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Discussion in 'Denmark / French / BitBurger Open 2013' started by CLELY, Oct 23, 2013.
11 - 8
jordan/marissa beat kim/kim
21 - 14 21 - 13
ouchy, Saina losses 5 out of the last 6 points to get beat after 71mins. gonna hurt.
markis/markus vs endo/kawa
21 -13 19 -21 13 - 6
I think she has right to blame her partner. There was many free points and misunderstanding from ZQX. I was quite surprise how terrible she played
Saina Nehwal beaten in the second round 22-20, 15-21, 20-22 by YJB in a tough round as it seems from the score line. It looks like the WS players who were playing good this time the last year are struggling this year like SN and Julianne.
Not really surprise SN defeat by BYJ....she's kinda loose her touch and footwork
In the other hand Surprise about to make from Kido/Gideon
Zhong Qianxin had a long injury layoff after her operation in Germany, about 9 months or more, if I remember correctly. She is trying to make a comeback this one month or so,need to give her a bit more time to become match-fit.
SN was in such a good form in IBL, she lost that spark in these tournaments. Not a good day for India today
markis/markus beat endo/kawa
21-13 19-21 21-16
she certainly cant be another RI
yup, she'll stay the original PVS, maybe a higher version of herself
Mr and Mrs Adcock, a very impressive XD performance, what a surprise package. Also pretty promising is Adcock and Ellis MD partnership.
My take is that the physical training the Chinese girls/ladies are going through may be too harsh; they literally have to go through the same routine as their male counterparts. I am just wondering whether the female bodies can take that kind of punishment. They have lost WL and may just lose WX as well. Hopefully Zhong Qianxin will recover and find her way back to the top.
Quite a fratricidal day in Mens Singles. Japanese, Indonesian and Danish 'brothers' going at each other.
Personally I would have preferred to see dynamic Sho, lovably inconsistent Sony, and crash test dummy Vittinghus move on.
Tomorrow, there are plenty of interesting pairings. At least no match places compatriots against one another.
It must be a tremendous disappointment for India.
With such a big contingent, yet none of their players survived to the QF, not even their best!
The Bollywood-styled IBL which glamorized especially their "famous" lady players did little to uplift their game so far in subsequent BWF tournaments.
Maybe less fanfare and more down-to-earth treatment may help bring back their form?
As I said earlier, against a more formidable opponent, she would be beaten.
QUARTERFINALS order to play, using 3 courts : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...B21748-662E-4EEF-B832-1ED615C74E3B&d=20131025
TV Court matches (court 1, 05.00pm local time) :
01) Tantowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir (INA) v Chris Adcock/Gabrielle White (ENG)
02) Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei (CHN) v Misaki Matsutomo/Ayaka Takahashi (JPN)
03) Wang Shixian (CHN) v Ratchanok Intanon (THA)
04) Lee Chong Wei (MAS) v Boonsak Ponsana (THA)
05) Liu Xiaolong/Qiu Zihan (CHN) v Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen (DEN)
All above 5 matches are interesting plus :
- Tago v Sugiarto
- Rumbaka v Jorgensen
- Mitani v Porntip
- Hirose v Tai TY
Chris Adcock performance is really good here to advance in last eight of 2 discipline, eliminated seeded pairs en route to QF, Kido/Bernadeth and Kim KJ/Kim SR.
can ratchanok improve her record against wang shi xian?
can TTY advance to semi final?
For me, can Ratchanok improve her record against chinese WS?
How far is Tanongsak can do in this Tourenament.