Sri Lanka Open IC 2014
Sri Lanka Open International Badminton Challenge 2014
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 to Sunday, June 8, 2014
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Some of the countries with pretty strong representation here include Sri Lanka (of course!), India, Thailand, Indonesia, Chinese Taipei, Malaysia, Australia, USA and Singapore.
Also here are players from Austria, Denmark, France, Philippines, Iran, Bangladesh, Canada and Macau.
Lee Hyun Il is the only player from Korea playing here!
The Karunaratne clan is present and accounted for.
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Strong march from india.. H.S.Prannoy , Sai Praneeth, Arvind bhat and Anand Pawar are some of the notable names..
P.C.Thulasi is the favourite in the women's singles.. Let's see how it goes for her..
This is the best chance for Akshay/pranav to get back to their form so that they have an easier draw in CWG...same goes for other Indians....Lucas corvee is in great form he will surely prove to be a thorn to other players in MS....WS is more one sided as India dominates it..top seed Jamie can be easily defeated by the Indian ladies....I wish we witness pc thulasi/tanvi v/s arundhati ......
I think arunthathi withdrawn... still we have many chances... I am still wondering why gopichand not sending rituparna to any events outside India.... she needs to get more exposure.... NANDAGOPAL, a hidden talent in Indian badminton.... looking forward for his matches...
Young rohit yadav lost to a Malaysian player...
Young 19 year old Sameer verma won his match against recent Thomas cup malaysian team player Soon Huat Goh.
No wonder. Even when sameer was 17 or 18 years old, he won Wei Feng chong, that too in malaysia itself..
I think Liang Xiaoyu is favourit of WS.
I just saw Chia Hsin Lee who beat Akane Yamaguchi in WJC 2014 mixed team event.
Hey guyz is Der any live streaming on YouTube or on tv??
Well I know its just a IC but still it looks quite crucial for 'B' group contenders
Oh yes my mistake!!arundhathi is suffering from injury since UC
Na! No coverage.. Only TS
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Of course yes.... Either she or that Taipei girl will win the title
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Oh no. Jacqueline kunath rose of india lost to top seed with very tight rubber set. 22-20.
Nandagopal/Hema Nagendra lost to a Taipei pair.... I expected much from them
Nandagopal/Maneesha won a three tight setter against a Thai pair...
Singapore have two good women's singles player in this tourney...
Kilasu Ostemeyer is talented double plyer , she is 17 yearsold.
I remember her and her partner after they beat Jwala Gutta/Ashwini Ponnappa in India open GPG this year.
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