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2013 SUDIRMAN Cup : Day 4 & 5 (22 & 23 May 2013) - Group Stage & QUARTERFINALS

Discussion in 'Sudirman Cup 2013' started by CLELY, May 21, 2013.

  1. CLELY

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    Today (22nd May) only stage level 2 (group A & B) & 3 (group A & B) matches, 1 day rest for all quarterfinalists of level 1.
    Order of play (22nd May) : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...73BF77-2860-4DE4-A417-7DED98403934&d=20130522

    MAS time : http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_MY.aspx

    KNOCK-OUT Stage DRAWING has been conducted last night : http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/s...d=A573BF77-2860-4DE4-A417-7DED98403934&draw=5

    Order of play (23rd May) : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...73BF77-2860-4DE4-A417-7DED98403934&d=20130523

    Quarterfinal 1 : CHN v INA (23 May, 12.00pm local time)
    Quarterfinal 2 : KOR v GER (23 May, 12.00pm)
    Quarterfinal 3 : TPE v DEN (23 May, 06.00pm)
    Quarterfinal 4 : JPN v THA (23 May, 06.00pm)


    The worst scenario happens to INA team as they must face again the mighty Chinese tomorrow after group stage match yesterday.

    I guess not much changes for CHN line-up, INA will field their best Towi/Liliyana and Lindaweni to replace Rijal/Debby & Aprilia respectively.

    Big chance for KOR and JPN to progress into semifinal, interesting clash of both teams in last four ;)

    Best luck for INA team :)
     
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    Bad for INA team. be in the same Group with China n hope to avoid China in quarterfinal, but they to face it. MS & WD will goes to China. INA hope to sweep WS, MD & XD..
     
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    The matches have started and from all the 12 players on court, I only recognize Eric Pang and he is leading 10-8 against Canada.
     
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    is there any streams sincey outube doesnt work
     
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    Does anyone know what racquet Michelle Li is using?
     
  7. CLELY

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    NED v CAN, 4-1. Michelle Li denied NED to create 5-0 clean sheet.
     
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    Philippines 3 - 2 Sri Lanka.
    The 2 matches that SL won featured that incredible guy Niluka Karunaratne. PHI won the WD, XD and WS.

    France routed Austria 5-0, while Ukraine won 4-1 over Turkey. The Turk WD featuring Yigit Neslihan and Bayrak Ozge won in 3 hard-fought games, but that was scant consolation.
     
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    Anatoly Yartsev of Russia? I thought they would field Malkov or Ivanov, maybe this guy has potential (he's new to me).
     
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    Now is the clash of the two biggest sporting nations.



    Currently Russia leads USA by 1 after XD.
     
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    For Level 1 , do we know who are the possible SF opponents? Or would there be a draw lots again after QF?
     
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    USA is heading to another defeat - next up is the towering Ivanov and Sozonov.

    Gabriel Ulldahl just beat Kieran Merrillees - convincingly too. And I thought Kieran was doing pretty good in previous matches.

    Score now 1-1. But not for long - the Gilmour girl is next.
     
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    Sabrina Jacquet was forced to 3 games by Aussie big hair girl Verdet - despite controlling the rallies. Luckily Verdet stopped playing badminton at 13-13 in the rubber.

    Not bad looking - this Russian girl Polikarpova. USA should look into more, ahem, model type girls to match Russia in the looks dept. Cos they can't beat Russians on court.
     
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    Line up CHN VS INA
    Xu/Ma v Tontowi/Liliyana
    Chen v Tommy
    Cai/Fu v Rian/Angga
    Li - Linda
    Wang/Yu v Liliyana/Nitya! #SudirmanCup
     
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    INA fields Liliyana to play 2 categories to push XD (the best chance for INA) as first match, nice strategy!

    KOR v GER line-up => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...A573BF77-2860-4DE4-A417-7DED98403934&match=42

    Nothing different from yesterday's roster for both teams.
     
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    i disagree with that.

    i think INA has more chance in MD than XD considering FHF/CY's out of competitive matches recently and AT/NL lost to XC/MJ the last 3 times they played.

    but then, they didn't know which XD pair China to field.
     
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    and not to mention Tontowi will be under pressure to win that first point.
     
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    I think what CLELY mean is that with XD 1st and MD 3rd INA has more weapon than if MD first XD last
     
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    if Towi/Butet could clinch the first match, it will boost the morale of the rest players
     

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