DAIHATSU INDONESIA MASTERS 2024(23-1-2024 TO 28-1-2024)

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  1. Baddyforall

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    DAIHATSU INDONESIA MASTERS 2024

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    VENUE : JAKARTA, INDONESIA

    LEVEL : 500

    PRIZE MONEY : $420,000

    DRAW:
    https://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draws.aspx?id=41b35c01-13ec-4dcb-a3b1-c8a3184453dc

    LAST YEAR WINNERS:

    MS : JONATHAN CHRISTIE

    WS: AN SE YOUNG

    MD : LEO ROLLY CARNANDO/ DANIEL MARTHIN

    WD: LIU SHENGSHU/ZHANG SHUXIAN

    XD : FENG YANZHE/HUANG DONGPING

    PROMOTED LIST (WITHDRAW LIST)

    Men’s singles

    1. Chia Hao Lee (in place of Kodai Naraoka)
    2. Kantaphon Wangcharoen (Ng Tze Yong)
    3. Magnus Johannesen (Shi Yu Qi)
    4. Su Li Yang (Kanta Tsuneyama)
    Women’s singles

    1. Gao Fang Jie (top seed Chen Yu Fei)
    2. Lin Hsiang Yi (Carolina Marin)
    3. Natsuki Nidaira (Akane Yamaguchi)
    4. (Qualifying round) Karupathevan Letshanna in place of Chaiwan
    Men’s doubles

    1. Kaosanmaang/W.Thongsa-nga (M. Arjun/ Kapila)
    2. Sondergaard/Jesper Toft (Lee/Lindeman)
    3. Vinson Chiu/Joshua Yuan (Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan)
    4. Choong Hon Jian/Haikal Muhammad (Chirag Shetty/Satwiksairaj Rankireddy)
    5. Pongsakom Thongkham/Wongsathorn Thongkham (Kim Young Hyuk/Wang Chan)
    Women’s doubles

    1. Sung Shuo Yu/Yu Chien Hui (A. Cheong/Teoh M)
    2. Miantoro/Febi Setianingrum (C.Choi/J Wu)
    3. Liu Chiao/Wang Yu Qiao (Jeong N/Kim H)
    4. Chang Ching Hui/Yang Ching Tun (Matsumoto/Nagahara)
    5. Paula Lynn Cao Hok/Lauren Lam (top seeds Matsuyama/Shida)
    Mixed doubles

    1. Cheng Xiong/Zhang Chi (Mathias Christiansen/Alexandra BØje)
    2. Gregory Mairs/Jenny Mairs (Feng Yan Zhe/Huang Dong Ping)
    3. Adnan Maulana/Nita Violina Marwah (T.Lindeman/J.Wu)
    4. Chan Peng Soon/Cheah Yee See (Tang/Tse)
    Updated Draw

    https://bwfworldtour.bwfbadminton.c...ihatsu-indonesia-masters-2024/results/draw/ms

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  2. Justafan90

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    Lost of withdrawals, SYQ, Naraoka, CYF, Akane etc, whats going on?
     
  3. 80plus

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    Is it not cruel to play two long matches with 1.30 hour gap ? How both Alex & Kiren recover?
    Different yardsticks for Main Draw & Qualification players!
    Why can't 2nd MS qualification round played as last match of the day?
     
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    Similarly, like ATP, BWF matches should not start after 9.30PM local time...[No war during nights].

    In IO, semifinal 10 matches in Single court, that went past 11PM.. So in future Semi's can be 8+2.
     
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    Only 3 comments wow
     
  6. nokh88

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    Could be due to the lag.
     
  7. Justafan90

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    Why is Kim/Na not performing well at all? They need to stay figuring things out
     
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    Noisy, noisy and noisy but I love the passionate atmosphere in Indonesia.
     
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    The umpires on court 2 & 3 are so loud with the scores.
     
  11. Justafan90

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    Lsf lost to brian yang?
     
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    You didn't know eh? Canada #1 in badminton haha... seriously that's a HUGE upset right there! Way to go Brian!
     
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    Maybe china is not really prioritizing this since its only 500 event, they too SYQ, CYF, Liang/wang out..
     
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    The camera angle is not ideal.
     
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    So many exist and entry points right in front of the courts may heavily effect the drift in this arena...I feel just one Entry/Exit should be either on both the sides of the main court area or behind the audience stands.

    Also the low powered lights and despite focusing on the court you can still see dark spots on the court, it is frustrating to watch cause the Line judges are hardly visible and dont know why cant they keep the entire playing area all light up like in India Open o_O
     
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    Gao FJ is playing this tournament!

    I miss her very much.
     
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    PR blew up a big time opportunity to make it to a QF in a super 500 event


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    At one point, AA was a class ahead of LS. But somehow was able to make it competitive. AA will loosen up more in g2


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  19. Baddyforall

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    Thinking of @ChildrenOfBadminton 's ranting about Prannoy when he defeated Rajawat last week saying he is stopping youngsters of India by defeating them in the early rounds but he himself could not move to next rounds, I wanna remind him about today's result. Prannoy is nowhere here , why can't Rajawat move further ?. These guys are crazy.
     
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    Jille/Seinen (wr 33) reaches QF after defeating wr 9 & 15. Pretty good!


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