UPSET in China Master open

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  1. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    Ws
    1)ai Goto(wr 95) Beat Reid Charmaine(wr 57),21-10,21-10
    2)wang Yi Han(wr 17)beat Wang Chen(seeded 5,wr 10)13-21,21-16,21-17

    Ms
    1)qiu Yan Bo(wr 101) Beat Jan O Jorgensen(wr 34)21-11,21-12
    2)yu Li(not In Bwf Ranking Table)beat Bobby Milroy(wr 60)21-12,21-19

    Md
    1)ag/joko(wr 21)beat Fairuz/zakry(wr 10) 12-21,21-19,21-8
    2)khoo Chung Chiat/tan Bin Shen(wr 78) Beat Chan/chew(seeded 7,wr29)22-20,21-18
    3)sun Jun Jie/xu Chen(wr 76)beat Koo/tan(seeded 3.wr 5)25-23,21-19
    4)khoo Chung Chiat/tan Bin Shen(wr 78)beat Shen Ye/he Han Bin(wr 64)21-19,24-22

    Wd
    1)zhang Dan/zhang Zhi Bo(wr 125)beat Qian Tian/pan Pan(seeded 7,wr 47)17-21,21-7,21-9
    2)cheng Shu/zhao Yun Lei(wr 60) Beat Greysia Polii/nitya(seeded 5,1st Time Pairing)19-21,21-14,22-20

    Xd
    1)sun Jun Jie/zhao Yun Lei(new Pair) Beat Songphon/kunchala(seeded 7,wr 20)21-19.18-21,21-9
    2)shen Ye/pan Pan(new Pair) Beat Wong/lim(wr 59)21-19,21-19
     
  2. limsy

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    Phew....finally Done...wasting My Time To Make Sure Those Are New Pair....almost Faint
     
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    limsy .....you are super cool. hats off for you for showing so much interest in badminton. keep up the good job. no matter what MAS players must win tournament.....
     
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    thanks ya...hehe....:D
     
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    Very thorough list by limsy. But sometimes, I really wonder if a result like #78 beating #64 really counts as an upset. :rolleyes:
     
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    HEHE...AIYA...I CHECK SO HARD FOR THE WR....STILL U SAY SO...:crying:...
    haiz....anyway...i count like this...hehe...:p
     
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    Haha, I did recognize your extremely thorough efforts. I do think keeping track of upset matches are important, for example it's great for spotting rising stars. I guess my point was that there's always rank uncertainty. I wouldn't consider #10 beating #9 a true upset, even though technically the result is "not expected" on paper.
     
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    Since you like the upset list so much, next round you do ??;);)
    right Limsy??:D
     
  9. limsy

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    ...ok ok....i understand...but then...we need to credit they effort...right?

    haiya...i like this job lar....i dont think will handover to other people...even kak helang u now also goyang kaki,no need do liao...:p
     
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    limsy really love this jobs:p:p
    keep it up.
     
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    The question in the mind of many Malaysians is what is next for KKK/TBH? I recall Rexy made such statement as spliting this pair if they don't perform well in China Open. Personally I think it's in-evitable to split them up as these two players are still young and still capable of playing high level badminton. The question is will Rexy have enough gut to actually pull the trigger? I know the players have threatened to retire if they are force to split but I think they will hang around ...
    I think Rexy will have to make this tough decision before the end of the year.
     
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    hello...this thread is upset thread...not koo/tan split or not thread...sorry...:p
     
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    off topic here again..hehe
    limsy, i think its time for u to study for your spm now:D
    its for your own good too..:p
    btw, how many days left?
     
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    :mad:...
    NEXT TIME I ASK MODE TO STICKY THIS THREAD...:mad:...

    I WILL DECIDE FOR MY OWN GOOD...THANKS...:p
     
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    Agree with George, hehehe :D
     
  16. jamesd20

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    LYB wouldn't be too happy about this. Young Ex-CHN pair beating CHN pair
     
  17. LazyBuddy

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    Sorry I am not updated, what do you mean by Ex-CHN? They are no longer CHN team members? :rolleyes:
     
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    Zhang Dan/Zhang yi Bo according to tournament software are representing Macau.

    It was mentioned somewhere in the forum previously too, but I did a quick search and couldn't find the source.
     
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    Really... I assume Zhang Dan is the same one who used to be Zhang Yawen's partner. They were rising stars, before Zhang Dan disappeared due to injuries, I think. Wish her the best!

    Actually with Zhang Dan's experience, I won't really calling this one an upset.
     
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    It's still an upset if you taking into consideration that Zhang Dan is training in Macau (suppose this is the case), where the training resource (both material and human -- say sparring partners) is not comparable to that of Team China. We all see how CH got worse and worse after leaving the national team.

     

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