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2013 EUROPEAN Mixed Team Championships (12th-17th February, Ramenskoe-RUS)

Discussion in '2013 Tournaments' started by CLELY, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. Ton-Min-Bad

    Ton-Min-Bad Regular Member

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    So "Referee" and "may" are the magical words concerning this substitution rule.

    I'd go with Ruiter/Barning for XD. Either way it should be a really close match-up!
     
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    Ton-Min-Bad Regular Member

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    The danes just roll the dices for the lineup :D
     
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    Ton-Min-Bad Regular Member

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    Did I write this? I must have been completely nuts! :eek:
     
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    Ton-Min-Bad Regular Member

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    Game over! Zwiebler didn't manage to convert 6 game points...lol
     
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    Ton-Min-Bad Regular Member

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    What's up with the scoreline!?

    It says Leverdez lost the 2nd game after being 14:2 in front. :confused:
     
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    Ton-Min-Bad Regular Member

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    Zwiebler won 22:20 in the 3rd...Unbelievable! :eek:
     
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    German players seems to have some problems. :confused:
    Zwiebler won only in the 3rd set 22:20 against Leverdez!
    And Schenk is "only leading" 14-13.
     
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    :D I guess there must be something to this home advantage. All are playing very inspired, only Diehl was nervous in the first set and finally found her composure whilst Stolzenbach completely lost hers. Pang looked like he was wondering "what the bleep am I doing here anyway" :p ...
     
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    Ton-Min-Bad Regular Member

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    ^So only Pang looked like his usual self! :D
     
  11. Ton-Min-Bad

    Ton-Min-Bad Regular Member

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    Very promising performance of the Russian team today! I guess, they will give Germany a hard time tommorow in the semi-finals.
     
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    Agree, RUS won over NED pretty smooth. Let's see whether the host will upset GER tomorrow or not...
     
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    [​IMG] that and he is the only one left of his generation in this squad. Well Rune, the coach, is of his generation but the rest are the future generation ...
     
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    Lineups are posted already:

    XD: Fischer-Pedersen vs Adcock/Wallwork
    MS: Axelsen vs Ouseph
    WS: Kjaersfeldt vs Walker
    MD: Boe-Mogensen vs Adcock-Ellis
    WD: Juhl-Pedersen vs Olver-Smith

    I guess White must be injured or something(?) ...

    XD: Sozonov-Sorokina vs Fuchs-Michels
    MS: Ivanov vs Zwiebler
    WS: Diehl vs Schenk
    MD: Ivanov-Sozonov vs Kindervater-Schoettler
    WD: Sorokina-Vislova vs Michels-Schenk
     
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    Ton-Min-Bad Regular Member

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    ^Maybe Ivanov/Sorokina would have been an even better choice for tommorow's match, I don't know. Just a thought, because they played really well today.
     
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    in this format RUS should get through, GER will win the singles but it will be hard to get the third win. thats on paper of course, hope they will prove me wrong

    also reading demolidors prediction i agree here and there; but to me it feels like axelsen will have no problems with ouseph, so i want to paw on that
     
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    I think the singles and the MX are relatively safe for Germany, MD can go either way, WD favours RUS,
     
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    Yes the home factor certainly plays a part. Even the Danish coach said in the interview that he considered Russia to be the biggest challengers to Denmark because of a strong team and the advantage of playing at home. And just like it was no coincidence that Henri Hurskainen played the tournament of his life when the EC was held in...Sweden.

    I think Ivanov will win in 2 sets over Marc Zwiebler, who struggled a lot today. Schenk will secure the 1st and only point for Germany, as Ivanov and Sozonov secures the win in MD.

    But who knows... If Germany could steal a win in the very important 1st match, the XD, they might be able to upset Russia.
     
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    ENG team equals 1-1 through Rajiv Ouseph who def. young Dane Viktor Axelsen 21-16 / 21-12.
    Next, WS match, will ENG lead 2-1?
     
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    DEN v ENG, 2-1 and soon will be 3-1 through Boe/Mogensen.
     

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