Danisa DENMARK Open 2018 : Round of 32-Final (16-21 October)

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  1. CLELY

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    Total Prize Money : US$775,000

    Winner Ranking Point : 11,000

    Tournament Website : http://badmintondenmark.com/cms/
    - https://bwfworldtour.bwfbadminton.com/tournament/3156/danisa-denmark-open-2018/history/

    Tournament Programme : http://badmintondenmark.com/cms/?cmsid=844&pageid=26623

    Daily Schedule/Result/LiveScore : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=7285EA57-347D-4D3B-AD28-2EFBD4890DDB

    LIVE-STREAMING : - http://zibrasport.dk/badminton/live/
    - http://videostream.dn.ua/videopage/videoPage.php?g=c2J2b2JoK2F0Y3ZsbmhZ&c=en&i=eWlhaXVidGd1bA№f№f
    - http://sportstream365.com/other
    - BWF Youtube (from Round of16/Thursday onwards) : https://www.youtube.com/user/bwf?gl=ID&hl=id

    DEN time : https://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wtzresult.php?CiID=3780&forma=Find Time

    2017 WINNERS => https://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/...280BD3-001D-467E-A3F7-40DF248A495C&d=20171022

    MS - Kidambi Srikanth (IND)
    WS - Ratchanok Intanon (THA)
    MD - Liu Cheng/Zhang Nan (CHN)
    WD - Lee So Hee/Shin Seung Chan (KOR)
    XD - Tang Chun Man/Tse Ying Suet (HKG)


    *Player's Withdrawal :
    - MS : Prannoy H.S. (IND)
    - WS : NONE
    - MD : Goh V Shem/Tan Wee Kiong (MAS)
    - WD : Amanda Hogstrom/Clara Nistad (SWE)
    - XD : NONE

    First round will be splitted by two days, Tuesday (16 October) and Wednesday (17 October)

    ROUND OF 32 - Part 1 (09.00am local time, 3 courts) : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...85EA57-347D-4D3B-AD28-2EFBD4890DDB&d=20181016

    * MATCH HIGHLIGHTS :
    - Hans-Kristian Solberg Vittinghus (DEN) v Kidambi Srikanth (IND)
    - Angus Ng Ka Long (HKG) v Chen Long (CHN)
    - Anthony Sinsisuka Ginting (INA) v Kento Momota (JPN)
    - Tai Tzu Ying (TPE) v Sayaka Takahashi (JPN)
    - Ratchanok Intanon (THA) v Kirsty Gilmour (SCO)
    - Zhang Beiwen (USA) v Pusarla V. Sindhu (IND)
    - Gideon/Sukamuljo (INA) v Tan Q/He JT (CHN)
    - Liu C/Zhang N (CHN) v Endo/Watanabe (JPN)
    - Ivanov/Sozonov (RUS) v Kamura/Sonoda (JPN)
    - Lee SH/Shin SC (KOR) v Stoeva/Stoeva (BUL)
    - Chang YN/Jung KE (KOR) v Chen QC/Jia YF (CHN)
    - Zheng SW/Huang YQ (CHN) v Jordan/Oktavianti (INA)
    - Christiansen/Pedersen (DEN) v Wang CL/Lee CH (TPE)
    - Watanabe/Higashino (JPN) v He JT/Du Y (CHN)


    Being one of five Super 750 tournaments in rebranding BWF World Tour, underscores this rich country credential as European badminton powerhouse. Odense - the hometown of famous poet and fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen - once again will host this prestigious event since 2007 edition. Offering total prize-money US$775,000 and starry cast, Denmark Open absolutely will showcase world class action without qualification round in six days ahead.

    A mouth watering men’s singles premature clash will present new rivalry of Momota-Ginting, a rematch of fantastic CHN Open Super 1000 final. The new world number one and reigning world champion lost to Indonesian magic boy in last two encounters, the Japanese absolutely will be determined to reverse result this time. Title-holder Kidambi Srikanth who has dismal performance lately will start his campaign against local player Hans Kristian Vittinghus while four-time champion Chen Long has tough test awaits him, HKG resilient player Ng Ka Long. Home favourite also Denmark best hopeful in this category Viktor Axelsen is expected to overcome Kazumasa Sakai and likely will meet his younger compatriot Anders Antonsen in last sixteen.

    Top-seed Tai Tzu Ying who’s quite off-form post Asian Games event bagged Super 300 title at home soil recently will try to reclaim top form in Odense Sports Park. Having tricky test in first round, Sayaka Takahashi then either Gao Fangjie or Busanan in next round. Defending champion Ratchanok Intanon will take on complicated task Scottish star Kirsty Gilmour who beat former world champion in JPN Open. The Spanish phenomenon Carolina Marin who regains high confidence after carved history in Nanjing had clinched back to back JPN & CHN Open crown is expected to continue her finest touch. Joining her in bottom-half of draw are familiar elite players, Pusarla Sindhu, Nozomi Okuhara and last year beaten finalist Akane Yamaguchi.

    The near invincible Gideon/Sukamuljo will be tested by promising prospects He JT/Tan Q prematurely, the Chinese beat the Minions in MAS Open last July and pushed them into rubber game at JPN meet. Last year winner Liu C/Zhang N also find difficult rival to progress, KOR Open champion Endo/Watanabe. Two Japanese pairs Kamura/Sonoda, Inoue/Kaneko are drawn alongside with second seed Li JH/Liu YC and Indonesian number two Alfian/Ardianto at lower-half of draw.

