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    Default 2014 INDIA Open Grand Prix Gold - Entry List & DRAW

    M/Q Report version 1 (updated 27th December 2013) : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=523206&dl=1

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    DRAW is already published through BWF website : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=525355&dl=1

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    At first I thought no CHN players will be in attendance here, with the event held so near the Chinese New Year (Spring Festival) which begins officially 31st Jan, yet we get a few CHN second stringers and juniors willing to compete, namely, Xue Song, Suo Di, Deng Xuan, MD Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen, XD Huang Kaixiang/Chen Qingchen, WD Yu Xiaohan/Huang Yaqiong etc.

    Also found out that originally WS Sun Yu and Liu Xin were in but later withdrawn. Wonder if Suo Di and Deng Xuan in opposite halves of the draw can upset Sindhu and Saina respectively should they cross swords.

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    Some withdrawals according to ts com : Nichaon Jindapon (THA), Suo Di (CHN), Sonia Cheah Su Ya (MAS), Ow Yao Han/Teo Kok Siang (MAS), Markis Kido/Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth (INA), Gideon Markus Fernaldi/Rizki Amelia Pradipta (INA), etc.

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    Suo Di withdrawn, that leaves Deng Xuan alone for CHN WS. Yes, Jindapon is, I think, the main threat to Saina and Sindhu as the other one, Suo Di , is out of the picture.

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    any tournamentsoftware link? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    any tournamentsoftware link? thanks
    http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...F-7D1C35BF6536

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    Incredible India!
    (Could be Saurav Agrawal?)

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    Suo Di withdrawn, that leaves Deng Xuan alone for CHN WS. Yes, Jindapon is, I think, the main threat to Saina and Sindhu as the other one, Suo Di , is out of the picture.
    I'm told Jindapon has withdrawn.

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    Deng xuan is a good player. Though she is not same class of saina and sindhu, anything can happen at any time.
    Just now saw , rituparna das has withdrawn. Ruthvika shivani is there in the path of deng xuan. Let's see whether this junior national champion can do wonder or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post

    Incredible India!
    (Could be Saurav Agrawal?)



    I'm told Jindapon has withdrawn.
    You're right. That means it shall be Saina vs Sindhu WS Final, with , most likely, Saina winning her first title of the year. Other IND WS to watch could be Arundhati Pantawane and Thulasi P. C., I think.

    For the INA WS, I'd pick Bella to cause any upset; the other two have reasonable chances too, namely Lindaweni and Hera.

    The MAS WS Tee Jing Yi is not without any chances of upsetting the higher-ranked players. The RUS Natalia Perminova isn't a weak player either, relatively speaking.

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