Badminton Fun Facts and Statistics in 2019

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  1. minions

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    Statistics in China Open.
    • There are total 155 matches played, including 2 retired matches.
    • 56 matches ended up in rubber games (36.13%).
    • There are 16 same country matches in this tournament.
    • The fastest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to LGZ vs SYQ in R1 with just 15 minutes.
    • The longest match goes to KM vs ASG in Final with 90 minutes.
    • The easiest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to LGZ vs SYQ in R1 with the scoreline 21-5 21-9.
    • The hardest match is between Minions vs Choi/Seo in R2 with the scoreline 22-20 18-21 23-21.
    Fun Facts in China Open.
    • CM completes her stunning comeback by winning the title in her first big tournament after a long layoff.
    • Fourth all INA MD Final this year. All of them features minions vs daddies, which minions won all of them.
    • 3 INA MDs are presented in SF for the first time in SSP/WT750+ tournaments.
    • TTY will be back to WR1.
    • Zheng/Huang score their hattrick titles, ranging from 2017-2019.
    • Third China Open title for minions, having won in 2016, 2017, 2019.
    • Chen/Jia and Zheng/Huang have won 5 titles together since Zheng/Huang's partnership debut.
    • This is the first time minions and TTY have different result when they both enter to the Final.
    • Zheng/Huang complete their WT1000 clean sweep.
    • CM, Zheng/Huang successfully defend their title.
    • MS and XD Final matches are the repeat of the Final of the previous edition.
    • China is the overall winner with 2 titles.
     
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    Statistics in Korea Open.
    • There are total 183 matches played, including 7 retired matches.
    • 65 matches ended up in rubber games (35.52%).
    • There are 25 same country matches in this tournament.
    • The fastest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to Kunlavut vs Chun Kar Lung (ENG) in Q with just 16 minutes.
    • The longest match goes to Lee/Shin vs MatsuShida in SF with 83 minutes.
    • The easiest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to Kunlavut vs Chun Kar Lung (ENG) in Q with the scoreline 21-3 21-6.
    • The hardest match is between Rinov/Phita vs He/Du in QF with the scoreline 26-24 22-24 22-20.
    Fun Facts in Korea Open.
    • Dechapol/Sapsiree are the first pair to beat Zheng/Huang twice.
    • KM is the sixth MS player to win back-to-back top-tier tournament.
    • Fajar/Rian is the first INA MD to win title since Luluk/Alvent won it last in 2004.
    • KM is the first JPN MS player to win the title.
    • Dechapol/Sapsiree is the first THA player to win Korea Open title.
    • Second top-tier title for Fajar/Rian, Kim/Kong and Dechapol/Sapsiree.
    • HBJ ends her 3 years title drought. The last time she won the top-tier tournament was 2016 French Open.
    • Second SF in the top-tier tournament this year for Kashyap.
    • WTW reaches SF for the first time since his SF Korea Open 2017.
    • The titles are spread evenly across five disciplines.
     
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    when did the last time non seeded win wtf750+/ss?

    ws: marin #24 won china open 2019, sep 22nd 2019
    wd: kimkong #13 won japan open 2019, jul 28th 2019
    ms: lin #16 won malaysia open 2019, apr 7th 2019
    md: han zhou #17 won french open 2018, oct 28th 2018
    xd: wata higa #48 won all england 2018, mar 18th 2018

    and when did the last time someone never reach top 8 before, win wtf750+/ss?

    ms: gint #13, highest #9 won china open 2018, sep 23rd 2018
    ws: sato #17,highest #12 won indonesia open 2017, jun 18th 2017

    ws is the most competition category but the gap between top 8 (or top 10) and the rest is bigger than other categories
     
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    As of now, ASG is currently ranked eighth. His highest rank is seventh, which he reached sometime this year.
     
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    #13 and highest #9 were his ranking at that time, sep 23rd 2018

    Talk abt sato. This year she's just played 1 tournement
     
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    She is not on the national team anymore, and consequently on the way to retirement. ... She will probably try her best for her corporate team (Yonex) for as long as she can.
     
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    Statistics in Denmark Open.
    • There are total 152 matches played, including 2 retired matches.
    • There are 3 W/O matches.
    • 50 matches ended up in rubber games (32.89%).
    • There are 5 same country matches in this tournament.
    • The fastest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to Fajar/Rian vs Chew/Chew (USA) in R2 with just 22 minutes.
    • The longest match goes to Baek/Jung vs Du/Li in R2 with 88 minutes.
    • The easiest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to CYF vs S. Takahashi in QF with the scoreline 21-9 21-7.
    • The hardest matches go to CM vs ASY in QF with the scoreline 18-21 21-19 21-18 and Praveen/Melati vs Wang/Huang in Final with the scoreline 21-18 18-21 21-19
    Fun Facts in Denmark Open.
    • Fifth all INA MD Final this year. All of them features minions vs daddies, which minions won all of them.
    • TTY and minions don't lose a single game on their way to the title.
    • KM, TTY and minions successfully defend their title.
    • KM continues his winning streak with 26 wins.
    • KM won 5 consecutive titles.
    • TTY has now equaled WYH's 20 SS/WT500+ titles in WS category.
    • Marcus becomes the INA player who won SS/WT500+ titles the most with 25 titles.
    • Baek HN and Melati won their first ever SS/WT500+ title.
    • Jung KE ended her 3-year title drought in SS/WT500+ tournament. The last time she won the high-tier title was in Korea Open 2016 with Shin SC.
    • Praveen ended his 2-year title drought. The last time he won the title was in Korea Open 2017 with Debby.
    • Praveen/Melati will reach their highest ever ranking with the 5th rank.
    • Praveen/Melati are the first pair to win the title by beating the top 2 CHN XD, Zheng/Huang and Wang/Huang.
    • First SF this year for T. Sugiarto and Lu/Yao (TPE).
    • First SF in SS/WT500+ tournament for Wang/Cheng (TPE) as a pair.
    • Indonesia is the overall winner with 2 titles.
     
