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Monday, April 2, 2012

0 Pablo Abian the Lonesome Spaniard

The presence of Pablo Abian is very unique. He represents Spain in the world badminton circuits. The one man show has proven a worthwhile struggle to rise the flag of badminton in his country.

It is likely not many people put badminton as one of the most favorite sports in Spain. The domination of football, the illuminarious Rafael Nadal in tennis and Lorenzo's as well as Alonso's popularity in autosports are among the top news. Even, most Spaniards perhaps prefer watching bull fighting to badminton.

This season he has made a good progress. In addition to his International Challenge titles, he progressed better in the Superseries and Grand Prices. Abian is likely more familiar to play top seeded shuttlers like Sho Sasaki, Simon Santoso, or Lee Hyung-il.
"The King of International Challenge" may be a suitable address for his wonderful run through the 2011 season even though he could only win a quarter of the total events of the year. To add his distinguished achievement, Abian is a Spaniard, a country where badminton is not the favorite sport. His much better run must be expected by many of his fans in 2012 season. 2011. But this record was good enough to put him as the most winning shuttlers in the season's men's singles division. He won the title in Sweden, Poland, Morocco, Maldives, and Italy. Abian did better than the Pole's ace Przemyslaw Wacha (the IC winner in Brazil, Czech, and Bulgaria).


Name: Pablo Abian Vicen
Place, date of birth: Calatayud, 12 Juni 1985
Height/weight: 177 cm/78 kg
Highest world ranking: 20
Current world ranking: 21

Results in 2012 (as of March)

German Open Grand Prix Gold (Round 16)

v Kevin Cordon 21-14 21-17
v Hsueh Hsuan Yi 15-21 21-12 21-19
v Lin Dan 15-21 13-21

European Team Championships

v Kestutis Navickas 21-0 21-0 (Navickas retired)
v Yuhan Tan 13-21 22-20 21-17
v Przemyslaw Wacha 14-21 22-20 21-18

All England BC Superseries Premier (Round 32)

v Chong Wei Feng 14-21 18-21

Polish International Challenge (Quarterfinals)

v Misha Zilberman 24-22 21-15
v Michael Lahnsteiner 21-15 21-13
v Dmytro Zavadsky 15-21 17-21

0 Vietnam International Challenge 2012 Results

Winner of Men's Singles DEREK WONG ZI LIANG

Round 32 v Pannawit Thongnuam 21-17 19-21 21-8
Round 13 v Soo Teck Zhi 21-6 21-10
Quarterfinals v Yang Chih Chieh 13-21 21-14 21-17
Semifinals v Wang Tzu Wei 21-7 21-15
Final v Sai Praneeth B. 19-21 21-17 21-19
Games (won-lost): 10-3

Winner of Women's Singles NICHAON JINDAPON

Round 32 v Yeni Asmarani 21-16 21-9
Round 16 v Lydia Li Ya Cheah 21-9 21-17
Quarterfinals v Fu Mingtian 21-14 26-24
Semifinals v Belaetrix Manuputi 21-16 21-15
Final v Mine Ayumi 17-21 21-11 21-19
Games (won-lost): 10-1


Round 32 v Bui Bang Duc/Dao Manh Thang 21-15 21-14
Round 16 v Jagdish Singh/Hong Kheng Yew 21-11 21-13
Quarterfinals v Andrei Adistia/Christopher Rusdianto 15-21 21-13 21-14
Semifinals v Tarun Kona/Arun Vishnu 21-16 24-22
Final v Gideon Markus F/Agrippina Prima RP 21-12 21-19
Games (won-lost): 10-1

Winner of Women's Doubles PIA ZEBADIAH B./RIZKI AMELIA P.

Round 32 v Pradnya Gadre/Prajakta Sawant 21-14 21-18
Round 16 v Le Thu Huyen/Pham Nhu Thao 21-6 21-13
Quarterfinals v Shella Devi Aulia/Anggia Shitta A. 21-16 8-21 21-16
Semifinals v Eto Rie/Yu Wakita 15-21 21-19 21-18
Final v Amelia Alicia A./Soong Fie Cho 21-10 21-15
Games (won-lost): 10-2

Winner of Mixed Doubles HAFIZ FAISAL/PIA ZEBADIAH B.

Round 32 v Poodchalat Pisit/Lam Narissapat 21-19 11-21 21-14
Round 16 v Liang Jui Wei/Wu Ti Jung 21-16 21-13
Quarterfinals v Arun Vishnu/Aparna Balan 15-21 21-16 21-7
Semifinals v Nova Widianto/Devi Tika P. 21-16 21-8
Final v Danny Bawa C./Vanessa Neo YY 11-21 21-17 21-17
Games (won-lost): 10-3

Past winners (2011):

MS Lee Dong-keun, WS Jing Yi Tee, MD Fernando Kurniawan/Wifqi Windarto, WD Choi Hye-in/Lee Sa-rang, XD Patiphat Chalardchalaem/Savitree Amitrapai



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