Singapore Badminton Scene

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  1. lodoss

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    Singapore - Philippines: 2-3
    Time: Wed 2/12/2020 4:00 PM
    Draw: BATC – Men's Team – Group C
    Score: 2-3


    Match overview
    Order Event Singapore - Philippines Score Points Duration
    1 MS1
    LOH Kean Yew
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    Ros Leonard PEDROSA
    21-11 21-8 1-0 0:26

    2 MD1
    Jun Liang Andy KWEK
    LOH Kean Hean

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    Peter Gabriel MAGNAYE
    Alvin MORADA
    20-22 19-21 0-1 0:33

    3 MS2
    Jia Heng Jason TEH
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    Lanz Ralf ZAFRA
    21-14 23-21 1-0 0:37

    4 MD2
    Wen Xing Abel TAN
    Jia Hao Howin WONG
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    Philip Joper ESCUETA
    Paul John PANTIG
    16-21 16-21 0-1 0:30

    5 MS3
    Weng Soong Darrion Michael NG
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    Solomon Jr. PADIZ
    10-21 19-21 0-1 0:40
     
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    Good to see Philippines have put up a strong performance over Singapore on their home ground. They deserved it as the organiser of this tournament. This regional encounter also exposed Singapore's weakness in not having enough talent to match the likes of LKY.
     
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    It looks like a very young team for Singapore, isn’t it?
     
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    Most of them have not been exposed to BWF international tournaments.

    So experience in competing with players of other countries is lacking.
     
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    i wonder how many oversea competitions do the players participate each year
     
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    Philippines' men improve to 1-1 at Badminton Asia Team Championships
    https://tv5.espn.com/story/_/id/28683840/ph-women-squad-bows-badminton-asia

    12 Feb, 2020
    • Philip Matel
    The Philippines' men's national badminton team scored a breakthrough 3-2 victory over Singapore on the second day of the 2020 Badminton Asia Manila Team Championships at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum Wednesday.

    Solomon Padiz' Jr. clinched the tie for the hosts after getting by Darrion Michael Ng in the winner-take-all fifth match, 21-10, 21-19.

    Loh Kean Yew drew first blood against Ros Pedrosa to take a 1-0 lead in the first match.

    The tandem of Peter Magnaye and Alvin Morada managed to seize the Philippines' first match victory of the tourney, a 22-20, 21-19 decision over Andy Kwek and Loh.

    Singapore then retook the lead in the tie, 2-1, after a close win by Jason Teh over Lanz Zafra, 21-14, 23-21.

    Now staring at elimination, the duo of Joper Escueta and Paul Pantig rallied to gain a 21-16, 21-16 win against Abel Tan and Howin Wong to knot the tie at two matches apiece.

    The Philippines ended their stint in Group C with a 1-1 record. Singapore dropped to 0-1.

    A ticket to the quarterfinals this Friday could be clinched by the Philippines if Chinese Taipei beats Singapore in their face-off Thursday at 4 p.m.

    Meanwhile, the Philippines' women's team was not as lucky as they bowed out of contention after a 5-0 loss to Indonesia.

    Airah Albo started off the set on a positive note, taking a 21-19 victory over Gregoria Mariska Tunjung. However, Tunjung responded swiftly with a 21-11 win in the second set and blew the Filipina out, 21-9, in the clincher.

    In the next match, the tandem of Alyssa Leonardo and Thea Pomar could not get the job done as they lost, 21-18, 21-12.

    Bianca Carlos put up a fight before succumbing the tie against Ruselli Hartawan, 21-10, 21-18, to put the Philippines away for good.

    Siti Fadia Silva Ramadhanti and Ribka Sugiarto, meanwhile, made quick work of Joella De Vera and Chanelle Lunod in the fourth match, 21-7, 21-8, in a faceoff that lasted for 23 minutes.

    Sarah Barredo closed the Filipinas' stint in the continental meet with a 21-19, 21-14 loss against Putri Kusuma Wardani.

    In other games, Malaysia blanked Kazakhstan in men's action, 5-0, while Indonesia and Korea in Group A are still fighting as of press time. Thailand came out victorious against Japan, 3-0, but have still not played their last two matches.

    Catch the games of the Badminton Asia Team Championships on 5Plus' official Facebook page.
     
