Chinese National Championship results

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  1. kwun

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    here is the result of the Chinese National Championship held in the city of Zhu Hai, GuangDong.

    Men's team - GuangDong Province
    Women's team - GuangDong Province

    Men's Single

    Chen Rui (Guang Xi) bt. Chen Hong (Xiamen) 12-15 / 15-13 / 15-7

    Women's Single

    Xie Xingfang (GuangDong) bt. Zhang Ning (LiuNing)

    Men's Double

    Fu HaiFeng / Chen Qiqiu (GD) bt. Zheng Bo / Cao Zhen (HuNan)

    17-14 / 15-5

    Women's Double

    Zhang Jiewen / Yang Wei (GD) bt. Gao Ling / Wei Yili (HuBei)

    Mixed Double

    Chen Qiqiu / Zhang Jiewen (GD) bt. Wang Wei / Tao Yao Feng (ShangHai)
     
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    it seem chen hong is slipping lately and XXF is gaining strength
     
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    It should be "Chen Yu" not "Chen Rui".
     
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    And BAO ChunlaiAXIA XuanzeAGONG Ruina are all absent.

    In the MS semi final , CHEN Hong beated LIN Dan 15-9 2-15 15-10, and in the WS semi final ,XIE Xingfang beated ZHOU Mi.
     
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    Its Chen Yu bt Chen Hong.. not Chen Rui Civet is right.
     
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    Chen Yu is still dominating...

    As last year national champion, Chen Yu won the national championship again this year. Although he is the least known Chinese player world wide and has the worst international results, he holds the best winning rate against his teammates for a quite long time. Chen Hong is still the second among teammates, as usual. Although Lin Dan performed the best recently in the nternational tournaments, but to fight teammates, agressiveness, tricks, and fighting spirit do not count.
     
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    chinese nationals

    Anyone with results of the chinese national championships. Apparently chen yu and xie xingfang won
     
  8. jamesd20

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    Re: chinese nationals

    That is what this thread is about, if you read the first post, they are a brief review of the results (it should beChen Yu, though not Chen Rui who won singles though, just to say it a third time)


    Anyone have a website or any more indepth results/reports?
     
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    I noticed that GuangDong is pretty strong there. Anybody care to enlighten us overseas cousins on why GD but not large cities like Shanghai or Beijing? Facility? Attitude? History? Coaching? Local government?

    Thanks in advance.
    Nothing like a study into the social aspects of badminton. ;)
     

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