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    Smile Russian Open 2008

    RUSSIAN OPEN GRAND PRIX BADMINTON CHAMPIONSHIPS 2008




    Russian Open Badminton Championships 2008 will be scheduled from November 04 09, 2008 at Moscow, Russia.

    This event was sanctioned by the Badminton World Federation as a Grand Prix tournament. The total prize money is USD 50,000.00. The prize money will be distributed in accordance with the BWF Grand Prix regulations.



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    Unfortunately, Russian Open tournament level is decreased from GP Gold (US$120,000) last year to GP (US$50,000) for this year edition.

    2007 Winners :

    MS -- Lu Yi (CHN)
    WS -- Wang Yihan (CHN)
    MD -- Kristof Hopp/Ingo Kindervater (GER)
    WD -- Du Jing/Yu Yang (CHN)
    XD -- Robert Mateusiak/Nadiezda Kostiuczyk (POL)

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    any reason for it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Unfortunately, Russian Open tournament level is decreased from GP Gold (US$120,000) last year to GP (US$50,000) for this year edition.

    2007 Winners :

    MS -- Lu Yi (CHN)
    WS -- Wang Yihan (CHN)
    MD -- Kristof Hopp/Ingo Kindervater (GER)
    WD -- Du Jing/Yu Yang (CHN)
    XD -- Robert Mateusiak/Nadiezda Kostiuczyk (POL)
    surely....affected players who want to participate in this tourneys..?

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    The entry list of this tournament has already released by BWF, most of them are home players. No any Asian country will send their players to Moscow.

    M/Q reports :

    http://www.internationalbadminton.or...ion%20%201.xls

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    Taken from BWF website, the draw of Russian Open 2008 has been postponed to Wednesday (22 October), and some players withdrew from this tournament :

    MS -- Kestutis Navickas (LTU), Stefan Wojcikiewicz (CAN), Maxime Renault (FRA), Georgios Charalambidis (GRE)

    WS -- Karen Foo Kune (MRI)
    Last edited by CLELY; 10-21-2008 at 10:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Unfortunately, Russian Open tournament level is decreased from GP Gold (US$120,000) last year to GP (US$50,000) for this year edition.
    Yeah. It affects the ranking pts for the players as well as PAW pts.

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    Thumbs up Tournamentsoftware for the Russian GP 2008 is now up and running

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    And the tournamentsoftware for the Russian GP 2008 is now up and running:
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    I don't think interests on this tourney will be high. At least I would have 1 week of rest Next week's NZ Open is quite relaxing as well since only a few INA players are involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    The entry list of this tournament has already released by BWF, most of them are home players. No any Asian country will send their players to Moscow.
    More distribution of wealth for non-Asian players is good for badminton worldwide... I see this as a good thing... Let the Eastern Europeans prosper in badminton... We will then see them clamoring for the Olympics to still be included in the Olympics [forever]... A good thing for Badminton [overall]...

    The Asians want to save their money for tournaments within the Asian continent this time... The US$ exchange rate is killing most of our Asian currencies... Ticket prices to Moscow are just too high for a single GP level tournament...

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    Today's qualification will stage MS, WS, XD matches between local players and small number of Ukrainian shuttlers. This GP tourney is full of lesser known names with Dicky Palyama and Pi Hongyan as MS and WS top-seed respectively.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Today's qualification will stage MS, WS, XD matches between local players and small number of Ukrainian shuttlers. This GP tourney is full of lesser known names with Dicky Palyama and Pi Hongyan as MS and WS top-seed respectively.
    Pi Hongyan has withdrawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Pi Hongyan has withdrawn
    Oh, I see...then Petya has bright chance to win another GP title after Bulgarian Open last month.

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    seem not many good player join this tourney
    mostly russian....

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    anyone know how old are petya???

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    so who`s the big winner here?

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    not finish yet lar...just 2nd and 3rd round today

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