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    Quote Originally Posted by SolsticeOfLight View Post
    It's amazing to see how long JJS and LYD have been right at the top.
    Bring on the new season
    I was suprised, too! Since 2008 they are always on the list "having won the most MD titles of the year".
    Next season will be interesting! LCW should dominate the MS (many fights with CL I believe until LD comes back), WS by LXR and WY (behind the field is quite open with SN,JS,IR,TB,WSX...), MX by MJ/XC, ZN/ZY, JFN/CP, maybe TA/LN and GL/CPS. MD will be very interesting with MB/CM, KKK/TBH, CY/FHF, KSH/LYD, BI/MJ, KSR/KKJ... (depends also on how many tournaments BoMo and Fu/cai will/can play)

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    It is really quite telling that on the MS page, only 3 players who have ever entered the final of a SS qualified to play in this year's SSF, and two of them never got past the group stages. Changing of the guards, really.

    Edit: Oops seems like that isn't really the case. Can I ask how are the players chosen to be represented in the data?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolsticeOfLight View Post
    It's amazing to see how long JJS and LYD have been right at the top.
    Bring on the new season
    Quote Originally Posted by KB@TB Em View Post
    I was suprised, too! Since 2008 they are always on the list "having won the most MD titles of the year".
    Next season will be interesting! LCW should dominate the MS (many fights with CL I believe until LD comes back), WS by LXR and WY (behind the field is quite open with SN,JS,IR,TB,WSX...), MX by MJ/XC, ZN/ZY, JFN/CP, maybe TA/LN and GL/CPS. MD will be very interesting with MB/CM, KKK/TBH, CY/FHF, KSH/LYD, BI/MJ, KSR/KKJ... (depends also on how many tournaments BoMo and Fu/cai will/can play)
    LYD/JJS are definitely the most prolific MD for the last decade. I’m sure the regret must be that ever elusive Olympics gold for JJS, so near and yet so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamsyams View Post
    It is really quite telling that on the MS page, only 3 players who have ever entered the final of a SS qualified to play in this year's SSF, and two of them never got past the group stages. Changing of the guards, really.

    Edit: Oops seems like that isn't really the case. Can I ask how are the players chosen to be represented in the data?
    which tables/data are you referring to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    which tables/data are you referring to?
    What I meant is how do you choose which players to feature on the individual data sheets (MS, MD, etc). I had thought it was on the basis of whether they entered a SS final, but then I realised that DPY isn't inside...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamsyams View Post
    What I meant is how do you choose which players to feature on the individual data sheets (MS, MD, etc). I had thought it was on the basis of whether they entered a SS final, but then I realised that DPY isn't inside...
    i see, only the winners will be listed plus a few potentials

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    updated with the first 2 t'ments of the 7th year of SS.

    http://www.mediafire.com/?mf3pzz2rt9p31

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    updated with AE and IO;

    http://www.mediafire.com/?mf3pzz2rt9p31

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    updated with INA and SNG Opens;

    http://www.mediafire.com/?mf3pzz2rt9p31

    We are just at half way of the 7th year of SuperSeries with that we have;

    A new MS champion in Tommy Sugiarto (INA),

    A new WS champion in Sung Ji Hyun (KOR),

    Two new MD champions in Liu Xiaolong & Qiu Zihan (CHN) and Mohammad Ahsan / Hendra Setiawan (INA), and

    Two new WD champions in Bao Yixin with partners Tian Qing and Cheng Shu (CHN).

    XD is steadier as dominated by the top 4, in fact they won 11 out of the last 12 titles between them.

    Also, INA becomes the newest member of the elite group that had won 3 or more titles in a tournament.
    Only 2 other countries are in that elite group.
    Last edited by AlanY; 06-25-2013 at 02:00 PM.

