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2014 Li Ning BWF Thomas & Uber Cups : Day 3 - Group Stage (20th May 2014)

Discussion in 'Thomas Cup / Uber Cup 2014' started by CLELY, May 19, 2014.

  1. Yuzo64

    Yuzo64 Regular Member

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    Nope, if Russia wins, then Russia, France and Chinese Taipei will have one win and two losses (Taipei won against Russia 4-1 and China beat them all).
    Not sure what happens then.

    If France wins though, they'll have 2 wins and will go through.

    Anyway, ALLEZ LA FRANCE ! Will be hard to beat Ivanov/Sozonov in doubles, so we need to win the next singles game at all cost!
     
  2. rajat_remar

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    India won 3-0, never have thought this would happen, so that means India would top the group and probably won't meet any other country that have topped their own groups. i.e. India will probably not meet China this time.
     
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    Well done india beating 3rd seeds with 3-0 victory is something I never expected. All the three matches are in straight games.. extra ordinary.
     
  4. craigandy

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    If Russia win Chinese Taipei go through
     
  5. scorpion1

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    I never expect thulasi to win against busanan. But expe t a good fight from her.
     
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    Grreat job done by the Indian ladies, especially in WS where they beat higher ranked players. I think chances to reach the SF are also not too bad
     
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    Careme and Kersaudy are leading 18 to 15 now in the decider. Crossing my fingers that they'll pull through!
     
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    They Should be good for SF now unless they under perform.
     
  9. scorpion1

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    P.C.Thulasi is improving day by day. I think we can see her in regular tournaments quite often from now onwards.
     
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    India us up 3-0 in their tie ( which is enough to win the tie). Thulasi's match has not ended yet, but saina's, Sindhu's and Ashwini/Jwala's victory is enough to win the tie.
     
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    France's hopes are pretty much pinned on Thomas Rouxel. Wonder if he can handle the pressure
     
  12. scorpion1

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    Yeah. Ofcourse. I just said.
     
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    Busanan is an aggressive player. Let's see how well thulasi plays against her..
     
  14. Yuzo64

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    According to their head-to-head, the Russian is leading 2-1, even though he's ranked fairly lower. I'd say he's slightly favourite. But we shall see!
    Argh, so disgusted this is not aired! Especially yesterday's games, which were all super tight!
     
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    India did a great job by winning the tie earlier. Because the last two matches are unpredictable. Well calculated.
     
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    Busanan stamping her authority .
     
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    Thulisa should be suffering a bit after big match yesterday
     
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    21-15 to busanan in the first game. Not bad for thulasi
     
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    Thomas Rouxel playing well... He took the first game quite easily 21-9.
     
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    France is really on their way to make a history!
     

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