2011 Bitburger Open GP Gold: Day 2 Wed 02-Nov

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  1. chris-ccc

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    2011 Bitburger Open GP Gold

    On Day 2, Wednesday 02-November, we have;
    * Round 1 of Womens Singles
    * Rounds 1 & 2 of Mens Singles
    * Round 1 of Mixed Doubles

    Rounds of Womens and Mens Doubles start on Day 3.

    For Schedule of Matches;
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...90ED6B-1ED9-42B1-8700-166125C5DB9C&d=20111102

    For Time in Germany;
    http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_DE.aspx

    For Past Results of this tournament;
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitburger_Open

    For our BC PAW Game, Sandy said the Scoring Points are still in calculation.
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    Ari Trisnanto and Yoga Pratama represent Germany? what a fast!!
     
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    Hopefully MAS 'back up' players can do well and get rid of the back up status. My eyes on the XDs and Chan Kwong Beng.
     
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    Just found it on badmintonlink hahasport http://www.badmintonlink.com/Watch-Videos/2011_Bitburger_Open_Live_Stream
     
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    Looks like CKB can at least beat Brice Leverdez. :)
     
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    So far so good for all MS seeded players to progress into R/32 except 7th seed Brice Leverdez who eliminated by Chan Kwong Beng. Local hope seeded #2 Marc Zwiebler found tough time before overcame Chinese player Chen Yuekun, 21-13 / 24-26 / 21-19.
     
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    ouch, how many germany players that got eliminated there? 19 of them.. wow.. (10 doubles and 9 singles)
     
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    I bet you will be following Li Xuerui's match (Her match is less than an hour from now). :):):)
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    You are right;

    Chan Kwong Beng (MAS) defeated Brice Leverdez [7] (FRA)
    19-21, 21-10, 21-15 in 53 minutes.
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    What's wrong? Are they from Indonesia originally? If so, they are not the first.

    Tony Gunawan played for USA before getting citizenship, Flandy and Eng Hian for England, Pi HongYan for Denmark.. etc..
     
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    Noticed cutie Bao Yixin is paired up with He Hanbin and they took out #2 seeds Fuchs/Michels (GER) in a tight rubber.

    Meanwhile Carola Bott continues to suck.
     
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    A bit of a surprise
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    Only 5 seeds have fallen today, 3 in MS (#7, 9 & 13), 2 in XD (#2 & 5). No casualties in WS
     
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    Andre Kurniawan Tedjono continues his comeback, after winning the Swiss International a couple of weeks ago. He has now won 2 matches in the Bitburger Open GPG and will face Valeriy Atraschenkov for a place in the last 8.

    His ranking should be among the top 70 next week.
     
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    Yes,she is the one to watch and her first real test will be the semi-final against Juliane Schenck,if there's no hiccups for either player.
     
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    Pi Hongyan never represented Denmark. She lived here for some years, but never represented us.
     

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