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PLAYERS List for 2013 SUDIRMAN Cup

Discussion in 'Sudirman Cup 2013' started by CLELY, May 7, 2013.

  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    CLELY Regular Member

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    CHINA (20 players)
    Chen Long
    Du Pengyu
    Wang Zhengming
    Li Xuerui
    Wang Yihan
    Wang Shixian
    Cai Yun
    Fu Haifeng
    Liu Xiaolong
    Qiu Zihan
    Chai Biao
    Hong Wei
    Zhang Nan
    Xu Chen
    Wang Xiaoli
    Yu Yang
    Ma Jin
    Tang Jinhua
    Tian Qing
    Zhao Yunlei

    DENMARK (14 players)
    Viktor Axelsen
    Mathias Boe
    Rasmus Bonde
    Joachim Fischer Nielsen
    Jan O Jorgensen
    Anders Kristiansen
    Carsten Mogensen
    Julie Houmann
    Kamilla Rytter Juhl
    Line Kjaersfeldt
    Line Kruse
    Anna Thea Madsen
    Christinna Pedersen
    Marie Roepke

    MALAYSIA (20 players)
    Lydia Cheah Li Ya
    Sonia Cheah Su Ya
    Chow Mei Kuan
    Goh Liu Ying
    Vivian Hoo Kah Mun
    Lee Meng Yean
    Lim Yin Loo
    Tee Jing Yi
    Woon Khe Wei
    Chong Wei Feng
    Lee Chong Wei
    Liew Daren
    Koo Kien Keat
    Tan Boon Heong
    Goh V Shem
    Lim Khim Wah
    Hoon Thien How
    Tan Wee Kiong
    Chan Peng Soon
    Ong Jian Guo

    THAILAND (13 players)
    Boonsak Ponsana
    Sudket Prapakamol
    Nipitphon Puangpuapech
    Maneepong Jongjit
    Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk
    Patiphat Chalardchaleam
    Songphon Anugritayawon
    Ratchanok Inthanon
    Saralee Thoungthongkam
    Kunchala Voravichitchaikul
    Duanganong Aroonkesorn
    Nichaon Jindapon
    Sapsiree Taerattanachai

    INDONESIA (19 players)
    Lindaweni Fanetri
    Aprilia Yuswandari
    Bellaetrix Manuputty
    Nitya Krishinda Maheswari
    Greysia Polii
    Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah
    Gebby Ristiyani Imawan
    Meilana Jauhari
    Liliyana Natsir
    Debby Susanto
    Tommy Sugiarto
    Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka
    Angga Pratama
    Rian Agung Saputro
    Mohammad Ahsan
    Hendra Setiawan
    Tontowi Ahmad
    Muhammad Rijal
    Fran Kurniawan Teng

    JAPAN (22 players)
    Kenichi Tago
    Takuma Ueda
    Sho Sasaki
    Kento Momota
    Kenichi Hayakawa
    Hiroyuki Endo
    Noriyasu Hirata
    Hirokatsu Hashimoto
    Keigo Sonoda
    Takeshi Kamura
    Minatsu Mitani
    Sayaka Takahashi
    Eriko Hirose
    Yui Hashimoto
    Ayaka Takahashi
    Misaki Matsutomo
    Miyuki Maeda
    Reika Kakiiwa
    Satoko Suetsuna
    Yuki Fukushima
    Megumi Taruno
    Misato Aratama

    SOUTH KOREA (17 players)
    Lee Dong Keun
    Hong Ji Hoon
    Shon Wan Ho
    Lee Young Dae
    Ko Sung Hyun
    Kim Ki Jung
    Kim Sa Rang
    Shin Baek Cheol
    Yoo Yeon Seong
    Bae Yeon Ju
    Sung Ji Hyun
    Jung Kyung Eun
    Kim Ha Na
    Jang Ye Na
    Kim So Young
    Lee So Hee
    Shin Seung Chan
     
  4. CLELY

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    Yup, his name is in also Yoo Yeon Seong as well.
     
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    Team Canada:

    Philippe Charron
    Martin Giuffre
    Adrian Liu
    Derrick Ng
    Toby Ng
    Alex Bruce
    Phyllis Chan
    Grace Gao
    Joycelyn Ko
    Michelle Li
    Christin Tsai
     
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    No real surprises in the announcements for the player rosters.

    Lin Dan left out as expected, but China have a lot of strength in singles so it isn't an issue.

    HK Vittinghus is playing in the Spanish Open and European Club Championships hence he is not named here in this squad. (Also recovering from injury)

    Guess the small surprise is the Indian fielding of Anand Pawar as opposed to the other capable players. I personally would have rather seen Sai Praneeth or Prannoy. Just to give them a chance.

