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The semi-finals (and in other tournaments also the quarter-finals) are drawn after the end of the group stage to avoid deliberately losing a match...
Obviously Li Shi Feng in the future?;)
It may be that players from one country play first to minimize the deal.
Pictures from the Polish Open finals.
And the podium.
Some pictures from 1st day...
Yonex Polish Open 2019 (28-31 March)
Total Prize Money: US$ 25,000
Venue: Polonia Indoor Stadium, Czestochowa, POL
I wanted to accentuate the positive.
But in fact I do not see in TS next tournaments for Iskander. So maybe it is the end:(.
In the Czech Open he lost to Victor. Of course Victor (Svendsen) does not mean VIKTOR;) but anyway it was a Danish player.
I agree of course that...
But the last defeat in Czech Republic was not big. I think it was a good match versus a strong opponent. However I did not watch it.
It is a pity. I hope he will regain his best strenghth.
Iskandar also lost today in his first match in Czech Open where he was seeded #2.
... and final matches (pictures): https://www.facebook.com/pg/badzinepl/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1804796746215971
Podium pictures: https://www.facebook.com/pg/badzinepl/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1804289189600060
MS: LEE Zii Jia (Malaysia) — Joo Ven SOONG (Malaysia) 21-17 21-16
WS: Ayla HUSER (Swiss) — Jordan HART (Wales) 21-19 24-22
So you have a quite good memory.
I can add that XD won two SS, in Indonesia and Hong Kong, was one week #1 in world ranking. And Robert (called in...
Pictures from SF of the tournament: https://www.facebook.com/pg/badzinepl/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1803914192970893
I think in 2007 it was the golden age of Polish team. Wacha was playing in singles his best. Also the XD Mateusiak & Zieba was ready to win vs top...
Yes, Japan was but finally was promoted after the victory over Singapore. Before they defeated Poland:
Keita Masuda & Miyuki Maeda vs Robert...