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    Thumbs up 2012 Korea Open SSP: Fri 06-Jan (Quarter-Finals)

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    The 2012 Korea Open SSP Quarter-Finals matches.

    Here is the list of seeded players who have been eliminated:

    WS:
    Wang Xin [3]
    Tine Baun [5]
    Sung Ji Hyun [8]

    MS:
    Chen Long [3]
    Peter Gade [4]
    Chen Jin [5]
    Nguyen Tien Minh [7]

    WD:
    Mizuki Fujii/Reika Kakiiwa [3]
    Cheng Wen Hsing/Chien Yu Chin [6]

    MD:
    Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen [3]
    Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong [5]
    Mohammad Ahsan/Bona Septano [6]
    Chai Biao/Guo Zhengdong [7]
    Hirokatsu Hashimoto/Noriyasu Hirata [8]

    XD:
    Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei [1]
    Chen Hung Ling/Cheng Wen Hsing [5]
    Sudket Prapakamol/Saralee Thoungthongkam [6]
    Songphon Anugritayawon/Kunchala Voravichitchaikul [7]

    It's time now for some of the remaining seeded players to face each other.

    * For Schedule of Matches:
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...7EF&d=20120106

    * For Time in Korea;
    http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_KP.aspx

    * For Live Streaming, perhaps BCers from different countries can post the links that are working for their regions. Different countries sometimes cannot use the same links. So far these links are showing OK:
    http://www.sportlemon.tv/v-2/14/94/v-349522.html
    http://www.sportlemon.tv/v-2/14/94/v-349457.html

    * For our BC PAW Game, Sandy is working on the PAW Scoring Points for the Doubles matches. They should be out soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
    * For our BC PAW Game, Sandy is working on the PAW Scoring Points for the Doubles matches. They should be out soon.
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    And Sandy has just posted the PAW Scoring Points;

    Quarter Final


    WS:
    NO.[..] MT301: [ ]Wang.Yihan.[1]....... v
    [ ]Juliane.Schenk.[7]...(. 8 - 13 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT302: [ ]Saina.Nehwal.[4]..... v
    [ ]Jiang.Yanjiao.[6]....(. 9 - 11 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT303: [ ]Li.Xuerui............ v
    [ ]Bae.Youn.Joo.........(. 9 - 11 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT304: [ ]Gu.Juan.............. v
    [ ]Wang.Shixian.[2].....( 14 - 7 .) delete [ ]

    MS:
    NO.[..] MT305: [ ]Lee.Chong.Wei.[1].... v
    [ ]Kenichi.Tago.........(. 7 - 14 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT306: [ ]Du.Pengyu............ v
    [ ]Simon.Santoso.[8]....( 10 - 10 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT307: [ ]Sho.Sasaki.[6]....... v
    [ ]Marc.Zwiebler........(. 9 - 12 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT308: [ ]Jan.O.Jorgensen...... v
    [ ]Lin.Dan.[2]..........( 15 - 7 .) delete [ ]

    WD:
    NO.[..] MT309: [ ]Wang.X.L/Yu.Y.[1].... v
    [ ]Yao.L/S.Mulia.Sari...(. 7 - 15 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT310: [ ]Ha.J.E/Kim.M.J.[4]... v
    [ ]G.Polii/M.Jauhari.[8](. 9 - 12 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT311: [ ]S.Matsuo/M.Naito.[7]. v
    [ ]Jung.K.E/Kim.H.N.....(. 9 - 11 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT312: [ ]M.Maeda/S.Suetsuna[5] v
    [ ]Tian.Q/Zhao.Y.L.[2]..( 12 - 8 .) delete [ ]

    MD:
    NO.[..] MT313: [ ]Cai.Y/Fu.H.F.[1]..... v
    [ ]M.Fuchs/O.Roth.......(. 6 - 18 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT314: [ ]Ko.S.H/Yoo.Y.S.[4]... v
    [ ]H.Endo/K.Hayakawa....(. 8 - 13 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT315: [ ]Kim.K.J/Kim.S.R...... v
    [ ]Hong.Wei/Shen.Ye.....( 12 - 8 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT316: [ ]Fang.C.M/Lee.S.M..... v
    [ ]Jung.J.S/Lee.Y.D.[2].( 14 - 7 .) delete [ ]

    XD:
    NO.[..] MT317: [ ]He.Hanbin/Bao.Yixin.. v
    [ ]Nikolaenko/Sorokina..( 13 - 8 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT318: [ ]T.Ahmad/L.Natsir.[4]. v
    [ ]Lee.Y.D/Ha.J.E.......(. 8 - 13 ) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT319: [ ]Diju.V/Jwala.Gutta... v
    [ ]Fischer.N/Pedersen[3]( 13 - 7 .) delete [ ]
    NO.[..] MT320: [ ]T.Laybourn/K.R.Juhl-8 v
    [ ]Xu.Chen/Ma.Jin.[2]...( 13 - 8 .) delete [ ]

