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    Default Austrian International Championships 2010 (Vienna, 24-27 February 2010)

    Venue : Wiener Stadthalle (Hall B), Vienna
    Category : International Challenge
    Total prize-money : US$15,000
    Official website : http://www.austrian-international.at/
    Player entries through ts.link : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...7-12339185AFEA

    INA squad -- Andreas Adityawarman, Andre K.Tedjono, Fransiska Ratnasari, Viki Indra Okvana, Ardiansyah Putra, Andy Hartono Tandaputra, Gustiani Sari Megawati.

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    I hope Andre Kurniawan Tedjono uses this opportunity to win an IC title this year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    I hope Andre Kurniawan Tedjono uses this opportunity to win an IC title this year!
    If he maintains his skill level like last week's Kejurnas [where he defeated Simon and pushed Sony to the limit], I will not be surprised if Andre wins... Oh, Nana also can win this Austrian Challenge...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    If he maintains his skill level like last week's Kejurnas [where he defeated Simon and pushed Sony to the limit], I will not be surprised if Andre wins... Oh, Nana also can win this Austrian Challenge...
    Nana won the Astec Indonesia IC and Vietnam Open GP titles last year, so, another IC won't be a challenge for her I expect her to win at least one GP (or hopefully GP Gold) title this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Nana won the Astec Indonesia IC and Vietnam Open GP titles last year, so, another IC won't be a challenge for her I expect her to win at least one GP (or hopefully GP Gold) title this year.
    The only name that I saw on the WS list that have a good chance of stopping Nana from winning this is: Petya Nedelcheva of Bulgaria... Petya deserves to be seeded #1 [if she does not withdraw or anything]... Nana deserves to be seeded #2.

    In the MS... I cannot recognize most of the names... Maybe some of them are new pros... Andre can realistically win this tournament... Hopefully Adit will be on the other side of the draw, so we can see Andre vs. Adit in the finals...

    I wonder if Petra intends to play:
    Austria Challenge
    German GP
    All England SS
    Swiss Open SS
    ???!?!?
    If I were her, I will just concentrate on All England SS and Swiss Open SS... Orrr... play in the Austria Challenge, get confidence, skip German Open, concentrate on All England. That will also make sense... Playing 4 tournaments in a row... mmmm.... maybe too tough.

    "Chase 1 horse and maybe you'll catch it. Chase 4 horses at the same time... errr....." hehehe...
    Last edited by Krisna; 02-08-2010 at 09:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    The only name that I saw on the WS list that have a good chance of stopping Nana from winning this is: Petya Nedelcheva of Bulgaria... Petya deserves to be seeded #1 [if she does not withdraw or anything]... Nana deserves to be seeded #2.
    Looks like Nana will not get seeding position #2, there're 3 WS player in the entry list who have WR higher than Nana, Susan Egelstaff-Rachel Van Cutsen and Larisa Griga...

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    Looking at the entry list Andre should definitely win. Only european to not underestimate should be Brice Leverdez but normally should be no problem. Japanese, don't know them??
    Ladies should be as said above Petya or Nana, maybe Wang Linling and the japanese(?)...

    Who is Petra?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Who is Petra?
    Yeah, who is Petra?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    Yeah, who is Petra?!?
    maybe..petya (nedelcheva) ?
    typo..??
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...52&postcount=5
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    Quote Originally Posted by simonlovers View Post
    maybe..petya (nedelcheva) ?
    typo..??
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...52&postcount=5
    Yeah...it must be typo-error by Krisna

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    After looking at this draw, I predict:
    MS final: Andre Kurniawan Tedjono vs. Christian Lind Thomsen
    WS final: Petya Nedelcheva vs. Fransisca Ratnasari

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    Hey!

    Greetings from Austria!

    It is nice to see that you are already discussing about the tournament in Vienna.

    In Mens Single I think Anand Pawar from India could win as well. He has already won the tournament in 2008 (at that time it was a Int. Series tournament).

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    Vienna is beautiful... I went there once a long time ago. I remembered it was very pretty there...

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    Andre Kurniawan Tedjono is seeded 3rd and will face:
    R32 vs Q3
    R16 vs Kasper Ipsen
    QF vs (possibly) Yuhan Tan
    SF vs (possibly) Brice Leverdez [1] or Anand Pawar [8]
    F vs (possibly) Christian Lind Thomsen

    Andreas Adityawarman has to progress through the Qualifying Rounds:
    R1 vs Hannes Kaesbauer
    R2 vs Manuel Batista or Julien Warnotte
    R3 vs (possibly) Shohei Hoshino
    R32 vs Raul Must [6]

    Fransiska Ratnasari is seeded 4th and will face:
    R32 vs Q3
    R16 vs Camilla Overgaard or Simone Prutch
    QF vs (possibly) Wang Linling
    SF vs (possibly) Jeanine Cicognini [6] or Susan Egelstaff [2]

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    Andre's uniqueness is his strength and endurance. Andre usually have problems with fast players. He will perform well against most Europeans because most are not that fast.

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