Singapore Open 2022

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  1. nokh88

    nokh88 Regular Member

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    I don't like these translation.
    They either misinterpret, omitted or add their own thoughts.
     
  2. Yoji

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    the fact that he lost to all the winners of the tournament, i think its worth losing. Many in the past, he always lose to someone outside top 8 and 15 so for that i d he lost to Axelsen.
     
  3. kurako

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    Naraoka did really well, much to my surprise. A bright spot at last.
     
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    It has been a very tiring 6 weeks for all the players, with 5 tourneys being held in 3 countries. Here's the complete results:
    Indonesia Masters (World Tour 500): CHN (3 titles), INA (1 title), DEN (1 title)
    Indonesia Open (World Tour 1000): CHN (2 titles), DEN (1 title), TPE (1 title), JPN (1 title)
    Malaysia Open (World Tour 750): INA (1 title), CHN (1 title), DEN (1 title), THA (1 title), JPN (1 title)
    Malaysia Masters (World Tour 500): INA (2 titles), CHN (2 titles), KOR (1 title)
    Singapore Open (World Tour 500): INA (3 titles), THA (1 title), IND (1 title)

    Total:
    CHN (8 titles)
    INA (7 titles)
    DEN (3 titles)
    JPN (2 titles)
    THA (2 titles)
    KOR (1 title)
    TPE (1 title)
    IND (1 title)

    As an INA fan, I am very satisfied of the results - a slight blemish with no title at home in the most prestigious event (INA Open), but well, no complaint for the other tourneys (esp the last 2 weeks where Team INA sweeps 5 titles).
     
  5. Kwarevo

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    See you guys in Yonex Taipei Open although it is super 300.
    Big names like CTC, TTY, Lee/Wang all from Taiwan lol.
    But we still have currently champions like Leo/Daniel and Apriani/Siti
     
  6. Yoji

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    overall INA has 8 S500+ titles this year right?
     
  7. terrynguyen121988

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    Ginting played well.

    The only thing Naraoka needs now is experience from fighting with top 10.

    I believe accumulative experience via tournaments will help him better.
     
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    While MD (and increasingly WD) titles are not surprising, Team INA's MS coach (Irwansyah) must be very heartened to see Anthony Sinisuka Ginting regaining his form and Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo stunning many players last week.

    The only sectors that really need a lot of work will be WS (as usual) and the alarming drop in quality in XD after the 2 best pairs (WR5 Jordan/Melati and WR14 Hafiz/Gloria) were booted out of Pelatnas. The left-over pairs: WR18 Rinov Rivaldy/Pitha Mentari Haningtyas's best performance was only a Runners-Up in the Malaysia Masters (Super 500) last week, WR28 Adnan Maulana/Mychelle Christine Bandaso's best finish were QF performances at the German Open (Super 300) and Korea Open (Super 500), WR45 Rehan Naufal Kusharjanto/Lisa Ayu Kusumawati's best finishes were QF at the Swiss Open & Runners-Up in the Orlean Masters (Super 100). Plenty of homework for Coaches Nova Widianto and Flandy Limpele to bring these 3 pairs even to reach the top 8 and qualify for the Olympics 2024 - let alone winning a Super 500 title!
     
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  9. Habisin-Habisin

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    Sunny weeks for INA camp,
    after MM the fun continues at SO.
    Congratulations to apri/fadia for fighting like minion girl.
    Also congrats to leo/daniel on their first SS title, finally all of INA's young MDs have each won an SS title, amazing.
    And of course congrats to you ginting, successfully capitalizing on the absence of many top players and winning the title at the Singapore Open...
    Yeah wreck it like ginting
     
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    Experience has brought Sindhu and Ginting to eliminate their younger opposition, the Indian mega star earns top prize US$24,650 in Lion City after played three games to outfox Asian Champion, applying good tactic, stays patient to follow long rally and injecting the pace in late stage of deciding game to score point effectively through sharp attacking shots. Both players can't manage the drift well, the real battle arrived in decider, Wang ZY needs time to polish her technical skill particularly net play and some deceptive shots.

    Anthony Ginting regains his confidence lately after series of lacklustre performance that kicked off post Olympic Games, presenting all out attack to conquer the tricky and talented Naraoka, the Japanese beginner displays his deft touch at net area and quality disguising shot that surprises his rival. Class of 2018, Naraoka alongside Vitidsarn, Sen and Li SF, next generation players have arrived and likely will enliven MS competition after Paris 2024.

    New lethal combination Rahayu/Ramadhanti nail two BWF world tour title in five tournaments together, what a terrific start. They provide different style of play, aggressive, taking forward early to intercept through front court and playing more flat drive than usual boring women's doubles clear shots that triggering marathon rallies. Zhang/Zheng practically can't doo to much this time, their defense was blunt to endure INA duo powerful smash.

    Defending champions Bass/Popor extend SGP Open supremacy to outclass one of closest foes Wang/Huang, what a degraded performance by the Olympic Champions, unexpected lopsided scenario. Quite sensational victory for Carnando/Marthin who top podium after four or five times asked medical assistance to spray pain killer at his back, wrist injury.

    Well, Indonesia grabs three titles meanwhile its heavyweight competitor China scores zero, without their marquee names participation (Zheng/Huang, Chen/Jia and Chen YF). TPE Open will be last stop of BWF World Tour installment before heading to Osaka next month which preceded by World Championships in Tokyo.
     
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  11. badMania

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    None of the INA seeded players eventually fly over to Taiwan.

    There's only Christian Adinata and Ikhsan Leonardo Rumbay in the MS Qualification & Main Draw.
     
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    wow .. not a single malaysian win.... sobering...

    sir....may i use your post to copy paste in our Malaysian Professional forum?



     
  13. extremenanopowe

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    Next year bigger prize money tougher for lky to win it. ;)
     

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