East Ventures INDONESIA Open 2022 : R/32-Final (14-20 June)

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  1. Cheung

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    Apparently Tse Ying Suet has tested positive for covid and therefore withdrawn from mixed doubles event.

    https://www.thestandard.com.hk/sect...m'-for-SAR-karate-team-after-three-medal-haul

    Meanwhile, Hong Kong's badminton team ran into some bad luck at the Indonesia Open after Tse Ying-suet tested positive for Covid-19. Tse and her partner Jordan Tang Chun-man were subsequently forced to withdraw from the mixed doubles event.“



     
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    Prize Money Distribution (total US$1,200,000)
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    Tournament time-table
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    DRAW : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draws.aspx?id=B49D1B9A-A767-4C59-A18A-E9D11B313614
    https://extranet.bwfbadminton.com/d...n 2022 - DRAWS _ Tuesday, 24th May 2022_.XLSX

    The broad excitement continues this week with more enthralling showcase than just concluded Indonesia Masters 2022, containing ensemble cast, adding Japan A-listers and women's singles prominent names Tai Tzu Ying, Carolina Marin.

    Defending champion Axelsen will take on Tsuneyama, a resilient opponent who can't be underestimated, barring any big deviation, he's slated to meet home fave Anthony Ginting in last eight after last week semifinal. Second quarter of draw should offering high appealing and potential clashes between Loh KY and Lee ZJ.

    Second seed Kento Momota who's experiencing lowest point of his career has some Indian players on his semifinal trajectory. Most noteworthy opening match will pay attention to Thai prodigy Vitidsarn against the rejuvenated veteran Chou TC.

    Tokyo OG WS bronze medal match will be replicated in first round here to portray fierce competition in S1000 level, Sindhu won last three meetings against He BJ. Former champion Carolina Marin will open her comeback campaign to take on reserved player, interesting to follow how far she'll go post long injury layoff.

    ROUND OF 32 (PART 1) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...id=B49D1B9A-A767-4C59-A18A-E9D11B313614&d=&c=
     
  3. pajrul

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    tq cheung & clely
     
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    Sindhu lost making so many unforced errors today. No control and No quality in shot making and succumbed to her opponent in Straight games
     
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    Back to back unispiring form by Sindhu.
    He BJ released stress to scream after sealed the match 21-18, thanks to her rival errors in critical point.
     
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  6. Banuka

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    It is unfair for both these players, it is World number 7 against world number 9 in the first round. These draws should be changed. First 16 players should match up against second 16.
     
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    Goh Soon Huat is really not fit, he collapses after each rally. What happened?
     
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    The cheapest of cheap wins…this Idiot umpire doesn’t know how to issue a card after 10x undue delay.

    Are players too clueless to appeal to the tournament referee? Unbelievable.
     
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    wow.. clearly Goh Soon Huat is severely distressed. Can barely stand. But manage to win the game. Credit to Shevon .. manage to step up
     
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    clearly there is good reason... no need to call anyone idiot
     
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    Good reason like “he forgot to read the badminton rule book before becoming an umpire”? Give me a break.
     
  12. pajrul

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    you manage to insult both the thai players and the umpire... i saw the game, nothing out of the rule book... the word compassionate comes to mind..
     
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    You’re just insulting yourself by your lack of awareness of said rule book. This isn’t a charity event, it’s an international sporting event. 10x undue delay should result in cards, points, and the match if unheeded.
     
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    there were delays yes.. but I've seen worst..
     
  15. Habisin-Habisin

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    What an extraordinary performance of Goh,
    keep fighting until he can no longer stand, against opponents as well as his very weak physical conditions.
    Lai, his partner is also amazing at motivating and covering areas.
    I hope Goh recovers soon.
    IM and IO don't seem friendly this time for bass/popor
     
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    Goh just recovered from last week food poisoning...
     
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    man really makes me curious what food did they all eat outside the hotel that causes the poisoning.....street food?
     
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    At least Sindhu looked disappointed after the loss; might mean she's not just playing as a formality.
    But a bit rude for her to not even acknowledge the opponents win. I know her off court demeanor is quite different.
     
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    What a great sportsmanship shown by a Thai XD pair at the end of match. They're true champions.
     
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    The Thai XD pair showed more respect and humility than some people talking here.
     
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