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Sudirman Cup 2009 Day 6: May 15

Discussion in 'Sudirman Cup 2009' started by chris-ccc, May 14, 2009.

  1. chris-ccc

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    Sudirman Cup 2009 Day 6: May 15

    Greetings,

    The Play-Offs for Group 3 (8 countries) were played yesterday, May 14.
    Congratulations to India for being promoted to Group 2.

    Today, Day 6, is Play-Offs Day for Group 1, 2 and 4. There will be 22 countries playing their last matches today. We shall see which teams will be promoted/demoted.

    Predictions:
    Promotion to Group 1: Thailand
    Promotion to Group 3: Switzerland

    Cheers... chris-ccc
    :):):)
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  2. ctjcad

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    One day break..

    ..before "The Big One" hits BC, in tomorrow's Group 1 Semifinals round..;)
     
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    now, let us enjoy today's matches.
    the big one or the bigger one, let it be silence. :p:D
     
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    China vs korea final will be awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    pretty confident that will be the outcome.
     
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    The match of the day is the one between Hong Kong and Japan. They are fighting to stay in the top group. I wonder if we will see ZM/WZ playing WD again. The Japanese WD team is pretty good.
     
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    I'm afraid it is unlikely to happen since INA has a slight edge on both WS and MS. And 50:50 for both MD and XD.
     
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    .....same for MAS. If KKK/TBH and WMC played like they did yesterday :eek:, then we are in for a treat. My prediction -

    XD - CHN 70 : 30 MAS
    MS - 50:50
    MD - 50:50
    WS - CHN 60 :40 MAS (Dun forget WMC's dragon slaying feats before) :D
    WD - CHN 60 : 40 MAS

    ....so if MAS were to clinch it, MS, MD and WS got to deliver like they did yesterday :). Otherwise, it will be a 5 -0 win for CHN..:(
     
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    wow... russia challenging to break in to group 1. who would have thought 2-3 yrs back. good for the sport. good luck to them
     
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    Definitely agree. Our path to victory is through MD, WS, and MS. WD and XD not TOTALLY out of the game though... ;););)
     
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    BCers from countries playing today to come in the show support for their teams

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    Hahaha ... Aren't most of us still thinking of the big matches to be played tomorrow?

    Hope that BCers from countries playing today can come in the show support for their teams.
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    wow , ashton win the game in 3 sets to make it 1-1 now..singapore vs chinese taipei
     
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    go go go Poland!:p
     
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    Poland - France : 3-0.
     
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    France relegated to group 3
     
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    And Poland win the ties 3-0;)
    Pi Hong Yan doesnt need to step in the court.
     
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    Just checked into the hotel and met fastdrop, our estwhile, ahem, team official of the Philippines. But now things aren't looking good for them, down 0-2 to Portugal.

    But Singapore's new prodigy, Ashton Chen is pretty good, almost like Tanongsak. Good mobility and brain.
     
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    Singapore MD is having trouble slowing down TPE young pair.

    Pukhov tries to keep Russia in the hunt but Boonsak gets a 2nd wind.
     
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    Zweibler throws his wet shirt to the crowd as souvenir, having beaten Eric Pang in 3.
     
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    Singles to Portugal was to be expected and all doubles to Philppines (hopefully) :cool:.
     
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    as i said before for MAS to get into the final they have to score 3 points from MD, MS & WS. of course there is a chance, as in ZERO. they will be doing extremely well if they can get 1 point out of them 3!
     

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