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Discussion in '2019 Tournaments' started by minions, Jan 6, 2019.
LZJ managed to force a decider 21-19, hopefully can he do well in the 3rd game.
ouch Singaporean shuttler defeating 4 CHN shuttlers in a row.... i wouldn't wanna be the coach right now
He's probably sick of it already.
CHN coach: Geez, this kid again? How many times must you beat my boys!
LZJ survives into QF. I was not considering this at all, after an abysmal first game.
Next is Brice Leverdez, who is a good, and persistent player.
Guys, there is a special individual thread opened just for Thailand Masters 2019
Lin Dan: "no worry, i'm on my way...!!"
anyway tomorrow uncle Dan n uncle Brice are surrounded by youngsters.... good luck....
Hats off to the Singaporean, LKY, for beating 4 CHN MS in a row. Don't underestimate him.
Also, congrats for Fitriani who beat Nitchaon in R2. Hope she can progress further.
Scottish Open has just downgraded to Grade 3 - International Challenge (IC) tournament. [Source: 2019 BWF Tournaments Calendar]
Another country losing their 'position' in the international premier tournament agenda
Lack of sponsor, total prize money has been downgraded to US$25,000. Just like Bitburger Open (now Saarlorlux Open), from GP Gold to Super 100 event.
For those who want to watch the matches in European Mixed Team Championship can watch via Badminton Europe youtube.
Looks like Denmark and Russia are going to be the winner of their respective group and go through to the next round regardless the 3rd round robin match result.
Then it's either England/Germany or France/Netherlands to take the 2nd place.
Is there a livestream?
Can't find one in Germany...
Just check on the youtube and search badminton europe.
Can't find any live stream. They only have highlights and replay match videos in Badminton Europe youtube channel.
Germany vs Denmark in Final tomorrow.
Pretty sure that the live stream only worked for the first part of the first day. Nowhere to be seen after ward
Finals should be up here https://www.laola1.tv/badmintoneurope/item.html?id=29593
just 5 euros
Haha I guess I am too a miser to pay for EU Pay TV..
Denmark won the final 3-0.
Congratulations to Team Denmark.
Badminton Denmark should be relieved they had their "best" team back
17th crown for Denmark, they're simply unstoppable and totally dominant in Europe.
Other continental mixed team results, Australia edged past New Zealand, 3-2 and Canada overpowered USA, 3-0 => https://bwfbadminton.com/news-single/2019/02/18/denmark-win-17th-crown-continental-cships/
Asia Mixed Team Championships will be scheduled on 19-24 March, followed by All African Mixed Team Champs (22-25 April)