BWF Miscellaneous Tournaments in 2019

Discussion in '2019 Tournaments' started by minions, Jan 6, 2019.

  1. ebcd

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    Yea I too felt that..hes turning out to be the rudest of the japan team which is known to be realy ever smiling and also gracious in defeat..Hes bringing bad name to Japan..I hope his coaches teach him some Japanese ethics and bheaviour the next time he comes on court or I guess God will make him lose again and again and that would be a hard way of learning for him.

    I always see Koreans,Japanese the most gracious players on court...He is an exception for sure :D
     
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    Sourabh defeated Yu igarashi in straight games and proceeded to quarters.
     
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    The only live streaming stopped it seems.
     
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    Local hero Nguyen Tien Minh barely survived Li Shifeng's challenge, 23-21, 21-19.

    Sun Feixiang bested Koki Watanabe, 22-20 and 21-10. I've got a look at their H2H and was somewhat surprised that SFX now holds a 6-0 record against KW, 3 of which were from their junior days in team events.
     
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    Somewhat unexpectedly, Lei Lanxi , winner of the Belarus Int'l little more than a week ago, defeated Siril Verma in two straight games, 21-12, 21-15.

    Siril accounted for the elimination of two veteran MAS MS, Iskandar and Darren Liew, so I can't help but think that he would prevail over LLX with little fuss.
     
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    Sourabh Verma, like Nguyen TM just now, was also stretched to the limit by another JPN young talent, Yu Igarashi,25-23. 24-22, before prevailing.
     
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    Another promising JPN MS, Minoru Koga, 22 years old, had an easier time with TPE veteran, 33-year-old Hsueh Hsuan Yi, winning by 21-17, 21-14.
     
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    Seems to me from the QFs onward, the race to the MS Final is between the seniors and juniors, Nguyen Tien Minh, Tanongsak S, Sourabh Verma, and Lin Yu Hisen versus Soong Joo Ven, Minoru Koga, Sun Feixiang and Lei Lanxi.
     
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    did natsuki nidaira change name to natsuki oie?
     
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    Any predictions or upset tonight?
     
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    So many line calls are wrong from line judges and Sourabh's complain is going into deaf ears.


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    many unseeded players in semifinal :D
     
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    Can anyone tell me if Sun Fei Xang is Buddhist ?

    I think I saw him Doing Namaste Thai,India join style greeting to Opponent which is rare at China Camp.
     
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    What? Natsuki Oie lost in two sets to compatriot Asuka Takahashi by identical score of 21-1 ???

    Something wrong with livescore?
     
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    21-15, 21-19. Glitch at the score line. I checked it in stats which had graph.
     
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    Yup, the score on tournamentsoftware is screwed up.
     
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