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VIVO BWF SUDIRMAN Cup 2015 : Day 6 - QUARTERFINALS (15th May 2015)

Discussion in 'Sudirman Cup 2015' started by CLELY, May 14, 2015.

  1. CLELY

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    Venue
    : Dongfeng Nissan Sports Center, Dongguan-Guangdong Province, CHN

    Official website : http://en.dongguansudirman2015.com/

    Tournamentsoftware link : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...F-52B49FBE4586

    Complete Schedule : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=628007&dl=1

    CHN time : http://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wt...ma=Find%20Time

    Knock-out Draw : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=634569

    Order of Play : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=2DB73EE0-97F1-4387-A72F-52B49FBE4586

    2013 edition winner and runner-up, China and Korea marched on final four. CHN is indisputable badminton powerhouse to blank GER, 3-0. Little trouble was delivered by Fuchs/Kaesbauer against Fu/Zhang yesterday as first two ties. the Olympic Champion Zhang/Zhao and Lin Dan brought CHN lead 2-0 through straightforward victory. Korea redeemed their opening match losing, 3-1 and ended Malaysia journey in this event. The always dependable Lee Chong Wei stole 1 point to dispose Son Wan Ho in convincing style. Vivian Hoo/Woon KW kept MAS hope alive as this duo grabbed first game 23-21 before succumbed to Chang YN/Jung KE in next two games, 21-16 / 21-11.

    The two remaining quarterfinal ties will be played this afternoon and intriguing matches are highly expected. On paper scenario, JPN and former champion INA are favour to meet KOR and CHN respectively tomorrow.

    LIVE TV (Court 1) :
    QUARTERFINAL 3 : INA v TPE (01.00pm local time)
    Group 3 Play-off : CZE v VIE (07.00pm)

    Court 2 :
    QUARTERFINAL 4 : DEN v JPN (01.00pm)

    INA v TPE line-up => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...DB73EE0-97F1-4387-A72F-52B49FBE4586&match=447

    MD, Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan v Lee Tseng Mu/Tsai Chia Hsin
    WS, Bellaetrix Manuputty v Tai Tzu Ying
    MS, Jonatan Christie v Hsu Jen Hao
    WD, Nitya Krishinda Maheswari/Greysia Polii v Hsieh Pei Chen/Wu Ti Jung
    XD, Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir v Wang Chi Lin/Chen Hsiao Huan

    The first match is crucial for both team and will determine their chance to step up into last four as TPE has advantage to scoop two points in singles category while INA is the favourite to seal last two matches, WD and XD. The final scoreline should be 3-2 either for INA or TPE team.

    DEN v JPN => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...DB73EE0-97F1-4387-A72F-52B49FBE4586&match=449

    XD, Mads Pieler Kolding/Sara Thygesen v Kenta Kazuno/Ayane Kurihara
    MS, Viktor Axelsen v Kento Momota
    WS, Line Kjaersfeldt v Nozomi Okuhara
    MD, Kim Astrup/Mads Pieler Kolding v Hiroyuki Endo/Kenichi Hayakawa
    WD, Line Kjaersfeldt/Sara Thygesen v Misaki Matsutomo/Ayaka Takahashi

    Denmark line-up is pretty odd, Kolding will be paired with Astrup instead of his regular partner Mads Conrad Petersen and Kjaersfeldt will play two discipline, WS and WD. Danish squad has opportunity to grab point through XD, MS, MD as their WS and WD are no match with Japanese players. If the scoreline stands at 2-2 then Japan absolutely will clinch the last match. Will Denmark could pull upset over one of the frontrunners Japan?
     
  2. otidh

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    If Lee Tseng Mu/Tsai Chia Hsin could win the first match, I'm afraid Indonesia will lose 3-0 to Chinese Taipei. However, I have a feeling that Jonatan Christie could make an upset today. He actually played well against Rajiv Ouseph.
     
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    You meant Line Kjaersfeldt and Sara Thygesen not Mads Conrad Petersen.
     
