2011 India Open SS: Finals Day on Sunday 01-May

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  1. Bhinneka

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    finish it japs girls..
     
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    Congratulations to Tontowi/Lilyana Natsir for their third titles! Again, Fran/Pia lost straight set to Towi/Butet, but the score is quite tight though.. From the statistics, Towi/Butet get 11 smashes winner and 4 for Fran/Pia.. Hope both pairs keep consistent! Good Job!
     
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    70-min battle finally finished...
     
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    and now WS.. bet on korean :eek:
     
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    Congrats to LCW.Credit must give to PG,despite his age,he is still playing competitive badminton.
     
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    yea, he reminds me of poul erik, his senior.
     
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    Ws now, porntip leading 16 12.. bad news for bae?
     
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    Porntip Buranaprasertsuk is the winner, congrats :)
     
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    Yeah. Porntip won her first SS !

    Now for the long awaited one, INA and JPN fighting to win the second title in India
     
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    Thai girl steady and cool.
     
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    Go Ryan/Angga!!!
     
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    Go Thailand

    Congrat to Porntip, the girl who I hardly know her playing. This means Thailand has quite a lot of women single to compete competitively in the world of badminton. Many to come, Ratchanok, Nicha-on, Sapsiri (Youth OL champion). Wow.


    So glad my country.
     
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    Maybe Ryan/Angga is very nervous as this is their first SS Final
     
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    Or maybe Hashimoto/Hirata are much better which imo is a more logical explanation to me.
     
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    Yeah. Ryan/Angga still has rooms to grow.
     
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    Badminton: Lee defeats Gade to win Indian Open

    Channel NewsAsia

    Posted: 01 May 2011 2112 hrs

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    Lee Chong Wei (AFP Photo/Manan Vatsyayana)


    NEW DELHI: World number one Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia overcame a spirited challenge from Danish ace Peter Gade to clinch the Indian Open Super Series men's singles title on Sunday.

    In the women's singles, Thailand's unseeded 19-year-old Porntip Buranaprasertsuk pulled off an upset 21-13, 21-16 victory over Korean third seed Youn Joo Bae for her first-ever Super Series crown.

    Top-seeded Lee was stretched to three games by the world number six before claiming a 21-12, 12-21, 21-15 win in an enthralling title clash at the Siri Fort Sports Complex.

    It was Lee's 12th victory in 13 meetings with Gade in Open tournaments and eighth Super Series title overall.

    The fierce contest was played out amid a slew of smashes and fine net play, enthralling a sizeable crowd that had turned up despite no Indian being left in the fray.

    Gade, 34, fought back brilliantly in the second game but lost steam in the third after arguing with the chair umpire over a line call just when the match was poised at a knife's edge.

    "At 9-11 it was an important point," said Gade, a former world number one and winner of 16 Grand Prix titles. "It was one of the things that happen in the heat of the game. I was mentally fired up and it was a very close call.

    "I needed that point badly. He was up and I was lagging behind," said the third seed, seeking his first Super Series title in two years.

    Lee, enjoying top form after winning the All England crown last month, kept his cool in the crucial third and deciding game before sealing it with a smash that saw a desperate Gade fall on the court.

    "I lost focus in the second game," said Lee, who had won the Commonwealth Games gold at the same venue last year.

    "It was very difficult to score points. Peter is vastly experienced, he plans very well for each game. He is a good player and does not give up easily. I knew I would have to fight hard against him."

    The first game saw Gade race to a 4-2 lead but it was not long before Lee caught up with the Danish veteran and snatched seven points on the trot on his way to a 21-12 win.

    Gade rallied superbly in the second game and was soon ahead 12-8 before taking it with an identical margin.

    "When I was leading 6-2 in the second game, Lee's confidence was shaken," said Gade. "I was playing a good length and made him come to me. I realised I need to be one step ahead of him if I have to beat him."

    The third game was a close fight before Lee broke away from a 9-9 deadlock to establish a three-point lead that he held to win the match.

    In the women's doubles final, Japanese top seeds Miyuki Maeda and Satoko Suetsuna beat compatriots Mizuki Fujii and Reika Kakiiwa 26-24, 21-15.

    The mixed doubles, an all-Indonesia affair saw Tantowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir defeat Fran Kurniawan and Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth 21-18, 23-21 in the final.

    - AFP/de
     
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    Indeed, looks like THA WS players will be CHN main threat in future with Ratchanok/Porntip/Sapsiree/Nichaon, young & promising talent :)
    Congrats to all winners, JPN grabbed 2 titles and INA-MAS-THA won 1 title each!
     
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    Glad that we have some impressive results at the 2011 India Open SS.

    The champions are;

    Mens Singles
    Lee Chong Wei [1] defeated Peter Hoeg Gade [3]
    21-12, 12-21, 21-15 in 62 minutes

    Womens Singles
    Porntip Buranaprasertsuk defeated Bae Youn Joo [3]
    21-13, 21-16 in 32 minutes


    Mens Doubles
    Hirokatsu Hashimoto/Noriyasu Hirata [4] defeated Angga Pratama/Ryan Agung Saputra
    21-17, 21-9 in 26 minutes


    Womens Doubles
    Miyuki Maeda/Satoko Suetsuna [1] defeated Mizuki Fujii/Reika Kakiiwa [2]
    26-24, 21-15 in 70 minutes

    Mixed Doubles
    Tantowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir [4] defeated Fran Kurniawan/Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth [3]
    21-18, 23-21 in 44 minutes
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  20. avengers88

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    Guys what racquet is peter gade using in the indian SS ? For a moment i thought it was the voltric80 . Is it ?
     

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