Wang Yilyu 王懿律/ Huang Dongping 黄东萍

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    My favorite XD pair of the current era. Currently WR#2 November 2019:)
    Just created this thread so I could post news about them.

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    Players profile from BWF fansite.

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    Name : Wang Yilyu
    Place of Birth: Zhejiang, China
    Date of Birth : 08/11/1994



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    Name : Huang Dongping
    Place of Birth:
    Date of Birth : 20/01/1995
     
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    First ever player/pair to reach 100k points as WR no. 2

     
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    Congratulations for their Fuzhou China Open title, second final victory against Zheng/Huang!
    They have secured their spot in WTF.

    Happy belated birthday to Wang too!
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    Indeed, a thread for this pair is long overdue.
     
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    Zheng/Huang withdrew from HKO. I guess they have been unfit lately, either one or both of them.
    But good for Wang/Huang to seize any chance offered to them. I was a bit worried that Wang had his back injury troubling him in the QF, but seemed like he was doing just fine.

    Good luck in HKO. Time to snatch another title here! Many players are struggling with illness, injuries or unfit conditions, hopefully they can take care of themselves just well.



    Source https://bwfworldtour.bwfbadminton.c...1/minions-fly-high-china-open-doubles-finals/

    World Champions Surprised

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    Wang Yi Lyu and Huang Dong Ping capitalised on a below-par performance by their compatriots.

    The only surprise of finals day was the mixed doubles match, which saw second seeds Wang Yi Lyu and Huang Dong Ping pick up only their second victory in 12 clashes against world champions Zheng Si Wei and Huang Ya Qiong. It was perhaps the most below-par performance of the world champions over the last two years.

    The match was the shortest of the five finals, ending 21-14 21-13 for Wang and Huang. The world champions were below their best, unable to crank up their energy levels, but refused to give any excuses.

    “Everyone is improving fast and our standards are on par, so it boils down to tactics. We made many errors today and were on the back foot most of the time,” said Zheng.
     
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    I think his name should be written as Wang Yilv 王懿律, to get 律character you need to type 'lv' on your Chinese keyboard.. Nothing comes up if it's 'lyu' :). Same case as 女 it's 'nv'.
     
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    Well it's better to have his official name from the BWF, otherwise many will get confused. It's the pinyin anyway. Not everyone knows Chinese or has Chinese keyboard either.
     
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    LOL it's not even the pinyin, no such a yilyu word in the pinyin system.
    Lucky no Chinese ppl come around here or else they might take it as a foreign word and translate it to mandarin as they did to Nadya, Kolya, etc.
    Anyway, it's just a suggestion, no offense :)
     
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    Nothing wrong to make your name more pronounceable.
     
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    Well this is an English speaking forum and what stated in the BWF should be the standard for English, I am sure the Chinese speakers would go somewhere else for the Chinese:). That's why I am using only the English.. or maybe I should add their Chinese characters too in the title? Hadn't thought about it .. can anyone give me their Chinese names in character? Maybe I can edit the title.
     
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    It's easy to remember my girl HDP's name,: yellow east duckweed (water+apple) 黄东萍。
    WYL 王懿律
     
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    More pronounceable but unwritable esp for non native speakers who relying on the pinyin system to get hanzi. If pronunciation is the reason why not using 'yilü' as suggested by Google translate... more pronounceable and writable for everyone..
     
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    Yes, I agree, for non-Mandarin readers, better to use Hanyu Pinyin, otherwise they won't get the correct Chinese names.
     
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    Yep exactly. Bwf is a joke!
     
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    Not every players name can be pronounced correctly even those with alphabets. and it's even harder to read pinyin for those who never learn Chinese. It's impossible for me to type lü unless copy and paste it.
    I think BWF is doing okay. Even Thai or Indian for another example are all using alphabets. It's the commentators who supposed to introduce the name properly. Not making up their own name like Khai yun instead of Chai yun.
     
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    Looks like you still don't get it, never mind.
    I hope bwf just copy paste the names provided by CBA and no need to make some improvisations, .. If they BWF have nothing better to do, well just play badminton :d;)
     
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    Wang/Huang qualified to WTF as #4 which means there is a possibility for them to be drawn into the same group with Zheng/Huang.
    Nevertheless they need to give their all to defend their title here to keep themselves in the 100k club:):)

    Source : https://bwfworldtourfinals.bwfbadmi...eet-the-top-eight-mixed-doubles-qualifiers-2/

    4.Wang Yi Lyu/Huang Dong Ping (China)

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    Wang Yi Lyu (right) and Huang Dong Ping.

    China’s No.2 pair picked up from where they left off at the World Tour Finals last December, at which they had edged Zheng/Huang in a great final. This year they were in seven straight finals, winning five, including the Badminton Asia Championships. The haul at the end of the year included the Japan Open and the Fuzhou China Open.
     
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    MIXED DOUBLES DRAW:

    Group A

    Puavaranukroh/Taerattanachai (THA)
    Wang YL/Huang DP (CHN)
    Seo SJ/Chae YJ (KOR)
    Chan PS/Goh LY (MAS)

    Group B
    Zheng SW/Huang YQ (CHN)
    Jordan/Oktavianti (INA)
    Faizal/Widjaja (INA)
    Watanabe/Higashino (JPN)


    Think they have a pretty good chance to get through to the SF. I don't remember if they have had played Seo/Chae before or their head to head. But the Thai pair and Chan/Goh definitely will be tough opponents to play. Somehow they always have tricky matches against the latter apparently. As long as they don't meet Zheng/Huang in SF, they should have a fair chance to get to the Final barred any upset.
     
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