Chinese Badminton

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  1. gelopisan

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    SYQ and HBJ retired.

    1/8 finals :
    TV court (CCTV5 starts at 3pm BJT):

    WS: Chen Yufei vs Tan Ning
    MD: Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen vs Xie Haonan/Chen Xujun
    MS: Zhao Junpeng vs Wang Zhengxing
    MD: Ou Huangyi/Han Chengkai vs Ren Xiangyu/Liang Weikeng
    MD: Huang Dongping/Tan Ning vs Zheng Yu/Li Wenmei.
     
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    I'm not very sure, but I think the current championships serve as qualifiers for the National Games. Players like Shi Yuqi & Chen Long have already helped their teams qualify for the National Games; as for the individual tournament at the National Games, they may have been given direct entry.
     
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    Wang Zhengxing's badminton is beautiful. Playing against Zhao Junpeng now.
     
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    Right, a ferw of those lesser or unknown provincial players are certainly no pushovers, capable of upsetting the national players.
     
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    Yes, that's correct, except Shi Yuqi's name is in the main draw but not Chen Long, hence I made those comments above.
     
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    Fantastic, Chen Yufei's cross-court dropshot, right within the front service line.
     
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    Looks like CYF is prepared for this match with Tan Ning, not trying to match her aggressive opponent's in a fast pace attacking game, instead opting for well-placed shots and keep her guessing.
     
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    Oh, both retired during the match? Hope not injured or something.
     
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    Chen Yufei's precision cross-court drop shots and going for the lines catches Tan Ning full-stretch several times. Remarkable.
     
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    Tan Ning's inexperience told, esp in G2, as she struggled to read CYF's game, becoming flustered and error-prone going down tamely 21-12 after dropping G1 21-13 (?).
     
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    CYF vs Tan Ning
     
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    Before the match. no idea what are their reasons..
     
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    21-year-old Gu Jun Feng appears to me to be the most impressive and consistent player so far. From the team event up till today he had played at least 6 matches and had not dropped a single game and had not conceded more than 15 points in any game. He beat HYX 11 and 14 today and Wu song Jian 13 and 11 yesterday. let's see how he performs tomorrow.

    I think Weng HY could have been unwell or suffered a light injury. I see no reason why he should be fielded as 3rd singles behind Wu Kaian and Wu Songjian in the team final. Could have lost to Bai YP for the same reason in the first round of the individual competition.
     
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    LGZ burst GJF's bubble today. Once LGZ tightened his net play he was in control of the rallies, reducing GJF to reactive play all the way to the end.
     
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    I guess that's why Lu Guangzu is MS3 in CBA at the moment. Hope to see LGZ make a breakthrough in his career soon as he's already 24 years old. Besides, China needs another top MS to reinforce their strength as Chen Long at age 32 is in the tail end of his career.
     
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    As expected the IND Open held 11-16 May is postponed; if not, I believe the CHN contingent would probably withdraw in view of the IND Covid-19 situation spiraling out of control the last couple of weeks with no sign of abating.

    As such, I'm afraid Shi Yuqi's quest to improve his ranking in the Race to Tokyo Standing and get a seeding to avoid meeting any of the top few seeds in the early rounds look somewhat uncertain, tricky, as he now has only one remaining tournament to play , the SIN Open in June, to be counted for qualification to the Tokyo OG.
     
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    Can someone summarize all the relevant results for us? Many thanks in advance
     
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    Wow opponents of Li/Liu, they are superb, strong in flat and fast play, I want to see them against Endo/Yuta.
     
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    Can someone summarize the results from pre-quater finals. It will be highly appreciated.
     
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    They are Ren Xiang Yu ( 22 years 0ld) and Liang Wei Keng (20 years old) .Liang was AJ champs. in 2018 partnering Shang Yi Chen.
     
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