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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. Cheung

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    Go, Sayaka T! Go, Ratch! Go, Sayaka T!
     
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    We don't need SN, i will still prefer Ratchanok Inthanon.( the pretty girl from Thailand.)
    So China won't be able to beat SEA allstar, eh.
     
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    any live stream link on court 2??
    tq
     
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    What a finish its going to be to THA-JPN
     
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    Oh dear, JPN are out!!!
     
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    Bye bye Japan.
    Now i'm rooting for Thailand.
     
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    And its done... THA takes it!!
     
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    That was unbelievable! A not so smooth moving Ratchanok was still able to break the hearts of Japan. Thailand wins 3-1
     
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    I think KOR will reach the final on Sunday. They have the edge over THA in XD, MD and WD.
     
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    If China can borrow LYD. Then INA will enjoy another 0:5. :D
     
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    The top 4 badminton nations in the world: China, Korea, Denmark, Thailand


    Amazing!
     
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    CHN will still retain the SC fairly easily ...just watch...:cool::cool:...

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    Actually, we should request to BWF to have All star games( like NBA).
    The team that i suggest:
    South East Asia team.
    East Asia
    Europe
    North American

    the format of this tournament can also follow Sudirman Cup or Thomas/Uber Cup.
    Kinda like Axiata Cup, but then this will be more interesting.
    Anyone Agree?
     
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    LYB almost had a heart attack. LOL.
    Imagine if they lost Sudirman Cup this year.( which is highly probable).
    LOL
     
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    The schedules for the SF on 25th May 2013 Saturday are :

    12:00PM KOREA vs THAILAND Court 1

    6.00PM CHINA vs DENMARK Court 1

    Warning : Please don't go to the wrong court.
     
    #516 nokh88, May 23, 2013
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    Thailand represent South East Asia for the Semis. Hope they can deliver their best :)
     
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    Denmark represent Europe for the Semis. Hope they can deliver too.
     
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    I already had such a think in my mind. That could be a way to atract much more badminton lovers. Table tennis already do it with Asia vs Europe and CHN vs ROW, but it's only in MS event.
     
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    I agree with the concept but at this moment, the East Asia team will be too strong for the rest because it has China, Korea and Japan combined.
     

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