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2017 SEA games results and discussion

Discussion in '2017 Tournaments' started by Master, Aug 23, 2017.

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  1. Master

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    Sea Games 2017


    Kuala Lumpur 2017 (KL2017) is the brand name of the 29th Southeast Asian Games and the 9th ASEAN Para Games. The Southeast Asian Games will take place between 19th and 30th August 2017. The ASEAN Para Games will be held from September 17th to 23rd, 2017.

    The Games will coincide with the celebration of Malaysia's 60th Independence Day as well as Malaysia Day. It will be the sixth time that Malaysia hosts the biennial games.


    Sea Games 2017 (Team Event) Aug 22-24, 2017


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    Badminton Asia had conducted the Draws for both Badminton Men's and Women's Team Events in the Grand Ballroom A of Renaissance Hotel located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and the draw was witnessed by the representatives from Badminton Asia, MASOC, International and Asian sports federations, national sports federations/ associations, officials from the respective embassies and members of the media.

    Drawing:

    Men's Team (PDF)
    Women's Team (PDF)
    ---> Updated Aug 17 : http://www.badmintonasia.org/tournaments/badminton-asia-event-calendars/29th-sea-games/download/3193

    South East Asian badminton powerhouse like Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand are once again set to rule the shuttle sport in the 29th South East Games, better known as the Sea Games.

    Defending champions Indonesia are the top seeds in the men's team event while Thailand, winners of the gold medal at the last edition of the biennial games in Singapore in 2015 are the top seeds in the women's team event.

    Indonesia men's open their campaign with a quarter-final match against Cambodia while Thailand, beaten semi-finalists in Singapore will take on Vietnam in the top half.
    Second seeds Malaysia are in the bottom half of the draw and will face Laos in the quarter-finals while Singapore take on Myanmar.

    In the 2015 Sea Games men's team final Indonesia beat Thailand 3-2 for the gold medal. In the semi-finals Indonesia beat Malaysia 3-2 while Thailand edged Singapore by a similar margin in the other semi-final.

    Although the Thais will be without their former world No 1 and world champion Ratchanok Intanon, who will be competing in the World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, the defending champions look strong to retain the title.

    The Thai women beat Malaysia 3-0 to win the gold medal in Singapore.
    In the individual events Chong Wei Feng beat compatriot Mohd Arif Abdul Latif in an all-Malaysian men's singles final.

    The women's gold medal was won by Thailand's Busanan Ongbamrungphan who beat Indonesia's Hanna Ramadhini in the final.

    Indonesia reigned supreme in the men's doubles with Angga Pratama-Ricky Karandan Suwardi defeating teammates Marcus Fernaldi Gideon-Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo for the men's gold medal.

    Indonesia also won the mixed doubles gold through Praveen Jordan-Debby Susanto who defeated Malaysia's Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying in the final.

    Thailand are favoured to retain the women's team gold. The Thais have drawn a bye in the quarter-finals and will play the winners of the Singapore-Vietnam tie in the semi-finals.

    Indonesia, seeded second behind the Thais, face Laos in the quarter-finals with the winners taking on the winners of the Malaysia-Myanmar match in the semi-finals.

    Final Result :
    Men's Team : Indonesia vs Malaysia 3-0
    https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...81629270-135E-464E-A89E-FCE81EFD8663&match=16
    Women's Team : Thailand vs Malaysia 3-1
    https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...=81629270-135E-464E-A89E-FCE81EFD8663&match=1

    Podium Winners :

    Men's Team
    1. Indonesia
    2. Malaysia
    3/4. Singapore
    3/4. Thailand

    Women's Team
    1. Thailand
    2. Malaysia
    3/4. Indonesia
    3/4. Singapore



    Sea Games 2017 (Individual Event) Aug 26-29, 2017
    https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=F66FBAB3-EBA5-43B4-BB20-39B7632FAB3F




    Theme Song:

    Dayang Nurfaizah & Dato's Ramli MS - Bangkit Bersama


    Tunjuk Belang - monoloQue x Lan x maliQue



    Opening Ceremony:

     
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    Sonia was overwhelmed by Busanan.
    Vivian/Woon choked so hard after winning first set.
    Goh Jin Wei zigzag battle.
     
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    Goh jin wei just couldn't close the match after so many match points. Now we will see a very tired g3 maybe.. Interesting match throughout. Awesome crowd

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    Hello all, from Malaysia.... we're happy with silver medal after losing 1-3 against Thailand in women's team

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    Best for us Malaysian to follow this rather than the world championship
     
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    Both Team in Finals and Lost. Malaysia malaysia.
     
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    Women's Team Final


    Women's Team Final - Victory Ceremony



    Men's Team Final


    Men's Team Final - Victory Ceremony
     
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    Thailand & Indonesia already ally themselves to stop Malaysia get the Gold Medal, and they're succeeded...
     
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    Men team loss was expected, women team were really a pity, closely fought and should have done better
     
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    Drawing for individual event have just been released. The matches will start tomorrow, starting at 9:00 am (local time)

    Soniia Cheah vs Yeo Jia Min will be the opening match for tomorrow.

    After INA player, Della Rosyita injured in team event, the slot for individual event replaced by a new scratch pair Dinar Dyah Ayustine/Hanna Ramadini

    https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...6FBAB3-EBA5-43B4-BB20-39B7632FAB3F&d=20170826
     
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    Ihsan v Lee Zii Jia, huh?
    I don't think he can beat Ihsan any moment now.
     
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    They met in men's team event and yes Ihsan takes it in straight games.
    So, this time the rematch in the same week will be interesting.
     
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    Sure he can beat Ihsan like at THA GPG this year but if he play like underdog.
    Under pressure, I think he will go out easily.
     
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    As I feared, Lee Zii Jia is just a bag full of nerves.
    Full of unforced errors and weak mental strength.
     
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    End of the line for Lee Zii Jia.
     
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    One of INA XD pair injured?
     
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    Malaysian men players especially Zii Jia are mentally so weak. Very disappointing. Maybe these pampered players needed to send to jungle for survival training or something to help forge their mental fortitude.
     
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    True. Send them to Supermarket at rush hour and make them collect items across the floor.
    That will make them better.
     
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    I think so, Edi Subaktiar had similar injury with another INA WD pair which is injured at women's team final.



    Another test for Iskandar today. Will he pass Tien Minh Nguyen this afternoon? Based on H2H, Tien Minh Nguyen leads 2-0
     

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