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    Lin dan 21-7, 21-14

    Better luck srikanth next time.

    I dont think LCW is a threat to Lin Dan anymore.

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    Lee Jang Mi upset Mitani in 2 straight game.21-18,21-19😏😏

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    The surprising outcome continues, Minatsu and Chou Tien Chen are sent packing by local shuttler Lee Jang Mi and Vietanamese Pham Cao Cuong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paroxysmal View Post
    Lin dan 21-7, 21-14 Better luck srikanth next time. I dont think LCW is a threat to Lin Dan anymore.
    we shall see whether lcw is a threat to lin dan , in the world championship =p

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    Very disappointing that there is no live scores available.

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    ya very disappointing no live scores . hopefully tomorrow there will b livescores. quarter final (Friday) should have since there is live on TV!?!? wei nan vs lee dong kuen will be interesting.

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    Hopefully, BAC will be available on BadmintonWorld.tv. If not, GuangDong TV will have coverage from Friday to Sunday.


    Friday's coverage starts at 12:00pm Beijing Time, on two channels:


    http://v.gdtv.cn/option/com_content/ItemId/96/


    http://v.gdtv.cn/option/com_content/ItemId/98/


    Not sure if they are covering two separate courts or the same court.

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    BAC is not a BWF's tournament so BWF won't stream it.

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    it seems like Lin Dan is already a winner of this BAC, no question ask...

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    How did this happen?


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    this pair is so lucky as they simply pass to QF (most like make it to SF)...


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    Look seem home player surpass to 2nd round 100%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badadum View Post
    Sorry hau-ge, but I disagree with the justification. I'm assuming PBSI already has a list of players months ahead of the tournament. If that's the case then PBSI has plenty of time to secure visa. Like you said yourself, different countries has different visa requirement, which PBSI is well aware of. If there's not enough days to apply for visa after coming back from Singapore, why don't they apply before going there to begin with?
    Because you need invitation to apply the visa..for badminton players, we need invitation, that's why...BAC justbreleased one month and invitation is out close to 3 weeks and the same time, players were in India, Singapore, Malaysia,,,how could they apply? Tell me!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by badadum View Post
    Sorry hau-ge, but I disagree with the justification. I'm assuming PBSI already has a list of players months ahead of the tournament. If that's the case then PBSI has plenty of time to secure visa. Like you said yourself, different countries has different visa requirement, which PBSI is well aware of. If there's not enough days to apply for visa after coming back from Singapore, why don't they apply before going there to begin with?
    Please read my earlier post, after players coming home from AE and SWISS, we asked BAC about the prospectus and invitation and at that time, Korea association was still busy with the appeals, not sure about thaintournaments...as I mentioned earlier..Indonesia is not like Singapore/HKG/Japan..too bad LOH was too busy in Singapore and I could explain better...bottom line..it is not like ABC..even some countries has visas on arrival, for badminton players..it is always safe to apply visas, not on arrival...if they decline it andnyou will be in trouble...samenthing for China players, Indonesia provides visa on arrival fornchina, but Chinese players always ask Invitation and never apply visas on arrival, for safety issue

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    More upsets, Hwang Jong Soo beat Viet warrior Nguyen Tien Minh, and Liu Kai eliminated Kento Momota.

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    All KOR shuttlers through to R/16, looks like homeground extra motivation.

    ROUND OF 16 (11.00am, 4 courts) : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...3A2&d=20140424

    MD top-seed Lee/Tsai gave walkover, free QF ticket for MAS pair Low JS/Nelson Heg. Looking forward to these encounters outcome :
    - Wei Nan (HKG) v Lee Dong Keun (KOR)
    - Sho Sasaki (JPN) v Son Wan Ho (KOR)
    - P.V. Sindhu (IND) v Eriko Hirose (JPN)
    - Bae Yeon Ju (KOR) v Busanan Ongbumrungpan (THA)
    - Sayaka Takahashi (JPN) v Ratchanok Intanon (THA)

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    There are 4 Chinese pairs against Korea tomorrow...will the trend continue for home shuttlers?

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