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Discussion in '2017 Tournaments' started by lisa bitch hannigan, Mar 10, 2017.
They all think they have become Lin Dan or LCW sitting on that chair. That one lady umpiring Sung Ji vs Ratchanok wanted to steal the limelight so bad, it wasn't even funny. Constantly telling the man with the mopper to not come, intentionally not listening to Sung Ji Hyun(many times.) IIRC, Ratchanok slipped and injured herself in that match.
The sense of arrogance in these umpires was mind boggling. Actually, the air of rudeness is everywhere in that hall. Even the security guard acts like a Superstar. No manners, no clue.
Not worth going unless you are a die-hard Badminton Fan.
The very fact that you can't purchase the seats you desire makes this SS the worst for the fans.
Viktor Axelsen and his younger compatriot Anders Antonsen march on to last four, both of them had hard times to pass quarterfinal round. Axelsen lost first game, 19-21 against TPE rising star Wang Tzu Wei then he was pushed into the limit by Wang in deciding game that ended with 21-16. First ever Superseries semifinal for 19 years old Antonsen who edged out local hopeful Sameer Verma, 24-22 / 21-19. Another close contest saw Angus Ng Ka Long eliminated Tommy Sugiarto in three games, Ng grabbed four consecutive points at crucial stage to secure semifinal ticket. Next, heavyweight opponent will await him this evening, Axelsen while top half of draw, Antonsen will challenge the on-fire Chou Tien Chen who powered past Hans Kristian Vittinghus convincingly.
Women's singles semifinal will feat top four seeds face each other, the Olympic Champion Carolina Marin has Japanese starlet Akane Yamaguchi, both of them played long duration match yesterday. Sung Ji Hyun thwarted Ratchanok Intanon to defend her title here despite former World Champion forced deuce but Sung nailed it at the end with 22-20. In highly-anticipated WS tie, Rio silver medalist P.V. Sindhu showed strong determination to defeat her senior Saina Nehwal who's back from knee surgery last year, 21-16 / 22-20. Sindhu trailed behind for most of times in second game and seemed home fans would be treated for third set but world number 5 fought back to level it 19-19 then a service error at game point position by Saina has boosted Sindhu confidence to finish the match.
Current All England champion Gideon/Sukamuljo will see arch rival Conrad/Kolding, a rematch of All England semifinal last month, both pairs have stunning height discrepancy, similar situation when the Indonesian met towering Russian Ivanov/Sozonov in last eight. Last year runner-up, Pratama/Suwardi will face Chinese youngsters Li JH/Liu YC, the latter once again downed former world number one Goh VS/Tan WK after All England quarterfinal recently, this time in two quick games. Japan dominates WD category here despite their aces Matsutomo/Takahashi absence, we'll see whether top-seed Jung KE/Shin SC would deny all Japanese affairs tomorrow. The most notable quarterfinal tie witnessed maximum scoreline when Fukushima/Hirota dropped first game, 29-30 before bounced back to nail next two games against Huang YQ/Tang JH. The biggest chance for China camp to pick title will coming from mixed doubles category, top-seed Zheng SW/Chen QC have tough rival, Chan PS/Goh LY while defending champion Lu K/Huang YQ will meet The Adcocks once more after All England semifinal a month ago.
LIVE TV COVERAGE (Court 1, 02.00pm) :
1) Jung Kyung Eun/Shin Seung Chan (KOR) v Shiho Tanaka/Koharu Yonemoto (JPN)
2) Chou Tien Chen (TPE) v Anders Antonsen (DEN)
3) Marcus Fernaldi Gideon/Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo (INA) v Mads Conrad Petersen/Mads Pieler Kolding (DEN)
4) Zheng Siwei/Chen Qingchen (CHN) v Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying (MAS)
5) Pusarla V. Sindhu (IND) v Sung Ji Hyun (KOR)
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Really looking forward to the MD rematch, Kevin is the most exciting player to watch in the world.
Also the mix doubles, to see is ZSW can pick himself up again after some disastrous performances.
The upcoming match between PVS and Sung JH shoud be going in the latter's way.....hehehe.....
I am amazed by japanese WD . They almeost nailed the title. 3 pairs in semifinals. Woah !
PVS should play to her best to beat SJH who is in form of her lifetime. She is in every semifinals. But still she could not get no.1 ranking. I wonder why.
Chris/Gabby , i guess will get it right this time around to reach the finals.
MS finals would be between CTC vs Victor. Antonsen/Ng Ka long may prove me wrong.
Again, Markus/Ricky are really something. By the time, you realize match is about to start, it is already over. Super FASTTTT.
Other than http://videostream.dn.ua, is there another high quality stream for court 2?
Chou Tien Chen's 3rd SS final, only his third for a consistent top 10 player ?!
Try this one (disable adblocks and refresh page if hanged) http://www.zhangyu.tv/443293
He's been playing well recently. He's a talented player so we could see him in a few more finals this year.
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Both Viktor Axelsen and Chou Tien Chen are in very good form to set up an exciting MS Final.
Download Puffin onto your IPad and view the live stream from video stream.dn.ua. The streaming is very smooth and clear . The streaming on my desktop is horrible the last 2 days with Chrome, at the same distance from my Home WIFI.
They should just mute the sound when playing replays, it's horrible :|
the 7th time marin reach a super series final
Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying conceded a walkover ? What happened, one of them injured or conserving energy for next week's MAS SSP ?
That was a not-exciting MD match
anyone has any idea what mads conrad and kevin sanjaya talked about after the game?
Adcocks look very poor in the first game at times.
Conrad warned Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo not to do those fake swings when the shuttle is going out.