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    Quote Originally Posted by CYW2006 View Post
    May I know when is the actual date for sudirman cup for 2011..... And where will it ?
    When : 22-29 May 2011.
    Where : Qingdao, China

    *source : Proton-BWF TUC 2010 official website -- http://www.thomasuberkl2010.com/newspage.php?news=191

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    Europe - 1*England, Denmark, France
    Asia - China, Korea, 2*Japan
    South East Asia - Malaysia, Idonesia, 3*Singapore

    IMO, the 4th Premier SS and the 10th SS should be given to USA. I know it might not be ready now but I can foresee the potential in terms of sponsorship in the future. Just my 2cent.

    So, we have 4 "Grand Slams" in 4 neutral places.
    Neutrality is not in BWF's 3 major criteria:
    1. Geographical Distribution (not all Premier SS can be in one region)
    2. Techical ability to hold a Premier SS tournament (stadium, organization etc.)
    3. Commercial Potential (well, ...Hong Kong and Singapore just don't have much potential for world badminton growth)

    Quote Originally Posted by Wong8Egg View Post
    +1 with the statement and I agree that China Master should eliminate from SS.
    I think North American should be included somehow to further promote the sport.
    Yes please... One should be in the Americas (i.e. USA or Brazil, not Canada or Peru)...

    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    Been told that England, KOR, China, Japan, INA and MAS are vying for 4 SS premier..
    If I were the BWF, I still give:
    a. All England Premier SS
    b. China Open Premier SS (despite a slightly lower total prize money bid than Korea)
    c. Indonesia Open Premier SS (well, ...I am biased here, I suppose )
    d. .......don't give the last Premier SS to anyone yet... Wait until the US Open can have enough fan base (and thus commercial potential) to upgrade itself to a Premier SS...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    Neutrality is not in BWF's 3 major criteria:
    1. Geographical Distribution (not all Premier SS can be in one region)
    2. Techical ability to hold a Premier SS tournament (stadium, organization etc.)
    3. Commercial Potential (well, ...Hong Kong and Singapore just don't have much potential for world badminton growth)
    Hi Krisna, I'm glad you brought up HK and S'pore up. It is true both have small populations but I think HK has double the population. In Hau-ge's original post, I did wonder why S'pore would get SS status and HK would not. However, such a point might bring up a lot misinterpretations as I am based in HK.

    I think both places have a lot going for them - good organisation, fair line judging and good attendance by players and public.

    Because they are small places, does that necessarily mean they are to be excluded? Strangely, perhaps not. For example, I also attend another sport called Rugby Sevens where HK is the most popular venue in the calendar. Getting tickets is really very difficult!! Can we turn badminton into such a spectacle?

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    BREAKING NEWS!!!

    BWF decided that SS Premier will ahve 5 countires instead of 4..

    KOREA with US$ 1.2 million
    INA with US$ 600.000
    China with US$ 350.000 ( very surprised!!!)
    Denmark with US$ 350.000
    England with US$ 350.000

    I am hoping that CHN can do more..been told that they may raise to US$ 1 mil

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    BREAKING NEWS!!!

    BWF decided that SS Premier will ahve 5 countires instead of 4..

    KOREA with US$ 1.2 million
    INA with US$ 600.000
    China with US$ 350.000 ( very surprised!!!)
    Denmark with US$ 350.000
    England with US$ 350.000

    I am hoping that CHN can do more..been told that they may raise to US$ 1 mil
    wow...send a lot of players to Korea !!!

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    Wow, 5 countries. Bidding process must have been very intense.

    My question is now, will these countries be consistently the Premier SS? Having said that, historically, these 5 countries always have been well supported in sponsorship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    Wow, 5 countries. Bidding process must have been very intense.

    My question is now, will these countries be consistently the Premier SS? Having said that, historically, these 5 countries always have been well supported in sponsorship.
    It is valid for 2011 to 2013 only

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    Hi Krisna, I'm glad you brought up HK and S'pore up. It is true both have small populations but I think HK has double the population. In Hau-ge's original post, I did wonder why S'pore would get SS status and HK would not. However, such a point might bring up a lot misinterpretations as I am based in HK.

    I think both places have a lot going for them - good organisation, fair line judging and good attendance by players and public.

    Because they are small places, does that necessarily mean they are to be excluded? Strangely, perhaps not. For example, I also attend another sport called Rugby Sevens where HK is the most popular venue in the calendar. Getting tickets is really very difficult!! Can we turn badminton into such a spectacle?
    Actually those criterias are not part of it...
    BWF looks into market..badminton history...popularity..etc..

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    Salute to Indonesia. The offered prize money much higher than that of China. Economically speaking, China, Denmark and England can afford more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastdrop View Post
    Salute to Indonesia. The offered prize money much higher than that of China. Economically speaking, China, Denmark and England can afford more.
    Economically speaking, England cannot afford more! High level of debt and dropping value of sterling.

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    Cheers..
    INA elite SS..

    so INA wont have indonesia super series again?and how about the point from the elite ss?

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    So This is line up :

    PREMIER Super Series
    Korea Open
    Indonesia Open
    China Open
    Denmark Open
    All England

    REGULAR Super Series
    French Open
    Hongkong Open
    Singapore Open
    Japan Open
    Malaysia Open
    China Master ( Suprised!!!!..cant believe it!)
    India Open ( promotion)

    And Swiis Open has been Dropped

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    Default Great news to hear!!..

    ..it's about time baddy is sponsoring over $1 mil in prize money tourney..
    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    May 18, 2010

    Ami Afriatni

    New Premier Series to Raise Game’s Profile Through Bigger Prizes
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    “We will also come up with a regulation that will require all the best shuttlers to play in the Premier Series,” Paisan said, alluding to the problems plaguing the current Super Series, wherein shuttlers can opt not to play.
    ...
    ..i am interested to see/read what the penalty(ies) will be for those players or team(s) who will not participate in the 5 Premier SS events...WR points taken off? Not qualified for OG?..
    Also, looking at the list, there is the Indonesia Open Premier SS. If CHN squad decides not to participate next yr because of their Chinese Badminton League, what will be the penalty(ies)??..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..i am interested to see/read what the penalty(ies) will be for those players or team(s) who will not participate in the 5 Premier SS events...WR points taken off? Not qualified for OG?..
    Also, looking at the list, there is the Indonesia Open Premier SS. If CHN squad decides not to participate next yr because of their Chinese Badminton League, what will be the penalty(ies)??..
    It is their loss if CHN wont participate and I believe that CHN will come.. as BWF did not drop China Master...there is alot bargainings behind the scene I believe..

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    I think CHN will go to INA With greater amount of prize money, each tournament becomes more important.

    CHN may not need the money as much of it is state funded. Rather, it will be another way to beat INA. What better way to stamp your authority than to win the biggest prizes in your greatest rivals home ground...........

    Penalties for not going I think are not good for the game. Far better to have better incentives for attending.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    So This is line up :

    PREMIER Super Series
    Korea Open
    Indonesia Open
    China Open
    Denmark Open
    All England

    REGULAR Super Series
    French Open
    Hongkong Open
    Singapore Open
    Japan Open
    Malaysia Open
    China Master ( Suprised!!!!..cant believe it!)
    India Open ( promotion)

    And Swiis Open has been Dropped
    i wonder if korea will really offer 1.2million uSD prize money...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    i wonder if korea will really offer 1.2million uSD prize money...
    There s a contract....you can not bid then say " sorry...we can offer US$ 500 K now"..
    I can not imagine what Dr.Kang's face look like....

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