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    Nerves have been a huge problem for Chinese Players.
    Fan Zhendong is world rank 3 (yes, in senior rankings) player who has no competition, with the nearest opponent at some distant 30-40 (as far as I know), but he's not playing upto his standards.
    I guess young players are more easily overwhelmed by pressure. Nevertheless, these situation will help them for their senior careers.

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    QUARTERFINALS (06.30pm local time, 3 courts) : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...A20&d=20140820

    Seven players will play twice today : Cheam June Wei, Kanta Tsuneyama, Shi Yuqi, Anthony Ginting, Lee Chia Hsin, Ng Tsz Yau, He Bingjiao.

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    Quarter Finals Representation.

    MS

    Only CHN had 2 MS participants, the rest are from MAS, IND, GER, HKG, JPN and INA. The two CHN players are seeded #1 & #2. Will Cheam (MAS) and Anthony (INA), both seeded #3/4, be able to pose a challenge to the Chinese?

    Except for unseeded Aditya Joshi (IND), the remaining MS players are all seeded. GER and HKG are surprise inclusions from the non-traditional powerhouse countries.

    WS

    Representatives for WS are evenly drawn from different countries.

    Yamaguchi (JPN) remains the hot favourite but Busanan (THA) seems to be in top form and can cause an upset. Though seeded #2, HBJ (CHN) has been unimpressive so far.

    Unseeded players from INA, HKG, TPE and KOR shocked the field to advance to the QF. Of note is Kim Ga Eun (KOR) who easily disposed of Liang Xiaoyu (SIN) #5/8 in R2. Europe is represented by Clara Azurmendi of Spain.

    Will there be more upsets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    QUARTERFINALS (06.30pm local time, 3 courts) : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...A20&d=20140820

    Seven players will play twice today : Cheam June Wei, Kanta Tsuneyama, Shi Yuqi, Anthony Ginting, Lee Chia Hsin, Ng Tsz Yau, He Bingjiao.
    I noticed that too. Having these players compete in XDs followed by their Singles a little more than an hour or so later is not a good idea.

    Wonder how many of those who have to play XD first would put in real effort so as to conserve energy for their more important singles matches afterwards. As for those who play singles first, such as Ng TY and Cheam JW, they might be somewhat too tired for their XD that follow less than two hours later.

    Scheduling all the XDs in the afternoon session, preferably all more or less at the same time, then followed by singles in the evening would be better. Either that or have all the singles matches in the afternoon and all the XDs in the evening but I supposed the organizer prefer to have the singles in the evening to cater to and attract a bigger crowd, mostly working people on office hours.

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    Aditya Joshi is making good progress, just watch him beating Cheam June Wei in a 3-setter to advance to the semifinal.

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    Not bad, Ruselli gives herself a lifeline coming from behind to take G2, 21-18, after being emphatically outplayed in G1, 21-6. A three-setter is on the cards.

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    No upset, Akane reasserts herself to deny Ruselli in G3, wrapping it up 21-11 for a place in the semifinal.

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    The livestream really screws up, every now and then switching to the just-concluded match.

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    Despite an initital scare, Lin Gui Pu manages to win the first set 21-18 against the Hong Kong player. He was down 7-15 at one point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    The livestream really screws up, every now and then switching to the just-concluded match.
    After refreshing the screen, it's all right now.

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    Meanwhile. Lee Chia Hsin is on course to face off Akane tomorrow after taking care of Kim Ga Eun in two straight sets, 21-18,21-16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Meanwhile. Lee Chia Hsin is on course to face off Akane tomorrow after taking care of Kim Ga Eun in two straight sets, 21-18,21-16.
    It's exactly same scoreline for Lin Guipu def. Lee Cheuk Yiu. Two Chinese boys advance into last four, Shi Yuqi v Aditya Joshi and Lin Guipu will meet either Ginting or Tsuneyama.

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    A lop-sided 1st game win for Ginting, 21-8, over Kanta.

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    Kanta turns his game around in G2, 21-14, to even the score and force the rubber.

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    Anthony Ginting Sinisuka [3/4] is through to the SF after beating Kanta Tsuneyama [5/8] in 3-sets. He will face the second-seed Lin Guipu for a place in the Final tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Meanwhile. Lee Chia Hsin is on course to face off Akane tomorrow after taking care of Kim Ga Eun in two straight sets, 21-18,21-16.
    Sorry, I've forgotten this impressive Taiwanese girl who defeated one of the seeded Chinese in R1.

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