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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Is there any outside chance for Ajay Jayaram to qualify??.. Since Takuma, Tanangsak , Du Pengyu who are above him lost in the first round, am asking it. Just for my satisfaction.
    No, don't think so. even if he is to win the HKO.

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    Imagine some of those guys who qualified feeling it's well-nigh impossible to beat Lee CW on his homeground actually decided to make way for Chen Long !? All hell will break loose, a stab in the back for Lee CW who would cry foul suspecting there's a conspiracy against him - that shocking impact would be as devastating as BWF awarding Lin Dan the WC wild card.

    Nah, I'm just building castles in the air, letting my mind wander in Never-Never Land.

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    Since we know that KSH/LYD is now splited, will they forced to reunite? or Hoon/Tan will get the ticket?

    MS now 1 ticket left to grabbed between Ajay, Marc and Hu Yun, Ajay or Marc needs to win and hope Hu Yun stumble today.

    WS is also 3 way battle between Schenk, Ratchanok and the loser of TTY vs Mitani match

    WD and XD are already set
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    with the first round of the HKO almost completed I'm going to stick my neck out for the predictions.

    the SSF qualifiers are;


    Code:
    MS
    Malaysia LEE Chong Wei
    Japan Kenichi TAGO
    Denmark Jan O JORGENSEN
    Indonesia Tommy SUGIARTO
    Thailand Boonsak PONSANA
    China WANG Zhengming
    Hong Kong HU Yun
    Indonesia Sony Dwi KUNCORO
    Code:
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    China WANG Shixian
    India Saina NEHWAL
    Korea BAE Yeon Ju
    Korea SUNG Ji Hyun
    China LI Xuerui
    Thailand Porntip BURANAPRASERTSUK
    Chinese Taipei TAI Tzu Ying
    Japan Minatsu MITANI
    Code:
    MD
    Indonesia Hendra SETIAWAN Mohammad AHSAN
    Japan Hiroyuki ENDO Kenichi HAYAKAWA
    China LIU Xiaolong QIU Zihan
    Korea KO Sung Hyun LEE Yong Dae
    Japan Hirokatsu HASHIMOTO Noriyasu HIRATA
    Denmark Mathias BOE Carsten MOGENSEN
    Malaysia Kien Keat KOO Boon Heong TAN
    Korea KIM Ki Jung KIM Sa Rang
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    WD
    China WANG Xiaoli YU Yang (F)
    Japan Misaki MATSUTOMO Ayaka TAKAHASHI
    China MA Jin TANG Jinhua
    Denmark Kamilla RYTTER JUHL Christinna PEDERSEN
    Indonesia Pia Zebadiah BERNADETH Rizki Amelia PRADIPTA
    Thailand Duanganong AROONKESORN Kunchala VORAVICHITCHAIKUL
    Korea JUNG Kyung Eun KIM Ha Na
    Japan Reika KAKIIWA Miyuki MAEDA
    Code:
    XD
    China ZHANG Nan ZHAO Yunlei
    Indonesia Tontowi AHMAD Liliyana NATSIR
    Denmark Joachim FISCHER NIELSEN Christinna PEDERSEN
    China XU Chen MA Jin
    Malaysia Peng Soon CHAN Liu Ying GOH
    Indonesia Markis KIDO Pia Zebadiah BERNADETH
    England Chris ADCOCK Gabrielle WHITE
    Thailand Sudket PRAPAKAMOL Saralee THOUNGTHONGKAM
    This list can only be wrong if Schenk can blaze her way to Hongkong Final and make Tai Tzu Ying out

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    Quote Originally Posted by fd16n View Post
    This list can only be wrong if Schenk can blaze her way to Hongkong Final and make Tai Tzu Ying out
    Almost. Schenk only needs the 6420 points from making the semi-finals to pass Tai, who won only 3600 points this week. That's hard enough, though, considering that she needs to beat Wang Shixian to do it.

