Today sees a bit more excitement, but tomorrow promises to be much better. MS (R32 & R16) QF1: Peter Gade should have no problems taking first QF spot. QF2: Park Sung Hwan will probably face Sairol Amar Ayob for the second spot. QF3: Dicky Palyama (seeded third) has Lee Hyun Il as a probable R16 opponent. QF4: Kaldau may meet Marleve Mainaky in R16. QF5: Kuan Beng Hong and Anders Boesen meet yet again, this time in the R32. The winner will probably encounter Wacha Przemyslaw in R16. QF6: Don't see a problem for Bjoern Joppien here. QF7: Shon Sheung Mo should breeze through QF8: Hafiz has it easy as well. WS (R16) I don't see any problems for the seeds today, but there are 2 worth-watching enounters. Wang Chen v Seo Yoon Hee Petya Nedeltcheva v Aparna Popat MD (R16) QF1: Luluk/Alven should have no problems against Jeon Jun Bum/Hwang Ji Man QF2: Ha Tae Kwon's experience will probably see him and Lee Yong Dae through against Tan Bin Shen/Ong Soon Hock QF3: Yim Bang Eun/Han Sang Hoon may have to fight it out with Logosz/Mateusiak QF4: Don't see problems for Candra/Sigit against Mogensen/Boe QF5: Chan/Koo is under pressure to prove themselves, Kidho/Setiawan will not be easy QF6: No problems for Limpele/Eng Hian against Danes QF7: Jung Jae Sung/Lee Jae Jin should win against Robertson/Blair QF8: No problems for LP/JR against Kiwis WD (R16) Don't think will see any upsets here. In fact, for half the matches, I wouldn't know if an upset is one way or the other. XD (R16) Qualifiers Yim Bang Eun/Lee Kyung Won taking on second seeds Blair/Munt should be interesting. Also Lee Yong Dae/Ha Jung Eun vs Anggun/Tetty may be close. Other than that, nothing much of interest.