SYED MODI INDIA INTERNATIONAL 2022

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  1. Kowalski

    Kowalski Regular Member

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    HS Prannoy looks slow. He wants to win the game playing at 70% or is it a drop in form after the WC.
     
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    Don't you think Treesa & Tanisha would make a better pair? Gayathri doesn't seem to be very good. Treesa moves around the court and does the heavy work. @Anks
     
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    Damn. Prannoy was favourite to win this tournament and he lost in quarters. Looks like a non-Indian would win the men's singles title.
     
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  4. Anks

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    And the Top seed in MS HSP is out I have to give it to the French Young Player he played absolutely well and HSP did try his best but all I can say is that it was just not his day !

    Congrats AM and Best of Luck for the Semis and Well tried HSP !! IMG-20220121-WA0004.jpg
     
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    I Kinda agree with you !
     
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    Who decides the pairing? The players themselves or BAI? Do players have a say? Also why do they all play mixed doubles? It must be exhausting for them. Does BAI make them do it?
     
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    Merkle is quite good, french got promising MS youngsters.
     
  8. Anks

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    I feel SK will sail to the Semis because as much as I have noticed from PVS's play is that she looks lacking in intrest.

    I feel SK will eventually win this year's Syed Modi International 2022 !

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  9. Anks

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    Thr Line judges could be frustrating at timeso_O
     
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    Not sure about that though bruh
     
  11. Kowalski

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    I think they have a pretty ambitious development program for OG2024 in all categories.
     
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    PVS finds her Rythm ups her game and beats Supanida at the last smash down the line as they say it was Plum gliding on the line in a three setter

    Final Score ( 11-21,21-12,21-17 )

    Congrats PVS and well played..also nicely played Supanida excited to see your future tournaments you seem to be really promising.
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  13. GoodmintonLover

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    Isn't Supanida 24?
     
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    Yes she is similar to Akane..lets see what her future holds hope she wins a big tournament someday !
     
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    Here is a shot of the protocols to be followed by everyone coming into the stadium at Syed Modi Intrrnational 2022.

    My Highest respect to all the players for having to to go through the daily RTPCR testing let alone giving their best on court #Salute

    But I have no problems with these protocols as they are in place to ensure safety of all and thankfully so far none of the players have tested positive for Covid I believe the ones that have given walkovers is due to seasonal cold and flu given its been really cold here in Lucknow since last few weeks Minimun temperatures have gone down between 2 to 4°C and Maximums have hovered close to 12 - 15°C.
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    He played really well in late stages of second game during long rallies, nice agility, faster than home opponent.

    Arnaud Merkle had encouraging result in junior stage, being semifinalist of 2018 YOG.
     
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    Close contest in deciding game, Sindhu powerful smash and more aggressive style was the key factor to overcome the doggedness Thai rival, too bad their clash occurred prematurely instead of final round.
     
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    I too wished for the final round clash but Im grateful that BWF has started streaming so was able to watch it live and it was also telecast on TV as well.

    As I mentioned earlier this has to be the new normal and even if they bring out premium subscription for R32 R16 matches LIVE STREAM Im ready to pay for it and not demanding all courts but even 2 courts are enough..but as Badminton fans we all deserve to see our sport form day 1 its 2022 and its high time if we wanna make Badminton popularised sport the LIVE Stream is must.
     
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    The draws were very imbalanced. Again, Vittinghus' suggestions are so much better.
     
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    Too many withdrawals, Vittinghus suggestion got the point about drawing time that should be conducted one or two days prior to tournament kick-off day rather than current two weeks before tour started.

    The original seeding position :
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