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    Thumbs up 2011 World Championships: Sung Ji Hyun made it to Round 3

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    Yes, Sung Ji Hyun's first match was quite good

    Round 2: Sung Ji Hyun defeated Ai Goto (JPN) 21-13, 21-14 in 37 minutes.
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    Round 3: Tine Baun [5] defeated Sung Ji Hyun [13] 13-21, 21-12, 21-10 in 49 minutes.

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...4FAEB4D&draw=2
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    Thumbs up 2011 Chinese Taipei Open GP Gold: Sung Ji Hyun [4] made it to Semi-Finals

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    At the 2011 Chinese Taipei Open GP Gold, Sung Ji Hyun [4] made it to Semi-Finals, to be played tomorrow, Saturday 10-September.

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...F1EE73D&draw=3

    Her Semi-Finals match will be a tough one (IMHO).

    Her opponent Pai Hsiao Ma is in top form. She (Pai Hsiao Ma) has already eliminated 2 top seeds in earlier rounds (Cheng Shao Chieh [1] in Round 2, and Yip Pui Yin [5] at the Quarter-Finals)

    Good Luck to Sung Ji Hyun.
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    Thumbs up 2011 Chinese Taipei Open GP Gold: Sung Ji Hyun [4] made it to the Finals

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    At the 2011 Chinese Taipei Open GP Gold, Sung Ji Hyun [4] made it to Semi-Finals, to be played tomorrow, Saturday 10-September.

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...F1EE73D&draw=3

    Her Semi-Finals match will be a tough one (IMHO).

    Her opponent Pai Hsiao Ma is in top form. She (Pai Hsiao Ma) has already eliminated 2 top seeds in earlier rounds (Cheng Shao Chieh [1] in Round 2, and Yip Pui Yin [5] at the Quarter-Finals)

    Good Luck to Sung Ji Hyun.
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    Sung Ji Hyun [4] has made it to the Finals.

    Congratulations to Sung Ji Hyun !!!

    She defeated Pai Hsiao Ma 21-09, 21-18 in 41 minutes.

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...F1EE73D&draw=3

    At the Finals today (Sunday 11-Sep), Sung Ji Hyun [4] will be facing Ratchanok Inthanon [3].

    IMHO, Ratchanok Inthanon will be very difficult for Sung Ji Hyun to defeat.
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    Thumbs up 2011 Chinese Taipei Open GP Gold: Sung Ji Hyun won

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    The 2011 Chinese Taipei Open GP Gold tournament is over.

    Sung Ji Hyun [4] defeated Ratchanok Inthanon [3] 22-20, 21-14 in 44 minutes.

    Not only she won the title, but also she won it without conceding a game in the whole tournament.

    Congratulations to Sung Ji Hyun !!!
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    more to come for Sung...

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    Talent-wise, I honestly don't think she's as good as Rat. Rat made a lot of mistakes, as she is prone to at this stage of her career. The (slightly) more experienced Sung took advantage and swept home.

    You never feel Sung nor BaeYJ are good enough to threaten the Chinese team at the moment whereas with a player like Rat, there is always a chance for an upset. Even a Chinese coach (can't remember which one) pointed out how dangerous Rat can be.

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    I think Ratchanok is one of the players who has trouble with Sung's style. She beat Sung once but hasn't taken a game the other times. She has been troubling the Chinese players more. I won't deny the potential. Obviously, at only 16, Ratchanok's future looks bright, but that doesn't take away from Sung Ji Hyun. She has beaten Jiang Yanjiao, Wang Lin, and Wang Xin this year and was very close to taking out Wang Yihan. Liu Xin is the only Chinese player to beat her this year in straight games. She's coming into her own at age 20 and that's not a bad accomplishment. Lots of players still lack consistency or fitness or confidence at that stage in their career so we'll just have to wait and see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by event View Post
    I think Ratchanok is one of the players who has trouble with Sung's style. She beat Sung once but hasn't taken a game the other times. She has been troubling the Chinese players more. I won't deny the potential. Obviously, at only 16, Ratchanok's future looks bright, but that doesn't take away from Sung Ji Hyun. She has beaten Jiang Yanjiao, Wang Lin, and Wang Xin this year and was very close to taking out Wang Yihan. Liu Xin is the only Chinese player to beat her this year in straight games. She's coming into her own at age 20 and that's not a bad accomplishment. Lots of players still lack consistency or fitness or confidence at that stage in their career so we'll just have to wait and see.
    I must admit Sung has Rat's number. She never looks comfortable against Sung.

    Just my opinion but if you ask any Chinese coach who they would prefer to avoid, I'm pretty sure they would say Rat.