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    My guesses for players who could gain entries into the Semi-Finals are;

    WS:
    * Wang Yihan [1] (CHN)
    * Jiang Yanjiao [6] (CHN)
    * Li Xuerui (CHN)
    * Wang Shixian [2] (CHN)

    MS:
    * Lee Chong Wei [1] (MAS)
    * Simon Santoso [8] (INA)
    * Sho Sasaki [6] (JPN)
    * Lin Dan [2] (CHN)

    WD:
    * Wang X.L./Yu Y. [1] (CHN)
    * G.Polii/M.Jauhari [8] (INA)
    * S.Matsuo/M.Naito [7] (JPN)
    * Tian Q./Zhao Y.L. [2] (CHN)

    MD:
    * Cai Y./Fu H.F. [1] (CHN)
    * Ko S.H./Yoo Y.S. [4] (KOR)
    * Hong Wei/Shen Ye (CHN)
    * Jung J.S./Lee Y.D. [2] (KOR)

    XD:
    * He Hanbin/Bao Yixin (CHN)
    * Lee Y.D./Ha J.E. (KOR)
    * J.Fischer N./C.Pedersen [3] (DEN)
    * Xu Chen/Ma Jin [2] (CHN)

    But my guesses are usually only 50% correct.
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    Here are the competitors for the QF by countries;
    Code:
    MS WS MD WD XD Total
    China 2 4 2 2 2 12
    South Korea 1 3 2 1 7
    Japan 2 1 2 5
    Germany 1 1 1 1 4
    Denmark 1 2 3
    India 1 1 2
    Indonesia 1 1 2
    Singapore 1 1 2
    Malaysia 1 1
    Russia 1 1
    Taiwan 1 1
    8 8 8 8 8 40
    For completeness, the Round 2 competitors;
    Code:
    MS WS MD WD XD Total
    China 4 4 2 4 2 16
    South Korea 2 2 3 2 2 11
    Japan 2 2 2 3 9
    Denmark 1 1 2 2 2 8
    Indonesia 1 2 2 1 6
    Taiwan 1 3 2 6
    Germany 1 1 1 1 4
    Hong Kong 1 2 3
    India 1 1 1 3
    Malaysia 1 1 1 3
    Singapore 1 1 1 3
    Thailand 1 1 1 3
    Gt Britain 1 1 2
    Russia 2 2
    Poland 1 1
    16 16 16 16 16 80
    And the survival rate from Round 2 to QF;
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    Survival from R2 to QF
    Germany 4/4 100.0%
    China 12/16 75.0%
    India 2/3 66.7%
    Singapore 2/3 66.7%
    South Korea 7/11 63.6%
    Japan 5/9 55.6%
    Russia 1/2 50.0%
    Denmark 3/8 37.5%
    Indonesia 2/6 33.3%
    Malaysia 1/3 33.3%
    Taiwan 1/6 16.7%
    Hong Kong 0/3 0.0%
    Thailand 0/3 0.0%
    Gt Britain 0/2 0.0%
    Poland 0/1 0.0%
    Last edited by AlanY; 01-05-2012 at 12:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    Here are the competitors for the QF by countries;
    Code:
    MS WS MD WD XD Total
    China 2 4 2 2 2 12
    South Korea 1 3 2 1 7
    Japan 2 1 2 5
    Germany 1 1 1 1 4
    Denmark 1 2 3
    India 1 1 2
    Indonesia 1 1 2
    Singapore 1 1 2
    Malaysia 1 1
    Russia 1 1
    Taiwan 1 1
    8 8 8 8 8 40
    For completeness, the Round 2 competitors;
    Code:
    MS WS MD WD XD Total
    China 4 4 2 4 2 16
    South Korea 2 2 3 2 2 11
    Japan 2 2 2 3 9
    Denmark 1 1 2 2 2 8
    Indonesia 1 2 2 1 6
    Taiwan 1 3 2 6
    Germany 1 1 1 1 4
    Hong Kong 1 2 3
    India 1 1 1 3
    Malaysia 1 1 1 3
    Singapore 1 1 1 3
    Thailand 1 1 1 3
    Gt Britain 1 1 2
    Russia 2 2
    Poland 1 1
    16 16 16 16 16 80
    And the survival rate from Round 2 to QF;
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    Survival from R2 to QF
    Germany 4/4 100.0%
    China 12/16 75.0%
    India 2/3 66.7%
    Singapore 2/3 66.7%
    South Korea 7/11 63.6%
    Japan 5/9 55.6%
    Russia 1/2 50.0%
    Denmark 3/8 37.5%
    Indonesia 2/6 33.3%
    Malaysia 1/3 33.3%
    Taiwan 1/6 16.7%
    Hong Kong 0/3 0.0%
    Thailand 0/3 0.0%
    Gt Britain 0/2 0.0%
    Poland 0/1 0.0%
    WD is wrong, there is no German WD, instead it should be INA WD

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    looks like Im gonna skip my lunch.

