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    The match between Kim KJ/Kim SR v Chai/Hong is really tense. The Chinese pair stuns last week TPE Open winner, 14-21 / 23-21 / 24-22 in 65 mins.

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    R/16 will be started on 01.00pm local time, the host accomodates their exhausted players who played yesterday in China National Games have extra time to rest.

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    Kazumasa Sakai from Japan, No. 33 stuns Chinese No. 2 seeds Du Peng Yu in 2 straight sets. Apparently Du Peng Yu only lead Sakai by 1 point once in whole match, and the rest Sakai seems win it convincingly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennydut View Post
    Kazumasa Sakai from Japan, No. 33 stuns Chinese No. 2 seeds Du Peng Yu in 2 straight sets. Apparently Du Peng Yu only lead Sakai by 1 point once in whole match, and the rest Sakai seems win it convincingly.
    Indeed.. Great show by Sakai winning the match in straight games. China proved again that it does not care about badminton or fans who came there to watch the games or sponsors by giving so many walkovers . Now Li Xuerui movied to quarters due to her compatriot's walkovers. No wonder, so many top players skipped this tournament.

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    Liu Cheng and Bao Yixin stop playing in the mid of game 1, it seems either one of them is injured although none of them is limping. Official referee came to check before The Indonesians shake the Chinese hands. What a weird injury, oh well. Good for Lukhi/Annisa they are progress through to the 2nd round and projected to meet the CHN qualifiers, Guo Junjie/Luo Jiaxin

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    Mediocre display from Ajay Jayaram who couldn't even beat Chen Yuekun, who must be tired out from having just participated in his National Games. With Chen Long having given a walkover to him yesterday (what a huge gift!) and with so many top players pulling out from this tournament...India had better do something about its poor training. Very disappointed to see the Indonesian MS dropping like flies, too - I saw the match between Zhou Wenlong and Rumbaka yesterday and Zhou won by playing at an absolutely sub-standard level. And what happened to Sugiarto?!

    I now see that Sun Yu has given a walkover to Li Xuerui. Boo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrinalini View Post
    Mediocre display from Ajay Jayaram who couldn't even beat Chen Yuekun, who must be tired out from having just participated in his National Games. With Chen Long having given a walkover to him yesterday (what a huge gift!) and with so many top players pulling out from this tournament...India had better do something about its poor training. Very disappointed to see the Indonesian MS dropping like flies, too - I saw the match between Zhou Wenlong and Rumbaka yesterday and Zhou won by playing at an absolutely sub-standard level. And what happened to Sugiarto?!

    I now see that Sun Yu has given a walkover to Li Xuerui. Boo!

    Indeed.. Ajay and Anand Pawar are already out of form. It seems like they have come to attend this tournament for namesake . Even no coaches on their side. Instead they could have rested in their home with their money earned in IBL... May be they just wanna spend some timing for outing instead of playing . Ajay really played weakly and not to his potential. Definitely, i accept your point. India need to improve their infrastructure for this sport further in order to improve further. Chenlong did not give walkover to Ajay- just for your notice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penwinack View Post
    I think so.
    May be tomorrow she will rest because I think Sun yu may be withdraw.
    As expected , I know that Sun Yu walkover for LXR .

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    Brother and Sister, Pia/Kido won over Chai/Tang in two tight straight games, with identical score of 22-20..

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Indeed.. Great show by Sakai winning the match in straight games. China proved again that it does not care about badminton or fans who came there to watch the games or sponsors by giving so many walkovers . Now Li Xuerui movied to quarters due to her compatriot's walkovers. No wonder, so many top players skipped this tournament.
    Yup, the most uninteresting SS, fortunately this is the last edition

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    The 2012 sponsor was Li Ning but this year it's Adidas. It's a coup for Adidas indeed! China have withdrawn a lot of their players in the 2013 tournament and yet some like ZYL who was withdrawn for the WD was entered for the XD. Is it match-fixing so as to better prepare for the Japan Open next week? Whatever it is, BWF should do something about this orchestrated withdrawals. I feel sorry for the fans who booked and paid for their tickets based on the earlier draws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penwinack View Post
    I think so.
    May be tomorrow she will rest because I think Sun yu may be withdraw.
    Quote Originally Posted by Penwinack View Post
    As expected , I know that Sun Yu walkover for LXR .
    You sure learnt fast. I used to be able to predict too but now, it's so often it's no more fun.

