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Thread: when will they ever learn?
06-14-2012, 04:59 AM #18
Chill buddies. Nowhere did AlanY mention that INA SSP organizers are at fault. When will they ever learn? is direction at BWF since the same thing happened at AE and Peter Gade lost...
Lee Hyun-il is the high-profile victim this time.
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06-14-2012, 05:39 AM #19
we all know u are clever and love badminton^^
and glad to know bwf is changing toward a better way
06-14-2012, 07:14 AM #20
i think this is due to the display of OSIM's logo near the umpire and the service judge. That's why they couldn't have 5 courts. is that right?
06-14-2012, 08:24 AM #21
06-14-2012, 08:34 AM #22
06-14-2012, 09:03 AM #23
06-14-2012, 09:10 AM #24
06-14-2012, 09:28 AM #25
06-14-2012, 09:07 PM #26
Just to share some thoughts :
PBSI and Djarum decided that INA Openwill have 7 days and they have booked the Stadium already.
Some of SS Organizers prefer 6 days or 7 days ...Organizers for SS mentioned that the cost to rent extra day too much...Denmark Open may play XD after qualifying but for those who qualifies to XD and at the same time, if a player play XD and MD or WD, she or he may play the fifth time ( in main Draw)...will it be fair??
Also extra day may cost a player or association extra for accomodation....
Since the hotels in Indonesia cost around US$ 95 to US$ 106,most of players/associations OK with that...
The only downside is ....for example....Thailand Open then Indonesia, German Open then AE...if a player like Sony gets to final ( On sunday) but Qualifier on INA SS ( starts onMonday)...there is a chance he may not be able to fly back in time to play qualifying round on Monday...
Talked to several players...they do prefer to have main draw played in 2 days...
There were some talk to scrap the qualifying round but Thomas Lund disagreed that all players have a chance to fight to get into main draw....I have complained that BWF needs to revise the points as 1st and 2 nd losers in qualifying round receive same points...it does not make sense.
Last edited by huangkwokhau; 06-14-2012 at 09:19 PM.
06-14-2012, 11:09 PM #27
This is my first time attending Ina Premier. It is a very big event. It shows that organizers of the event put a lot of effort for that. A lot of decoration about badminton & INA glories here and there.... Sadly i have not gone inside the stadium though, i have just sightseeing during lunch time, & rush back to office straight away. Hopefully i could watch the Semis on Saturday.
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06-14-2012, 11:11 PM #28
woaaa, need special thread to discuss??
I am one of spectator when round 1st and saw untill the end ...
I give compliment to djarum and the officials, they work very hard until the night ..
I saw djarum girl still in stadium until mid-night, around 00.00 a.m. I talked to my friend how tired looked was they and absolutely they feeling cold with only wear mini shirt and hot pants ( I am also feeling cold although wearing jacket )
I saw hauge too. He was very busy from morning until morning again. He looked exhausted. no wonder, wasn't he?
But I enjoy watching DIO 2012.
The tournament better than last year (especially the arena, booth, etc ) and it's exciting experience (for me )
supporting dino until my voice disappear (maybe if I am and a few supporter not give cheer to dino, he will lose :P), I get t-shirt from arya and alamsyah too, and falling asleep in office over 4 hours ahahaha
SEMANGAT for Officials, Hauge, and Djarum Girls
eh, for Indonesia Player too
.just sharing what i thought.
06-15-2012, 12:00 AM #29
Planning of matches is very important.
Everybody (players, fans and officials) would like to do things within "normal" hours. If bwf can come up with a rule that requires organiser to start last match of the day by 10pm, then bwf can leave the "headache" to the organiser and let them decide how many courts are needed so that the "10pm time rule" can be compiled.
Live TV telecast needs to schedule their program too. Yesterday (14th June) Starhub Singapore TV stopped Live telecast around 8pm (SG time). But last match finished around 1130pm (SG time). Even TV programmer cannot do a full Live telecast (I wonder if it is because they do not have a 'end' time).
06-15-2012, 12:27 AM #30
Anything above 11pm is considered excessive. Sad case.
06-15-2012, 12:54 AM #31
Let see how late Singapore Open finish the matches.....if you guys care so much..Please write to BWF...Taking action is always better .....
06-15-2012, 02:09 AM #32
Sorry, I thought you are with BWF, that is why you are replying and explaining . . . .
I believe many badminton enthusiasts would like to feedback to BWF, and that is why many are 'feeding back' in this BC forum.
If you can provide us a direct email address to BWF, I will try to write to BWF.
Btw, this feedback is not about Indonesia or Singapore or . . . . I think BWF as the regulating body should have better grip to the situation.
06-15-2012, 02:35 AM #33
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