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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. badrad

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    The Danish team did remarkably well considering too that WD came down to the final 2 points - it really could have gone either way. That was a thrilling match. All the Danes played with great heart and soul for the team!
     
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    I think KOR - JAP
    MD 70 - 30 If Lee / Yoo play like today they really should win
    WS 55 - 45 Tough one, but SJH played really well so far.
    MS 50 - 50 Im not sure depends on how SWHs form who struggled lately but played ok today
    WD 45 - 55 Japanese girls showed nerves and Korean new pair is / could be the best Korea had for quite same time. So maybe Korea is even favourite here.
    XD 60 - 40 Korean combination should be a tad better than the Japanase ones.

    Overall Korea should have the better chance, but it easily could turn out to become a very close battle.

    For CHN - INA the MD will be very interesting, should be a close one. Also MX is possible for INA, maybe a slight chance in WD, but MS and WS should go to CHN by some margin.
     
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    The line up is out:

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    Don't understand why its CY/FHF and not FHF/ZN...
     
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    I expected CY to be fielded. CY has a better experience in handling this kind of pressure.
     
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    I /guess/ so, but I don't think ZN is lacking in poise or handling pressure situations, especially since I would put my money on FHF/ZN to win and CY/FHF to lose.

    But we'll see, hopefully they won't be regretting this decision by day's end.
     
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    BWF still have not put the video of the other quarter-final tie up to the website. I wonder if they are ready to broadcast today's matches. Interestingly, the first semi-final was not originally scheduled in their streaming.
     
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    Because CHN want to preserve ZN energy for the final bang.. if he plays 2 match there are greater risk to lost both matches.
     
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    Meaning CHN is prepared to a tie that requires the 5th match....

    the competition atmosphere of Sudirman Cup is now uplifted to its highest

    all the semifinals will provide the great entertainment values :D
     
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    Under this order of play KOR has some good chance to sweep JPN 3-0

    MD: YYS/LYD has 2-0 H2H against HH/NH so MD goes to KOR
    WS: SJH has 3-1 H2H against NO though she lost in the last encounter
    MS: SWH has 3-0 H2H against KM, if KOR leads 2-0, KM will face increased pressure, SWH will have the upper hand to finish the task.

    In fact KOR may have an easier SF than CHN's one.

    It takes a great upset for JPN to beat KOR here :p
     

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