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PRINCESS SIRIVANNAVARI Thailand Masters 2019

Discussion in '2019 Tournaments' started by Loh, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. Loh

    Loh Regular Member

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    Some results today ( * Interesting matches):

    Wednesday, January 9, 2019

    9:00 AM XD
    Dechapol PUAVARANUKROH [2] [​IMG][THA]
    Sapsiree TAERATTANACHAI
    [​IMG][HKG] YEUNG Ming Nok
    YEUNG Nga Ting
    21-11 21-5

    9:40 AM MS
    LIN Dan [1] [​IMG][CHN] *
    [​IMG][THA] Kunlavut VITIDSARN
    21-14 11-21 21-12

    9:40 AM WD
    Jongkolphan KITITHARAKUL [1] [​IMG][THA]
    Rawinda PRAJONGJAI
    [​IMG][INA] Agatha IMANUELA
    Siti Fadia Silva RAMADHANTI
    21-8 21-9

    9:40 AM MD
    ONG Yew Sin [6] [​IMG][MAS]
    TEO Ee Yi
    [​IMG][VIE] Tuan Duc DO
    Hong Nam PHAM
    21-10 21-7

    9:40 AM WS
    YEO Jia Min [​IMG][SGP]
    [​IMG][THA] Phittayaporn CHAIWAN
    21-9 21-16

    10:20 AM WS
    Fitriani FITRIANI [​IMG][INA] *
    [​IMG][MAS] LEE Ying Ying
    18-21 21-9 23-21

    11:00 AM WS
    Nitchaon JINDAPOL [1] [​IMG][THA]
    [​IMG][TPE] LIN Ying Chun
    21-12 21-15

    11:00 AM MS
    Koki WATANABE [​IMG][JPN] *
    [​IMG][MAS] SOONG Joo Ven
    12-21 21-18 21-13

    (Good to see Singaporean Yeo Jia MIn winning her first match)
     
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    Tournament time-table
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    ROUND OF 16 (03.00pm) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...E9DAAF-158B-4759-96F5-79B323E83F9C&d=20190110

    Another upcoming player will be Lin Dan hurdle, semifinalist of recent HKG Open Lee Cheuk Yiu. The Chinese veteran needed three games to down local future star Kunlavut Vitidsarn. Thailand aces found the exit door yesterday, Kantaphon Wangcharoen and second seed Khosit Phetpradab ended their journey prematurely, the latter lost narrowly to Zhao Junpeng in three games. Three qualifiers still exist in the fray, Pannawit Thongnuam, Koki Watanabe and Loh Kean Yew. Interesting stuff that Singaporean Loh KY has Chinese opponent in his path towards last eight, he defeated Sun FX, Liu HC, Zhou ZQ and the left-hander Zhao JP this evening.

    WS top contenders have no major problem to march on into last sixteen, two INA-THA affairs will involve Fitriani challenges defending champion Nitchaon Jindapol while Ruselli Hartawan takes on Busanan Ongbamrungpan. One intriguing tie will offer CHN-JPN second layered WS, Cai Yanyan against Saena Kawakami.
     
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    Cheam June Wei is getting one step closer to face the legend Lin Dan if the latter able to win tonight match...
     
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    Wow.. an airshot from LD haha. He missed that round the head
     
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    Hm.. no hawk eye in this tournament?
     
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    Lee protested against line calls not one time, but 3 times. Unfortunate, there is no hawk-eye it seems. Even his coach also protested.
     
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    the first game can be different if we have hawk eye
     
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    Lol.. what a long drama on court 1 by both players.
    LD managed to get out of the trouble in the end. Thanks to the line judge.

    Terrible for not having hawk eye here. Too many close and suspicious calls on both sides.
     
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    No hawk eye is a disaster ^-^
     
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    LCY should have taken the shot, knowing how bad the line calls had been during the match.
    No wonder LD took some of the wide shots in the later half of G3. Better take it than risk wrong calls.

    Bad streaming (had to refresh every few minutes), low quality video .. impossible for me at least to tell where the shuttles fell on.
     
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    Is there no hawk eye all the way until Finals?
     
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    I don't know. They may have hawk eye installed in SF and F as the matches will be covered by BadmintonWorldTV.
     
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    It's funny, the tour 100 in Europe is live on youtube clearly than tour 300 in Thailand
     
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    Most of tournaments in Europe usually have better coverage than those in Asia. Annoying to have almost no coverage at all at times.
     
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    Oh, I did not realized that there is a thread for this tournament. Thanks, @yuquall!
     
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