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    Badminton Asia Team Championships 2020
    Last update: Friday, February 14, 2020 11:57 AM
    Badminton Asia Confederation | Manila, Philippines 2/11/2020 to 2/16/2020

    https://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/...D641BA1-C5A5-4F18-8813-A8384C09D9AD&match=103

    Chinese Taipei[TPE] - [SGP] Singapore: 4-1
    Time: Thu 2/13/2020 4:00 PM
    Draw: BATC – Men's Team – Group C

    Score: 4-1
    Match overview
    Order Event Chinese Taipei[TPE] - [SGP] Singapore

    1 MS1
    CHOU Tien Chen [TPE]
    [SGP] LOH Kean Yew
    16-21 17-21 0-1 0:41

    2 MD1
    LIAO Min Chun
    SU Ching Heng
    [TPE]
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    Jun Liang Andy KWEK
    LOH Kean Hean
    21-18 21-15 1-0 0:31

    3 MS2
    WANG Tzu Wei [TPE]
    Jia Heng Jason TEH
    21-15 21-11 1-0 0:37

    4 MD2
    LEE Yang [TPE]
    LU Ching Yao [TPE]
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    Jia Hao Howin WONG
    Chuan Shen Aaron YONG
    21-9 21-7 1-0 0:21

    5 MS3
    HSUEH Hsuan Yi [TPE]
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    [SGP] Wei Hong LEE
    21-18 21-16 1-0 0:34

    Statistics
    Points Won Draw Lost Matches Games Points
    Chinese Taipei 0 1 0 0 4 - 1 8 - 2 201 - 151
    Singapore 0 0 0 1 1 - 4 2 - 8 151 - 201

    (One bright spark of this encounter was that LKY beat CTC
    {WR3}
    in straight games.)
     
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    Chinese Taipei [TPE] - [SGP] Singapore: 3-2
    Time: Thu 2/13/2020 10:00 AM
    Draw: BATC – Women's Team – Group Z
    Score: 3-2

    Match overview
    Order Event Chinese Taipei[TPE] - [SGP] Singapore Score Points Duration

    1 WS1
    PAI Yu Po [TPE]
    [SGP] YEO Jia Min
    21-19 17-21 21-16 1-0 1:12

    2 WS2
    CHIANG Ying Li [TPE]
    [SGP] Yue Yann Jaslyn HOOI
    14-21 21-13 12-21 0-1 0:50

    3 WD1
    HSU Ya Ching [TPE]
    HU Ling Fang [TPE]
    [SGP] Yujia JIN
    [SGP] WONG Jia Ying Crystal
    21-19 21-15 1-0 0:34

    4 WS3
    HUNG Yi-Ting [TPE]
    [SGP] CHUA Hui Zhen Grace
    16-21 21-18 16-21 0-1 0:45

    5 WD2
    KUO Yu Wen [TPE]
    LIN Wan Ching [TPE]
    [SGP] Yue Yann Jaslyn HOOI
    [SGP] YEO Jia Min
    21-10 17-21 21-11 1-0 0:47

    Statistics
    Points Won Draw Lost Matches Games Points
    Chinese Taipei 0 1 0 0 3 - 2 8 - 6 260 - 247
    Singapore 0 0 0 1 2 - 3 6 - 8 247 - 260
     
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    Singapore[SGP] - [KOR] Korea: 0-3
    Time: Fri 2/14/2020 10:10 AM
    Draw: BATC – Women's Team – Knock Out
    Score: 0-3

    Match overview
    Order Event Singapore[SGP] - [KOR] Korea Score Points Duration

    1 WS1
    YEO Jia Min [SGP]
    [KOR] AN Se Young
    21-15 13-21 16-21 0-1 1:00

    2 WS2
    Yue Yann Jaslyn HOOI [SGP]
    [KOR] SUNG Ji Hyun
    15-21 12-21 0-1 0:36

    3 WS3
    CHUA Hui Zhen Grace [SGP]
    [KOR] KIM Ga Eun
    10-21 10-21 0-1 0:28

    4 WD1
    Yujia JIN [SGP]
    WONG Jia Ying Crystal [SGP]
    [KOR] Seo Hee LEE
    [KOR] SHIN Seung Chan

    5 WD2
    CHUA Hui Zhen Grace [SGP]
    YEO Jia Min [SGP]
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    [KOR] CHANG Ye Na
    [KOR] KIM Hye Rin

    Statistics
    Points Won Draw Lost Matches Games Points
    Singapore 0 0 0 1 0 - 3 1 - 6 97 - 141
    Korea 0 1 0 0 3 - 0 6 - 1 141 - 97
     
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    Sgp men losing to Philippines in the group stage is almost embarrassing.
     
