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    Default Forfeit of world ranking point - new rule

    This article appears today in BWF web page:

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    Could it be the aftermath of Thailand walkout from the World Championship and participate in the World University Game?

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    i dont quite understand the rule.could anyone explain?

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    Basically it says that a player who has been accepted into a BWF event, cannot withdraw and play in another BWF event over the same period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linus View Post
    Basically it says that a player who has been accepted into a BWF event, cannot withdraw and play in another BWF event over the same period.
    That's funny ! How could BWF schedule two or more events in the same time. They shall not sanction it & put the blames on players

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    That's very possible. You see BWF is not the one who actually organised the events, the respective country associations are. BWF in most cases only endorse/sanction the event.

    Moreoever for those pan-regional events such as World University Game or South-east Asian (SEA) Game etc, BWF has no direct influence on the choice of dates of these events. Obviously BWF would not want to see for example a Super Series tournament to clash with the SEA game where the best Indonesia and Malaysia players would likely to oblige to participate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linus View Post
    This article appears today in BWF web page:

    http://www.internationalbadminton.or...-E98FE38CA281}

    Could it be the aftermath of Thailand walkout from the World Championship and participate in the World University Game?
    Probably refers to LTS of MAS who withdrew from JO07 to play in Canada Open?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjswift View Post
    Probably refers to LTS of MAS who withdrew from JO07 to play in Canada Open?
    not this one.. they are pointing at BP case who choose to participate in World Uni games over WC'07.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linus View Post
    That's very possible. You see BWF is not the one who actually organised the events, the respective country associations are. BWF in most cases only endorse/sanction the event.

    Moreoever for those pan-regional events such as World University Game or South-east Asian (SEA) Game etc, BWF has no direct influence on the choice of dates of these events. Obviously BWF would not want to see for example a Super Series tournament to clash with the SEA game where the best Indonesia and Malaysia players would likely to oblige to participate.
    Sea Games once a two year, Asian Games once in forth year. BWF should be more flexible with their schedule to make way for Badminton players to participate in those 2 events.
    How about Olympics, you won't see BWF to scheduled any Badminton Tournaments during that periods. Why Can't they did the same thing for Pan- Regional games??

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    Quote Originally Posted by samuel882 View Post
    not this one.. they are pointing at BP case who choose to participate in World Uni games over WC'07.
    You are right; CO and JO are in different weeks anyway. However World University Games is not a BWF tournament so will not come under this rule?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjswift View Post
    You are right; CO and JO are in different weeks anyway. However World University Games is not a BWF tournament so will not come under this rule?
    I believe BWF sanction the World University Games - it is in BWF calender.

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