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    Can you spot her signature?
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    Default Part of the league results

    10 October (Unisys bt 77Bank) 3-0

    Matsutomo Misaki/Takahashi Ayaka bt Imai Anri/Omori Mai 21-14, 19-21, 21-11
    Uchida Shizuka bt Hirayama Ai 21-15, 21-19
    Asahara Sayuri/Zhang Zhibo bt Hattori Mai/Takahashi Miki 21-9, 21-19

    3 November (Unisys bt NTT East) 2-1
    Shiota Reiko/Zhang Zhibo bt Tai Miyuki/Taruno Megumi 21-17, 21-14
    Uchida Shizuka lost to Goto Ai 21-14, 21-7
    Takahashi Ayaka/Matsutomo Misaki bt Aratama Misato/Mitani Minatsu 21-18, 21-11

    Next match on 28 November, versus Renesas.

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    Default Videos of Nippon League

    Matsutomo Misaki/Takahashi Ayaka v. Imai Anri/Omori Mai








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    Thumbs up suetyan is following much of Badminton in Japan

    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    Matsutomo Misaki/Takahashi Ayaka v. Imai Anri/Omori Mai
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    I am surprised that suetyan is following much of Badminton in Japan.
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    Thanks for the links/videos suetyan

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    demo, which model was the sky blue track jacket n any good places to get it?
    Let me check again, it's an old model already and not in the new catalogues anymore. But even now the price I saw it at yesterday made me forget already . Still above 10,000 Yen even with >~30% discount. The new heat capsule models are much cheaper And same colour available: 489
    I think these are good alternatives: http://sportsman.jp/shop/sports/prod...28/mtd-12_010/ & http://item.rakuten.co.jp/racket/70024/ First one VeryCool model though ...

    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    what about last year Dutch Open? Hehe... she lost to Yao Jie in the WS final (forced YJ into rubber game) and won the WD title.
    Are you confusing something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    Can you spot her signature?
    The one near unisys....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    I am surprised that suetyan is following much of Badminton in Japan.
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    I am now following badminton in China as well as Japan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Thanks for the links/videos suetyan



    Let me check again, it's an old model already and not in the new catalogues anymore. But even now the price I saw it at yesterday made me forget already . Still above 10,000 Yen even with >~30% discount. The new heat capsule models are much cheaper And same colour available: 489
    I think these are good alternatives: http://sportsman.jp/shop/sports/prod...28/mtd-12_010/ & http://item.rakuten.co.jp/racket/70024/ First one VeryCool model though ...



    Are you confusing something?
    opps, that was Belgian International. Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by volcom View Post
    The one near unisys....
    bottom one, last second far to the right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    bottom one, last second far to the right.
    hahaha indeed

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    Thumbs up Following Badminton in China as well as in Japan

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    I am now following badminton in China as well as Japan.
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    Your PAW Games selections/entries will now be twice as good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    What??? The video is only lasting 2 seconds?

    As to: No one should be made to play three matches in one day; I think BWF never expected participants nowadays to be still playing in all 3 events, namely; Singles, Doubles and Mixed.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaEKoe8Ub4c

    Now you know why the video is only 2 seconds?
    No, no! Not three matches in one day. I said three matches per category per day. So theoretically, a player may play up to nine matches a day if he or she enters three categories and there are too many entrants. This is usually not the case now, but the number of entrants may increase with the imminent increase of prize money
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    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    Can you spot her signature?
    The one below Manami, left of Masayo, top right of Sayuri, right of Yu and two signatures to the right of Ayane. Heh heh

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil-mm View Post
    ..So theoretically, a player may play up to nine matches a day if he or she enters three categories and there are too many entrants.
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    ..how do you mean by playing in 9 matches a day, even playing in 3 events/categories?..are you thinking of playing in the Qualification rd., R64 & R32 per event in one day, which i don't think is possible or has ever occurred?..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    off topic:
    ..how do you mean by playing in 9 matches a day, even playing in 3 events/categories?..are you thinking of playing in the Qualification rd., R64 & R32 per event in one day, which i don't think is possible or has ever occurred?..
    Ok, now I'm really confused. I distinctly remember singles players having to play 3 qualification matches in one day. 32 qualifiers for 4 places. 60 players. An example is the Djarum Indonesia Open 2008. http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...C30369&draw=11. Apparently, they must have already changed the system. 16 qualifiers for 4 places. 44 players. Maximum 2 matches a day. LOL, I haven't noticed it . I wonder whether it's feasible to start the matches on Monday to allow for more entries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil-mm View Post
    Ok, now I'm really confused. I distinctly remember singles players having to play 3 qualification matches in one day. 32 qualifiers for 4 places. 60 players. An example is the Djarum Indonesia Open 2008. http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...C30369&draw=11. Apparently, they must have already changed the system. 16 qualifiers for 4 places. 44 players. Maximum 2 matches a day. LOL, I haven't noticed it . I wonder whether it's feasible to start the matches on Monday to allow for more entries?
    ..yeah, there you go..It depends..
    Generally, most BWF tournaments will last between 5-6 days (start on Tuesday). If there are many entries, usually they will have 1 full day of Qualification Rd. The QF Rds. themselves will have different number of entries. And because of this variance, it's hard to say how many matches, in a QF Rd., a player or pair will play from one tourney to another. So, it's not so much because the system has changed.
    As for matches starting on Monday and last for 7 days, the only other exception where this would occur is usually during World Championships and Olympics. But those tourneys don't have any QF Rd as they start with R32 (in all 5 events).
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