Victor DENMARK Open 2021 : R/32 to Final (19-24 October)

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  1. CLELY

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    Total Prize Money : US$850,000

    Venue : Odense Sports Park

    DRAW => https://extranet.bwfbadminton.com/docs/events/3971/docs/VICTOR Denmark Open 2021 - DRAWS _Updated Tuesday, 28th September 2021_.XLSX

    Tournament time-table :
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    LiveScore & Result : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament?id=AE1C21D1-1201-498C-A539-23667E7DC959

    2020 CHAMPIONS => https://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/tournament/ec15a629-1e6e-4cf5-bb3b-8ba4a14b0c87/matches/
    MS - Anders Antonsen (DEN)
    WS - Nozomi Okuhara (JPN)
    MD - Marcus Ellis/Chris Langridge (ENG)
    WD - Yuki Fukushima/Sayaka Hirota (JPN)
    XD - Mark Lamsfuss/Isabel Herttrich (GER)


    PLAYER'S WITHDRAWAL :
    - MS : Mark Caljouw (NED), Shi Yuqi (CHN)
    - WS : Chen Yufei (CHN), Michelle Li (CAN)
    - MD : Bay/Mølhede (DEN)
    - WD : Delrue/Palermo (FRA)
    - XD : Seo SJ/Chae YJ (KOR)

    Non stop badminton action in Europe…

    This year Denmark Open tournament level has been upgraded into S1000 tour as the substitute of China Open cancellation, first top flight individual event post Tokyo Olympics. Checking at the entry list, the line-up is back to normal than last edition mediocre landscape which lack of high profile names due to COVID-19 pandemic disruption.

    Men's singles act starring by a string of renowned protagonists, two-time World Champion Kento Momota, the Olympic Champion Viktor Axelsen, defending champion Anders Antonsen, All England Champion Lee Zii Jia, 2020 Tokyo OG bronze medalist Anthony Ginting, 2018 AG gold medalist Jonatan Christie and world #4 Chou Tien Chen. Initially badminton fans would pay attention for Shi-Axelsen first round clash but China leading man Shi Yuqi has pulled out due to injury, blistering toe. Rematch of last year final will happen today at very early round here, Antonsen against Gemke.

    Indian mega star Pusarla Sindhu returns to action after missed two team events, the notable absentees for Odense meet naming title-holder Nozomi Okuhara, Tai Tzu Ying, Carolina Marin and the latest one the Olympic Champion Chen Yufei. On upper-half draw, Blichfeldt, An SY and Sindhu will be possible candidates to go further here meanhwile Akane Yamaguchi is the big favorite from bottom-half draw to advance until last round.

    Indonesia brings full force in men's doubles category including the-up-and-coming pairs, Carnando/Marthin and Kusumawardana/Rambitan. The favourites Lee/Wang will be the main target to beat considering their fantastic form to create hat-trick early year and won Olympic gold medal in Tokyo. Women's doubles detecting several brand new experimenting partnerships, Du Y/Li WM, Huang DP/Zheng Y plus Japan temporary teamed-up Fukushima/Higashino also mixed doubles as well where China trying to form successful combination for next cycle of OG, Paris 2024. The Olympic Champs Wang/Huang are slated to face French challengers Gicquel/Delrue in last sixteen.

    ROUND OF 32 - PART I (Tuesday | 09.00am) : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...1C21D1-1201-498C-A539-23667E7DC959&d=20211019
     
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  2. r1cky_b3cks

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    i thought SYQ supposed to meet VA in the early round, but it has changed to LKY vs VA. good luck to LKY, my fellow countrymen.
     
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    Why no CYF?
     
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    i guess she withdraw as well from the tournament
     
  5. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    It's rumored that she has unspecified light linjury.
     
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    After such a long hiatus, all this badminton!! I had forgotten how difficult it was to juggle work, family, and being glued to the screen for an emotional rollercoaster. I am not complaining, of course.
     
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    Badminton overload. If the players are not complaining, why should we, the fans? :D
     
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    Predictions anyone?
     
  9. Yoji

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    Players need money, the more tournaments is the better. In this kind of Era, i wouldnt want to be called Olympic Champion or ThomasCup Champion if its just a name but no rewards. 20 years ago it would been different but now its even more so (money oriented) after the Pandemic.

    Just like F1 which can pushed to 23 races next season or rebel football players waiting for their contract to expire to get huge sign in fees, etc.
     
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    MS - VA, he's on fire now and he got more rest time compared to the other top contenders
    WS - AY
    MD - LY/WCL, our olympic champion
    WD - Fuku/Higashino
    XD - HDP/WCL, our olympic champion
     
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    Seems like FukuHiga not playing today ...
     
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    Any live stream links for court2 and 3!??
     
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    CYF has been playing pretty much non-stop since the Olympics, with the National Games, Sudirman Cup and Uber Cup right after another.

    Surely she needs some time to regenerate
     
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    The tv angle is not the best.
     
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    CHN WD pair retires after 5 points.
    DEN pair advanced.
     
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    would like the see some fresh new rankings reflected

    Tired to see Minions/Momota still #1 with current performance
     
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    Looks like lots of players are worn out after 2 weeks of SC/TC/UC action.

    CQC just retired after complaining back injury. I think it was already there before the match started and they only played a few point just to show up before retiring.
     
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    Sameer defeated Kunlavut in straight games.
    His form is back?
     
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    I believe Nishimoto can go far this time.
     
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    Next up, the world number 1 player.
     

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