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CHINA OPEN 2017 - Premier Super Series

Discussion in '2017 Tournaments' started by Nine Tailed Fox, Nov 13, 2017.

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  1. Nine Tailed Fox

    Nine Tailed Fox Regular Member

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    DRAW : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draws.aspx?id=7B87CDEA-9783-4668-9D7C-81705B485669

    SCHEDULE : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=7B87CDEA-9783-4668-9D7C-81705B485669

    LIVE SCORE : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/livescore/scoreboard.aspx?id=7B87CDEA-9783-4668-9D7C-

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    Time in China : GMT + 8

    Tournament Favourites :
    1) Viktor Axelsen
    2) Lee Chong Wei
    3) HS Prannoy


    1) Tai Tzu Ying
    2) Nozomi Okuhara
    3) PV Sindhu

    1) Fernaldi/Sukamuljo
    2)Boe/Mogensen
    3) Zhang/Liu

    1) Chen/Jia
    2) Misaki/Ayaka
    3) Yu/ Huang

    1) Ahmad/Natsir
    2) Sewei/Yaqiong
    3) Chris/ Gabrielle





     
  2. Cunning Linguist

    Cunning Linguist Regular Member

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    Does anybody know why this tournament has such a weak draw for WS? I mean, it's a SSP tournament and has one fewer qualifying round than all other SS tournaments this year. :eek: Some of the players that don't have to qualify are also incredibly low ranked.
     
  3. mohans

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    Is HSP a favorite? Nice to see though



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    MS:
    Kidambi Srikanth [8/IND]
    • Sameer Verma [IND]
    • Ajay Jayaram [IND]
    • Sai Praneeth B. [IND]
    • Parupalli Kashyap [IND] - Qual
    • Zulfadli Zulkiffli [MAS] - Qual
    • Lu Guangzu [CHN] - Qual
    • Wang Yuehang [ENG] - Qual

    WS:
    None

    MD:
    None

    WD:
    Kamilla Rytter Juhl/Christinna Pedersen [3/DEN]

    XD:
    • Pranaav Jerry Chopra/Reddy N. Sikki [IND]
    • Sawan Serasinghe/Setyana Mapasa [AUS]
    • Raphael Beck/Carla Nelte [GER] - Qual

    Schedule:
    CCTV Broadcast Time Table
     
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    Nice to see nozomi back. Doubt if she will win though.
     
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    The last edition of China Open in Fuzhou after fourth consecutive here. Fuzhou still as a host for China Master starting in 2018 (around November). Great anticipation to overcome the quality of the tournament as since few years ago this China SSP tournament have some weak compositions or less players come than other same level tournament.

    I notice the 2018 edition of China Open will be held in Changzhou (常州). [​IMG] [TS Link]
     
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    LD vs. Jonatan in the 1st round.. tough for the young indonesian


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    What?? All the India MS have withdrawn... what is going on?


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    except Prannoy
    anyway, I believe it is because they just had sort of a 'sport gala event' this Sunday in India
    they must not be in 100% condition for the tournament after the event and just decides to withdraw
     
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    MS have all 4 qualifiers in bottom half -all in fourth quadran-, what a draw.
     
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    And one more PFQ. Lucky those 3 players!


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  12. Nine Tailed Fox

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    Fourth quarter is deemed as the perfect tourist destination for Top Shuttlers. You can bring your family to enjoy this privilege. While your friends are still welcomed.

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    This SWH never gets injured or what? He is the only player (I reckon) who has appeared in all the SS tournaments this year and the last year, barring the Australian open last year.

    On a serious note, he has remained injury free and has been a consistent performer in most of these tournaments. Class act, but has been shadowed by the likes of VA, SK, LD, LCW and CL in this period.


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    how can LCW and PRANNOY be FAVOURITE when there is LD and CL in CHINA OPEN .... @@
     
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    Did ZHAO Junpeng withdraw too?
     
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    my guess is CL to prove himself in CHINA OPEN by winning the title
     
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    My favorite is GOAT who will be playing at his home province Fujian.

    Home crowd advantage ;)
     
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    Lu Guangzu withdrew from last week's Macau Open and then here, a bit disappointed.

    Unlucky R1 draw for a number of CHN WS, Chen Yufei vs Tai Tzu Ying, Chen Xiaoxin vs Akane Yamaguchi, Cai Yanyan vs Sung Ji Hyun, Gao Fangjie vs Nozomi Okuhara.
     
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    CHN Open PSS is mandatory for the top 8/10 players, why did Srikanth withdraw? He's young and fit and in top form, I'm sure he can handle back-to-back tourneys.

    I saw his name in the HK Open list. In that case, he will start fresh there against some of the top players who go deep at the CHN Open.
     
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