BWF Miscellaneous Tournaments in 2019

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  1. Justin L

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    I had expected Sourabh to prevail but it was much closer than I thought.
     
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    Sourabh into Finals beating Minaru koga in straight games.
    Minaru Koga's game is quite good. He tries to emulate Kento momota . But for a brief moment. He has a bright future if he try to work on his fitness . One of the shots he used was exactly similar to momota. That shot is very difficult to execute. But the opponent is second seed . Otherwise , he would have reached the finals.

    Sourabh played really well. But I see some improvements in his game which is very good. So many players from india are in the race to olympics. I doubt srikanth will qualify. He injured his knee and he will be out of action . He wont be in the next few tournaments.
     
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    Lee hyun il, tan boon heong these 2 oldies are in final of Australian IC
     
  4. Anks

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    Belgium international challenge is LIVE on BADMINTON EUROPE youtube Channel..Lakshya Sen is gonna be next.

    Im there.
     
  5. nilesh123

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    No she's Playing in Australia this week, through to the finals actually.
     
  6. nilesh123

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    Good to see Lakshya back on winning ways, into the finals of Belgian Int'l after string of disappointing early exits past few months.
    However he did get a WO after Mark Caljouw injured his ankle earlier this week playing another Indian Jr.
     
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  8. Anks

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    If anyone thinks that major BWF events have horrible Umpires and line judges you should watch this BELGIUM INTERNATIONAL its like an OPEN RACISM Going on.

    Thankfully Lakshya sen has answered with his racket hahaha by winning the Belgium Tittle.
     
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    Did you watch the 2013 French open MS final? It comes to my mind after reading your post.
     
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    It was borderline actually. I watched the match just now. Sometimes it happens to Asian players in European countries with some 'OLD' Umpires . But it's ok. Nothing much serious. The way of talking also i felt rude especially to Lakshya. When he asked for toweling break, he stricktly said 'No' but he allowed Victor and asking him politely to come to court, using the word 'please'. This happens.
     
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    I think this do not fit here in this tournament thread. Better to post in Japanese threads
     
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    What happened? I can only find that it was a final between K. Tago from Japan and J O. Jorgensen from Danemark.
     
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    I did not watch the match but according to what you wrote that's not right... Umpires should treat any player equally and be fully aware of not failing to do so. Otherwise that's plain inadmissible.
     
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    There were some dubious linecalls and umpire corrections not favoring Tago.
     
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    I surely will now after your reccomendation lol
     
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    Finally, Zhang Yiman wins her maiden title(?).
     
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    Any channels in India broadcasting Vietnam open? I couldn't find it in Hotstar.

    Play hard. Train harder.
     
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    What the drama is unfolding Goin on with saurabh that 11-7 Shot was crazy...Im watching on Youtube in just a case any indian folks wondering.
     
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    Sourabh verma wins the Vietnam Open in three sets...Congratulations Sourabh !

    Now India has 4 tittles so far this year including World Championships.
     
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