2023 Princess Sirivannavari Thailand Masters

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  1. BadSmashPdx

    BadSmashPdx Regular Member

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    After 2-year hiatus, we will finally see this Thailand Masters in Bangkok from 31 January to 5 February 2023. It is the fourth tournament of the 2023 BWF World Tour.

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    First edition : 2016

    Total Prize Money
    : US$210,000

    Tournament Website :
    https://badmintonworldtour.com/event/2023-thailand-masters/
    https://www.thaiticketmajor.com/sport/princess-sirivannavari-thailand-masters-2023.html (please correct me on this)


    Daily Schedule/Result/LiveScore : https://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/tournament/db34957f-2e70-43b3-a935-8e98ee0ea6bf

    Tournament time-tables/schedules : https://www.thaiticketmajor.com/cmsimg/imgeditor/S__7364685.jpg
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    DRAW : https://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draws.aspx?id=db34957f-2e70-43b3-a935-8e98ee0ea6bf

    LIVE STREAMING : https://www.youtube.com/user/bwf/featured
    someone help? -

    2020 WINNERS => https://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/tournament/d5e5610c-87cd-4b0b-991a-44dbfc1f59e2/Matches
    - MS : Ng Ka Long (HKG)
    - WS : Akane Yamaguchi (JPN)
    - MD : Ong Yew Sin/Teo Ee Yi (MAS)
    - WD : Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan (CHN)

    - XD : Marcus Ellis/Lauren Smith (ENG)

    Thailand time: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/thailand/bangkok
     
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  2. Justafan90

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    Why does SYQ needs 3 games to beat Mark?! He’s like the only top player that did not withdraw
     
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    He/Zhou lost in the early round to an unknown Thai MD
     
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    choxperience for PR, from leading 11-6, a valuable lesson is learned today, he should stop sharing room with KS.

    @Baddie lover remember how LS used to choke against HKVH?
     
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    Hard luck for the birthday boy Priyanshu Rajawat.
    Long way to go. Need a lot of work at his net game, and lacks sting in his attacks.
    Good footwork.
    Having said that Heo has underperformed lately, and today's win was only a matter of a shuttle or two going wide or long.
     
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    I started watching after interval of third game. Must say, I really enjoyed his winning points. One thing I noticed is he plays passively sometimes and puts the shuttle to the net or outside frequently. If he cuts on those and brings consistency in rally, he’ll be better and better. I liked today’s match.

    Yupps, Lakshya choked real bad against HKV. Was that in Denmark open?
     
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    yupps, a whole year of choxperience.
     
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    Why did Antonsen get a yellow card while changing ends in the 3rd game against Nishimoto? The notorious "delaying the game"?
     
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    racket abuse. he broke his racket after the point at 11-8.
     
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    oh boy... I watched the end of the rubber, and there is only one conclusion - instead of chilling out in Dubai he really has to get very good psychologist....
     
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    Wow, Nishimoto got spanked by Lin Chun-Yi:eek:
     
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    At first I thought Lin Chun-Yi was the one playing at the last WJC...but then I found out that's another guy.

    So that means Taiwan has 2 rising young MS players.

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    Moto played so bad, cannot defence most of Lin's shots

    I will wait for the match tomorrow between Shi YQ vs Lin CY to see whether Lin was good or Moto was bad.
     
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    2023 THA Masters entry list is pretty weak, no thanks for its unfavorable timeslot, being the last tour after a string of top tier S500++.

    Shi YQ should be one of favorites amid the absence of top-15 players here, he displayed lethargic performance how he passed preliminary rounds stutteringly to play extra game to tackle Caljouw and the agile Watanabe. In quarterfinal round, the Chinese outclassed Lee CY who visibly indicating tiredness in two quick games. Facing Lin Chun-Yi, Taiwenese youngster who nailed US Open 2019 title, interesting endeavor for Shi to face the unheralded and aggressive player next where his stamina started to wane.

    Top contender Han Yue who has improved by leaps and bounds will be challenged by Hsu WC, this quite late bloomer Taiwanese clinched several IC titles last year, a typical resilient and good coverage player that matching with Han style of play. Another quite intriguing semifinal clash to follow whether local hopeful Katethong could overcome Zhang YM who didn't score inspiring result lately.
     
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    Lin Chun Yi is an upcoming top 10 player for sure
     
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    Ng KL gets nervy in the end but managed to squeeze out victory
     
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    wrong topic, I commented on Malaysia Open topic, so I repeat my comment here.

    With the man who was beating Shi YQ in game 1, cannot expect Nishimoto can win him yesterday.

    Is this ''Lin Dan'' who was playing against to Shi YQ, right ? :D:D:D:D:D:D:D
     

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