DANISA DENMARK Open 2019 : R/32 - FINAL (15-20 October)

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  1. Twitchington

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    Dance Monkey - Tones and I
     
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    Lol She basically gives her auto win to the final, probably against CM again. That’ll be fun to watch.
     
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    All the Indian players knocked out. Sindhu recently became the WC but after her Korean coach leaving, she never reached a final after the WC.
    The two Danes having a face off tomorrow, that must be upsetting so early in the tournament for the Danish fans.
     
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    out of 8 ms players - 3 are Danes, that is some dominance by one nation :)
     
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    i couldnt watch the match. Its not suppose to look hard like this but the positive thing is marin only need 1 game point (match point) to win. Set with the most points played ever for marin

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    some good matches tomorrow. should be a good day of matches
     
  7. minions

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    Country representatives in QF

    8 - JPN, CHN
    6 - KOR
    5 - INA
    4 - TPE
    3 - DEN
    2 - THA
    1 - ESP, USA, MAS, HKG

    Seeded players left in QF

    MS - 5
    WS - 3
    MD - 7
    WD - 5
    XD - 6

    It's unusual for WS to have few seeded players left in QF. Moreover, all seeded MD pairs, minus Astrup/Rasmussen, progress to QF.
     
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    Given that two Danes already lost first round, that all three quarter finalists combined have played a single seeded player (JC), and only one of them is going to the semis, "dominance" really isn't the word that comes to mind. :)
     
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    FajarRian vs KamuraSonoda for 3 tournaments in a row. Hope for great spectacle.

    3pm start local time, thought 1/2pm will have been better. Court 1 can end midnight there
     
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    Minions vs han/zhou are not on TV court, hmmm.
     
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    4 Korean WD is more dominating and since none of them facing each other, theoretically there could be all 4 in SF. It is quite interesting that there have been some dominance of some countries in Doubles discipline. Has it always been like that? I could only remember WS dominance by China.
     
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    Lol, JPN WD has been dominating since last year. Though, I admit that JPN WD's domination has been toned down, the presence is still there. I mean, 3 of the top 4 in WD category are from JPN. Before 2016, CHN WD was totally dominating the category.
     
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    I think you got my point wrong. My question was actually why is it only in Doubles discipline there have been a dominance by some countries and not in Singles discipline. Is it just this era or has it always been like that? I will stop here since it can be categorized as off-topic.
     
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    If I remember rightly. ( someone please check ), INA MS was dominating in the 1990-2000 era.. I think INA had like 4-5 top players? Those were the years of Heriyanto Arbi, Arbi Wiranata, Joko Suprianto, Alan, Upcoming Taufik?
     
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    Repost sorry
     
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    I think this is the case of miscommunication and misinterpretation. As far as double disciplines are concerned, I think this is the first time.
     
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    Actually, the INA doubles were even stronger.
     
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    so yesterday in WD 4 KOR 4 CHN 3JPN
    today 4 KOR 1 CHN 2 JPN
    hehehe KOR is scary in WD right now...not to mention JPN probably gonna lose another 1 rep today what with MatsuNaga's never-ending allergy to LeeShin....poor Tokyo....
     
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    I think today MatsuNaga can beat LeeShin
     
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    CTC vs CL
    VA vs AA

    will be interesting match
     

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