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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
    Ashan/Hendra has great potential. So, no need to worry about them. They are very calm and composed.

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    Just realized that Ina are the most participants in WD beating powerhouse Chn, Korea with 5 pairs (not including q pairs)

    Good thing is all of 5 pairs have decent chance to advance to R2 as they have winning records of their opponents

    I dont think I ever seen this happened before in most prestigious AE, probably done in past years, way before I was born

    It's kinda silver linings for Ina wd to came out from such a dark era this past few years
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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    Ahsan/Hendra can do it ....
    Agree, this pair is on my list to win big now on....................their play was superb in recent MO !!

    A pair to win WC13 !!

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    this ivanov fella is entered in 3 disciplines!

    for koo/tan, they should thank their lucky stars as fu/cai, bo/mo, ko/lee, ahsan/setiawan are all grouped in the top half due to either odd number ranked or newer pairings

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    this ivanov fella is entered in 3 disciplines!

    for koo/tan, they should thank their lucky stars as fu/cai, bo/mo, ko/lee, ahsan/setiawan are all grouped in the top half due to either odd number ranked or newer pairings
    nowadays Adcock/Ellis is getting stronger, facing Koo/Tan in 1st round may easy job, unless Koo/Tan know what to do if they want to keep in winning form unlike their previous disaster years...

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    if Firda play well she should be able to reach at least QF, she had a good record againts Itanon, and she should be able to handle both Jindapon and Tai Tzu Ying. But again if she is in form!!! because we all know that firda can lose so easly against lower rank or younger player

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    it will be a pleasure to see this young talented girl beating Wang Shixian like when she beat Shenck in EMTC 2013. She has a good cross court smash, and her back hand is quite good. i hope this is the time for her to shine

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Agree, this pair is on my list to win big now on....................their play was superb in recent MO !!

    A pair to win WC13 !!

    Their first action is against CHN combo: Chai Biao/Zhang Nan.
    Interestingly, Chai Biao/Hong Wei pair just won the German GP Gold 2 days earlier.

    CHN is still figuring out the best combo MD pair of the future after FHF/CY retire likely this year.

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    With the cake draw, KooTan'd better make it to the finals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    The draw for the most prestigious SSP tourney is already out, BWF link : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file_dow...d=429194&tid=1
    the most prestigious ssp ? according to who ? according to you ? If yes, then not a surprise, bcoz of susi susanti and rudi hartono factor. But if we according to China, they treat AE SSP as the same level with BAC GP Gold . 3 days before AE 2011, CBPL still have a match to be played for China players http://translate.google.com/translat...n&hl=&ie=UTF-8. the same with BAC. Also 3 days. http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...11-Tournaments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Here we go, German Open as All England warming-up tournament will kick off today. Qualifying round and MS R/64 will be started on 09.00am and 05.00pm local time respectively.
    warm-up tournament ? absolutely wrong. the right thing is : they looks down to AE ! . if warm-up term is correct, then why Susi Susanti, LCW, Saina, taufik, Sony, lilyana, and many INA players absent almost every editions in Swedish - Germany ? why ? this statement is only want to save Susi Susanti's reputation after lose tamely 6 times to China and Korea WS that looks down to AE. In MS, LCW also only can win AE twice eventhough LD attend 5 editions of Germany open, while lcw never at all


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    If Germany = warm up tournament for AE, can I say AE as the warm-up event for Swiss GP ? remember, sony, du py, towi, saina and the other will compete in swiss. Do u agree ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortune View Post
    If Germany = warm up tournament for AE, can I say AE as the warm-up event for Swiss GP ? remember, sony, du py, towi, saina and the other will compete in swiss. Do u agree ?
    Say whatever you want because no one will care about you and your delusions lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Say whatever you want because no one will care about you and your delusions lol
    If the fact proved that AE = major event, do u think they will keep silent ? absolutely not. their idols has better records in AE than OG / WC so they will never accept the fact that AE is a mickey mouse title. and it is a delusion if anyone still think that AE is important or prestigious title

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortune View Post
    the most prestigious ssp ? according to who ? according to you ? If yes, then not a surprise, bcoz of susi susanti and rudi hartono factor. But if we according to China, they treat AE SSP as the same level with BAC GP Gold . 3 days before AE 2011, CBPL still have a match to be played for China players http://translate.google.com/translat...n&hl=&ie=UTF-8. the same with BAC. Also 3 days. http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...11-Tournaments.
    What is the most prestigious SS Premier then??

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    What is the most prestigious SS Premier then??
    Maybe this one :
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...3AB&d=20121118

    4 out 5 victors are from CHN.

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    Ok. Some will say that Sudirman Cup, Thomas/Uber Cup and World Championship are more prestigious than All England.

    Of course China will wipe out all the other teams in this year Sudirman Cup(maybe even without Lin Dan) and China will take all if not almost all this year World Championship. They might even suddenly sprang a lesser known player to be world champion just like Li Xuerui did an Olympic gold.

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