Pornpawee Chochuwong (@4.0) vs Yufei Chen (@1.2)
21-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Yufei Chen will win

Pornpawee Chochuwong – Yufei Chen Match Prediction | 21-09-2019 06:00

The Spaniard made her comeback at the Vietnam Open where she fell in two close games to Thai youngster Supanida Katethong in the opening round. Carolina Marin has followed in Axelsens footsteps by attempting to learn Mandarin and is also quite popular in China, but more importantly for her, it will be an opportunity to test herself against the very best. A difficult opening match in China looms ahead, for she faces World Championships runner-up Nozomi Okuhara in the second quarter. If she passes that test, it will be Gregoria Mariska Tunjung or Beiwen Zhang in the second round.

The 30-year-old, who is competing in his seventh world championships, looked much more like his former self as he fought off a hard challenge from Lee to come out on top 22-20 21-14."It was a tough match, especially the first set," said Chen. "Fotunately, I have made very good preparation and I know him well because I beat him in a match in January this year."Next up for Chen is Angus Ng Ka Long, another strong opponent from Hong Kong, China. China's Olympic champion Chen Long avoided an early exit from the World Badminton Championships in Basel, Switzerland as he rediscovered his form to outclass Lee Cheuk Yiu of Hong Kong, China on Wednesday night.After the shock elimination of five-time winners Lin Dan and Lu Guangzu on Tuesday, the third-seeded Chen is the sole survivor of the men's singles draw from Team China and found himself with his back to the wall after a poor run of form which saw him clinch only two victories in a month.

Dutch duo Robin Tabeling/Selena Piek, who have had a great season so far, will do battle against home pair Lu Kai/Chen Lu, while Mark Lamsfuss/Isabel Herttrich are up against Pranaav Jerry Chopra/Sikki Reddy. Two of Europes top pairs will meet in the opening round of mixed doubles Chris Adcock/Gabrielle Adcock face England compatriots Marcus Ellis/Lauren Smith. There is also an all-European clash at the top of the draw, with Germanys Marvin Seidel/Linda Efler facing Frances Thom Gicquel/Delphine Delrue.

Anticipation Around Axelsen, Marin Return China Open Preview

The sixth seed is in the top quarter and begins his campaign against Kanta Tsuneyama. A second round against compatriot Jan O Jorgensen or Sittikom Thammasin, and a quarterfinal against world champion Kento Momota, are on the cards. There will be feverish anticipation around the return of Axelsen in China, for with his Mandarin-speaking skills, he is almost a home favourite.

The Minions will still be smarting from their unexpected early departure from the World Championships and keen to make a statement. They will get to test their skills against Marcus Fernaldi Gideon and Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo in the opening round in Changzhou. Takuro Hoki and Yugo Kobayashi have enjoyed a stellar season, with the Japanese coming out of the shadows of their more favoured compatriots Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda and making the final of the World Championships.

The two go back a long way, with one of Pusarlas famous early wins being an upset of the then-newly crowned Olympic champion at the China Masters in 2012; their most recent encounter was at the Indonesia Masters in January, with the Indian edging through 21-17 in the third. Pusarla V Sindhu begins her reign as world champion with a face-off against familiar rival and former Olympic champion Li Xue Rui.

Boes long partnership with Carsten Mogensen came to a halt at the All England this year, following which he joined forces with Mads Conrad-Petersen. In the same top quarter, the new Danish pairing of Mathias Boe and Mads Conrad-Petersen will take on local duo Han Cheng Kai/Zhou Hao Dong. After strong performances at lower-tier tournaments they won the Spanish International, the Canada Open and the Russian Open they will be seen in their first Super 1000 event together.

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Tang/Tse will be looking to avenge their last loss to the Japanese a 21-14 21-9 whitewash in Thailand in August. Hong Kong pair Tang/Tse achieved their biggest success this year by winning the Chinese Taipei Open recently, while Watanabe/Higashino are seeking their first title since winning the Malaysia Masters in January. A crackling start to the mixed doubles competition is likely with Tang Chun Man/Tse Ying Suet taking on Yuta Watanabe/Arisa Higashino.

Among those who are capable of disrupting that narrative are Koreas Kim So Yeong/Kong Hee Yeong, winners of the Japan Open, who might run into Matsumoto/Nagahara in the quarterfinals. Japan consolidated their position in womens doubles with their success at the World Championships; the narrative is unlikely to be different in Changzhou with most of the strong Japanese in attendance led by world champions Mayu Matsumoto/Wakana Nagahara.

"I played too slowly at the beginning of the second set, which gave her many chances."The 21-year-old, who won the bronze in 2017 and was beaten in the quarterfinals last year, will next take on 11th seed Michelle Li of Canada, a 21-19, 21-4 winner over Malaysia's Soniia Cheah.She is drawn to meet second seed Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei in the quarterfinal should both players win their next match.Tai, whom Chen defeated in this year's All England Open final, beat Fitriani Fitriani of Indonesia 21-15, 21-14. In the women's draw, China's All England champion Chen Yufei overwhelmed Thailand's 14th-ranked Pornpawee Chochuwong 21-14, 21-19 to enter the last 16."I am not in top form today probably because it is my first match," Chen Yufei said.

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The record favours Momota for he beat Lin in their last three matches. The battle between the two left-handers will likely deliver a rich fare, but Momota is the favourite thanks to his younger legs, while Lin, given his experience and home support, will hope to surprise the man of the moment. Badminton aficionados will relish the first-round clash between five-time world champion Lin Dan and two-time winner Kento Momota.