BWF Miscellaneous Tournaments in 2019

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  1. Griff88

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    Sorry for bumping this again but despite the same gesture, the meaning is different.
    And Thais won't hesitate to shake hands afterwards/beforehand too
     
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    No ranking points for the competing juniors, the ranking playoff matches doesn't give any benefit beside the so-called "experience". Only the quarterfinalists are allowed to get maximum individual quotas for next edition, while the 9th ranked team and the last placed team gets the same quotas. The real benefit of the ranking matches is actually to make sure your team is not in the top 15 so you can get financial assistance from BWF to send your team :D
     
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    I realised only 3 pairs from a nation can compete in individual event. Remember it was 4 last year. Its better that way, making it more competitive and tense..2/3 pairs are just nice imo.
     
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    It's still the same... 3 MD/WD and 4 XD
     
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    Yonex Dutch Open 2019 livestreams, all four courts:
     
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    YONEX DUTCH Open 2019
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    US$75,000

    DRAW : https://extranet.bwfbadminton.com/d... _Updated Tuesday, 17th September 2019 _.XLSX
    - https://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draws.aspx?id=D65884BF-0391-450F-8301-BD945369DF72

    Tournament time-table
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    Pretty interesting MS line-up for Super 100 level with Verma brothers there, Sameer and defending champion Sourabh alongside with Danish number four Rasmus Gemke and local favorite Mark Caljouw. Meanwhile women's singles top two seeded are occupied by Line Kajersfeldt and Scottish star Kirsty Gilmour plus a string of Chinese back-ups who flying to Almere, most notably is 19 years old teen Wang Zhi Yi who bagged title in recent concluded INA Masters.

    Some regular MD pairs of top-tier BWF tournaments show up here, Liao/Su, Ellis/Langridge, Ivanov/Sozonov, Lu CY/Yang PH also China two revamped combinations, Ou XY/Zhang N and Huang KX/Liu C.

    Daily Schedule/Result/LiveScore : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament?id=D65884BF-0391-450F-8301-BD945369DF72
     
  7. Justin L

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    Surprise to find this livestream for the WJC, CHN MS Dong Tianyao now playing JPN Inamitsu Shotaro
     
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    Yupps, they are live streaming for all courts. Well done Russia Badminton Federation.
     
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    I am impressed by Su Li Yang, TPE player. He attacks well and also have good defence with great footwork. He's defeated Meiraba Luwang in the team event. Now they both are playing against each other in second round.
     
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    WJC, this one for Cts 1 to 6 (switch cameras):
     
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    Only 2 MS of india through to the next round of BWF world junior championships 2019.
    Meiraba lost to Su Li Yang of Chinese Taipei.
    Disappointed.
     
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    Did i just see Zhao Yunlei in the coaching bench of doubles @dutch Open ?
     
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    Where does Sankar Muthusamy stand in the national junior rankings? I thought he is as good a player as Sathish and Meiraba


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    They did not select him. He is 4th in the ranking. @badmuse, could you tell me why Sankar Muthusamy was not selected?

    But he is just 15. So, they might have thought that he has still time. He is ranked no.1 in domestic under-17 ranking.
     
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    She also showed up last week in Malang.
     
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    From 17-14 up in the decider, the Indian pair lost 7 consecutive points to lose 21-14 against no.1 seeds Indonesians Leo/Jamil. If you don't capitalise on the lead like in the decider they were leading 13-7 and 17-14 up, then these stronger pairs like Indonesians, Chinese and Thai will harm you .
     
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    Would you believe it? Ishan/Tanisha had 5 points lead in the 3rd game against top seed from Indonesia but they lost in the end because of nerves. Such a typical indian mentality.
     
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    Dutch Open'19 : Just started watching some livestreams and what did I see, Kirsty Gilmour, the No.2 seed, ousted in R1 by the French Marie Botomene in two straight sets. An upset.
     

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