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Who will win the 2012 Thomas Cup?

Discussion in 'Thomas / Uber Cup Finals 2012' started by kwun, May 10, 2012.

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Who will win the 2012 Thomas Cup?

  1. China

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  2. Denmark

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  3. Germany

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  4. Indonesia

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  5. Japan

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  6. Korea

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  7. Malaysia

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  8. Russia

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  1. Eurie Ervin Tan

    Eurie Ervin Tan Regular Member

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    hahahahah HALLO .... INA,DEN,MAS..... have chances toooooo :p
     
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    If Malaysia stick to these line up, they may stand a chance ! :D
    1) Lee Chong Wei
    2) Goh VS/Tan BH
    3) Daren Liew
    4) KKK/LCW
    5) Hafiz

    Hope to win point from (1), (2) & (4) !
     
  3. CantSmashThis

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    LCW with KKK for doubles 2? lol
     
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    You mean overall right? It will definitely be China. Their only struggle might be with the Men's Doubles. Would you disagree?
     
  5. Eurie Ervin Tan

    Eurie Ervin Tan Regular Member

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    Yeah ... ^^ i think MAS can Beat CHN or KOR
     
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    wkwkwkwkw LCW n KKK for DOUBLES ...

    ^^
     
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    LCW is unbeatable playing XD, maybe he will be unbeatable in MD:)
     
  8. Eurie Ervin Tan

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    wewwww where ?? MD MAS ?? LCW .. XD..MD...MS.. wawwwwww
     
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    Agree with this statement. Fault lies on the players, BAM officials.
     
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    Only 3 countries stand a chance this year : China 99%, Korea and Indonesia 0.5% each.

    There is always 1% chance of choking
     
  12. Eurie Ervin Tan

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    maybe MAS have good WS,MD,WD,XD ... but them don't have Chance .
     
  13. Eurie Ervin Tan

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  14. Eurie Ervin Tan

    Eurie Ervin Tan Regular Member

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    I agree with you..China will win TC ...
    But KOR,INA,DEN have chances to Win
    -China 65%
    -Indonesia 10%
    -Korea 8,5%
    -Denmark 6,5%
    20% (MAS,JPN,GER...ect)
     
  15. Eurie Ervin Tan

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    I agree with you..China will win TC ...
    But KOR,INA,DEN have chances to Win
    -China 65%
    -Indonesia 10%
    -Korea 8,5%
    -Denmark 6,5%
    20% (MAS,JPN,GER...ect)
     
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    i agree
    hehehehe
     
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    It's so boring....everything is pointing towards CHN title in both Thomas & Uber cup and KOR as runners up.
    For the next edition, BWF should switch to playing 3 doubles and 2 singles. That would be more interesting.
     
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    agree that should be a new system to even the field a bit so that the rest of the world have a chance to catch up.
    not just for the team competitions but for all the others as well.

    from now on, for singles should be 2 against 1 (Chinese) and 3 against 2 (Chinese) for doubles.
    then, we may, just may start to see winners from other countries rather than China.
     
  20. Justin L

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    I take it that you said it tongue-in-cheek,otherwise I cannot make sense of it:confused::eek::rolleyes::p:):D
     

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