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    Simon and Mel/Greys match are 45 - 55 , whereas Towi/Lily should be able to fend off LYD/HJE if they play normal (55-45)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    Here are the competitors for the QF by countries;
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    What surprised me was: There are 2 QF MS players from JPN.

    Well Done to our Japanese MS players (Sho Sasaki [6] & Kenichi Tago).
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    Default Park still around?

    If I am not mistaken, Park Jubong is still the head coach for team Japan? If so, credit has to be given to him as there's significant improvement under him. The strange thing is I don't recall seeing Park during the last few tournaments, any idea?

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    Curious where is Park Sung Hwan as well ?? He's been MIA for quite some time

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    A few intriguing matches to look forward to:

    WS - WYH v JS. WYH is still building up to top form and JS is, as usual, a pretty tough customer.
    MS - DPY v Simon. The gritty DPY will grind out a win if Simon gets careless, as he is apt to.
    WD - Matsuo/Naito v JKE (cutie #2 )/KHN. Evenly matched but I think the home crowd will inspire the KOR girls to victory.
    XD - Towi/Butet v LYD/HJE. Victory will go to the side that has either Towi or Ha playing better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etudiant View Post
    Curious where is Park Sung Hwan as well ?? He's been MIA for quite some time
    Military service? Isn't he about the right age for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Military service? Isn't he about the right age for that?
    Too bad.... Cant he take military service after Olympics

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    Quote Originally Posted by etudiant View Post
    Too bad.... Cant he take military service after Olympics
    I'm hazarding a guess, that's all. Didn't JJS have to do military service a few years back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    I'm hazarding a guess, that's all. Didn't JJS have to do military service a few years back?
    Oh yeah??? Hmmm... Thinking if LYD can survive if he take one

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    [QUOTE=AlanY;1823717]Here are the competitors for the QF by countries;
    [CODE]
    MS WS MD WD XD Total
    China 2 4 2 2 2 12
    South Korea 1 3 2 1 7
    Japan 2 1 2 5
    Germany 1 1 1 1 4
    Denmark 1 2 3
    India 1 1 2
    Indonesia 1 1 2
    Singapore 1 1 2
    Malaysia 1 1
    Russia 1 1
    Taiwan 1 1
    8 8 8 8 8 40





    Quote Originally Posted by sen View Post
    WD is wrong, there is no German WD, instead it should be INA WD

    Well GER has 3 quarter-finalists instead of 4.
    And INA has 3 instead of 2.

    This is an important event for LOG points, apparently the cut-off date is April although
    LOG is in July.

    Clearly CHN is in strong contention for LOG, as it leads the pack with 12 events.
    KOR comes in a distant second with 7, on home ground while JPN is closing in with 5, all from North Asia.

    DEN, GER and INA have an outside chance with 3 each.
    MAS' only hope is in LCW, after its top MD had another disastrous outing yesterday.

    How much more can these players improve before the cut-off date will be an interesting journey for all of us.

    But LYB may not have his wish to include CJ in LOG with the latter's recent disappointing results. Denmark's Jorgensen took revenge for PG when he knocked out CJ in R2. Unfortunately, PG was surprisingly defeated by Du Pengyu in R1.

    Alas for SIN, today will be the last for our WS and WD as they are unlucky to have been drawn to face CHN's No.2 and 1 seedings respectively. In any case, they have made SIN proud by entering the QF and earning more WR points.

    Surprisingly, THA has been throroughly eliminated from the competition. Not even the RAT and teammate Porntip survived. Maybe it is a retribution for their "match-fixing" act during the recent India Open GPG.

    TPE's WS hopeful "Tai-phoon" Tzu Ying was also dealt a cruel blow by SIN's Gu Juan in straight games. Some typhoon fans must be very sad with the "unexpected" outcome but SIN fans are dancing with joy!

    As for LCW and LD, the man-to-man fight continues as LD closes in on the former to wrestle from him the WR1 before LOG. Perhaps then, it will be fitting for the WR1 to win the Olympics MS title as well, whoever he is in the end.

    Good Luck and enjoy a thrilling badminton extravaganza today, courtesy of the most generous Koreans!


    PS: Spare a thought for the ordinary North Koreans, many of whose children are sufferring mal-nutrition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etudiant View Post
    Oh yeah??? Hmmm... Thinking if LYD can survive if he take one
    why cant lyd survive when he can play both xd and md all the way till the final and win both?

    but since he won OG 2008 gold,he are now out of military service
    haha

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