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2006 World Cup Final

Discussion in 'World Cup 2006' started by DoublesPlayer, Oct 27, 2006.

  1. DoublesPlayer

    DoublesPlayer Regular Member

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    Game starts time?

    MS: Lin Dan vs. Chen Yu => 55 : 45
    WS: Wang YH vs. Xie Xingfang => 45 : 55
    Lin/Mohd vs. Markis/Hendra => 49 : 51
    Yang/Zhang vs. Gao Ling/Huang Sui => 45 : 55
    Widianto/Natsir vs. Xie/Zhang => 51 : 49

    Live Broadcast:
    - CCTV-5? Start time?
    - Astro? Start time?
     
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  2. bananaboy

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    Is Chen Yu in some financial needs(more motivation:p) or is he just in top form? He beat two of his teammates to get into the final... and both BCL and CJ are not easy to beat opponents. I hope he can produce a top-class match and I will keep it in my badminton collection!!!:D
     
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    MEN'S DOUBLES
    Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan vs Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari/Lin Woon Fui -- any match involving INA vs MAS MD pairs are always exciting and usually ending in rubber-sets. Kido/Hendra have a good record against the MAS young pairs (Gan/Zakry and Fairuz/Lin), so, they have the edge!

    MIXED DOUBLES
    Nova Widianto/Lilyana Natsir vs Xie Zhongbo/Zhang Yawen -- tomorrow's match is the 4th meetings in the space of less than 2 mths :cool: Nova/Butet triumphed in HK and Japan Open, while Xie/Zhang beat them just yesterday in 3 very very close sets 23-25, 21-19, 21-19. It will be close again...and I hope Nova/Butet can win...and build that psychological advantage since they are expected to meet again in the Asian Games.
     
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    Astro will start showing at 1pm Satruday
     
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    Lets just hope both MD pairs play consistent games which they seem to have problem with as they are young. Indoensians will win as Malaysians have yet to show they can win in the final based on history.
     
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    Chen Yu is a very solid player but somehow is never given the opportunity to play important rule for Team China, my guess is he's just not the fovaurite of coach Li. Don't be surprise if Chen Yu beat Lin Dan as Lin Dan usually doesn't play that well against his own team mate.
     
  7. DoublesPlayer

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    Thanks, so it's 10 PM Pacific Time on Friday night.

     
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    Consider the fact that Chen Yu has beaten both LCW and CJ twice this year, took both PG and TH to a close 3 setters, he proved that he's got what it takes to win. However, LD has proven that he is indeed better than the rest of the top players this year, so it will still slightly surprise me if CY manages to win the match tomorrow.:p I always knew CY is good... just lack the opportunity to really shine(especially since he missed world championship at ranking #11... while others far behind him could go.:crying:)

    They both play somewhat a similar style, if my observation of CY's match against TH in Indo Open is correct. So it may come down to whoever can control the other better and attack more often with precision.:cool::D
     
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    Could anyone record them and them upload to YouTube of GoogleVideo - so we all can enjoy this?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    Head 2 Head

    Chen Yu is good player, but I think Lin Dan is better than him.

    Head 2 Head 3-0 for Lin Dan

    http://www.internationalbadminton.o...dan&txtName2=yu&imageField.x=0&imageField.y=0

    jiayou Lin Dan :D
     
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    i only got a glimpse of chen yu from china open. He semm to be a a power player(not 100% sure yet). I think LD can handle CY. From my pyramid, speed beats power.
     
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    astro live at 2pm dude
     
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    2pm Pacific Time? What about CCTV-5?
     
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    cctv-5 same time wift astro at 2pm if those who living at thailand or indonesia it might be 1pm
     
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    Chen Yu beat Chen Jin! :crying:

    Lin Dan vs Chen Yu- Lin Dan will win this easily :D ;) jia you Lin Dan :D :p
     
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    :crying: I can't believe FHF/CY lost again :eek: :crying: :mad: what is going to happen? :crying:

    Kido/Setiawan vs Lin/Mohd- don't know which one :confused: :D :p ;)
     
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    and XD... :D

    Gao/Zhang lost again as well :crying: :(
    Natsir/Widianto vs Xie/Zhang- the chinese pair to win :D :p ;) :)
     
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    Yeah I don't think we can count on Zhang Jun and Gao Ling to win anymore, probably due to the fact that that he is too old (around 30?). I guess this is why Zheng Bo is replacing him in the upcoming Asian Games. If the pairing work out well, I think we'll see more of these two in future tournaments.

    On side note, Xie/Zhang are consistent enough to be considered as China's #1 pair, only losing out a few times to top guns this year!
     
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    GL Chen Yu - You've played great this year!
     

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