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    Statistics in French Open.
    • There are total 155 matches played, including 3 retired matches.
    • 59 matches ended up in rubber games (38.06%).
    • There are 6 same country matches in this tournament.
    • The fastest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to Hoo/Yap (MAS) vs Lee/Lee (USA) in R1 with just 22 minutes.
    • The longest match goes to Stoeva/Stoeva vs TakaMatsu in R2 with 109 minutes.
    • The easiest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to VA vs T. Rouxel (FRA) in R1 with the scoreline 21-9 21-6.
    • The hardest matches go to Hoki/Nagahara vs Marvin/Linda (GER) in R1 with the scoreline 23-25 21-19 21-19.
    Fun Facts in French Open.
    • CL ends his one-year title drought.
    • CL doesn't lose a single game on his way to the title.
    • CL successfully defends his title.
    • CL is the first MS player to defend his title since Vimal Kumar did it in 1983-1984.
    • CL will be back to the top 3 ranking.
    • KM's winning streak ends with 28 wins.
    • ASY is the youngest ever to won the WT750+ title.
    • ASY won her first ever SS/WT500+ title.
    • Marcus won his second French Open title with different partner. First, with Kido in 2013. Second, with Kevin in 2019.
    • ASY is the first KOR WS to win the title since Hwang Hye-young in 1990.
    • Lee/Shin are the first KOR WD to win the title since Chung Myung-hee / Hwang Hye-young in 1990.
    • Second all KOR WD final in WT500+ tournaments.
    • 3 KOR WD pairs are now won one WT750 title each.
    • Praveen/Melati and minions won back-to-back titles.
    • Praveen/Melati are the first pair to beat Zheng/Huang two consecutive times.
    • No JPN players present in the final.
    • NO will reach her highest rank, the first.
    • ASY will reach her highest rank, the eleventh.
    • CM and Satwik/Chirag will be back to the top 10.
    • Indonesia and Korea are the overall winner with 2 titles.
     
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    longest is the 109 mins match
     
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    Statistics in Fuzhou China Open.
    • There are total 155 matches played, including 6 retired matches.
    • 42 matches ended up in rubber games (27.1%).
    • There are 14 same country matches in this tournament.
    • The fastest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to Kim/Kong vs Hady/Hosny (EGY) in R1 with just 18 minutes.
    • The longest match goes to FukuHiro vs Chen/Jia in SF with 94 minutes.
    • The easiest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to Kim/Kong vs Hady/Hosny (EGY) in R1 with the scoreline 21-2 21-4.
    • The hardest matches go to Ahsan/Hendra vs Lee/Wang in R1 with the scoreline 27-25 22-24 21-17.
    Fun Facts in Fuzhou China Open.
    • KM, CYF and minions successfully defends their titles.
    • KM wins his 10th titles this year.
    • KM wins his 7th WT500+ titles, equaling LCW's record in 2010 and 2013.
    • Third WT500+ titles for CYF and FukuHiro this year.
    • Minions equal their own record with 8 WT500+ titles, just like last year.
    • Minions win their third consecutive titles.
    • Minions win their fourth consecutive China Open titles in Fuzhou.
    • Fourth WT500+ title for Wang/Huang this year.
    • Zheng/Huang vs Wang/Huang match in Final has happened fourth times this year.
    • The MS, WS and XD Final are the rematches from the last year's finals.
    • TTY and FukuHiro will be back to WR1.
    • Rankireddy/Shetty reach their highest ranking, the 7th.
    • ASY reaches her highest ranking, the 10th.
    • AA reaches his highest ranking, the 3rd.
    • Japan is the overall winner with 2 titles. China also has 2 titles, but the total reps in Final are lesser than Japan.
     
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    China won 2 titles not INA.
     
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    Fixed. What's wrong with me? I had INA in my mind. Duh!
     
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    Statistics in Hongkong Open.
    • There are total 179 matches played, including 3 retired matches.
    • There are 2 W/O matches.
    • 59 matches ended up in rubber games (32.96%).
    • There are 11 same country matches in this tournament.
    • The fastest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to Svendsen (DEN) vs Lam (CAN) in Q with just 13 minutes.
    • The longest match goes to ASG vs JC in SF with 81 minutes.
    • The easiest match, not counting the retired matches, goes to Svendsen (DEN) vs Lam (CAN) in Q with the scoreline 21-2 21-2.
    • The hardest matches go to Li/Liu vs Chia/Soh in QF with the scoreline 21-17 19-21 23-21.
    Fun Facts in Hongkong Open.
    • Yuta/Arisa successfully defends their titles.
    • Chen/Jia will be back to WR1.
    • LCY is the second HKG MS player to win the title.
    • LCY and Choi/Seo win their biggest title.
    • Fourth WT500+ title for Chen/Jia this year.
    • LCY is the only winner to have been promoted from qualifying round.
    • ASG has played all his matches in rubber games.
    • CYF win her first back-to-back titles in high-tier tournament.
    • Choi/Seo reaches her highest ranking, the 7th.
    • China is the overall winner with 2 titles.
     
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    100th loss match is a mark to remember

    for no, its the match against tai in sf wtf 2019
    for aka, its the match against Fitriani in first round korea open 2019
     

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