Badminton Life



Korea Open 2012

by Abdul Rauf Liaqat
(Islamabad, Pakistan)

Opening of year 2012 has been warmly welcomed by Badminton Korea Open 2012. It started from 3rd of January and providing very thrilling matches to his loving and enthusing spectators all over the world. From the very start of this tournament, all the top seeders putting effort on their game and are keep going with their top performances.


The first upset of this tournament was when Du Pengyu beat World seed number 4 Peter Hoeg Gade of Denmark with the score 9-21, 12-21. World top seeder Lee Chong Wei also keep up his performance from the start of the tournament and beat Hsuan Yi Hsueh in the first round with 21-11, 21-16.

In the second round of the tournament Lee Chong Wei beat Wan Ho Shon in a 3 set match by 13-21, 21-14, 21-15. In the quarter-finals, Lee Chong Wei outclass the Japanese seed Keinichi Tago by 21-18, 21-17. On the other hand, Lin Dan World no. 2 beat his rival Jan O Jorgensen in Quarter-finals in a 3 set match by 21-13, 8-21, 21-15.

Coming to the women’s singles, Chinese seeds are at the top and making the competition full of thrill and enjoyable. Jiang Yanjiao beat Saina Nehwal of India in Quarter-finals of the Korean open tournament in a straight match by 21-17, 21-10. Jiang Yanjiao world no 6 of China had a thrilled win against his team mate Wang Yihan (world no 1). This win boost her up with improved tactics and mentality and also boost up her upcoming Olympic aspirations.

Both LCW and Super Dan were in blistering form in their semifinals. Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei trounced China's Du Pengyu by 21-8, 21-13 and world number two Lin 'Super' Dan from China knocked off Sho Sasaki of Japan almost as easily, 21-16, 21-14. Lee overwhelmed his opponent with 16 smash winners in a 37 minutes match, while Lin took ten minutes more than Chong Wei and notched up 20 smash winners to dispatch with the Japanese shuttler.

Lee Chong Wei has reached the final without the loss of a single game on his route. It is the 27th meeting between the top seeders Lee Chong Wei and Lin Dan and they have a perfect start to the Olympic year.

In the women's draw, world number three from China Wang Shixian reached the singles finals when she beat South Korea's Bae Youn-Joo by 21-15, 21-16. Wang will face her compatriot Jiang Yanjiao after she outclassed world number one Wang Yihan by 21-13, 21-19 to set up an all-China final. Victory over the world number 3 would improve Jiang Yanjiao chances of making the Chinese squad even more stronger. The world number 6 (Jiang Yanjiao) also holds a 4-3 head to head record over her team-mate.

Korean Open is one-million dollar event, the first Super Series of the new season and a new year, has enthusiastic local fans, who packed out the 4,000 seats at Jamsil Olympic Gymnasium in South Korea's capital. The Championships sanctioned by BWF for individual 5 events that includes Men's Singles, Women' Singles, Men's Doubles, Women's Doubles and Mixed Doubles.



Comments for Korea Open 2012

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Sep 30, 2015
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
great game NEW
by: Anonymous

Well, I was really a fan of Du Pengyu because he beat World seed number 4 Peter Hoeg Gade of Denmark, who is really good badminton player. He deserves to be described in one of my assignments on Write My Essay For Me - EssayTrust

Sep 30, 2015
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
great game NEW
by: Anonymous

Well, I was really a fan of Du Pengyu because he beat World seed number 4 Peter Hoeg Gade of Denmark, who is really good badminton player. He deserves to be described in one of my assignments on Write My Essay For Me - EssayTrust

Sep 17, 2015
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
Tournament has Taken the Course NEW
by: Patrick

It was an obvious fact that the Korea Open and such other top class badminton tournaments are changed a lot from their starting level of pattern. The changes were all made to have a positive impact and on the grounds of such an aim, we can see the developments are present, but still not enough to be said that the game is on a perfect level now. I have used to work for an essay writing service and often my paper are based on the lifetime experience the tournaments have shared to me. Such a style of writing is intended not only to pass my experiences, but also to make the real life feel for the readers to have while moving through the contents.


Aug 17, 2015
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
Could you do an article NEW
by: Al

Could you do an article that talks about copyright? How do we avoid infringements when we cite other people's compilations over the internet? For example, what if I print-out a paragraph of our Catechism as it has been formatted (text, font, layout, etc.) over the internet by the Picayune, Mississippi, parish St.Charles Borromeo Catholic Church SCBCC. How do I attribute their work? I notice when I leave one portion of their Catechism site, and go to print a paragraph, that SCBCC's "case number" from the Vatican appears giving SCBCC permission to offer an eletronic version of the Catechism. So how do I properly attribute at that level? Thanks!

Aug 06, 2015
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
good NEW
by: harry

this is great stuff which you shared here, keep it up the good , looking forward for more information..use a Hitchin removals

Jun 12, 2015
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
amazing NEW
by: anderson

i am happy to find this Korea open 2012, keep it up the good work. this is great information..this site

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to You The Reporter 2011.












Return to Badminton Information








 
Badminton Life
Join Our Free Training Tips Newsletter

Get 2 Training Videos and The Singles Tactics E-Book For Free!




Join the Badminton Life Newsletter and get 2 free sample videos from The Essentials of Badminton Technique and a free E-Book on Singles Tactics!



Badminton Life