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    from the latest results i've complied a table for the top 3 winners for each of the 5 disciplines;

    No of Titles No of T'ments Winning Ratio
    MS 1 LEE Chong Wei 28 60 46.7%
    2 LIN Dan 16 42 38.1%
    3 CHEN Long 8 36 22.2%
    WS 1 WANG Yihan 15 49 30.6%
    2 Tine BAUN 9 60 15.0%
    3 WANG Shixian 7 37 18.9%
    MD 1 CHUNG Jae Sung / LEE Yong Dae 17 41 41.5%
    2 CAI Yun / FU Haifeng 14 46 30.4%
    3 Markis KIDO / Hendra SETIAWAN 9 51 17.6%
    WD 1 WANG Xiaoli / YU Yang 14 20 70.0%
    2 DU Jing / YU Yang 9 21 42.9%
    3 TIAN Qing / ZHAO Yunlei 6 17 35.3%
    XD 1 ZHANG Nan / ZHAO Yunlei 10 25 40.0%
    2 ZHENG Bo / Gao Ling 8 15 53.3%
    3 XU Chen / MA Jin 7 21 33.3%
    3 Tontowi AHMAD / Liliyana NATSIR 7 24 29.2%

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    updated to include Denmark and French Opens;

    latest version SuperSeries_DB_V7.10
    http://www.mediafire.com/?mf3pzz2rt9p31

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    We all know that LCW is the ‘king’ of the Super Series with 29 single titles to date, only 2 short of Yu Yang’s 31 who doubled up in women and mixed.

    But I guess not many of you realise that LCW is also hold the title of the most lost in the final with 15 losses, nobody come close (next one down is T Hidayat with 9). Therefore, it is not surprising that Lee is the busiest of them all as he played in 63 out of the 82 t’ments so far. That equated to 70% chance that he will be in the final of the t’ment that he entered!

    This is not quite the full story as Boonsak Ponsana also played in 63 tournaments in a similar time frame but BP only played in 136 matches compare with Lee’s 274. Again nobody come close to that work load. Lee played almost 100 matches more than the next busiest group of Lin Dan, Chen J and P Gade in the same period of around 175 matches.

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    Here is another statistics that not many of you like to see your favourite’s players in it. Yes, it’s the dreaded first round exit.

    1st round exit
    Men's Singles Boonsak Ponsana 29
    Women's Singles Porntip Buranaprasertsuk 24
    Men's Doubles Mohd Z A Latif / Mohd F M Tazari 15
    Women's Doubles D Aroonkesorn / K Voravichitchaikul 34
    Mixed Doubles S Anugritayawon / K Voravichitchaikul 20
    R Mateusiak / N Kostiuczyk 20

    Imagine you’ve to travel half way of the globe to play a couple of games of badminton, and for over 30 times!
    So, have you notice the common denominator? Yes, it’s Thailand that topped 4 out of 5 disciplines!
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    Without any doubt the performer of the year is the reigning Olympic mixed double champion, Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei. They have won 7 out of the 9 Super Series in the last 12 months and with the last 4 titles in a row that happened only once before by their compatriots Wang Xiaoli and Yu Yang in 2011.

    We do have a few 3 in a row though;

    Year
    Men's Singles Sony Kuncoro 2008
    Lee Chong Wei 2010
    Chen Long 2011
    Women's Singles Wang Xin 2011
    Men's Doubles Fu Haifeng / Cai Yun 2007
    Markis Kido / Hendra Setiawan 2008
    Jung Jae Sung / Lee Yong Dae 2008/9 & 2009/10
    Women's Doubles
    Mixed Doubles Zheng Bo / Gao Ling 2007 twice
    Zheng Bo / Ma Jin 2009
    Xu Chen / Ma Jin 2012

    One noticeably absent is the ‘you know who’. Maybe it’s the secret of his success; winning 3 tournaments in a row is a definite no no.

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    Last but not least;

    Malaysia’s former world No 1 pair Koo Kean Keat and Tan Boon Heong has a title drought of almost 4 years; their last win was at the Malaysian 2010 and with 12 1st/2nd round exits since then.

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    thanks for the info!

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    updated to latest version SuperSeries_DB_v7.12
    http://www.mediafire.com/?mf3pzz2rt9p31

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