Denmark Open Draw

Discussion in 'Denmark Open / Dutch Open 2006' started by yannie, Oct 23, 2006.

  1. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    I am quite suprised as well. It turns out that Hendra A. Gunawan/Joko Riyadi are being prepared to step up a level to the main team level. They are also in the "shadow squad" for Sudirman Cup next year.

    Ko Herry said...its okay to lose...as long as u have gained valuable experience, esp when playing against Lars Paaske/Jonas Rasmussen.

    BTW, the brothers u mentioned (Hendri/Hendra) are representing Singapore, not Indonesia :D They are playing against Hendra/Joko today in the match of the day at Birburger Open 2006.
     
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    badMania Regular Member

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    All the players you mention above have left the national team (including Sigit Budiarto)!
     
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    Hmm, where could he be??..

    ..yah, i'm also a bit surprised not to see Tony's name in the Denmark's Open draw..hmmmmm...esp. now that he's practically residing there and it is *an Open* tourney....or is Tony out of Denmark for the time being??..or his club is not allowing him to compete??..:confused: :rolleyes: :p
     
  4. yannie

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    sony won't come to denmark anyway...
     
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    At least this time we can see new winners at the Denmark Open.. something fresh.
     
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    Pretty weak lineup for the 5-star event, what a pity.
     
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    Well blame it one this year's tournament schedule. IBF or whoever planned it out stacked so many tournaments on top of each other right after the WC'06 that players don't have anytime to rest unless they skip out on a few.
     
  8. yannie

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    Denmark Open 2006 Entry List for CHN / INA / MAS:

    China:
    MS: Qiu Yanbo, Chen Yu, Chen Hong
    WS: Jiang Yanjiao, Lu Lan, Wang Lin
    MD: Xu Chen/Zhang Wei, He Hanbin/Shen Ye
    WD: Pan Pan/Tian Qing
    XD: Zhang Wei/Zhao Yunlei, He Hanbin/Tian Qing, Xu Chen/Cheng Shu

    Indonesia:
    WS: Atu Rosalina, Rirdasari, Fransiska Ratnasari
    MD: Gunawan/Riyadi, Hian/Sukmawan
    WD: Mundiasti/Nursugianti, Novita, Poli
    XD: Widianto/Natsir, Lahardi/Tetty, Flandy/Marissa

    Malaysia:
    MS: WCH, Khrishnan, KBH, Sairul Amar Ayob, Pei Wee Chung, Ismail Samam, Roslin, Lee Tsuen Seng
    MD: HTH/TBH, TBS/OSH, Lin/Fairuz
    WD: Johanna Quay/Lim Pek Siah, Mooi Hing Yau, Ooi Yu Hang
    XD: TBS/OYH
     
  9. ctjcad

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    Off topic - Hmmm..if this yr's schedule doesn't surprise us..

    ...well, then wait til next yr's Super Series schedule-which will essentially composed of 12 pre-selected tourneys(literally 1 tourney per month)-ending with the Grand Prix Finale(total of 13)....I wonder how many (of the BWF's top ranked) players can "literally" participate in each of those tourneys and give their *optimum* capabilities..hmmm:confused: :rolleyes: :p :eek: :(
     
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    The bunching together is very strange indeed. I think it may have something to do with the big tournaments. They had to miss the WC, TC/UC, and the Asian Games all in one year. Oh, and there were Commonwealth Games this year, too, weren't there? That affected the present and former IBF host countries. There were two changes in the schedule, too. One of them reduced the amount of concentration and the other increased it. The former move was the Korea Open and Hong Kong Open moving from Oct/Nov to August. The latter was the addition of the Philippine Open to that already huge Asian tour in May/June. The Super Series next year looks like a plan to keep things more sane. We had glimpses of such scheduling this year with the Swiss/German/All England European tour and the Macau/Thailand and Korea/Hong Kong Asian mini-tours. They didn't have as many that had a big tournament paired with a smaller, either. For example, if they'd paired Hong Kong with Thailand and Korea with Macau, then players might have opted for the higher prize money in both cases. As it was, they were competing more or less equally and the Super Series, which will feature a bunch of pairs of essentially 6-star tournaments, will be like that.

    To get back to the thread topic, Yannie's list above tells the tale about the influence of the Asian Games. The only non-Indonesian in that list whom we can expect to see play in Doha is Chen Hong. Maybe Roslin or Wong, too. The list of Asian Games entrants that isn't in Yannie's list is more telling. It may not be so obvious considering the fact that all of the top players played either Korea or Hong Kong back in August even though those tournaments were only a month before the World Championships but that may just show the relative importance of the Asian Games to some of these countries.
     
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    Team Pelatnas:
    WS: Adrianti Firdasari, Fransisca Ratnasari, Maria Kristin Yulianti
    MD: Hendra A. Gunawan/Joko Riyadi
    WD: Jo Novita/Gresya Polii, Rani Mundiasti/Endang Nur Sugianti, Vita Marissa/Lilyana Natsir :eek:
    XD: Nova Widianto/Lilyana Natsir, Flandy Limpele/Vita Marissa, Devin Lahardi/Yunita Tetty

    Non-Pelatnas:
    WD: Atu Rosalina (I think she's based in Denmark)
    MD: Rian Sukmawan/Eng Hian (Djarum)

    In addition, ALL of the Chinese players competing in the Denmark Open WILL NOT be going to Doha. They are the non Asian-Games players.
     
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    Sorry, by this are you implying that the Pelatnas players are all going to Doha? Can they enter 3 teams per nation in each event? Is there a ranking cut-off like at the Olympics or WC?
    Just to clarify, does this mean that Chen Hong is not competing in Doha? I'd assumed as much for the other players but Chen just won the China Open. Is he really going to have to stay home?
     
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    Sorry, strike that last question. I just noticed the news in this thread.
     
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    Only 2 players/pairs are allowed for each event in the Asian Games.

    Two of the XD pairs involved in the Denmark Open will be going to Doha: Nova Widianto/Lilyana Natsir and Flandy Limpele/Vita Marissa.

    For MS: Taufik Hidayat, Sony Dwi Kuncoro and Simon Santoso

    For WS: all will be playing in Asian Games too.

    For MD: it's Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan and Luluk Hadiyanto/Alvent Yulianto

    One of the WD pair will also be going: Jo Novita/Gresya Polii (the other pair is Lita Nurlita/Nathalia Poluakan).
     
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    wew~~~~ jia you Qiu Yanbo hhehehehe
    Malaysia doesnt send Tan ChunSeang and Lim Kenn???????? TT.TT
     
  16. yannie

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    Qiu Yanbo... unfortunately for him, he'll meet Peter Gade in first round... :eek: But jia you anyway, impossible is nothing...

    Malaysia... sigh... they only sent Tan Chun Seang and Beryno Wong to the recent China Open...
     
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    hmmm, INA not sending any MS at all?
    that's kinda strange.
    i think the title's between PG, CH, CY and possibly MR as a darkhorse since he's been training in DEN.
    haven't seen WCH in action since his injury so i don't want to speculate on his form.

    for MD, i like the look of the MAS pairs, if they can deliver, but i think the danes will take it on home ground.
    presumably ML/JE, LP/JR and Boe will partner someone in their home tournament ....?
     
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    Glad to see CY and CH there......and WCH too!!welcome back!!
     
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    hmm.. just wondering that all countries send most of their young players at denmark open??:confused: it's a five star tournament...why top players don't go to this tournament??:confused::confused::confused:
     
  20. yannie

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    they're all preparing for asian games, so decide to skip denmark open.
     

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