    Korea have a real dilemma as to who to field in each category. Do they let Ko SH play both MD and XD? Or do they let Kim/Kim or Shin/Yoo play MD and let Ko play XD (leaving Lee YD out completely) or will they form scratch partnerships? Is Shon WH ready to play MS after his absence or will they field the young capable Lee DK?

    Taipei haven't named Hsu JH or Cheng SC therefore they rely on Chou TC (out of form) and Tai TY.

    Looking at group 2, seems Russia will dominate. France cannot challenge without any Woman's Single player (no Sashina due to not have citizenship) quicker her and Salajikt get citizenship then they can challenge in future (in that group) other teams don't have strength in depth (Scotland only with one quality player/pairing for each discipline) good to see Canada/USA here but with nothing to challenge with. Netherlands also here despite their federations money woes is also good to see :)
     
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    lee dong kuen is not young
     
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    He's still fairly inexperienced though, and I thought he was only maximum 22/23?
     
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    Too bad Bao Yixin left off Chinese team. She deserves to be there.

    Question, can a player like zhang nan or KSH play in both the md and the xd? Or are they registered for a single event? Can a player play in 2 events in a match?
     
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    You can play 3 events if you have the stamina to do it.
     
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    BYX had picked up an injury a while back; maybe still under recovery. In any case, China would want to field their best and fittest players for SC. A future BYX/TJH combo would be fun to watch, though! :D

    Group draws:
    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=444997&dl=1

    Schedule:
    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=445001&dl=1

    The teams I'd like to keep a watch on are:

    Russia. Can they take some momentum forward from their performances in the past year?

    Denmark. One of the traditionally strongest teams is now in a huge transition phase. How will their youngsters acquit themselves?

    Thailand. One of the most exciting teams, ladies, guys, and the whole deal. Can they push their momentum to make it all the way to the finals?

    Philippines in group 3A: how far will they make it? They have some exciting young talent coming thorough, and an encouraging result here will give them more impetus for growth.

    Can Malaysia find a way to dominate group C? The ladies appear to be the weak link, but if they can somehow get a good WD or XD result they can still manage to top it.

    How far can Japan with it's unending squad of exciting young players, make it? Can they sneak past some of the others and end up in the finals?

    Can Indonesia upset the form book and pull off a series of upsets?

    So many questions. So little patience.... :p Come on, May 19! Get here already!!! :D
     
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    I wouldn't put it past Canada to spring a surprise or two. They've got FRA, NED and AUT to contend with. Not undoable
     
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    Actually, CAN have a pretty good chance to top the group! The team is strong in WD, WS and XD, and if the MD can deliver a jolt or two, they're through!
     
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    Yup agree. We pretty much concede MS. MD is 50/50. Our strengths are in WS, WD and XD. All the best to them
     
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    Does anyone know if there will be promotion/relegation after the tournament is done or seedings for the next edition based on world ranking?
     
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    Team India

    1. Parupalli kashyap
    2. Anand Pawar
    3. Akshay Dewalkar
    4. Pranav Jerry Chopra
    5. Tarun Kona
    6. Arun Vishnu
    7. Saina Nehwal
    8. P.V.Sindhu
    9. Aswini Ponappa
    10. Pradnya Gadre
    11. Aparna Balan
    12. Sikki Reddy.

    I am quite surprised to see only 2 MS players got fielded. What happened to the rest?? Some countries have fielded more than 3 for MS as well as WS. I think they are sending players for just name sake. Fielded in the group where two prosperous badminton countries are there, they could have fielded some more MS players such as k.Srikanth or Prannoy along with AnandPawar. According to me, india's chances of moving further to the next stage is very weak. They can get 2 points from indonesia. From china , i don't think they can get points (if possible, they can get one from WS). That's all. Let's see what happens..?
     
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    If Aswini/Tarun makes magic against Indonesia with P.V.Sindhu/Saina for WS and Anand Pawar/Kashyap for MS , there will be a slight hope for the next stage..
     
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    Son is back on the national team and his name was given to the BWF but he and Yoo are not actually going, according to the list released by the BKA yesterday. Korean team is down to 12 members. See here.

    As LD rules! points out, 'young' is an relative term. He is 22 and will turn 23 in November. And yes, he is inexperienced. He actually has never been to a Superseries outside of Korea.
     
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    It has to be a colossal mistake on Natsir/Tontowi part to lose the XD match against Aswini/Tarun.
     

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