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Tong Yun Kai 2019 (Hong Kong, 19-24 March)

Discussion in '2019 Tournaments' started by CLELY, Mar 19, 2019.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Hong Kong

    Second edition of Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships is rolling in Hong Kong while the inaugural event took place in Ho Chi Minh City, 2017. Tong Yun Kai Cup is named after President of Hong Kong Badminton Association.

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    PLAYER'S LIST : https://www.badmintonasia.org/tourn...n-asia-mixed-team-championships/download/5274

    Daily Schedule/Result/LiveScore : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=6E16BA47-5B06-43A3-B610-CF6D436A233D

    Tournament time-table :
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    HKG time
    : https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/hong-kong/hong-kong

    2017 BAMTC RESULT => http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/s...706AE1-774D-4E28-8E91-3150EB93200F&d=20170219
    Champion : Japan
    Runner-up : Korea
    Semifinalists : China & Thailand


    The tournament started yesterday, TPE edged out SGP 3-2, losing singles categories to Singaporean promising players Yeo Jia Min and Loh Kean Yew. Badminton giants China and Indonesia demolished weak teams, Macau and Sri Lanka respectively, 5-0.

    Most participants bring B squad to gain team event experience Host Hong Kong represented by their main players like Ng Ka Long, Cheung Ngan Yi, Tang Chun Man, Tse Ying Suet. Defending champion Japan occupies first seed and will banking on Kanta Tsuneyama, Aya Ohori, Inour/Kaneko, Tanaka/Yonemoto, Watanabe/Higashino to extend their title.

    DAY-2 ORDER OF PLAY (01.00pm & 07.00pm) : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...16BA47-5B06-43A3-B610-CF6D436A233D&d=20190320
     
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  2. Baddie lover

    Baddie lover Regular Member

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    Any live stream link ?
     
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  3. ibelieveindevil

    ibelieveindevil Regular Member

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    Omg! Singapore beaten india 3-2!
     
  4. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    Unfortunately no, we'll wait until quarterfinal round when match will be televised.
    Poor coverage for this event considering badminton is still concentrated in Asia.
     
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  5. Baddyforall

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    India sent weak team.
    They are just there for exposure.
    While Singapore sent their A team.
     
  6. Kento

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    Hmm.. can anyone name a Macau China player?o_O
     
  7. kwun

    kwun Administrator

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    would be nice to see Queen Elizabeth stadium again. HK Open used to be there until they moved to a larger stadium. the QE stadium is quite unique.
     
  8. ibelieveindevil

    ibelieveindevil Regular Member

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    Actually I can't understand why none of the better countries sending their A team. It is almost like if they were to send their A team, they can win.

    I understand that after all England it is Swiss open before this week. But let's say if i were BAM head coach, i would rather senf my players here than to swiss 300
     
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    aside from top players just came back from AE/Swiss, this is not a tournament that team emphasize on. it is ok to send the 'B' team to get some exposure and experience. furthermore, Olympic qual year is soon so don't over stress the top players as they will have a tough year to come.
     
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    May the force be with them :cool: SG team
     
  11. CLELY

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    Today's fixture practically will decide top and runner-up positions as six teams (CHN, INA, HKG, JPN, MAS, THA) already secure their spot in knock-out phase. Group B is exceptional case which offering twisting plot that SGP beat IND 3-2 yesterday. Japan and Hong Kong will play their first match following group A only comprises of two teams instead three as Korea skips this event.

    DAY-3 ORDER OF PLAY : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...16BA47-5B06-43A3-B610-CF6D436A233D&d=20190321
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  12. CLELY

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    Yup, including Thomas-Uber Cup Finals 1996 & 1998.
     
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    I thought you were in your early thirties.
     
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    Just a check on group b:
    if the chinese taipei win by any score, they will go through with Singapore.
    If india win by 4-1 or 5-0, they will go through with Singapore.
    If india win by 3-2 ... Then a tie breaker of matches and points will be needed, am i right?

    That would be interesting
     
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    TPE v IND
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    CHN v MAS
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    12-21,17-21 useless Lu Guangzu.
    CHN 2-1 MAS.
     
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    India leads 2-0 against Taipei
     
  18. CLELY

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    3-1, China secures group D winner.
    Lu Guangzu is the highest ranked of CHN B-listers, sadly his capability is still far from convincing, lost easily to WR #70 Cheam June Wei.
     
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    Second session line-up :
    INA v THA
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    INA sure will lose! Shesar? C'mon..
     

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