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Discussion in 'India Open / Malaysia Open 2012' started by chris-ccc, Apr 23, 2012.
I believe that Chen Jin is at his hotel packing up, ready to fly home.
Bao/Zhong are wont to play grueling,close three-game encounters, this match is no exception, interesting and strange,almost mysterious to me
Bao/Zhong still fighting!!! go go go!!
The amazing CHN pair is pulling clear 17-13.
Whatever, TS should have the courtesy not to keep us guessing or wondering for too long -- simply state "walkover" or something(eg, player overslept is fine by me)
The Ha.J.E/Kim.M.J.-vs-Bao.Y.X/Zhong.Q.X. match
HJE/KMJ-BYX/ZQX: 11-04 (Interval at the 7th minute)
HJE/KMJ-BYX/ZQX: 21-18 (Game over at the 19th minute)
HJE/KMJ-BYX/ZQX: 10-11 (Interval at the 29th minute)
HJE/KMJ-BYX/ZQX: 20-22 (Game over at the 44th minute)
HJE/KMJ-BYX/ZQX: 10-11 (Interval at the 61st minute)
HJE/KMJ-BYX/ZQX: 16-21 (Match over at the 71st minute)
I thought this match is going to be close, but not this close.
The total points scored are;
Yet another Houdini-like escape and victory for Bao/Zhong. The victims this time are (sadly) Cutie #2 and partner.
A thrill a minute for this exciting pair.
Well, chris@ccc and another BCer did see the 'walkover' thingy earlier but dunno who removed it from TS
Bao/Zhong sounded like "包中“ in Mandarin,meaning "sure win/strike" in English (hope I didn't get my Mandarin wrong)
But at Australian Open. He did not go to the stadium until 5 or 10mins before his game. I was at a hotel lobby and he casually walks out and heads out to the stadium by himself not long before his match.
So he might just show up soon?
I won't be waiting for Chen Jin.
It's 2:10am in Melbourne.
Finally it shows up on TS. JustinL can kick CJ's aXX
[TD="align: right"]Kashyap Parupalli[/TD]
[TD]Jin Chen [/TD]
It's a win-win situation. CJ can rest, Kashyap makes the SF
As I posted earlier, it was there before. Then 30 some minutes later, it was removed. Someone is playing tricks on us.
Not only that, but Kashyap now makes the Olympics cause of this. Win win for both CH and Kashyap!
interesting day. Everyone on the left hand side won:
Bao and Zhong are real fighters, but also slow starters.
That's how they present the results
That's how they present the results; The left-hand side indicates the winners.
Have a look at the Semi-Finals Schedule now;
and then when the matches are completed, you will find that the winners will be shifted to the left-hand side.
thanks... i didn't know.
as with today, the best matches will be held in the non-TV court. sucks.
Yes. And looks like Chen Jin has found the perfect way to repay Shon Wan Ho for beating Peter Gade as well.
Since HKV (who likely won't be going to the Olympics because PG and JOJ should be selected) is a Quarter Finals of this tournament, the only way Shon Wan Ho can overtake HKV and finish within top 16 in the world ranking is for him to reach the finals of this Tournament.
Now that Chen Jin has withdrawn, Shon Wan Ho should have a much easier time in his semi final match against Kashyap Parupalli and have a much higher chance to reach the finals.
Imagine what would happen Shon Wan Ho does very well in the Olympics and pulls a major upset by beating one of the Chinese players? Chen Jin will really regret it because had he choose face Kashyap Parupalli in the Quarters Finals of the Indian Open, he is in position to first beat him and then eliminate Shon Wan Ho in the semi's and deny him a place to the Olympics.
Had Shon Wan Ho lose to Chen Jin in the semi's, a much lower ranked player will be playing in London instead. By withdrawing from the Quarter Finals of India Open and give Shon Wan Ho a much better chance to qualify for the Olympics, Chen Jin is actually allowing someone who is capable of upsetting a Chinese player into the Olympics.
But then, I wouldn't blame Chen Jin for withdrawing. It must be extremly tiring to be playing German Open, All England, Swiss Open, Austria Open, Asian Champion, and now the India Open within so short period of time. If he doesn't rest and recover, injuries may occur.