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AG2006 - Dec 02 Team Event Day 2

Discussion in 'Asian Games 2006 - Badminton' started by hcyong, Dec 1, 2006.

  1. hcyong

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    Women's team

    Group W
    Completed: CHN 5 MAS 0
    0900 INA v CHN
    1700 INA v MAS
    Big fight for second place tonight. INA may throw the match against CHN to come up fresh against MAS. 50-50.

    Group X
    Completed: THA 3 HKG 2
    0900 SIN v THA
    1700 SIN v HKG
    Difficult to tell. I think THA will beat SIN. But hard to seperate between SIN and HKG. Both don't have much depth. Wang Chen should take 1st game. Yippy v Xing? 50-50. 1st doubles SIN should take though Jang/Li. No idea about the other two matches.

    Group Y
    Completed: JPN 3 KOR 2
    0900 TPE v JPN
    1700 TPE v KOR
    I predict JPN to clinch top spot and KOR second.


    Men's team

    Group A
    Completed: CHN 5 IND 0, INA 5 IND 0
    1300 INA v CHN
    China big advantage in 2nd, 3rd singles and also 1st doubles. Lin Dan v Taufik hugely anticipated, but I think even a Taufik win here will not see hs team through.

    Group B
    Completed: KOR 4 VIE 1, THA 4 VIE 1
    1300 THA v KOR
    The strength of Korean doubles should see them through.

    Group C
    Completed: MAS 5 JPN 0, JPN 5 HKG 0
    1300 HKG v MAS
    Seems straight-forward. MAS to top group and JPN second.
     
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    CHN 1 INA 0
    Zhang Ning beat Fransisca Ratnasari 21-13, 21-14
     
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    Gao/Huang primed to take the first game at 19-11 now
     
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    The china pair take down the first set 21-11
     
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    A very disappointing first set for Jo/Greysia....losing 11-21. They won't beat Wong/Chin with this kind of performance:cool:
     
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    the INA pair comminting a lot of mistakes now. 6-3 CHN.
     
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    Just hope Mas women team can beat the Indo team later...Actually is a advantage for mas coz Indo team have to play two time in a day...Now china later Mas...
     
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    9-4 CHN smashed into the net again
    9-5 CHN pressure from INA
    10-5 CHN nice crosscourt shot on the line
    11-5 CHN into the net again...
     
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    A disastrous second set :mad:
    The Chinese pair got 12 consecutive points to go from 9-5 to win it 21-5 :eek:
    Both Jo Novita and Greysia Polii made lots of mistakes with net and out returns...they were not even trying in the later stages....probably to conserve strategy for the more important clash against Wong/Chin later on?
     
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    RTM returns with swimming, so have to be content with the website update, and so far, they are doing a very brilliant job.
     
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    Meanwhile, CHENG Shao Chieh bt MORI Kaori 21-17,13-21,21-19,
    so 1-0 for CT
     
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    Was wondering why the order of the tie between CT vs JPN is
    WS1
    WS2
    WS3
    WD2
    WD1

    Chien Yu Chin is playing in WD1 and WS3. If they follow the standard
    WS1
    WD1
    WS2
    WD2
    WS3
    She will have more rest right ?
     
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    What time is Mas man team play with Hong Kong???
     
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    Firda's right leg is heavily strapped. She still looks to be affected by the injury she got during the Dutch Open Final. I hope she can conserve her energy for the must-win point against Julia Wong later on.
     
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    XXF won the first game 21-13, while Eriko Hirose leading the fightback 9-7.
     
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    baddy, where are you watching the action from ?
     
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    Overall, some nice points by Firda...but Xie Xingfang made it 3-0 with a 21-13, 21-13 victory.
     
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    GDTV is broadcasting Woman's team event, CHINA-INDONESIA...

    Wonder why SIN-THA had not started:confused:
     
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    Firda lost to XXF 13-21, 13-21
     

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