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    Badminton: Singapore Open in April to proceed; Asian stars Tai Tzu-ying, Ratchanok Intanon confirm attendance
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    Tai Tzu Ying of Bengaluru Raptors hits a return to Michelle Li (not pictured) of North Eastern Warriors during their women's singles final match in Hyderabad, on Feb 9, 2020.PHOTO: AFP

    Published
    Feb 13, 2020, 12:39 pm SGT

    Jonathan Wong
    Assistant Sports Editor

    SINGAPORE - For all her achievements, which include 147 weeks as world No. 1, an Asian Games gold and the 2018 All England title, Tai Tzu-ying knows her resume lacks the glint of silverware from the World Championships and Olympic Games.

    No wonder the second-ranked Taiwanese is determined to end that barren run at this year's Summer Games in Japan.She will return to defend her Singapore Open crown and use the April 7-12 tournament as part of her preparation for her Olympic bid.

    Tai, 25, said: "I want to win in Tokyo. I have been working hard and training relentlessly for it. Every tournament including Singapore Badminton Open needs to be looked at as a fresh challenge.

    "I have to always give my 100 percent and not take any match lightly. For me, my fitness is very important and if I am fit and in a positive mind state, I can win any game."

    She and compatriot Chou Tien-chen, the men's world No. 2, have confirmed their participation at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Chou captured the Singapore Open title in 2018.

    Organised by the Singapore Badminton Association, the US$408,000 (S$566,181) Singapore Open is part of the BWF World Tour and is a Super 500 (Level 4) event. It is also the last stop in the qualifying window for this year's Olympics and as such, is seen as a key event for the top shuttlers to challenge for points and a ticket to Tokyo 2020.

    Reigning women's champion Carolina Marin of Spain and former world champion Thai Ratchanok Intanon will feature in the Republic while Rio 2016 men's singles gold medallist Chen Long headlines a list of 42 Chinese players, including women's world No. 1 Chen Yufeim, bound for Singapore.

    While the coronavirus outbreak has led to numerous high profile sporting events in Singapore being postponed or cancelled - the Feb 27-Mar 1 HSBC Women's World Championship golf tournament has been dropped - Singapore Open organisers remain optimistic.

    Organising chairman Robert Lim said: "It is our full intention to stage the Singapore Badminton Open in April and preparations for it are on track. The health and well-being of our players, spectators and event personnel remain our absolute priority.

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    "We will continue to monitor the situation in Singapore closely and pay heed to official announcements from the relevant authorities."

    Early bird tickets for the Singapore Open are available till Feb 16 through APACTix. For more information, visit singaporebadmintonopen.com.sg.
     
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    Barcelona Spain Masters 2020
    Last update: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 2:26 PM Badminton World Federation | Barcelona, Spaincalendar 2/18/2020 to 2/23/2020

    Match overview of Wednesday, February 19, 2020

    10:00 AM MS
    Viktor Axelsen [1] [DEN]
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    [SGP] Loh Kean Yew
    13-21 21-14 21-15 0:52
    (So LKY still hasn't found the magic formula to beat eventual champion, VA. But LKY is improving!)

    Sunday, February 23, 2020 (FINALS)
    Time Draw Score Duration
    Vall d'Hebron - 1


    1. Starting at 10:00 AM XD
    Kim Sa Rang
    Kim Ha Na
    [KOR]
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    [FRA] Thom Gicquel [6]
    Delphine Delrue
    15-21 21-11 21-10 1:01

    2. Followed by WD
    Greysia Polii [1]
    Apriyani Rahayu [INA]
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    [BUL] Gabriela Stoeva [3]
    Stefani Stoeva
    18-21 22-20 21-17 1:36

    3. Followed by WS
    Pornpawee Chochuwong [6] [THA]
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    [ESP] Carolina Marin [1]
    11-21 21-16 21-18 1:17
    (A surprise upset!)

    4. Followed by MS
    Viktor Axelsen [1] [DEN]
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    [THA] Kunlavut Vitidsarn
    21-16 21-13 0:46

    5. Followed by MD
    Kim Astrup [4]
    Anders Skaarup Rasmussen
    [DEN]
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    [TPE] Lee Yang [1]
    Wang Chi-Lin
    21-17 21-19
     

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