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Sudirman Cup 2009 Day 4: May 13

Discussion in 'Sudirman Cup 2009' started by chris-ccc, May 12, 2009.

  1. chris-ccc

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    Sudirman Cup 2009 Day 4: May 13

    Greetings,

    Yesterday, Day 3, Tuesday 12-May-2009, Korea defeated Denmark 4-1.

    Surprisingly, PG who was suffering from an attack of migraine during his match still managed to win the only point for Denmark. It's reported that he is now admitted to a hospital in Guangzhou. Hope that he can participate in 2 days' time.

    For Matches Overview on Day 4 from tournamentsoftware.com: click here

    Interesting matches on Day 4 could be coming from Group 2, namely;
    * Thailand vs Chinese Taipei
    * Germany vs France

    IMHO, Chinese Taipei and Germany can win.

    Cheers... chris-ccc
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    Today..

    ..could really be a very slow day in BC/this thread..No MAS playing, no INA playing and no CHN playing...Will they even broadcast any of the matches??..:confused:
     
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    Need BCers from other countries to come in to cheer up this thread

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    We will need BCers from other countries to come in to cheer up this thread. ;););)

    Btw, the match England-vs-Japan could also be an interesting one.
    And so are these 2 matches;
    * Poland-vs-Russia
    * South Africa-vs-Turkey
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    Today,...is going to be a very slow day indeed.......and its better not to have any event for today...as it is 513 .....this numbr is bringing bad memory for malaysian.....sigh
     
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    Malaysians to forgive the past (May 13) and to move on

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    May Malaysians forgive the past (May 13); We need to move on to the future.
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    Australia are doing bad lol
    Lost to india and bloody scottland :(
    If they can at least beat ukraine il be slightly happy.
     
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    2009 Sudirman Cup Day 4: Ukraine would probably defeat Australia too

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    Hi bradmyster,

    You must have missed following Australia, India and Scotland at the 2006 Commonwealth Games held in Melbourne, Australia.

    India and Scotland are much stronger that Australia. Therefore, the results were no surprises.

    Ukraine is one of the nations rising up rather quickly.
    Therefore, on Day 4, Ukraine would probably defeat Australia too. :crying::crying::crying:
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    i am going to cheer for hk
    go hk
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    yesterday (512) was a sad day for the Chinese whereas today (513) is a sad day for the Malaysian....
     
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    Just hope (514) would be a sad day for .......the danes.....:D:D joking...lah
     
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    POL vs RUS

    By looking at the line-ups and order of play, POL might win first 3 matches. I wonder why RUS didn't field Nikolaenko/Sorokina in XD.
     
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    as expected this afternoon is so quiet in this thread :D
     
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    The MAS forummers are grieving on Julia's misfortune ...... Pity.

    Tine Rasmussen and WCH would know about such misfortune, happened to them in previous team competitions.
     
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    It's unlikely but why not. I would cheer for hk today
    You can HK! ~
     
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    It's like all the efforts they put on.. just gone.

    JUlia is just 22. She can have another Sudirman Cup. Wish her luck.
     
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    Koo_fan, at last i see your post..
    Where were you?
    INA team prepare to face KOREA in semi, while MAS will play CHINA..
     
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    hi, guys..
    back in reporting...

    Susan Hughes (SCO) gives strong effort against Saina Nehwal (IND)...but finally Saina win.
    INDIA lead Group 3B with 3 win...will face BULGARIA for a place in Group 2 in 2011...
     
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    Derek Wong (SIN) lost 1st game but fight hard to take the 2nd, and lead 15-11 in the 3rd against Eric Pang (NED)...
     
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    So just turned on the livescore and see Eric Pang is on the losing end for now to Derek Wong :)rolleyes:). :D That should make up for SG playing Zhang Beiwen. Anything happened to Xing Aiying :confused:.
    Should have been XD, WS & MD to Singapore thus clinching 12 PAW points, but the unconventional way works for me as well :p.

    Looks like the polish MD will finally make it 3-0 and they just did, scoring the conventional MS, XD & MD over Russia :):cool: (= 11 more :p).
     
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    Derek beat Eric, and Singapore lead 2-1... Uncle Loh must be happy...
     

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