2022 VICTOR Denmark Open

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  1. BadSmashPdx

    BadSmashPdx Regular Member

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    This is for Denmark Open 18–23 October 2022.
     
  2. BadSmashPdx

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    The 2022 Denmark Open (officially known as the Denmark Open 2022 presented by VICTOR for sponsorship reasons).
    I heard that KM withdrew. Otherwise, many top rank players will be in Denmark Open. I'm so excited.
     
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    Tournament time-table
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    DRAW : https://extranet.bwfbadminton.com/d...ws Denmark Open 2022 presented by VICTOR.XLSX
    - https://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draws.aspx?id=fd1c4d79-6704-43b7-bb54-647e3a155f62

    2021 WINNERS => https://bwfworldtour.bwfbadminton.com/tournament/3971/victor-denmark-open-2021/results/2021-10-24
    MS - Viktor Axelsen (DEN)
    WS - Akane Yamaguchi (JPN)
    MD - Takuro Hoki/Yugo Kobayashi (JPN)
    WD - Huang Dong Ping/Zheng Yu (CHN)
    XD - Yuta Watanabe/Arisa Higashino (JPN)

    Denmark Open (total prize money US$750,000) is a few of BWF World tours which still rolling during pandemic alongside All England when majority badminton tournaments had been cancelled post March 2020.

    MS first round will be highlighted by several intriguing matches that invite excitement, the dominant Axelsen facing next generation most talented player Vitidsarn, a rematch of recent World Championships. The prominent Dane is suffering leg injury which has kept him from training, interesting to wait whether it would affect his performance in Odense. Current world #2 Antonsen finds tough challenge, Shi YQ who seeks rejuvenation on his career after made return in Japan last August. Then Ginting opposes Sen where the Indonesian never won in two previous meetings. Bottom-half draw competition notices one seeded player pulled out, last year beaten finalist Momota.

    Among top-10 WS chart, An Se Young and Pusarla Sindhu miss Odense meet and French Open as well. Yamaguchi and Tai TY will be the player to beat judging their consistency and satisfied performance in last several competitions. Marin who needs longer time to restore her tip-top form, the Spaniard failed to pocket CAN Open title early this month, lost to TPE back-up Sung Shuo Yun in semis.

    In mixed doubles category, the Olympic Champion Huang Dong Ping has temporary partner, the youngster Feng Yan Zhe, it seems China is trying to polish new talent to maintain regeneration on track. Feng, 2019 world Junior Champion with Lin Fang Ling have stuttering start in their transition into senior rank.

    ROUND OF 32 - PART 1 (09.00am) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/tournament/FD1C4D79-6704-43B7-BB54-647E3A155F62/matches
     
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    india fans : just checked all the OTT on jio no info on demark open in voot, sony or hotstar , and youtube has no schedule on bwf tv as well! Guess we will wait till SF and F to broadcast but BWF advertises yet doesnt show its matches in top 5 country of badminton , thats like Indonesia Malaysia not showing badminton! Com’on!

    my prediction
    MS : VA vs PHS winner VA
    WS: TTW vs AK - winner TTW
    MD : liang wang vs minions : minions
    Mx : Wata/higas vs puavar/Taerat : winner puavar/taerat
    WD : use faster shuttles and maybe ill take interest
     
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    Pearly has recovered? Wow
     
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    Lee Yang / Wang Chi Ling not playing here?
     
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    Just saw LKY's match against Sitthikom Thammasin (Thailand). Loh was down a few game points in G2 after a few careless errors, but managed to go all out with speed to win straight points and tie at 20-20 then take it 21-13, 22-20
     
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    Where do you watch it?
     
  10. terrynguyen121988

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    Kidambi will take it for sure.
     
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    Wow great job hoki kobay first match as World #1. And you loose your first set to VERY low ranked team… they are unbalanced and unpredictable and go out in the first round and next tournament win it all but they aren’t dominating like the minions were ….. they wont hold their ranking very long ,
     
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    LOLOL cant take #1 pressure see ya #1 ranking
    Minions LOLin at the hotel
     
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    A wtf moment! Young Danes played as underdogs should. But the Japanese world no 1s pair just didn't show up
     
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    Playing like amatuer.

    Weakest world number 1 in history.
     
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    Thats why its tough being WR1 but to me Fajri is the real WR1 that takes over Minions, not hokiKoba because in few weeks time , theyll be out of top 8 just like Minions.

    They can be WR1 for 1 year FajarRian imo.
     
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    Marin is so insufferable... I don't get why she tried to make such an unnecessary remark.
     
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    After set 1 interval is the fastest marin of this year, abt 95% 2021
     
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    What is the model of marin's shoe? Is it the new aerus?
     
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    Minions hold WR1 for 4 years. Its hard to be motivated. Granted they are not LCW or Djokovic.

    Barty hold WR1 for 2 years and decided to call retirement. So i get it but..

    HokiKoba era seems to end where it started.
     
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    On Youtube, BWF TV Youtube Channel. I'm based in the USA so I'm not geo-blocked from watching this event.
     

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