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    Quote Originally Posted by RedShuttle View Post
    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.
    Thanks, RedShuttle, for the clarification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    I read somewhere that the reason they turned off the A/C in WC2013 was due to this government policy.
    Sounds plausible, if true it might be pre-programmed by timer to turn off the Airconditioning, say 30 minutes before the end of the event. Anyway, better not re-ignite this contentious topic here.

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    You can catch LD's match (previously recorded) right at this moment:
    http://www.zhibo9.cc/tv.asp?id=585

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedShuttle View Post
    You can catch LD's match (previously recorded) right at this moment:
    http://www.zhibo9.cc/tv.asp?id=585
    Thanks a lot but now showing doubles, not Lin Dan's match with Huang Yuxiang.
    Last edited by Justin L; 09-01-2013 at 02:27 PM.

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    Partial results may interest you:

    Chen Long : Li Qi 21:10 21:16
    Tian Hou Wei : Liu Jing Ru 21:10 21:11

    Li Yu : Qi An Qi 21:11 18:21 21:5
    Qi Yan Bo : Shi Hong 21:11 21:15

    Zhou Wen Long : Chen Yue Kun 12:21 21:9 15:21
    Gao Huan : Wen Kai 21:17 22:20

    Du Peng Yu : Wang Zheng Ming 21:14 21:18
    Lv Yi : Xue Song 12:21 11:21

    Wong Wing Ki : Zhou Zhe Qi 21:17 21:19
    Wei Nan : Dong Shuai 21:16 24:22
    (Hu Yun was in line)

    Lin Dan : Huang Yu Xiang 21:16 24:22
    Zhou Yi Jie : Guo Kai 22:20 21:11

    Wang Shi Xian : Yip Pui Yin 21:16 21:13
    He Bing Jiao : Chan Tsz Ka 21:11 21:12

    Li Xue Rui : Liu Fang Hua 21:15 17:21 21:7
    Liu Xin : Xie Yang 21:17 21:15

    Sun Yu : Han Li 10:21 12:21
    Yao Xue : Jia Wei 19:21 21:17 21:19

    Liu Jie : Wang Yi Han 21:17 10:21 21:12

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    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.
    WTF Google translator... I have translated some of the results posted here using google and came to a wrong conclusion. Sorry for this..

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    Hong Kong is leading the host 2:0 but in trouble in the third match. Hong Kong should eventually prevail by winning the fourth or fifth match, if not coming back in the third.

    Live coverage should be available here tomorrow: http://v.gdtv.cn/option/com_content/ItemId/98/

    Local time 9am for Women's team event and 8:30pm for Men's team event.

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    Oops, spoke too soon. Hong Kong lost 2:3.

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    LD is in? I want to download the stream cast...

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    Not bad, Chen Jin is still on top of his game. Playing for Jiangsu, he's just beaten Gao Huan of Liaoning,the host, 2:0, 21-18 and 24-22. Anyway, the CNG will be Chen Jin's swan song.

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    Chen Long is playing Chen YueYun right now, 21:21 in the first game:
    http://v.gdtv.cn/option/com_content/ItemId/98/

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    Wah, Huang Yuxiang (Zhejiang) upsets Du Pengyu (Beijing), 2:0, 21-14 and 21-15.

    Now, Lin Dan is playing Wong Wing Ki, hope to catch the livestream,if any.

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    Just now, from the livestream, I thought Chen Yuekun was attacking quite well against Chen Long despite losing in two sets.

    Frankly, the last time I watched him at the MAS Open'13 GPG , he seemed to have improve a lot, particularly the way he disposed of Darren Liew, but in the semi-final, he suddenly lost the plot in the rubber set to Alamsyah Yunus, playing into his opponent's hands with his predictable (and mechanical) attacking shots that were dented by Yunus time and time again, disappointing that he couldn't vary his shots, mixing and matching them to confuse the opponent. That's why I think he won't go far, IMHO.

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    Going by livescore, Wong Wing Ki was routed by Lin Dan in G2, 21-6, after losing G1, 21-17 to him; an emphatic victory by LD. Wish I can see the replay later.

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    more results:

    Jiang Su bt Liao Ning = 3:0
    Chen Jin bt Gao Huan = 18, 22
    Li Yu bt Zhou Wen Long = 20, 16

    Tian HW bt Wen Kai = 14, 7
    Chen Long bt Chen Yuekun = 22, 14

    Lin D bt Wong WK = 17, 6
    Hu Yun bt Wu Xin = -19, 12, 12

    Huang YX bt Du PY = 14, 15

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    more results:

    He Bing Jiao bt Jiang Yan Jiao = 13, -12, 21
    Li Xue Rui bt Wang Shi Xian = 14, 17
    Lei Li bt Yip Pui Yin = 17, 16

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cents View Post
    more results:

    He Bing Jiao bt Jiang Yan Jiao = 13, -12, 21
    Li Xue Rui bt Wang Shi Xian = 14, 17
    Lei Li bt Yip Pui Yin = 17, 16
    Remarkable, child prodigy He Bingjiao edged out the experienced veteran Jiang Yanjiao.

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