2011 Indonesia GP Gold Semi-Finals: Sat 01-October

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  1. chris-ccc

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    2011 Indonesia GP Gold Semi-Finals: Sat 01-October

    Who will move on to the Finals? :):):)

    The Draw of matches can be found located at;
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...5BDFEC-117C-4CE9-82AA-4D8F6333F5F2&d=20111001

    For time in Samarinda, Indonesia;
    http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_ID2.aspx

    At our BadmintonCentral PAW Game, Sandy has given these PAW Points for the semi-finalists;

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    Overall this is good tourney for home country as all disciplines are well represented

    Good to see youngsters like Anneke/Nitya and Rendy/Afiat are made it so far....

    Let's see if veteran Nova/Vita can overcome 3 hurdles from Chn xd
     
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    Nitya/Feinya will face BYX/ZQX, Nitya/Feinya show good perfomance lately. Hopefully they will goes to final.
     
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    For Bella, after beat TTY today, i think she has quite an open chance to reach her first ever GPG final as she will face the veteran player Pi Hongyan in semifinal.
     
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    Hope that Bella can reach the Finals. But against Pi Hongyan, a very experienced player, Bella will need to work very hard.
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    Yup, Pi Hongyan escaped from defeat to teenager Yeni Asmarani and Nozomi in the first and second round respectively.
     
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    Live Streaming as of Semi-finals 01-Oct, 2:00pm local time

    2011 Indonesia Open Grand Prix Gold LIVE STREAM
    Publish on 01/10/2011

    News from neighbor...LIVE STREAM of Indonesia Grand Prix Gold will start from SEMI-FINALS on 1st Oct, Saturday, 2:00pm Samarinda, Indonesia time:
    http://bit.ly/rgbYIc
     
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    It’s good that TH beat WZM 21-17, 21-15 to reach the SF and hopefully he gets pass TS and goes on to win his first title for 2011.
    The Indonesians have done rather well in their own backyard and one of the 4 Indonesian SF contestants will be the MS champion on 2/10/2011.
    The Malaysian WD pair of VHKM/WKK also did well to dispose off the 6[SUP]th[/SUP] seeded CS/PP.
     
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    With 1 title in MS guaranteed, Team INA is on course to take at least 1 more title as the top-seed and defending champion Bona Septano/Mohd Ahsan continue their consistency by reaching their 2nd consecutive Finals in two weeks. They need to defend their title and I hope they can do that on Sunday!

    Yohanes Rendy Sugiarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan also perform well this week, reaching the SF and they will face a tough task against Hiroyuki Endi/Kenichi Hakayawa [7].

    Nitya Krishinda Maheswari/Anneke Feinya Agustine will try to win their first GPG title and they need to beat Bao Yixin/Zhong Qianxin [8] in the first match of the SF tomorrow.

    Nova Widianto/Vita Marissa will try to qualify to the London Olympics and they will have an easier task if they win the title this week. But, a tough match against Xu Chen/Ma Jin [4] and another one against another CHN pair (if they win tomorrow) beckon.

    The surprise comes from Bellaetrix Manuputty as she manages to beat the red-hot TPE youngster Tai Tzu Ying and progresses to the SF. I reckon she has a chance against Pi Hongyan [6]
     
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    The internet broadcast of INA's national network (TVRI)

    Also one may try the internet broadcast from INA's national network (TVRI) at this link:
    http://118.97.50.97/tv/screen1.html (as posted by milky2529)
    who knows this station covers the matches tomorrow and does carry the live streaming of them :D
     
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    I'm pulling for Vita/Nova to dump Xu/Ma. I just can't stand that Chen Xu guy. :mad:
    Also, if the stars are all aligned correctly, for Taufik to ease into the finals.
    Bella over PHY? High time!!! :D
    Dino over Alamsyah as well. So both Dino and Bella can be in the finals, nice touch! Script for a love-story movie. :D
    TS doesn't have the second MD match set up yet. Strange...
     
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    If Hayom can't beat Alamsyah, then it is disastrous for the pelatnas singles coaches.

    I hope Hayom win the title to boost his future experience, because Tommy already won a GP gold and Taufik "under control" of his daughter:)
     
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    The other MD match is a walkover, see :
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draw.aspx?id=095BDFEC-117C-4CE9-82AA-4D8F6333F5F2&draw=5
     
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    Lee Sheng Mu was injured, he had a pulled leg muscle.
     
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    When there was a all-China semi-finals (most frequently in WS), no matter how high the player's standard, BCers would complain "that's boring"; "that's no good for badminton"; ...etc..How about this time an all-INA semi??? How does it taste??? Still good for badminton with old guy (TH) beating some younger ones??? :D
     
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    I don't watch same-country matches except for my own country... lol
     
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    Haha.. I don't believe you but I am the same with you too. Do you believe me?
    Most importantly, I watch good competitive badminton not "fixed result" badminton.
     
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    Less interest for me to watch whichever country when they are both from same country. But if it is final, most of the time, except all-china(when they have other motives), should be quite good to watch too.
     
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    Don't worry, its rarely happen. :D
    it doesn't mean anything for world badminton....:cool:
     
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    Gotcha, thanks! :)
    I was looking at the H2H of WS, and Chen Xiao Jia of China (ranked 113) has beaten Ai Goto of Japan (ranked 23) once earlier this year at the Russian Open, 21-10 21-10 !! :p
    How do the Chinese manufacture these girls??!?!?! We have to learn the formula!
    Just a couple of hours more before Taufik goes on court. If he's in a happy frame of mind, Tommy will not be happy! :D:p
     

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