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    Just wondering.
    Did Sun Yu turn up at the venue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Yup, the most uninteresting SS, fortunately this is the last edition
    thank god, no more suffering

    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    You sure learnt fast. I used to be able to predict too but now, it's so often it's no more fun.
    if i add walkover of this tournament to this
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...yer-since-2006
    hoho,more uglier
    waiting for the next legend to beat lindan in this category

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Indeed.. China proved again that it does not care about badminton or fans who came there to watch the games or sponsors by giving so many walkovers . Now Li Xuerui movied to quarters due to her compatriot's walkovers. No wonder, so many top players skipped this tournament.
    We knew that most of the top CHN players just completed an exhaustive CNG with participation in both team and individual competitions.

    Granted that the CNG somewhat clashed with this CM, it has been explained that the players had no choice but to participate in their all-important national games, more so that it came earlier. I tend to think that the organizers would not want to purposely clash if avoidable but the CNG is not organized by the CBA.

    By initially entering so many players for the Masters, CBA is shown to be supporting the event and badminton. Unfortunately the CNG has taken its toll on many players and for the top ladies draw like LXR to continue to battle despite her sluggish state and after contracting cramps in the CNG, shows that CBA cares for both badminton and its fans.

    Already the men's second seed DPU had just suffered a shock defeat most probably as a result of fatigue after losing to LD in the CNG.

    Would fans want to witness more such defeats and worse still, possible injuries to the top Chinese players, and left them inactive with many months for recovery?

    We do not know the details behind the scheduling of the CNG and the CM. so it is both presumptuous and mischievous of you to jump at your unfounded conclusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    We knew that most of the top CHN players just completed an exhaustive CNG with participation in both team and individual competitions.

    We do not know the details behind the scheduling of the CNG and the CM. so it is both presumptuous and mischievous of you to jump at your unfounded conclusion.
    You can explain these to badminton fanatic fans but to any outsider will say "So many WO what the hell". If is tennis grand slam, it will .. not sure?

    That was why in Olympic saga, disqualification can happen because all audience from non badminton fanatic can't understand why is happen and find it not acceptable to them and boo-ing happen in the stadium. No choice that Olympic has to disqualified them. If it was happen in BWF tournament, would you think will it will be disqualification ?

    Any explanation or excuses to defend OG disqualification is unacceptable to outsider.

    So far we are all bullying BWF, haven't we learned from OG that outsider can't accept this fuss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrinalini View Post
    Mediocre display from Ajay Jayaram who couldn't even beat Chen Yuekun, who must be tired out from having just participated in his National Games. With Chen Long having given a walkover to him yesterday (what a huge gift!) and with so many top players pulling out from this tournament...India had better do something about its poor training. Very disappointed to see the Indonesian MS dropping like flies, too - I saw the match between Zhou Wenlong and Rumbaka yesterday and Zhou won by playing at an absolutely sub-standard level. And what happened to Sugiarto?!

    I now see that Sun Yu has given a walkover to Li Xuerui. Boo!
    Both of them kept hogging the net Given Ajay Jayaram's very good at it (compared to the new batch of Indian youngsters), he should not have displayed such overconfidence, especially with an upcoming like Chen...his plan backfired and he handed over the win to him . His performance in the IBL wasn't too stellar either..he appeared so out of form and made fundamental errors.
    The Chinese and Koreans are in good form, as always. A different strategy needs to be adopted for them.

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