2011 India Open SS: Day 2 (Round 1) Wednesday 27-April

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    2011 India Open SS: Day 2 (Round 1) Wednesday 27-April

    The schedule of matches can be found located at;

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...CCF150-816B-4354-B7A5-DD85E6EB4FDD&d=20110427


    The seeded Mens Singles players are;

    [1] Lee Chong Wei
    [2] Taufik Hidayat
    [3] Peter Hoeg Gade
    [4] Boonsak Ponsana
    [5] Simon Santoso
    [6] Park Sung Hwan
    [7] Kenichi Tago
    [8] Hu Yun

    It's great to have Peter Gade back participating !!! :):):)
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    2011 India Open SS: The seeded Womens Singles players

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    The seeded Womens Singles players are;

    [1] Saina Nehwal
    [2] Tine Baun
    [3] Bae Youn Joo
    [4] Yip Pui Yin
    [5] Eriko Hirose
    [6] Sung Ji Hyun
    [7] Yao Jie
    [8] Salakjit Ponsana

    It's great to have Tine Baun back too participating. !!! :):):)
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    in spite of the absence of Chinese the men's draw is not that easy
     
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    Welcoming rajat_remar to BadmintonCentral !!!

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    Hi rajat_remar,

    It's great to find your first post at BC.

    Welcome to BadmintonCentral !!! :):):)

    Are at New Delhi to watch the matches live?
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    No idea why the chinese players skip this tourney.. Well, this is SS tournament but BAC is not though. Perhaps BAC is held in their home grown, so they think that's more important. Anyway, let's enjoy India Open.
     
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    Thanks chris-ccc....
    sry i don't live in new delhi so i would not b able to watch the match live at the stadium....:(
     
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    OMG, the average age of the top 4 seeds is 30.5, and slightly better of 28.2 for the top 8.
    more like a veteran t'ment, not exactly what i call progress really.
     
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    Yeah, MS veterans are not as 'fragile' as WS while young generation of MS are not as progressive as WS.
     
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    The younger ones are just not good enough...

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    Actually, these veterans have been quite steady over the last few years. The younger ones are just not good enough to displace them. :D:D:D
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    that's excatly the problem. the old boys are on their way down and the young guns are not there yet.
    just look at the standard set by LD, TH and PG etc when they were about 20/22!
     
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    Interesting matches:
    Ong Jian Guo/Chong Sook Chin vs Jongjit Maneepong/Savitree Amitapai - Can the Thai youngsters defeat the Malaysian pair?
    Eriko Hirose vs Firda - Eriko was in bad form last week, can Firda cause quite a big upset?
    Lee Hyun-Il vs Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka - Major test for Hayom in my opinion. He has to beat LHI to prove that he has not remained stagnant.
    Kazushi Yamada vs Peter Gade - Can KY cause an upset?
    Hu Yun vs Alamsyah Yunus - Interesting matchup.
    Liew Daren vs Chan Yan Kit - Can Liew Daren keep up his good form? Or will he yoyo down again?
     
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    the battle started in New Delhi...
     
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    Ah Soon and Ah Kiong first to finishing line
    packing off opponent from India
    21-7, 21-17...
     
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    I hope Japan's Imabeppu won't make me dissapointed
    I had picked her
    But 1st G 18-13 --- losing 18-21
    Jindapon Vamos!!!
     
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    Gu Juan 21-11/18-10 Febe
    Looks gone to Febe...
     
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    Yeah, once again early exit for Febe, with 11-21 ; 11-21. Not looking good prospect in upcoming SEAG...
     
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    yes, a bit suprised and Spore is looking strong in WS now
     
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    Ong/Chong trailing 2-6
    Imabeppu level up, into G3.
     
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    Ong/Chong 12-12
    Imabeppu 9-8
     
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    IND are 0-6 so far. But they finally won a game, against Reiko/Shintaro, no less
     

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