Yonex-Sunrise HONG KONG Open SS 2014 : Qualifying & R/32 (18th & 19th November 2014)

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  1. cobalt

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    Jung Kyung Eun is playing the WD qualifying rounds with Shin Seung Chan!
     
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    any live feed sites?
     
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    Not likely at the qualifying rounds... :(
     
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    Change of ends. There was a worse side with the shuttle floating a bit. The hall is about 1/4 full which is pretty good for qualifying rounds.
     
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    too bad... I guess just go to sleep instead...
     
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    Was it about drift in stadium Cheung to force Akane hard to control the shuttlecock in game 2?
     
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    Did you forget to shut the door behind you?
     
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    Definitely some mistiming happened. Yulia Yosephine did play better badminton to give her some credit.

    No but some of the officials have a cold so perhaps sneezing at an impromptu moment? :)
     
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    Prajakta/vontus INA/IND they def Markus/Rizki..I wasn't expecting that..
    Saurabh verma isn't playing his real game this days I think..consecutive R1 def and even he is failing to qualify for the more prestigious ones...
     
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    Ajay Jayaram was pushed hard all the way to the duece by an unknown player from CT..well let's see how well can he do in the g2
     
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    AJ wins comfortably in g2 meets top seed CL..
    The angry dragon after his unexpected def @ home soil should be impatient to thrash all his opponents enroute to the title... ;)
     
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    Chen Long loses in the early rounds. Ajay has a warm up match getting used to the conditions and is up to speed. Ajay has a chance!
     
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    Just noticed that WSX, the 1st seed will face Liu Xin in the 2nd round if both won their matches against Eriko and Michelle Li respectively.
     
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    Very surprised to see Viktor Axelsen is the betting favourite against Kenichi Tago
     
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    Even I am rooting for young VA..
    nothing is going KT"s way..
    Draws..his strategy..rankings...nothing..
    Whereas VA has shown good signs lately he is also one of the contenders battling for a place in SSF...he will really show his best tomorrow moreover the recently concluded one Sider KT vs PK with all +ve things VA is indeed having bright chances to impose an early upset in this concluding SS
     
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    I'll pray to the all mighty or would spot any shooting star to make your words come true.. :D
     
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    is there any livestreaming for the early rounds?
     
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    ROUND OF 32 (09.00am local time, 4 courts) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=4BC97B56-47EC-4612-9850-455FB7F5DA5B

    The first match is already started, KOR XD Shin BC/Chang YN was retired, who's injured this time?

    Many intriguing ties today that may spring some upsets :
    - Tian HW (CHN) v Chong WF (MAS)
    - Sugiarto (INA) v Wei N (HKG)
    - Chou TC (TPE) v Srikanth (IND)
    - Hu Y (HKG) v Son WH (KOR)
    - Axelsen (DEN) v Tago (JPN)
    - Momota (JPN) v Wang ZM (CHN)
    - Tai TY (TPE) Takahashi (JPN)
    - Okuhara (JPN) v Sun Y (CHN)
    - Conrad/Kolding (DEN) v Endo/Hayakawa (JPN)
    - Maheswari/Polii (INA) v Matsuo/Naito (JPN)
    - Kido/Bernadeth (INA) v Sudket/Saralee (THA)
     
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    Akane Y progresses to R16 with minimum fuss. This young lady is slated for great things, surely.
     
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    It will be interesting to see how Carolina Marin does here. She's been back in competition for a while now, so the rust should have worn off.

    I would love to see her at her best again; she`s feisty and intelligent, and brings that edge of uncertainty that makes a match so much more fun.
     

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