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    And WYH was sensationally knocked out by another unknown Liu Jie, 1:2.

    Somehow I'm unable to view the livescore, if true, WX's defeat to YipPY isn't unexpected as it was WX's first comeback match after a one-year injury layoff.

    Btw, only HKSAR and Macau SAR are represented in the Chinese Nat'l Games, not Chinese Taipei.

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    The first few days are just matches for the team event, not the individual event yet.

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    Yes, the team matches so far. Wow, who is this Shandong girl,Liu Jie, unheard of to me, besting first WYH then upsetting Han Li , also by 2:1?

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    I don't suppose there's any livestream ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    Thanks, livescore is working !

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    Huang Yuxiang put up a very creditable performance against Lin Dan, losing 2-0 by 21-16 and 24-22. Perhaps LD is using this match for experimentation, to hone his new playing style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Chinese taipei , Hongkong players as well are included in chinese nationals??? ...
    Maybe one day Taiwanese will compete in this event. Hopefully within our lifetime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    And WYH was sensationally knocked out by another unknown Liu Jie, 1:2.

    Somehow I'm unable to view the livescore, if true, WX's defeat to YipPY isn't unexpected as it was WX's first comeback match after a one-year injury layoff.

    Btw, only HKSAR and Macau SAR are represented in the Chinese Nat'l Games, not Chinese Taipei.
    If the Taiwanese compete in this event, they won't be representing Chinese Taipei. It will be called "Special Autonomous Region of Taiwan" or something along those lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    Maybe one day Taiwanese will compete in this event. Hopefully within our lifetime.
    I'm looking forward to it too. They are one family and share deep roots, their reunification is only a matter of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    I'm looking forward to it too. They are one family and share deep roots, their reunification is only a matter of time.
    Maybe sometime after 2046, let's talk about it then.

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    Lin Dan says this is his 4th Chinese Nat'l Games in 16 years. In the previous three, he won one silver and two golds in the Men's Singles. As the defending MS champion, he's aiming for his 3rd MS title though he admits it's going to be tough. If he succeeds, it'll be another record for him.

    As for the Men's Team championship (there's no Mixed Team) playing for PLA (People's Liberation Army), he says it's even harder as the overall team strength, 3 Men's Singles and 2 Men's Doubles, isn't strong and balanced enough but of course he'll still give of his very best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Lin Dan says this is his 4th Chinese Nat'l Games in 16 years. In the previous three, he won one silver and two golds in the Men's Singles. As the defending MS champion, he's aiming for his 3rd MS title though he admits it's going to be tough. If he succeeds, it'll be another record for him.

    As for the Men's Team championship (there's no Mixed Team) playing for PLA (People's Liberation Army), he says it's even harder as the overall team strength, 3 Men's Singles and 2 Men's Doubles, isn't strong and balanced enough but of course he'll still give of his very best.
    Sorry,forgot to give the source of my news http://sports.qq.com/a/20130901/005243.htm

    Btw, the young opponent LD has just beaten this evening , Huang Yuxiang, is 10 years his junior, in the team event, consisting of a two close set encounter, 21-16 and 24-22, in both of which he (LD) was trailing in the first half. In G2, he came from behind to lead 18-14 but was distracted by the excitement happening in the adjacent court, allowing his opponent to overtake him and forcing him to win by deuce in the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Chinese taipei , Hongkong players as well are included in chinese nationals??? Wondered after seeing Yippy in the results.

    yippy has beaten wang xin??
    Sorry,where did you get the result of YipPY beating Wang Xin? I'm afraid WX wasn't fielded in any of the ties (perhaps she is a reserve player in the team event).
    http://results.liaoning2013.com.cn/I...17787010082975 Note that each tie is best of 5 matches format comprising 3 WS and 2 WD, viz WS1, WD1, WS2, WD2,WS3.

    The first tie involving Hong Kong was yesterday (31st Aug) with Hubei who won 3:1, the only match won by HK being YipPY beating Fang Aixian 2:0, 21-13 and 21-8.

    The second tie involving Hong Kong was today (1st Sep) with the PLA who won 3:0 in which LXR beat Chan Tsz Ka by 2:0,21-12 and 21-6. Incidentally, YipPY lost to Jiang Yanjiao 0:2, 17-21 and 18-21.

    The third tie involving HongKong was with Jiangsu also today in which Wang Shixian beat Yip Pui Ying 2:0, 21-16 and 21-13. Also worth mentioning is child prodigy 16-yr-old He Bingjiao (for Jiangsu) beating Chan Tsz Ka by 2:0,21-11 and 21-12. The overall result is Jiangsu 3:0 Hong Kong,comprising two WS and one WD matches, the remaining matches not played.

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    Some of you might be interested to know that the budget for this year's Chinese National Games was drastically cut by 78% (yes by, not to 78%) in line with the Chinese government's policy of reining in extravagance and reducing wastage. No wonder in the Guangzhou World Championships celebratory dinner at the end of the event, they limited the representatives to one table per nation (or was it just two reps per nation? I couldn't remember).

    http://m.todayonline.com/chinaindia/...ames-budget-78
    Last edited by Justin L; 09-01-2013 at 12:07 PM.

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    The so called "Aug 31" matches actually took place in June, during the qualification round. Qualified teams will not play each other again in the group stage. Instead, their qualification round results are used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Some of you might be interested to know that the budget for this year's Chinese National Games was drastically cut by 78% (yes by, not to 78%) in line with the Chinese government's policy of reining in extravagance and reducing wastage. No wonder in the Guangzhou World Championships celebratory dinner at the end of the event, they limited the representatives to one table per nation (or was it just two reps per nation? I couldn't remember).

    http://m.todayonline.com/chinaindia/...ames-budget-78
    I read somewhere that the reason they turned off the A/C in WC2013 was due to this government policy.

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