Yonex GERMAN Open GP Gold 2015 - Qualification to FINAL (24 February-1 March 2015)

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  1. indrg

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    Yeah... Good for INA.
     
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    Anybody can lose any time at any tournament. Providing that this is the 1st time Ko Sung Hyun is partnered with Choi Sol Kyu, no wonder they lost today.
     
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    Michelle Li vs. Nozomi Okuhara is a great match-up today.
     
  4. CLELY

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    Big upset was created yesterday, XD 2nd seed and last year's runner-up Ko SH/Kim HN was sent packing earlier by HKG Alan Chan YL/Tse YS. Another losing highlight, JPN prodigy Akane Yamaguchi lost to KOR back-up Kim Hyo Min in rubber games but Japan still has 5 WS representatives in last sixteen with 1 QF ticket has been guaranteed.

    ROUND OF 16 (12.00pm local time, 3 courts) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...A76ABB-4E06-4B9A-B398-555205B7748B&d=20150226

    MS frontrunners, Jorgensen, Son WH have tricky test today as Lee DK and defending champion Arvind Bhat respectively may trouble them. INA promosing player Firman Abdul Kholik will take on Vincent Wong WK who knocked out Simon Santoso at first round.

    WS top two seeds, Sung JH and Marin still manage good run and should have no problem to check in quarterfinal where tougher opponent will wait them.
     
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    Even ko sung Hyun / Kim Ha na also lost yesterday. Can anyone explain to me what is happening in Korea? Why so sung Hyun ranked no 6 can lose to Hong Kong player lower ranked than them? What is happening to ko sung Hyun? He kept losing. First he lose in the men doubles match with Choi sol kyu. Next he lose again in the mixed doubles match. What is happening in Korea now? Why highly ranked players from Korea got knocked out in first round? Can anybody explain how ko sung Hyun / Kim Ha na lose? Feeling very sad now.
     
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    Blabl, no offense, but you seem to have extremely high expectations of seeded players. At this level, all the players in the draw can beat each other. Seeding or past performance means nothing when you step out onto the court.
     
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    Okay anybody here with any videos or links for the match of Tan Aik Quan / Lai Pei Jing vs Sudkhet Prapakamol / Saralee Thoungtongkam match? Where can I find this match to watch it? Then anybody with any videos or links for the match of Ko Sung Hyun / Choi Sol Kyu vs Afiat / Yohanes and also Ko Sung Hyun / Kim Ha Na vs the Hong Kong Mixed doubles? Can anybody provide me with the videos or the links so that I can watch these 3 special matches? Thank you.
     
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    Somewhat surprised to learn of Chou Tien Chen's defeat to Sakai Kazumasa who actually took G1 easily 21-8 but let CTC escaped from 16-19 down to save himself by the skin of his teeth with a 22-20 fight-back. However, after forcing the decider, the escape artist CTC failed to survive G3 as Sakai was in no mood to make the same mistake as in G1 when 19-16 up and went on to seal victory by 21-16.

    I could only surmise the above from how the score panned out on Livescore as there wasn't any livestream available, unfortunately. The match should be worth watching if only the video is posted on youtube later.Frankly, following livescore is not something I enjoying doing often.
     
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    Some of the videos of the matches are available here:
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKurtP3yYXmrqw4GH0rQMhxpDxMcODtSi
     
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    two defending champions lost in round 16 by indonesian pairs

    in wd, first seed , ayaka takahasi/misaki matsutomo lost to della destiara haris/ rosyita eka putrisari
    last year della pair with anggia makes an upset by beat seed 1 in word championship bao yixin/tang jinhua

    while in md keigo sonoda/takeshi kamura lost to qualifer, berry angriawan/ryan agung saputra...
    so sad berry cannot go home to indonesia to attend his father burial yesterday....
     
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    +1 - MS defending champion Arvind Bhat lost to SonWonho.. Not to mention sonwonho even defeated chen long in hongkong open final in 2 straight games. What Arvind bhat can do against him...
     
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    It's hard times for Berry that his father passed away on Wednesday, keep strong and motivated to perform best here! JPN #1 pair, Endo/Hayakawa will be their tough test at last eight.

    In WD, not only established and consistent combo Matsutomo/Takahashi got early exit yesterday but also Incheon AG Gold medalist Maheswari/Polii who stunned by KOR new partnership, Chae Yoo Jung/Jung Kyung Eun. KOR WD pairs do well so far to secure 3 of 8 slots with 1 semifinal ticket has been secured.

    QUARTERFINALS (04.00pm local time, 3 courts) : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=19A76ABB-4E06-4B9A-B398-555205B7748B

    Two unseeded INA MS will get hard task today as Vittinghus and Son WH show inspiring performance lately. Jorgensen has slight advantage over Sasaki despite their H-2-H record favour to Japanese player.

    Last year's champion Takahashi v Bae YJ will be close contest, Sung Ji Hyun, Carolina Marin and Nozomi Okuhara are expected to book semis.

    In the absence of Asian power, XD discipline will witness European pair rivalry, Fischer/Pedersen, The Adcocks, Fuchs/Michels and Kodling/Juhl.
     
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    Today the last 2 INA MS non-pelatnas players will tumble :( for sure. The final is likely to be SWH vs. Jorgensen.
     
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    I look forward to a much anticipated clash between the two best European WD pairs, Pedersen/Juhl and Muskens/Piek never met on court before
     
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    Hi everybody. There is an exciting match today at 4 pm lee so her / shin sheung Chan vs Vivian hoo kah mun / woon khe Wei. This is surely an exciting match because Lee so her / Shin sheung Chan is a former Asian junior champion. Another thing is this Malaysian pair recently win over the top china pair in the second round if the Asian games 2014 and this year they also won the silver medal in the India grand prix open. So it will be an exciting match to watch. Can anyone provide me with the link to watch the match live online? So far I only get to watch the live score through bwf website. Thanks.
     
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    ^^ get a flight to Germany and you can watch it live
     
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    Wow, Della and Rosyta beat Misaki Ayaka yesterday , what a milestone achievement

    Impressive win
     
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    Yeah this Dutch wd really show tremendous improvement and I like them, but Danes will win this...
     
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    Wow, what happened to young Korean pair Shin and Lee

    They stumble easily vs Woon and Vivian

    This Mas are always tricky and dangerous
     
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    very MAS players are seldom weak in individual events, but strong in team events...
     

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