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SEVEN times Sudirman Cup Champion - China

Discussion in 'Sudirman Cup 2009' started by AlanY, May 17, 2009.

  1. AlanY

    AlanY Regular Member

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    Seven times champion China whitewashed the rest of the world

    CHN 5-0 England
    CHN 5-0 Japan
    CHN 5-0 INA
    CHN 3-0 MAS
    CHN 3-0 KOR

    That's what I called a proper whitewash.
     
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    they are strong in every department.
     
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    Utter domination against all those who oppose them!!
    ALas the scourge of Korea is completed
     
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    Make that..

    ..they are TOO strong in every department..;)
     
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    Like LYB said, whitewash for in memory of those who died in the terrible earthquake last year!
     
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    drifit Moderator

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    unlike other teams that either strong in singles and try to steal a point in double. or strong in doubles and try to steal a point in single.
    CHN is strong and consistent in every department and able to get point. no need to hope or pray to get point in singles/doubles.
     
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    yah.. the chinese team is the best team ever... but inspite of that KOREAN FOREVER! For 3-LEE wish your luck nxt tym and hope lots of success awaits you.. specially lee yong dae... ANYEONG KOREAN!!!
     
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    no doubt...;):cool:
     
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    I really thought Korea would get a couple of matches... but nope! Not even them! I think China's dominance is at it's peak now. I'm sure (I hope) it can't get worse (for other countries) than this :eek:!
     
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    Another fact..

    ..this is CHN's third straight 3-0 victory in the Final..And so far, they are the only team/country to have given a big goose egg to their opponents in the Final Rd (different format since 1999)..
     
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    Congratulation to China team and I never seen such a strong 'Feng Yun' pair :D
     
  12. xXazn_romeoXx

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    i got to admit, it was still a struggle to get the 3-0 win...credit to Korea...but damn...this team is too strong...even without XXF/CJ/BCL to play one point...damn lol...
     
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    i agree. we are not giving the losing teams enough credit by using words like "whitewash", "domination".

    many matches were fought to 3 games with very close scores. it just somehow that Chinese players managed to finish off the matches.

    now if I go in there and play against LD, that will be a whitewash. ;)
     
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    Definately agreed. Credit to INA, MAS and KOR for their efforts, even though they did not manage to get any overall points...Many of the matches were VERY VERY close, and at times, the crowd wasn't sure if China was going to win the match or not...I admit I was in definately awe...Mentally, this team is either really strong, or the crowd affected the opposing teams...I know I was clapping hard xD...now whitewash or domination could be a term used to describe the mongolian team...no offence...even though some matches were somewhat close...they did not win a single match =(...
     
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    BRAVO CHINA

    To blank KOR 3-0, winning both double matches played, is a commendable feat. Yes, those matches may have been close but, dang, the CHN team mental strength is unreal.

    This year, CHN has no equal
     
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    LYD has to play 3 games of the XD & MD had to start within an hour, a very big disadvantage for the Korean. Also his XD partner made a lot of mistakes & couldn't win the most important point of the starting match at the beginning of the final, too bad.
     
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    it was ZhengBo&YuYang that helped CHN won the final.
    I thought CHN would have a 3:1 won, XD or MD would be lost. but Zheng&Yu really played good, they won the 1st and the most important one match, and, what is more important, they let LYD tired, both physical and mental.
    LYD did not play good at 1st game of MD, then better at 2nd and 3rd, but not as good as he could
     
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    KOR definitely deserves the runner-up spot. They gave CHN the most trouble. It could have been 3-2 instead of 3-0.
     
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    Grats to China and badluck to Korea.
    Im gonna download all the finals videos tonight :D
     
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    Very impressive display by FHF/CY vs. JJS/LYD. LYD was obviously very tired making more than his usual share of mistakes. FHF's performance is also commendable. I think he has improved a lot at the net since AE. I hoped for at least a glimpse of the WS. A fresh LYD would have helped but that was not to be.

    I bet YY gave LHJ a big lesson on front net coverage from what I read (too bad I didn't watch the match).
     

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