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    Nope, no chance for Ajay Jayaram to qualify. He would not have made it even if he made it to the finals of the HK Open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pathan View Post
    Nope, no chance for Ajay Jayaram to qualify. He would not have made it even if he made it to the finals of the HK Open.
    That's not true. If he had made the finals, he would have had 43830 points to current #8 Hu Yun's 43180. Even Marc Zwiebler had a shot that would have necessitated a Hong Kong Open title.

    Anyway, it's a moot point. With the English loss today, even the extra MD spot is decided, in the event that Ko/Lee do not choose / get forced to participate.

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    If I'd heard GC right during the HK Open MS final today, she was saying that had Chen Long just appeared to play a few points before retiring in R1, he would have still qualified for the SSF.

    Now it's purely wishful thinking that some kind souls might decide to withdraw and make way for Chen Long to get in. Or else, expect LCW, after nearly 3-weeks rest and in front of his home crowd on homeground, to walk all over every single one of his opponents all the way to the final.

    For Intanon's absence, I feel that Porntip is worthy of taking her place to challenge the Chinese; it would be great to have them both in , but that seems highly improbable.

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    What remains true now is... Ajay doesn't qualify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    If I'd heard GC right during the HK Open MS final today, she was saying that had Chen Long just appeared to play a few points before retiring in R1, he would have still qualified for the SSF.
    Also incorrect. Alan's numbers are correct, of course. Chen Long would have had 42760 if he had lost in the 1st round. Hu Yun finished at #8 with 43180. Also, at the time, Chen didn't know so many chasers would lose so early. At the time, even with Chen getting the additional 2220 points, 7 shuttlers (all the way down the list to Zwiebler) still could have caught him even though a few of them would have needed to win the tournament.

    Now it's purely wishful thinking that some kind souls might decide to withdraw and make way for Chen Long to get in. Or else, expect LCW, after nearly 3-weeks rest and in front of his home crowd on homeground, to walk all over every single one of his opponents all the way to the final.

    For Intanon's absence, I feel that Porntip is worthy of taking her place to challenge the Chinese; it would be great to have them both in , but that seems highly improbable.
    I guess it's not impossible but perhaps improbable. Since the BWF started fining players for not going, there have been a few cases of players withdrawing to cede their spot to another: Saina Nehwal, was the first when injured in 2010, and Reiko Shiota, who had retired before the finals in 2012. Last year, Jang Ye Na also got injured and pulled out by the injury happened 3 days earlier and I believe she still went, but didn't play. They'd already confirmed and it was too late to make a substitution. 5 others had withdrawn in time, though, so it can happen.
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    There are unofficial final lists here, by the way.

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    Ranking list for superseries finals has been published yesterday.

    http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/ra...g.aspx?rid=138

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    Quote Originally Posted by event View Post
    There are unofficial final lists here, by the way.
    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Ranking list for superseries finals has been published yesterday.

    http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/ra...g.aspx?rid=138
    yes, but they are both a few days behind BadmintonCentral's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    yes, but they are both a few days behind BadmintonCentral's.
    Ok boss. I have some doubt.. Would they group something like 'odd' series and 'even' series..? I mean ..1,3,5,7 and 2,4,6,8 or in some other format??

    If they group something like this :

    WS will look like

    Grp A

    1. Wang Shixian
    2. Bae Yeon Ju
    3. Li Xuerui
    4. Sung Ji Hyun

    Korea and China has 2 players each.

    Grp B

    1. Saina Nehwal
    2. Portnip
    3. Minatsu Mitani
    4. Tai Tzu Ying

    Four countries represent Group B. Am i right??

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    normally they will place players from the same country in different group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    normally they will place players from the same country in different group.
    Let's see how they divide.. Because, Last year, Wang shixian and Li xuerui were placed in the same group..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    normally they will place players from the same country in different group.
    I don't think so. If I recall correctly, both Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei and Xu Chen Ma Jin was in the same group in 2011 edition.
    http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...756AE7&draw=13

    edited: adding link
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