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Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads. Mar 21, Messages: The stadium capacity is 10, seats with modern and artistic architecture. Other notable names in top-half draw that seize attention lately are Indonesian duo Jonatan Christie-Anthony Ginting who stole the limelight at homeground Asian Games alongside with silver medalist Chou Tien Chen.
Ginting must face tough rival in opening round, Ng Ka Long while Christie who gets massive popularity nationwide following his sensational gold medal story will oppose Prannoy, the Indian beat him in AG team event last sixteen. Also join star-studded cast is two-time Olympic Champion Lin Dan who becomes the unseeded this time. Asian Games gold medalist and heavy favourite Tai Tzu Ying is expected to pass preliminary opponents judging her stellar performance in Jakarta and may meet home starlet Nozomi Okuhara in quarters, one more elite players in upper-half of draw is major events silver medalist Pusarla Sindhu who will face complicated task at early rounds, Sayaka Takahashi then most likely Chinese new prospect Gao Fangjie at last sixteen.
Fidget , It'sMeMeMe , badmuse and 4 others like this. Mar 19, Messages: I thought Natsir was going to retired after AG. Jul 16, Messages: I have purchased tickets for the SF and Finals this weekend. I am hoping that Momota will feature, but he has a really lousy record as far as the Japan Open is concerned. He has never made it past R2!! It is never easy in the semi-final of World Championships as anything can happen. Here Pvsindhu1 talks about Chen Yufei, saying she has lost to her in past but will take positives and prepare better.
I did not play to my potential as I would have liked. It is not about momentum or anything. Even when I was playing the first match of the tournament I did not think that I had won the last 10 matches. I just wanted to play well in that match. But that did not happen today. Sindhu played really well and did not give any chance to her opponent today.
She takes on local player and 16th seed Kirsty Gilmour in the quarterfinals. Now assured of at least a third bronze, she is the only Indian to ever win more than one medal at the prestigious annual event! Sindhu had won bronze medals at the World Championships in and too. Sindhu has won , This has been quite comprehensive performance from Sindhu so far, the way she has played as she leads in the second game.
Sindhu now leads at the break and coach Gopichand is there to have a few words with her. The 2nd game has begun and Sindhu is moving brilliantly on the court! What a smashing way to win the first point! And that was quite easy as the Indian has won the game in less than 19 minutes!
Let us not jump the gun as the Chinese is fighting back! She has won 4 straight points. Sindhu is not aggressive at all and she does not need to be as she is winning this game quite easily. Another point and this is proving to be too easy for Sindhu. Sun Yu is proving to be no match for the Indian shuttler. This has been quite a comfortable first half of the first game as the Indian holds a healthy lead over the World No.
Defensive and safe play from both the girls but Sindhu wins the point with a sliced smash. The Indian shuttler is clearly more confident of the two and is currently leading Chou Tien Chen has won the second game!
This quarterfinal is going the distance! Chen Yufei has taken the second game to level up her quarterfinal match against Ratchanok Intanon. The two players have met seven time in the past, with Sindhu winning three matches and Yu winning four. Son races to a lead in the second game. This is going according to plan for Son. He leads at the break in the second game. Kidambi Srikanth loses the opening game Can he bounce back in the second game? Son wins the next four points, before Kidambi claws back a point.
Advantage Son, as things stand. Son Wan Ho dives unsuccessfully to his right in an attempt to reach a Kidambi Srikanth smash. The Indian is on serve at Son Wan Ho wins the next three points to head into the break with an lead. Brilliant attacking badminton on display. Kidambi smashes successfully to make it in the first game.
Son wins the seventh point to take a lead, but a smash and a lob from him in the next two points go out, before he smashes the next into the net. Kidambi makes it in the next point. Son draws first blood, wins the first point of the match. Kidambi forces Son into an error in the next point to make it Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the World Badminton Championships. Kidambi Srikanth will shortly be up against top seed Son Wan Ho in the quarterfinals.
The BWF world badminton championships have really seen some close matches in Glasgow. Five-time champion Lin Dan was pushed to three games again to reach the quarterfinals on Thursday.
Lin defeated European champion Rajiv Ouseph , , Son will try to pass the worlds quarterfinals for the first time at the expense of Kidambi Srikanth, riding a match winning streak. They are in head to heads, but Kidambi won both of their matches this year.
Carolina Marin hardly broke a sweat again, and lined up Nozomi Okuhara of Japan, whom she has a record against, and this year. Saina Nehwal, the former No. She next faces inspired local Kirsty Gilmour, who lives 15 minutes away. World Badminton Championships highlights: Get highlights of world badminton championships here. Aug 26, Hope you enjoyed our coverage.
Thanks for joining in. There is a high possibility of an all-India final too on Sunday! The final score read , , -- a match that lasted an hour and 14 minutes And she has done it! Saina has won the game and match! Kirsty saves a matchpoint It is now! Saina needs just five points to win this match Saina is slowly inching towards victory here! Throughout this match, Kirsty has used the jump smash to good effect Saina has a good lead of in the deciding game after winning the first and losing the second game Saina is looking much stronger in the decider than she did in the second game Kirsty is trying to pull back things here!
Brilliant start for Saina in the decider as she leads This is the first time Kirsty has won a game vs Saina The match is going the distance Saina lost the second game Saina is losing this, looks like If Saina wins, she will take on Nozomi Okuhara Meanwhile, Olympic and defending champion Carolina Marin has been knocked out by Japanese seventh seed Nozomi Okuhara Saina trails in the second game
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