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    Cool Banuinvest (Romania) International Series 2012

    This tournament (interestingly) attracted competitors from very far-away lands. I am not surprised to see badminton athletes from Slovenia, Greece, Bulgaria, Hungaria, Serbia, Belarus ... but players from Nigeria , Israel , Iran , India , Indonesia , Sri Lanka ... even USA , Peru , Brazil and Jamaica (seriously?!?!? )...

    You can get the draw and results here:
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...D-7272470BA017

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    I was about to open this thread but you were faster than me!

    Anyway, the qualifying rounds will be played tomorrow. 3 rounds of matches for 2 of the Djarum boys. Kho Henrikho Wibowo gets a free pass to Qualifying Round 2.

    MS Q1
    Tamas Gebhard vs Thomi Azizan Mahbub

    Reksy Aureza Megananda
    vs Adrian Dereli

    Not to sure what to expect also here since there's some senior players playing. Nevertheless, I am hoping all the 3 boys can progress to the Main Draw. It's not going to be easy negotiating the 3 rounds of matches played over such a short time though.

    Qualifying Round 1 - between 10:35 and 11am local time
    Qualifying Round 2 - between 3:30 and 4pm
    Qualifying Round 3 - between 5 and 6pm (very short break of less than 1 hr!)

    The Main Draw will be first played on Friday, with 2 rounds of matches (R32 and R16). So, players with double duties (Edi Subaktiar and Melati Daeva Oktavani) will be expected to once again play 4 matches if they can win their first match in XD and MD/WD!

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    MD R32
    Nikola Mijacic/Illia Pavlovich vs Edi Subaktiar/Arya Maulana Aldiartama - the first match in a senior tourney for Edi/Arya. I hope they can win this one

    XD R32

    Edi Subaktiar/Melati Daeva Oktaviani vs George Constantinescu/Alexandra Milon - ditto for Edi/Melati


    Both Melati Daeva Oktaviani/Rosyta Eka Putri Sari and Felix Kinalsal/Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo earn free pass to R16 to be played also on Friday

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    For a moment I thought...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    This tournament (interestingly) attracted competitors from very far-away lands. I am not surprised to see badminton athletes from Slovenia, Greece, Bulgaria, Hungaria, Serbia, Belarus ... but players from Nigeria , Israel , Iran , India , Indonesia , Sri Lanka ... even USA , Peru , Brazil and Jamaica (seriously?!?!? )...

    You can get the draw and results here:
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...D-7272470BA017
    And hidden deep in the MD draw is... wait for it...


    That deadly Norwegian-Malaysian combination

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    I was about to open this thread but you were faster than me!
    By around 2.5 hours...

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    9 [NGR] Ola FAGBEMI [6, WDN]
    [FRA] William GOUDALLIER
    10 [FRA] William GOUDALLIER Walkover
    [ENG] Nathan DCRUZ
    11 [ENG] Nathan DCRUZ 21-11 21-16
    [ENG] Nathan DCRUZ
    12 [SRB] Vladimir SAVICH 21-15 21-8
    13 [ROM] Marius CORCIUC Thu 3/15/2012 5:00 PM
    [DEN] Simon G. PEDERSEN
    14 [DEN] Simon G. PEDERSEN 21-10 21-5
    [INA] Mahbub THOMI AZIZAN
    15 [HUN] Tamas GEBHARD 21-16 21-15
    [INA] Mahbub THOMI AZIZAN
    16 [INA] Mahbub THOMI AZIZAN 21-10 21-14

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    17 [IRL] Tony STEPHENSON [3, PMD]
    [RUS] Anatoliy YARTSEV
    18 [RUS] Anatoliy YARTSEV No match
    [NOR] Marius MYHRE
    19 [NOR] Marius MYHRE 21-13 21-18
    [NOR] Marius MYHRE
    20 [ROM] George CONSTANTINESCU 21-6 21-14
    21 [SRB] Arsic NIKOLA Thu 3/15/2012 5:30 PM
    [SRB] Arsic NIKOLA
    22 [ENG] Michael SPENCER-SMITH 21-19 21-16
    [INA] Reksy Aureza MEGANANDA
    23 [INA] Reksy Aureza MEGANANDA 21-5 21-14
    [INA] Reksy Aureza MEGANANDA
    24 [ROM] Adrian DERELI 21-14 21-7

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    I have a good feeling that Thomi and Reksy will go to the main draw smoothly...

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    Me too....they should progress to the Main Draw.

    If both progress, then Thomi Azizan Mahbub will be rewarded with a free pass to R16 as his opponent withdrew. Meanwhile, Reksy Aureza Megananda will face the second-seed Misha Zilberman. If Reksy beat the Israel player, then he will meet Thomi for a place in the last 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Me too....they should progress to the Main Draw.

    If both progress, then Thomi Azizan Mahbub will be rewarded with a free pass to R16 as his opponent withdrew. Meanwhile, Reksy Aureza Megananda will face the second-seed Misha Zilberman. If Reksy beat the Israel player, then he will meet Thomi for a place in the last 8.
    7 WDN players in Main Draw are replaced by 7 PMD players from Qualifying, so no free pass to R-16.
    I think Thomi (if he qualifies) will face Zilberman instead of Reksy.

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    Aiyaaa, Thomi lost... But Reksy and Henrikho are through...

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    MS R32
    Kho Henrikho Wibowo
    vs Richard Domke

    Reksy Aureza Megananda vs Maxime Michel

    - not to sure whether both players can win today, but, let's hope so.

    The schedule for today is as follows:
    1. First we start off with 2 rounds of XD first and I believe Edi/Melati will play 2 matches one after another.

    2. Although 3 matches in MS would have already been played in between the 2 rounds of XD, the bulk of the MS & WS will be played after XD. That will be followed by MD & WD.

    3. The next round of MS, WS, MD, and WD will be right after that.

    As I wrote yesterday, there's a good chance for Felix/Kevin and Melati/Rosyta to progress to QF. The other 2 pairs (Edi/Arya and Edi/Melati) will have to win 2 matches, with Edi/Arya scheduled to play against the 4th seed in MD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    Aiyaaa, Thomi lost... But Reksy and Henrikho are through...
    Thomi lost to Nathan Dcruz

    Tried to know who is Nathan Dcruz, he has played so many International Challenge & International Series in European Tour. Mostle he was ended in Final Qualifying round, actually it wasn't bad, he ended in closed 3 sets by some well known players.

    Austrian Challenge 2012 : lost to Srikanth K (IND) 22-20 4-21 12-21
    Swedish Challenge 2012 : lost to Christian Boesiger (SUI) 19-21 21-13 16-21
    Irish Challenge 2011 : lost to Magnus Sahlberg (SWE) 21-10 14-21 14-21
    Scottish Challenge 2011 : lost to Stilian Makarski (BUL) 18-21 21-11 27-29

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    Thomi lost to Nathan Dcruz

    Tried to know who is Nathan Dcruz, he has played so many International Challenge & International Series in European Tour. Mostle he was ended in Final Qualifying round, actually it wasn't bad, he ended in closed 3 sets by some well known players.

    Austrian Challenge 2012 : lost to Srikanth K (IND) 22-20 4-21 12-21
    Swedish Challenge 2012 : lost to Christian Boesiger (SUI) 19-21 21-13 16-21
    Irish Challenge 2011 : lost to Magnus Sahlberg (SWE) 21-10 14-21 14-21
    Scottish Challenge 2011 : lost to Stilian Makarski (BUL) 18-21 21-11 27-29
    I see... So Thomi went against a decent pro...

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