2011 Japan Open SS: Day 1 (Qualification Rounds) Tue 20-Sep

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  1. chris-ccc

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    Now that the 2011 China Masters and the 2011 Belgian International tournaments are over (their Finals being played just a few hours ago), we shall move to the 2011 Japan Open SS.

    On Day 1 Tuesday 20-September-2011, we have Qualification Rounds;

    Let's follow these players at the Qualification Rounds;

    Mens Singles:
    * Takuma UEDA [1] (JPN)
    * Anand PAWAR [2] (IND)
    * HSUEH Hsuan Yi [3] (TPE)
    * Suppanyu AVIHINGSANON [4] (THA)

    Womens Singles:
    * Maria Febe KUSUMASTUTI [1] (INA)
    * CHAN Tsz Ka [2] (HKG)
    * Kaori IMABEPPU [3] (JPN)
    * PAI Hsiao Ma [4] (TPE)

    The draw of matches can be found located at;
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=94C74A61-90D9-4DDA-AA73-934C55FD6196

    For time in Japan;
    http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_JP.aspx

    Some Doubles pairs hoping to qualify should also be noted as well; But running out of time while creating this thread, I hope that our BCers can introduce the Doubles pairs later.

    Who do you think would make it into the Main Draws? . :):):)
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  2. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    For men's, all four are equal chances, none of them outstanding.

    For women's, my bet is on Hsiao Ma Pai.
     
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    Are you sure? In Hsiao Ma's pool, we have;

    * POON Lok Yan (HKG)

    * Nozomi OKUHARA (JPN)

    * Nichaon JINDAPON (THA)

    IMHO, they are all just as strong. :):):)
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    at least Pai has beaten some other higher ranked players recently. the 3 other ones, not so much.
     
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    Nozomi is the best!! I hope she can beat PSM.
     
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    Looking at tournamentsoftware, it seems that Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang withdrawn while Zhang Nan/Zhao Yun Lei is still in.

    Febe promoted to main draw because Carolina Marin withdrawn.

    Boonsak still in despite being reported in badzine that he is injured last week at Thailand local tournament
     
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    This year's Japan Open is a challege to Nozomi's stamina. :D She had just finished the All Japan Junior Championship yesterday. The tournament was held from 16-19 Sept. Right away, she has to fly from Niigata to Tokyo!
     
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    so, WXL was not acting last week. :)
     
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    This is what I like about Jpn SS

    They use 6 courts and all of the umpire seems professional based on TS stats, they're not just put winner shots in uncorrect places...

    Kudos !!!!
     
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    OMG. Sony lost !!!

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    Sony Dwi Kuncoro already lost to his opponent..
     
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    @rosid and @nokh88 : Sony seems hasnt found his A game yet........still lots of doubt in his game
     
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    Also, the runner up of XD last week CHN master, Yoo/Jang is shown door to exit too earlier
    Seems KOR XD pair is still inconsistent.

    I hope more from Eom/Ko in this event
     
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    Yup, he lost to qualify player in straight set only :(
    For now, it seems to hard for Sony come back like before he has long injury :(
     
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    Very sad.

    The lost is probably due to Jang's weakness.
     
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    No wonder, Japan Open always fully packed with A list players ;)
    30th anniversary of this tourney, wow!

    Yeah, after being semifinalist in Taipei, SDK failed to enter main draw here. He still needs more time to find his top-form, good luck next week in Samarinda :)
     
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    Mitani Minatsu just completed her match with Chan Ka Tsz and now she is on court against Xing AiYing. So soon?
     
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    And Mitani took 1st game, 21-17. 3-3 now on 2nd game! :)
     
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    Nozomi beat Pai Hsiao Mai! She advances to the main draw! Ometedou! :D
     
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    Hey, haven't seen you in BC for a long time.
    The poor girl had, in addition, to play a XD match this morning too. But her calf muscles are so huge that all she needs is a little effort and she'll float around on the court.
    My, she just thrashed PHM 21-9 in the rubber!
     

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