Su Yu Chen (@7.5) vs Yiman Zhang (@1.06)
11-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Yiman Zhang will win

Su Yu Chen – Yiman Zhang Match Prediction | 11-09-2019 02:30

Badminton - World Championship - Women's Singles - Round 1 / 16Hsuan Yu Chen v Zhang BeiwenZhang Beiwen playing her first match of this championship and a strong player comparatively to Hsuan for this match and surely look to win the match comprehensively, however on the other hand Hsuan is playing her second match of the tournament having won the first match yesterday she would look to continue the winning rhythm. On a tough call looking at the high value odds I would like to go with Hsuan winning the match especially the first set.

On 7 February 2007, The New York Times rated Cheung as one of the 22 Great Performers in 2006 for her Cannes winning role as Emily in Clean.[11] After 25 years of making movies, she decided to retire from acting to pursue a career as a film composer.

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After her 1998 marriage with Olivier Assayas, Cheung stayed mainly in France.

The following year, she made her first English-language film in Wayne Wang's Chinese Box (1997). After taking a break in 1994, Cheung returned to film Olivier Assayas' Irma Vep (1996), which helped her break into the international scene.[4] That same year, she won further acclaim for her work in the romantic film Comrades: Almost a Love Story, in which she played one of a pair of lovers kept apart for ten years by fate and circumstance.

Cheung has won numerous accolades at home and abroad for her acting. In 2004, she became the first Asian actress to be nominated for the French Csar Award for Best Actress. In the West, she has been awarded the Silver Bear for Best Actress at Berlin International Film Festival in 1992 and Best Actress at Cannes Film Festival in 2004. She has won the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actress 5 times in the span of 11 years from 1990 to 2001, and holds the record for most wins in that category. She also holds the record for most wins for the Golden Horse Award for Best Leading Actress in Taiwan, having won 4 times.

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Moreover Zhang playing her first match in this championship would definitely focus to win the match. However on the other hand Zhang Beiwen is much tough player comparatively to Hsuan and it wont be an easier task for either of the players to win in straight sets. Badminton World Championship Womens Singles Round 1 / 16Hsuan Yu Chen v Zhang BeiwenHsuan playing her 2nd match in this championship league having comprehensively won the first match with Mitsova I would expect Hsuan to continue the winning rhythm.

She achieved critical success in the late 80s and into the early 2000s, before taking a break from acting since her last starring role in 2004. In recent years, she rarely makes public appearances except for fashion events and award ceremonies. Raised in Hong Kong and England, she started her career after placing second in 1983's Miss Hong Kong Pageant. Maggie Cheung Man-yuk (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Zhng Mny; Jyutping: Zoeng1 Maan6 Juk2; born 20 September 1964) is an actress from Hong Kong.

This happens when a match is suspended, posponed, or cancelled e.g. Void bets occur when the bet is not decided as a win or loss and the stake is returned to the player. a common void bet occurs in tennis when a player retires through injury. Note: bookmakers policies on voided matches changes so we always recommend players to check the specific terms of bookmakers they bet with to ensure they understand under what circumstances they void bets.

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This happens when a match is suspended, posponed, or cancelled e.g. Void bets occur when the bet is not decided as a win or loss and the stake is returned to the player. a common void bet occurs in tennis when a player retires through injury. Note: bookmakers' policies on voided matches changes so we always recommend players to check the specific terms of bookmakers they bet with to ensure they understand under what circumstances they void bets.

She got this opportunity when Wong Kar-wai cast her in As Tears Go By (1988), her first of many collaborations with Wong.[4][5] Cheung often cites the film as the piece that truly began her serious acting career, and she won critical praise for it. Despite her success, Cheung found herself typecast in the roles of comics or weak, clumsy women. Realizing this, Cheung wanted to break away by seeking more dramatic roles.