Asian Badminton Championships: Final

Discussion in 'Asian Badminton Championship 2005' started by badMania, Sep 10, 2005.

  1. taneepak

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    I understand this year's Asian Badminton Championship in India was sponsored by Sunrise, distributor of Yonex SP racquets in SE Asia, South Asia, and HK. They must be giving out lots of SP racquets to the participants. The Yonex strings used in the tournament were also SP strings. You think the Japanese players brought their own JP or JN strings? :D
     
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    So blue moons are more common than I thought... :rolleyes:
     
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    Blue Moon only occurs for Wang Chen if the top Chinese players aren't competing in the tournament. When she won the 2002 Taiwan Open Champion, the Chinese players didn't enter that tournment either. If I am not mistaken, the only major title that she has won which requires her to beat other Chinese players is her World Junior Championship Title.
     
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    WoW what a cool picture cooler hehe:D :D
    thx alot
    hes got one nice smile:rolleyes:
     
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    I stand corrected or not. When Wang Chen won the Asian Championship in 2003, she did beat Dai Yun in the semi's. Technically, she did have to beat another Chinese player to win the championship, eventhough she wasn't required to face any other top Chinese players (eg. Zhang Ning, Gong Ruina, Zhou Mi, Xie Xinfang) because they all didn't play in it.
     
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    Was Dai Yun representing china then or Holland?
     
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    She would be ineligble to play in the Asian Badminton Champion if she's representing an European country. My guess is that she's representing China :)
     

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