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    Smile At only 16, Ratchanok is still lacking in confidence

    Quote Originally Posted by event View Post
    I think Ratchanok is one of the players who has trouble with Sung's style. She beat Sung once but hasn't taken a game the other times. She has been troubling the Chinese players more. I won't deny the potential. Obviously, at only 16, Ratchanok's future looks bright, but that doesn't take away from Sung Ji Hyun. She has beaten Jiang Yanjiao, Wang Lin, and Wang Xin this year and was very close to taking out Wang Yihan. Liu Xin is the only Chinese player to beat her this year in straight games. She's coming into her own at age 20 and that's not a bad accomplishment. Lots of players still lack consistency or fitness or confidence at that stage in their career so we'll just have to wait and see.
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    IMHO, at only 16, Ratchanok is still lacking in confidence.

    Just before the match, she was telling everyone how nervous she was. She, through facebook, said: "Wish God bless me amen".
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    Arrow Let's see if Sung Ji Hyun can be very close to Wang Yihan's score again

    Quote Originally Posted by event View Post
    ...... Sung Ji Hyun has beaten Jiang Yanjiao, Wang Lin, and Wang Xin this year and was very close to taking out Wang Yihan. Liu Xin is the only Chinese player to beat her this year in straight games. She's coming into her own at age 20 and that's not a bad accomplishment. Lots of players still lack consistency or fitness or confidence at that stage in their career so we'll just have to wait and see.
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    I just found out that Sung Ji Hyun will be facing Wang Yihan [1] at the coming 2011 China Masters (in Round 1);

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...D6E6B55&draw=4

    Let's see if Sung Ji Hyun can be very close to Wang Yihan's score again.
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    Arrow 2011 China Masters: Sung Ji Hyun out in Round 1

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    I just found out that Sung Ji Hyun will be facing Wang Yihan [1] at the coming 2011 China Masters (in Round 1);

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...D6E6B55&draw=4

    Let's see if Sung Ji Hyun can be very close to Wang Yihan's score again.
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    Not this time; Wang Yihan [1] was too good at homeground, defeating Sung Ji Hyun 21-15, 21-10 in just 37 minutes.
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    Arrow 2011 Japan Open SS: Sung Ji Hyun will face Eriko Hirose (JPN) in Round 1

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    In Round 1, Sung Ji Hyun will face Eriko Hirose (JPN).

    If SJH wins, she will face Wang Yihan [1] again (in Round 2).

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...5FD6196&draw=4
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    Arrow 2011 Denmark Open SSP: Sung Ji Hyun will face Yao Jie (NED) in Round 1

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    2011 Denmark Open SSP

    In Round 1, Wed 19-Oct, Sung Ji Hyun will be facing Yao Jie (NED). Yao Jie just won the WS title last week at the Dutch Open GP; indicating that she is in top form and she should be a tough opponent to defeat.

    Let's see if SJH is able to make it to Round 2.

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...E2872EC&draw=4

    BTW, SJH is currently ranked World No.12, just 2 places below teammate Bae Youn Joo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    2011 Denmark Open SSP

    In Round 1, Wed 19-Oct, Sung Ji Hyun will be facing Yao Jie (NED). Yao Jie just won the WS title last week at the Dutch Open GP; indicating that she is in top form and she should be a tough opponent to defeat.

    Let's see if SJH is able to make it to Round 2.

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...E2872EC&draw=4

    BTW, SJH is currently ranked World No.12, just 2 places below teammate Bae Youn Joo.
    Yes, she is also ranked 11th in the Super Series ranking, putting her one spot out of qualifying for the SS Finals (once you exclude the 3rd and 4th Chinese players). There are currently six players all within 3000 points of one another, though.

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    Thumbs up 2011 Denmark Open SSP: Sung Ji Hyun made it to Round 2

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    Yes, she is also ranked 11th in the Super Series ranking, putting her one spot out of qualifying for the SS Finals (once you exclude the 3rd and 4th Chinese players). There are currently six players all within 3000 points of one another, though.
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    Sung Ji Hyun is doing well. Just hours ago, she defeated Yao Jie (NED) in Round 1 of the 2011 Denmark Open SSP; 21-18, 21-16 in 37 minutes.

    In Round 2, she will be facing Juliane Schenk [6] (GER);

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...E2872EC&draw=4
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    Thumbs up 2011 Denmark Open SSP: Sung Ji Hyun made it to Quarter-Finals

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    In Round 2, she will be facing Juliane Schenk [6] (GER);

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...E2872EC&draw=4
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    Just completed, Sung Ji Hyun defeated Juliane Schenk [6] (GER) 21-15, 21-19 in 36 minutes.

    Well Done Sung Ji Hyun !!!

    SJH's next opponent will be a tougher one, Wang Shixian [2] (CHN).

    Let's see if SJH can make it to the Semi-Finals.

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...E2872EC&draw=4
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