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Badminton Fun Facts and Statistics in 2019

Discussion in '2019 Tournaments' started by minions, Dec 26, 2018.

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    Statistics in Malaysia Open.
    • There are total 152 matches played, including 2 retired matches.
    • There are 3 W/O matches.
    • 53 matches ended up in rubber games (34.87%).
    • There are 19 same country matches in this tournament.
    • The fastest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to Greysia/Apriyani vs Lee/Lee (USA) in R1 with just 21 minutes.
    • The longest match goes to Wang/Huang vs Chan/Goh in QF with 83 minutes.
    • B. Ongbamrungphan (THA) vs C. Birch (ENG) match in R1 is the easiest match with the scoreline 21-10 21-7, not counting the retired matches.
    • The hardest match is between Fajar/Rian vs Minions in QF with the scoreline 23-21 19-21 21-18.
    Fun Facts in Malaysia Open.
    • Lin Dan won his SS/WT500+ titles after two years wait. Interestingly, his last title at this level is also Malaysia Open.
    • The last time Lin Dan won the title in any individual level was in New Zealand Open 2018.
    • The last time CL vs LD match happened before the Final was during Australia Open 2017 which CL won.
    • TTY is back to her winning ways. The last time she won the title was 6 months ago when she won Denmark Open 2018.
    • TTY and ZSW score their hattrick titles, ranging from 2017-2019.
    • Since 2018, Li/Liu have won all of their titles by facing the JPN pair in Final (BAC, WC, WTF, MO 2019).
    • Chen/Jia and Zheng/Huang have won 4 titles together since Zheng/Huang's partnership debut.
    • Du/Li reached their first final at the high tier tournament as a pair.
    • No JPN WD are presented in SF. The last time JPN WD failed to do so at the high tier tournament was in Hongkong Open 2017.
    • The last time JPN failed to win a title was in Malaysia Masters 2018.
    • Tan/Lai reached their first SF at the high tier tournament since Singapore Open 2017.
    • The last time 3 All-CHN Finals happened was in China Open 2013.
    • The last time China won 4 titles was in French Open 2016.
    • TTY, Chen/Jia, Zheng/Huang didn't drop one game on their way to win the title.
    • China is the overall winner. Interestingly, it has been decided even before the Final day.
     
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    Statistics in Singapore Open.
    • There are total 175 matches played, including 2 retired matches.
    • There are 2 W/O matches.
    • 51 matches ended up in rubber games (29.14%).
    • There are 22 same country matches in this tournament.
    • There are two fastest matches, not counting the retired matches, with just 21 minutes. One is Angga/Ricky vs Tan/Toh (SGP) in Qualification. The other is Lu/Lee (TPE) vs Prasad/Dewangan (IND) in R1.
    • The longest match goes to VA vs JC in QF with 80 minutes.
    • The match between MatsuNaga and the THA pair in R1 is the easiest match with the scoreline 21-6 21-5, not counting the retired matches.
    • The hardest match is between VA vs JC in QF with the scoreline 22-24 21-18 24-22.
    Fun Facts in Singapore Open.
    • KM won his second Singapore Open title. The first one was also his very first title in high tier tournament.
    • AG lost the SS/WT500+ final for the first time.
    • Hendra Setiawan reached his fifth Singapore Open final.
    • Kamura/Sonoda's title is the second one for JPN MD in Singapore Open. The first one was from 1988.
    • Dechapol/Sapsiree won their highest title ever.
    • Tan/Lai and Kim Hye-jeong reached their first SS/WT500+ final.
    • Kong Hee-yong reached her third SS/WT500+ final with 3 different pairs. Interestingly, these three players share the same surname (Kim Ha-na, Kim So-yeong, Kim Hye-jeong).
    • Liu/Xia reached their first SS/WT500+ SF.
    • Both WS and MD SF matches were filled by top 4 seeded players.
    • The singles champion are won by the top seed players.
    • The doubles champion are won by the third seed pairs. Interestingly, all of them beat the top seeds in SF.
    • MatsuNaga and Dechapol/Sapsiree didn't drop one game on their way to win the title.
    • Japan is the overall winner with 3 titles.
     
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    Statistics in BAC.
    • There are total 156 matches played, including 3 retired matches.
    • There are 2 W/O matches.
    • 47 matches ended up in rubber games (30.13%).
    • There are only 4 same country matches in this tournament.
    • The fastest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to Wang/Huang vs Prasad/Dewangan (IND) in R2 with just 17 minutes.
    • The longest match goes to Endo/Watanabe vs Kang/Kim in SF with 83 minutes.
    • The match between MatsuNaga and the UZB pair in R1 is the easiest match with the scoreline 21-2 21-6, not counting the retired matches.
    • The hardest match is between He/Tan vs Fajar/Rian in R2 with the scoreline 21-23 21-19 21-19.
    Fun Facts in BAC.
    • KM and Wang/Huang successfully defend their title.
    • KM is the fourth MS player that successfully defend their title.
    • Wang/Huang is the third XD pair that successfully defend their title.
    • KM is the only WR1 who win the title.
    • AY is the first JPN WS to win the title.
    • Endo/Watanabe is the first JPN MD to win the title.
    • Chou TC, Nguyen TM, Cai YY, Y. Watanabe, Minions, Kang/Kim, Chen/Jia, MatsuNaga, He/Du win their first medal in BAC.
    • Nguyen TM's first medal is also Vietnam's first ever medal in BAC.
    • MatsuNaga rise to the WR1 after becoming runner up in this BAC.
    • Japan is the overall winner with 3 titles.
     
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    Fun Facts in New Zealand Open.
    • JC and ASY won their first GPG/WT title.
    • ASY is the youngest player to won WT title this year.
    • Kim SY / Kong HY beat the top 4 JPN WD on their way to the title.
    • Indonesia is the overall winner with 2 titles and 1 runner up.
     
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    ?? Shouldn't it be "JC and ASY won their first GPG/WT300 title"? :)
     
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    Ups, my bad, will change it.

    Edit: Done, with minor tweak.
     
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    Facts and Statistics in 2019 Sudirman Cup.
    • There are 86 matches played in Group 1, 20 of them are rubber games.
    • All of DEN vs ENG matches ended up in rubber games.
    • None of the matches involving INA ended up in rubber games.
    • Kim/Astrup (DEN) vs Chris/Langridge (ENG) match is the longest match with 98 minutes.
    • GMT (INA) vs Abigail Holden (ENG) match is the shortest match with 23 minutes.
    • China wins its 11th Sudirman Cup.
    • China only lost one match throughout this Sudirman Cup.
    • Except Chen Long, the other CHN players get their first Sudirman Cup.
    • Li/Liu and CYF won four matches each, the most among any players in Group 1.
    • China never lost any matches when Sudirman Cup is held in China.
    • KM lost for the first time in team events.
     
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    Fun Facts in Australia Open.
    • JC won two consecutive individual titles.
    • All INA MS happens again after the last one was happened in Korea Open 2017.
    • Ko/Shin won the title by beating the WR2-5.
    • Wang/Huang never lost a single game on their way to the title.
    • China is the overall winner with 2 titles.
     
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