Day 1 - 1st round

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  1. yamhill

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    Has Xia Xuanze won the 1.Round ?
     
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    yes,he 2:1 won!
     
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    where can I see the results?
    who did he beat?
    what about the M'sians?
     
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    Wei Yili / Zhang Yawen bt. Yumiko Ogura / Reiko Shiota.

    21-10 / 21-11

    Wei/Zhang is a better combination than Wei/Zhao. Zhang has more speed and athleticism than Zhao. kinda like a energizer bunny hopping around the court.. Zhang even pulled off one full fledge jumpsmash in the middle of the game.

    the Japanese pair however, was slightly disappointing. an disadvantage with stiff footwork, and racket handling that lack fluidity. this results in poorer defense as well as inconsistency.
     
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    Day 1 Results (partial)

    MEN'S SINGLESROUND 1/32Lin Dan (bye)Dicky Palyama bt Yousuke Nakanishi 21-15, 21-10Niels Christian Kaldau (bye)Yeoh Kay Bin bt Qiu Yanbo 21-16, 15-21, 21-9Peter Gade (bye)Jang Young Soo bt Poompat Sapkulchananart 21-14, 15-21, 21-19Kuan Beng Hong (bye)Chen Yu bt Yogendran Krishnan 21-12, 21-17Boonsak Ponsana bt Pei Wei Chung 21-12, 21-7Chen Jin (bye)Xia Xuanze bt Ahn Hyun Suk 25-23, 17-21, 21-13Muhd Hafiz Hashim (bye)Lu Yi bt Yohan Wiratama Hadikusumo 21-5, 21-18Kenneth Jonassen (bye)Lee Tsuen Tseng bt Li Yu 22-20, 21-10Chen Hong (bye)ROUND 1/16 (PREDICTED WINNERS IN CAPITAL)LIN DAN vs Dicky PalyamaNIELS CHRISTIAN KALDAU vs Yeoh Kay BinPETER GADE vs Jang Young SooKUAN BENG HONG vs Chen YuBoonsak Ponsana vs CHEN JIN Xia Xuanze vs MUHD HAFIZ HASHIM (MATCH OF THE DAY)Lu Yi vs KENNETH JONASSENCHEN HONG vs Lee Tsuen Tseng
     
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    Actually it seems to me the Jap girls lost because they severely lack offense power. When they did three smashes in a row, usually they won the point. However the problem is that they really do not have this ability. I think the Jap girls have better defense than Wei/Zhang. I agree that Wei/Zhang is a better pair. They seem the following the same philosophy: fast, powerful and keep things simple. Also Wei's experience is important. She is so calm throughout the game. btw, I noticed that the Jap girls' coach is not Jubong Park. Since they are Jap's 1st LD, there must be some reason I guess? Anyone knows?
     
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    Boonsak and Chen Jin again? I'm sure Boonsak would love to avenge his defeat to Chen Jin in AE this year. Or would history repeat itself? Yannie would definitely prefer leggy Chen Jin to win~:D
     
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    Hope for the best

    Lets just pray not all Chinese-affair from SF to Final.
     
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    wow, sounds like an exciting match. Facing such tough rival early on, i hope XZX is back to his old form because he needed if he is this close on round 1
     
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    Actually I agree... That's getting boring... like table tennis :eek:
     

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