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    INA and TPE could be 3-2 either way. First tie will set the tone and so far, INA's MD pair have not shown their proper class yet. Escaped out of jail in the Denmark match.

    Denmark could win by 3-1 (MD, MS, XD) , or Japan by 3-2 (MD, WS, WD).
     
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    Is Hsu Jen Hao's style the same as Rajiv's? Hsu Jen Hao as far as I know play a fast-pace style. Can Jonatan match his pace?
     
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    agree on jonatan possible to cause an upset.
    don't think lee/tsai can win indo =x
     
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    Other than MS I do not think Denmark has a chance beating Japan.
    MS is about 60-40 advantage Denmark.
    MD is about 50-50 since this Denmark pair is new combo just for the cup.
     
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    ms - den 60-40
    md - jpn 60-40
    wd - jpn 100
    ws - jpn 100
    xd - den 55-45

    :d
     
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    Viktor Axelsen Denmark
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    Japan Kento Momota


    CHANGED ??? can someone confirm ??
     
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    I dont like the line up

    Must win md for Ina if not it could be easily 0-3 :(

    Anyway who made this line up, usually its xd first, not md...weird...

    But anything can happen, so keep fighting Ina team !!!
     
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    don't worry ...

    Mohammad Ahsan Indonesia
    Hendra Setiawan Indonesia
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    Chinese Taipei Lee Sheng Mu
    Chinese Taipei Tsai Chia Hsin

    head to head indo 5 - 1 :D
     
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    Correction, based on TS, it's Viktor Axelsen who will play, not JOJ. I don't know if DEN just made a change.
     
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    Ahsan Hendra performance are worrying, added with pressure must win :(
     
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    According to this rule:

    Quote Originally Posted by 0ozafo0:

    just went onto bwf to look for sudirman cup rules and regulation and it says the following:

    13. ORDER OF PLAY
    13.1 The following are permissible orders of play:
    13.1.1 Men’s Doubles – Women’s Singles – Men’s Singles – Women’s Doubles – Mixed Doubles
    13.1.2 Men’s Singles – Women’s Singles – Men’s Doubles – Women’s Doubles – Mixed Doubles
    13.1.3 Mixed Doubles – Men’s Singles – Men’s Doubles – Women’s Singles – Women’s Doubles
    13.1.4 Mixed Doubles – Men’s Singles – Women’s Singles – Men’s Doubles – Women’s Doubles
    Part III – Section 3
    Sudirman Cup
    Updated: 1 December 2012
    Sudirman Cup
    13.1.5 Mixed Doubles – Women’s Singles – Men’s Singles – Women’s Doubles – Men’s Doubles
    13.1.6 Women’s Singles – Men’s Singles – Women’s Doubles – Men’s Doubles – Mixed Doubles
    13.2 Determining order of play
    13.2.1 Orders of play 13.1.1 to 13.1.6 will be considered in turn and the first order of play will
    be used which has no player playing in two consecutive matches or playing doubles
    before singles.
    13.2.2 If all six orders of play, 13.1.1 to 13.1.6 result in a player playing in two consecutive
    matches or playing doubles before singles, order of play 13.1.2 will be used.
    13.3 Any player participating in two matches is entitled to a minimum interval of 30 minutes between
    them.
     
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    Then Denmark chance is no longer 60-40 in MS. It is 50-50.
     
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    if it is viktor I think kento helds advantage over viktor.

    too me KENTO 55-45 VIKTOR
     
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    Yes, Kjaersfeldt/Thygesen combo surprises us also Kolding who usually paired up with Conrad.

    When I opened this thread saw Jorgensen name against Momota, must be changed. Thanks for the correction :)
     
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    counting, still 28 minutes to come....

    Now JPN seem to have clearer upper hand over DEN with the change in MS while INA - TPE is pretty close match, practically open end
     
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    yes, earlier this morning I saw JOJ vs Momota, instead of Viktor vs Momota.
    Either TS has made a mistake or the Danish team just changed the player.
     
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    How can it be allowed to change a player after both teams have confirmed their entries? Did Jorgensen chicken out:p or is he injured, maybe then it´s okay?
     

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