASWong Choong Hann vs Guru Don't think the veteran has it in him to beat this attacking youngster... but its always good to see WCH back in tournaments Fuzzy vs Songphon/SudketFuzzy should win.Btw, what happened to Liew Daren?
    Daren just came back from SEA games right? Hendarawan felt he's not ready / exhausted perhaps?

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    A very looong match, Qiao Bin def.TPE MS Hsu Jen Hao in 92 mins

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    As predicted, Afiat/Rendy lost to KOR Kim/Shin, straight-sets 13-21 / 10-21, really stiff competition here, hard to secure main draw ticket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    A very looong match, Qiao Bin def.TPE MS Hsu Jen Hao in 92 mins
    How come so long? It does not suggest so from the score, unless every point end with long rallies....

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    hsu jen hao need a better training to utilize his potential

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Daren just came back from SEA games right? Hendarawan felt he's not ready / exhausted perhaps?
    Ones with low fitness level cant take it .............with 2 tournament in a row....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajay1958 View Post
    Quite true wonder why a major tournament like this gives such treatment to the qualifiers
    Imagine a qualifier after playing two matches the same day,one in the morning and another at night, to qualify and in less than 8 hours the next day join the main draw to play in round 1 and,horrors,meet Lin Dan,Lee CW, or Chen Long! This is the norm in every SS tournament, that's why these players have to be supreme athletes, and that's also why ,I believe, all the top players are not too bothered whether their opponents enjoyed a rest day or not - just avoid injury and be in good form,hopefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Too bad Viktor lost straight-set to home player, Qiao Bin.
    No wonder they say every Chinese player,known or unknown,is dangerous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Imagine a qualifier after playing two matches the same day,one in the morning and another at night, to qualify and in less than 8 hours the next day join the main draw to play in round 1 and,horrors,meet Lin Dan,Lee CW, or Chen Long! This is the norm in every SS tournament, that's why these players have to be supreme athletes, and that's also why ,I believe, all the top players are not too bothered whether their opponents enjoyed a rest day or not - just avoid injury and be in good form,hopefully.
    It's a dilemma. But the system is in place to enter the lower ranking tournaments, and get enough points to overcome having to play in the qualifiers.

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    vicious cycle. only the best deserves it.

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    I'm pretty sad that Kashyap Parupalli has to meet Kenichi Tago tomorrow. They are two of
    my favorite players..... and I'm dying to see them at least in quarterfinal.

    PS. This is my first post here in BC, so helloooooooooo everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Too bad Viktor lost straight-set to home player, Qiao Bin.
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    Yes, too bad for Viktor. I never thought that Qiao Bin was good enough to defeat him.
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    Thumbs up Welcoming dinda to BadmintonCentral !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by dinda View Post
    I'm pretty sad that Kashyap Parupalli has to meet Kenichi Tago tomorrow. They are two of
    my favorite players..... and I'm dying to see them at least in quarterfinal.

    PS. This is my first post here in BC, so helloooooooooo everyone!
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    So... Welcome to BadmintonCentral dinda.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
    I believe these players can qualify;

    * Viktor Axelsen (DEN)
    * Nichaon Jindapon (THA)
    * Yohanes Rendy Sugiarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan (INA)
    * Wong Choong Han (MAS)
    * Kenichi Hayakawa/Misaki Matsutomo (JPN)
    * Iris Wang (USA)
    * Sindhu P. V. (IND)
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    Not one of my guesses is correct.
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