    A heavyweight mission for Lee SH/Shin SC to repeat their victory following the strong domination by Japanese WD solid squad. The Koreans need to bring their best to face Stoeva Sisters earlier before possibly meeting with world number one Fukushima/Hirota. Another seeded pairs in upper-half draw, Polii/Rahayu are tipped to face world champion Matsumoto/Nagahara at quarterfinal. Asian Games champion Chen QC/Jia YF and the Olympic Champion Matsutomo/Takahashi are the favourite to book final ticket from the opposite draw.

    China hotshots XD duo, Zheng/Huang have Indonesia hurdle Jordan/Oktavianti at first round and slated to meet English married couple The Adcocks in quarterfinal stage. All INA XD representatives are concentrated in top-half of draw that spearheaded by Ahmad/Natsir. Second seed Wang YL/Huang DP and defending champion Tang CM/Tse YS will be the frontrunner to go further into last round. Opening round interesting tie will see All England champion Watanabe/Higashino against Chinese back-ups He JT/Du Y who claimed KOR Open title recently.
     
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    Fajar/Rian withdrawn :(
     
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    yea so sad :( really want them to win either this denmark open or french open next week :( but well family comes first..
     
  4. minions

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    Very tough task for the defending champion to defend the title.

    MS - KS continues his slump performance, losing to less fancied opponent. If he can't perform well in this tourney, he will lose a lot of points and his rank will drop.
    WS - RI is below par lately. Her results last month is not good. CM and CYF surpass her rank due to their good results last month. If she can't get good result here, there is a chance that NO surpasses her rank. The point difference between RI and NO is not far anymore.
    MD - Liu/Zhang is not doing well this year. They have zero title this year. If they continue to perform below par, I am afraid that CBA will break their partnership.
    WD - I am not even sure if Lee/Shin are fit or not. They forfeit the matches in China, Japan, Korea Open. Even if they are fitter to play the match, I can't see them winning against JPN WD.
    XD - From all of the defending champions, Tang/Tse have the best chance to defend their title. But, it is still difficult as Zheng/Huang dominate this category.

    That's just my thoughts on the defending champions.
     
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  5. minions

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    Eh, really? Any source for that?
     
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    Almost 1500 comments on PBSI instagram regarding their withdrawal...they have so many fans now :D

    BTW hope nothing bad happens, stay strong fajar !
     
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    High expectations on Momota vs Ginting.
    Sixth meeting this year?
     
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    According to steen we can already see the live streaming on bwf broadcast tomorrow for the first 8 matches.



     
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    Yes. From this year only, their H2H is 3-2 in favour to Momota. However, Ginting won the last two meetings. Although I want Ginting to win, it is somewhat unthinkable to me that Momota will lose three times in a row against same opponent. Anyway, I just hope for their epic match like the last time.
     
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    but not Momota vs Ginting match? :eek:
     
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    Yeah.. who wants to watch the nth rematch of these two players anyway, right? :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
    At least they play in court 1 so I can at least rely on videostream per usual
     
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    Fajar went home due to family member being sick.

    It must be very serious matter involving close family member.


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    Looking at the WD, the top 4 JPN WD, Yuki/Sayaka, Misaki/Ayaka, Mayu/Wakana, Shiho/Koharu are all in different quarters. There is a possibility that they create an all JPN WD Semifinals like in Korea Open 2018.
     
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    Im Rooting for my All time Favourite Superstars.

    MS - SYQ
    WS - PVS & AY
    MD - Li/Liu
    WD - Fuku/Hiro

    Now Lets come to my likable list of players..if my Favs dont make it then these are the ones Id love to see at the podium

    MS - LD,SK,CL,VA,
    WS - NO,RI,SJH,GFJ,CYF,HBJ
    WD - Naga/Taka
    MD- Zhang & Team
     
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  17. CLELY

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    Latest update :
    - WS : Pai Yu Po (TPE)
    - MD : Fajar Alfian/Muhammad Rian Ardianto (INA)
    - WD : Anggia Shitta Awanda/Della Destiara Haris (INA)
    - XD : Tan Kian Meng/Lai Pei Jing (MAS)
     
  18. minions

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    Eh, no XD?
    Wow, no KM and TTY in your list.
    Btw, who is Naga/Taka? Nagahara/Takahashi? I only know TakaMatsu and NagaMatsu.
     
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    yeps No XD

    Oh and NagaTaka goes for ( Taka and team ) and ( naga and Team ) So NagaTaka goes for Nagahara and her partner and Takahashi and her partner the reason i used the first names of these two is cause they are more likeable to me than their Co Partners.
    Just like I wrote ZHANG and Team cause hes a specialist in MD and XD so Its not thr partner of Zhang its Zhang himself I like.

    So I hope its clear now mate :)

    Oh and No TTY for the moment given thr sharp form and impressive play by GFJ once she passes GFJ I might put her in my list but GFJ for me at the moment.

    Also No KM and ASG as their clash is suprisingly in the first round itself and though I admire both of them as fine players I believe its really hard to chose from either of them..so let the first round end and I will let you know who I would root for then..One thing is for sure the match in MS is gonna be a nail biting as always.
     
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    Ah, okay, I understand now.
    For KM vs ASG, obviously I root for ASG. Both of them are my favorites, but my countrymen comes first if my countrymen has a chance to beat the opponent.
     

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