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    Default DRAW of ALL ENGLAND SS Premier 2013

    The draw for the most prestigious SSP tourney is already out, BWF link : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file_dow...d=429194&tid=1

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    Interesting WS matches to watch.

    1) P V Sindhu vs Busanan
    2) Wang Yihan vs Lindaweni
    3) Wang Shixian vs Carolina marin
    4) Ratchanok vs Tai Tzu ying.

    Interesting MS matches to watch.

    1) Ajay Jayaram vs Wang Zhenming (I think Ajay will prevail ).
    2) Chen Jin vs Daren Liew (Daren has an edge over chen Jin).
    3) Vladimir Ivanov vs Sony Dwi Kuncoro (Giant vs Experience... quite interesting it would be)
    4) Kenichi Tago vs Victor Axelsen (50 - 50 chance).

    In XD , its quiet interesting to me. All the chinese pairs are in one side of the branch. Lets see, who prevails in the last to reach finals.

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    MD draw... all the best pairs are at the top... Fu/Cai, Mog/Boe, Ko/Lee, Ahsan/Setiawan

    and at the bottom?

    Koo and Tan...
    They better get into the final and win it that's for sure, they have the major advantage being in the bottom half...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heong View Post
    MD draw... all the best pairs are at the top... Fu/Cai, Mog/Boe, Ko/Lee, Ahsan/Setiawan

    and at the bottom?

    Koo and Tan...
    They better get into the final and win it that's for sure, they have the major advantage being in the bottom half...
    Koo/Tan still in danger to go for final as Hong Wei/Shen Ye and Kim/Kim at their half...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngkt67 View Post
    Koo/Tan still in danger to go for final as Hong Wei/Shen Ye and Kim/Kim at their half...
    Ad and Ellis are a threat. They beat Bo/Mo at the European Championships.

    Zha and Zha to beat Fish / Ped in the final.

    LCW to go to 3 sets against CL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Interesting WS matches to watch.

    1) P V Sindhu vs Busanan
    2) Wang Yihan vs Lindaweni
    3) Wang Shixian vs Carolina marin
    4) Ratchanok vs Tai Tzu ying.

    Interesting MS matches to watch.

    1) Ajay Jayaram vs Wang Zhenming (I think Ajay will prevail ).
    2) Chen Jin vs Daren Liew (Daren has an edge over chen Jin).
    3) Vladimir Ivanov vs Sony Dwi Kuncoro (Giant vs Experience... quite interesting it would be)
    4) Kenichi Tago vs Victor Axelsen (50 - 50 chance).

    In XD , its quiet interesting to me. All the chinese pairs are in one side of the branch. Lets see, who prevails in the last to reach finals.
    I dont think Ivanov is at Kuncoros level yet but I haven't seen that many matches of him.

    Also, Chen Long will get tired after a long match vs Ponsana and lose vs Zwiebler...
    You can always hope.

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    Another possible clash between Chong Wei Feng vs Sony. A really good match to watch. CWF is a player that really like to dig deep and never give up. I watch his match with LHI in Djarum Superleague. it is very clear that in the 1st set LHI just warming up and let the crowds enjoy a game by giving CWF time to so called dictate the game. In contrast, LHI injected the pace slightly in 2nd set showing that he wanna secure the point for his team, Musica Champion. However, CWF is already in his zone and managed to win the 2nd game and secure the point for MAS Tiger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lordrogue View Post
    I dont think Ivanov is at Kuncoros level yet but I haven't seen that many matches of him.

    Also, Chen Long will get tired after a long match vs Ponsana and lose vs Zwiebler...
    You can always hope.
    Ivanov is the tallest MS player in the planet. He is a hard working player who wants to do something better than his potential in every tournament. He can do wonders . I have watched one of his match against a chinese player. He played more than his potential and won it in straight games. He may do that against sony also unless sony comes up with some other strategy to overcome height difference between both of them . I love sony's play. Recently he is showing his grip in tournaments. Only drawback which Sony has now is his endurance. He sweats heavily as if nothing remains in his body.

    Ponsana is another lad who drags each and every opponent to their highest level. Good three game match will be a boost to our eyes .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngkt67 View Post
    Koo/Tan still in danger to go for final as Hong Wei/Shen Ye and Kim/Kim at their half...
    But Hong/Shen and Kim/Kim still a level behind their bigger brothers Fu/Cai, Ko/Lee
    Koo and Tan should not lose, otherwise how can they contend with the higher ranks?

    Either way, I will hope the final will be entertaining

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    Nice, BoMo vs Cai/Fu in the quarterfinal. This half is crucial. Then vs. Ko/Lee hopefully.
    I would love to see Ko/Lee vs. Koo/Tan in the final!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB@TB Em View Post
    Nice, BoMo vs Cai/Fu in the quarterfinal. This half is crucial. Then vs. Ko/Lee hopefully.
    I would love to see Ko/Lee vs. Koo/Tan in the final!!
    only they have to cross Hong/Shen and Kim/Kim first...

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    Could wong wing ki be cursing his draw luck?

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    No Lin Dan??

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    Unlucky draw for Kamilla/Christina, have to facing BYX/TQ in r1

    Ina send lots of wd pair in this AE edition after being the weakest link in many years, finally some light has sets its shine in this discipline

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    Good draw for Firda, she has chance to go as far as QF

    Not so much for the others

    Ahsan/Hendra have to set their priority straight from the earliest possible moment as they have to face CB/ZN in r1

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    Quote Originally Posted by etudiant View Post
    Good draw for Firda, she has chance to go as far as QF
    Not so much for the others
    Yeah, pretty favourable draw for Firda compared with Linda and Aprilia who will meet Yihan and Juliane respectively at R/32.

    The battle of youngsters : Tai TY v Inthanon, Busanan v Sindhu

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    Quote Originally Posted by etudiant View Post
    Good draw for Firda, she has chance to go as far as QF

    Not so much for the others

    Ahsan/Hendra have to set their priority straight from the earliest possible moment as they have to face CB/ZN in r1
    Ahsan/Hendra can do it ....

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