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    Chris Landgridge/Heather Olver 8th seeds knocked out by Jorrit DE RUITER/Samantha BARNING.

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    What an upset by Ade Yusuf/Wahyu Nayaka in beating the seventh-seed Ko Sung Hyun/Shin Baek Cheol in two tight-sets.

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    Fu Haifeng/Zhang Nan was tested in G1 before scoring an emphatic G2 win to wrap it in two sets. My intuition tells me FHF/ZN are still probing,finding their way and tying up loose ends in their partnership. Nonetheless,an encouraging start to the tournament, beating Adcock/Ellis is no mean feat, but it's only R1, too early to jump into any conclusion. As usual, any pair from INA, DEN, TPE are main threats and even GER, NED,etc, may spring a surprise.

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    Well done Wahyu/Ade! It's nice to see them make a big upset against Ko Sung Hyun/Shin Baek Cheol.

    They have a lot of potential, even more potential than Ricky/Berry I think. The good news is this year they're going to have regularly appearance on Superseries and GPG tournaments. Hope they can fulfill their potential.

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    A lucky escape for Gao Huan in G2. Once RO finds his rhythm and reads your game, you're like caught in his bind. IMHO, GH should play more front court, net shots and drop shots and only lift when necessary preferably to RO's deep backhand. RO is very strong in his forehand side and his follow-up fast flat pushes are troublesome; with his height and reach, he'll always try to force you to lift the shuttle to him. GH will have to try and break RO's rhythm by doing something different or unexpected once in a while to keep him guessing, easier said than done. My 2cents.

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    ouseph's still in the lead, he's showing his dominance. 15-10 is a good lead and i think he just needs to last a few good rallies to seal his victory. but then again, this is badminton - and badminton is a cheating, conniving, scheming, finicky biatch lol - and those guys are a level apart so... anything can happen

    ps: 18-12 now. they're so fast! they finished 6 pts in the time i finished a cpl sentences!
    game pt-14 now. ouseph's through!
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    Now here comes Victor Axelsen vs Lee Dong keun.. I was expecting this match for so long..

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    11-1 to VA in the mid game interval..

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    11-1 to Axelsen over Lee Dong Keun ?

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    21-8 to VA in the first game..

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    Lucas Corvee gave Tian Houwei a hard time in G1 ?! What a tentative start for THW, not a good sign.

    At last week's AE, he was one game to the good but lost G2 narrowly,21-23 to HKV, and couldn't recover himself in G3;maybe he's still smarting from it - this is where maturity and experience come in.

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    Who retired? Michelle Li or Ella Diehl ?

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    INA has 10 representatives in R16, with one match featuring two of them (XD). So, 1 guaranteed place in the QF.

    MS - I don't think Andre Kurniawan Tedjono can beat Tian Houwei. Let's see.

    WS - Bellaetrix Manuputty has a good chance against Zhang Beiwen, with H2H of 1-0 in favor of Bella.

    MD - Positive results in R32 for Wahyu/Ade and Ricky/Berry plus the expected victory of Kido/Marcus mean that INA has 3 representatives in R16. Kido/Marcus and Ricky/Berry should progress to QF, while Wahyu/Ade also have a good chance against Chris Langridge/Peter Mills.

    WD - It was a close shave for Grace/Nitya in the second-set yesterday, winning by a whisker 22-20. Both Grace/Nitya and Pia/Rizki should progress to QF too.

    XD - As expected, Jordan/Debby beat Riky/Richi and they should take this chance to progress to QF although they face a tricky match against Robert Mateusiak/Agniezka Wojtkowska. In the all-INA match, Kido/Pia have a slight edge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Yeah, it's too early losing for Ko SH as he's seeded pair for both categories...Not good result of KOR shuttlers lately, Son WH is exceptional who may cruise into final here based on his superb performance last week. The other side, well done action by INA back-up pairs Wahyu/Ade


    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Who retired? Michelle Li or Ella Diehl ?
    Michelle progressed, wanna see her performance after she booked good result at AE.

    ROUND OF 16 (3 courts, 12.00pm) => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...C8B&d=20140313

    Below matches are expected to be interesting encounters :
    - Viktor Axelsen (DEN) v Chen Yuekun (CHN)
    - Michelle Li (CAN) v P.V. Sindhu (IND)
    - Conrad/Kolding (DEN) v Lee SM/Tsai CH (TPE)
    - Luo Twins (CHN) v Lee SH/Shin SC (KOR)
    - Cheng WH/Hsieh PC (TPE) v Muskens/Piek (NED)
    - Kolding/Juhl (DEN) v Chai B/Tang JH (CHN)
    - Shin BC/Eom HW (KOR) v The Adcocks (ENG)
    - Liu C/Bao YX (CHN) v Fuchs/Michels (GER)

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    Michelle Li (CAN) v P.V. Sindhu (IND)
    Conrad/Kolding (DEN) v Lee SM/Tsai CH (TPE)
    Luo Twins (CHN) v Lee SH/Shin SC (KOR)
    Cheng WH/Hsieh PC (TPE) v
    Muskens/Piek (NED)
    Shin BC/Eom HW (KOR) v The Adcocks (ENG)

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    Looking forward to Juhl/ Kolding vs Chai/ Tang today.

    The Danish pair finally had a decent tournament at AE, but i'm getting more and more impressed with Chai & Tang playing together.

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