2016 Syed Modi Int.Badminton Championships : Qualifying-FINALS (26th-31st January)

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  1. Sundis

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    Harsheel Dani (IND) born 1996 won against Lee Dong Keun 21-15 21-10! He plays great.
     
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    Harsheel Dani simply crushed LDK in second game. He is extremely deceptive and left hand player. He is very tall .
     
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    Another poor and lacklustre performance from Lee Dong Keun by losing the match to an unknown India player is sending an alarming bell to the Korean coaches and stating in a truthful manner that Korea MS is in a big trouble now. I wonder what will the Korean coaches do to solve this issue.
     
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    Shi Yuqi is tiring, that's a tired-looking shot into the net.
     
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    Luckily, it's only a couple of steps to the finishing line in G2 and SYQ with his sudden last burst of energy wraps up the match; otherwise, I'm not too sure if he can hold out in the rubber.
     
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    Yes still in my workplace working but luckily manage to check the scores online. A few notable matches to mention.

    First happy that Shin Baek Cheol / Chae Yoo Jung won their XD match in style trashing their opponents flat.


    Next exciting match is Chan Peng Soon / Goh Liu Ying also won their XD match in style trashing their opponents flat.



    Finally what an exiting match for the last MS match at court 2. A tough fought match with Shi Yuqi winning the match over Chong Wei Feng 21-18 21-19. Wow what a close call. The match could have gone either way. Anyway congratulation to both players for playing so well to give us an exciting match.
     
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    Frankly speaking I have higher expectations from Shi Yuqi he hasn't performed that well.. CWF isn't the same tough but anymore and engaging yourself in such a close combat when you can wrap things up easily!!
    Let's see how he performs tomorrow
     
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    Srikanth beaten Iskandar in high class mode, let's see if he can beat another MAS player Goh Soon Huat in world class mode...
     
  9. CLELY

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    QUARTERFINALS (02.00pm local time, 3 court) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=89E5ADD3-26AA-43CE-8700-78358629CC2D

    Only two seeded players survived into last eight and both of them are last year winner and runner-up also home favourites as well, Kashyap and Srikanth respectively. The lanky top-seed took revenge and destroyed Zainuddin in convincing style yesterday while defending champion got little trouble by Chinese teen Zhu SY. Srikanth will meet another Malaysian player Goh SH for a place in semifinal and Thai veteran Boonsak Ponsana gets former world junior champion Zulkiffli. Three surprising quarterfinalists occupy bottom of draw as three unseeded players progressed, Huang YX has tough task who meets Kashyap and two low-ranked shuttlers will cross sword, Shi YQ v local MS, Harsheel Dani.

    Nichaon Jindapon displayed great comeback in second round to upset home star P.V. Sindhu and sets up all Thai affairs today against her compatriot Busanan. It's a good day for Thai WS here as Porntip also cruised to quarterfinal and will take on Scottish talent Gilmour. Close encounter is expected between second seed Sung JH v Hashimoto. One remaining quarterfinal tie, Sayaka Sato gets Maria Febe who ended giant-killer Iris Wang, this US player knocked out Bae Yeon Ju at earlier round.

    Four intriguing MD clashes that may spring upset to higher-ranked pair, last year champion Boe/Mogensen are favoured to overcome Lee SM/Tsai CH, Malaysian Goh VS/Tan WK will up against Russian duo Ivanov/Sozonov. Lower half of draw will pit the frontrunner Kim GJ/Kim SR v Kamura/Sonoda and home combination Chropra/Dewalkar will challenge Danish #2 Conrad/Kolding.

    Korean shuttlers look good to bag WD title here as their three pairs manage to last eight, two of them will face off, Chang YN/Lee SH v Go AR/Yoo HW while Jung KE/Shin SC have Japanese hurdle Matsuo/Naito. Two Europeans combo also made it, Netherlands Muskens/Piek will take on Russian Bolotova/Kosetskaya while local hope Gutta/Ponnappa has Thailand youngsters Puttita/Sapsiree.

    Not many surprises happened in mixed doubles department, hot favourite Jordan/Susanto meet German fighters Fuchs/Michels. Recent Macau Open winner, Shin BC/Chae YJ against Thailand Issara/Amitrapai. Two quarterfinal ties at top-half of draw will see Alexander/Oktaviani v Dechapol/Sapsiree and former world number three Chan PS/Goh LY v Japan number #3 Kazuno/Kurihara who eliminated forurth seed Choi SG/Eom HW yesterday.
     
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    Beating Iskandar was in world class mode.
     
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    any predictions for today ? UPSETS xD
     
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    Possible upsets

    Chopra/Dewalkar vs Conrad/Kolding
    Huang Yuxiang vs Kashyap
    Harsheel Dani vs Shi Yuqi
     
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    all MAS players will be end their campaign tonight...
     
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    you said it yesterday lol ... today will be a tough task for them to survive.
     
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    agree on huang yuxiang against kashyap.
    zulkifi
    yui
    keigo
     
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    Having been wrong yesterday, I hope you will not make another unreasonable and biased prediction. They fought hard to be where they are today and we should not count them out prematurely without a fight. :D
     
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    agreed !! hopefully Zulfiki ... can prove his improvement..
     
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    that is what i intended to make them how to be more powerful than LCW...
     
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    Harsheel Dani is the find of the tournament. He displays a maturity far beyond his age. He is like a breath of fresh air for Indian Badminton.
    A brief summary of India's promising MS player.
    Date of Birth: 08-12-1996 Age:19
    Left Hander
    Height: 6 1"
    BWF Rank: 178 as on 28-01-2016
    Trainee of Uday Pawar Badminton Academy based in Mumbai.
    Won Junior National Championship (U-19 Champion) at age 16. Siril Verma and Lakshya Sen are the other two to win this as 16 year olds.

    Link: http://www.thehindu.com/sport/other-sports/syed-modi-badminton-championship-jindapol-packs-off-sindhu-harsheel-dani-advances/article8164078.ece

    2012 Link:http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/mumbai/tallented-shuttler-aims-higher-2/

    2015 Link: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/badminton/Teenage-Mumbai-shuttler-Dani-aims-to-achieve-junior-days-glory/articleshow/48134839.cms

    I hope he is selected for the Indian National Team. He needs regular international tournament exposure to gain experience and to raise his game. He is a delight to watch and is very creative in his execution of shots. :)

    India's most promising youngsters in MS
    1.Harsheel Dani (Uday Pawar Badminton Academy) Mumbai
    2.Sameer Verma (Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy) Hyderabd
    3.Siril Verma (Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy) Hyderabad
    4.Lakshya Sen (Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy) Bangalore
    (Lakshya was not given a wild card for this tournament.)
     
  20. Sundis

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    I agree, he plays great. You should take this post and make a thread about him.
     

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