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Discussion in '2019 Tournaments' started by minions, Jan 6, 2019.
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Several coming from behind and take the matches are really interesting to make this initial tournament competitive from the early round although it's just Super 300 tournament.
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In the aging of Lin Dan also Chen Long who will turn 30 years old very soon, Lu Guangzu is expected to be China A team member alongside with Shi Yuqi following their effort to build new young squad. Lu clears opening hurdle, def. Indonesian back up Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo, 21-17 / 21-8. Chico was too rush to attack in second game, wrong tactic against the resilient yet energizer Lu.
^-^ Olympic will be more interesting if Indonesia/Japan/China have 1 more quota for each of them. China needs a slot for MS, Japan needs a slot for WD and Indo needs one more for MD
Do you mean that these countries can possibly have 3 reps in one category?
Yeah. If they compromise together.
We were passed 2018 and now we will go up to 2019 with a lot of badminton championship and match.
Please let me know which tournament we have in 2019?
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There a possibility where one nation could bagged one set of medals as happened before in Barcelona 1992 (MS) and Sydney 2000 (WD).
Loh Kean Yew from Singapore advance to R2 after beating CHN youngster. In this tournament, he already beat three CHN youngsters. Remarkable! Looks like Mulyo's magic starts to work in Singapore.
yep... good job so far... we shall see tomorrow vs ZJP / Monk
Jan O Jorgensen was entered for THA masters, anyone knows why he withdrew?
Disappointing result for the top 3 THA MS. They are all eliminated in the first round, making them the only seeded players who lost in R1.
Looks like Lin Dan is safe to the SF stage.
QF should be a straight game victory for LD.
Kasi chan la!... well maybe not.
Loh Kean Yew on the other hand is doing amazingly well, considering his opponents.
Pretty bad from LZJ, from 9-7 to 19-7. He could have do much better than that.
Neighbor boy LKY upset Zhao Junpeng in straight game, among other victims are Sun Feixiang, Liu Haichao, and Zhou Zeqi.
Pretty good unexpected run.