I've read many of Peter Gade's feedback of his performance in his tournament, and by reading his responses, i can tell he's in good form and he has a positive attitute. He beat Sho Sasaki, a formidable opponent in two straight sets 21-11,21-12 and he never let him into the game. The score shows he's in top shape, and has his mind set very clearly. Hope he wins his next match against Chan Yan Kit, another formidable opponent but Gade should be able to take him IMO. I'm hoping that Peter wins this, cos i can tell he wants this title badly and worked very hard for this. So go Peter! Lin Dan would be his toughest game yet if he wins his 3rd round 'gainst Chan Yan Kit. He'll need to be mentally prepared and be tactically aware of his game when he plays Lin Dan. It's strange how they allowed Lin Dan to be seeded 5th. Okay so he hasn't been playing in tournaments, but still, it's quite obvious he's like either #1 or #2 no doubt. >< This resulted in having the 'top' players on the top side of the draw, while on the bottom are the 'least' top players. Not saying that anyone is bad or anything, but it's just not balanced judging by the players' recent performances. Chen Jin, seeded #2 doesn't seem to be playing his best, as he seemed to have to work hard for his points judging by his scores against unseeded players. btw, i'm happy to see how Kenichi progresses in this tourney. After watching his game, he seems to be very mature in his game and got to see some very nice rallies in his game against Zweibler, and winning him 21-15, 21-10. He's definately gonna give Santoso one tough time. He beat Joachim Perrson!!! Peace!