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    Actually, MAS women is not that strong and Zulfadli can be suspect at times...

    MAS CAN get pretty fragile and have 50-50 chance against almost every country...

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    Suci Rizky Andini/Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah, the 2011 Asian Junior Championship winner and 2009 World Junior Championship runner-up should be INA best hope to win the title here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Actually, MAS women is not that strong and Zulfadli can be suspect at times...

    MAS CAN get pretty fragile and have 50-50 chance against almost every country...
    Md mas should be the favourites..

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    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    sis CLELY, thanks for sharing the details!! I am looking for the information for quite some times, but couldn't able to find it. Many thanks~
    You're welcome sis, digging those infos from BWF website

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    no CHINA team?
    Am I right??
    Good chance for other contenders to taste winning particularly team event as CHN almost win all editions except 2006 when host KOR lifted the trophy (def.CHN 3-2)

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    Md mas should be the favourites..
    Nelson/Teo didn't live up to their favourites tag in the AJC though. The Chinese Taipei and Indonesian MD will be the ones to watch out for.

    I don't place much hope on Zulfadli, because he is really suspect at times and Viktor Axelsen should be better than him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Nelson/Teo didn't live up to their favourites tag in the AJC though. The Chinese Taipei and Indonesian MD will be the ones to watch out for.

    I don't place much hope on Zulfadli, because he is really suspect at times and Viktor Axelsen should be better than him.
    Yes, agree.....................

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Nelson/Teo didn't live up to their favourites tag in the AJC though. The Chinese Taipei and Indonesian MD will be the ones to watch out for.

    I don't place much hope on Zulfadli, because he is really suspect at times and Viktor Axelsen should be better than him.
    but your 1st post is about team event, right ??
    against dnmark, i am sure, if Mas lost MS, they will get points from other depts.
    against Taipei, it will difficult to challenge the MDs. but, Nelson/Teo is not easy meat. they are still have the ability to beat the Taipei MD. even, if its not enough, other Depts can give the points for MAS. esp. if Tai Tzu Ying is not present.

    for Indonesia, we dont have a good WS.... Zul also have a good chance to beat any INA MS.
    It's 50-50 i think for WD, MD and XD. but, our best talent, Praveen Jordan is not in the team. so, it will lift MAS chance.

    we dont know Korea strengh, but they should be very good. I think their team will be as good as MAS. but i believe, MAS has a bit more chance to win

    I agree with Limsy,
    with this very good squad,
    MAS will go to Final. It's 55-45 for MAS if MAS meet INA or Korea in the Final.
    but 65-35 for MAS if they meet other country.

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    since we all know Indonesia squad for next WJC (thank's to PBSI website), does anyone know about other countries squad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Nelson/Teo didn't live up to their favourites tag in the AJC though. The Chinese Taipei and Indonesian MD will be the ones to watch out for.

    I don't place much hope on Zulfadli, because he is really suspect at times and Viktor Axelsen should be better than him.
    Yes, the Bs title wil be viktor axelsen's based on papers But if ZZ wants to become next LCW, then he should start doing something from here though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    Yes, the Bs title wil be viktor axelsen's based on papers But if ZZ wants to become next LCW, then he should start doing something from here though.
    ZZ will have a hard time playing against Riyanto or Vito or Wisnu or even Gifar... INA's BS squad are all strong this year...

    The INA coaches have seen ZZ play... We're pretty sure any of our 4 boys will give ZZ a VERY hard time... I can't boast that we can surely beat ZZ, but we've seen Vito defeated ZZ in 2 games in the Asian Junior.
    Last edited by Krisna; 10-12-2011 at 10:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    ZZ will have a hard time playing against Riyanto or Vito or Wisnu or even Gifar... INA's BS squad are all strong this year...

    The INA coaches have seen ZZ play... We're pretty sure any of our 4 boys will give ZZ a VERY hard time... I can't boast that we can surely beat ZZ, but we've seen Vito defeated ZZ in 2 games in the Asian Junior.

    Wow!!! You're sooo confident!!!
    is that true??

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    Group Z1: Indonesia, Turkey, Macau.
    Group Z2: Thailand, England,
    Australia.

    Group Y1: Japan, Russia, South Africa
    Group Y2: Korea, Germany, Egypt.

    Group X1: India, France, Finland.
    Group X2: Chinese Taipei, Singapore, Nigeria.

    Group W1: Malaysia, Hong Kong, USA.
    Group W2: Denmark, Holland,
    Canada.

    Obviously Malaysia will have a tougher time going to the finals... Gotta go through DEN and IND.... Indonesia will probably face Thailand, and then Korea/Japan (I say Korea based on historical records)

    SF
    Indonesia vs. Korea
    India vs. Malaysia
    F
    Indonesia vs. Malaysia

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post

    Wow!!! You're sooo confident!!!
    is that true??
    I'm not the INA coaching team... hahaha, but virtually all of INA's national team members think they can defeat Zulkifli if he has to face our boys...... INA's rising confidence is based on years of experience. We are sure Riyanto, Vito, Wisnu, and Gifar's generation will dominate and outclass Malaysia once Lee Chong Wei retires......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    INA's rising confidence is based on years of experience.
    I hope it is true, since I have no experience about badminton and indonesian badminton.

    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    We are sure Riyanto, Vito, Wisnu, and Gifar's generation will dominate and outclass Malaysia once Lee Chong Wei retires......
    this is what i wait for. in what decade will they do that???? i hope as soon as possible..

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    i can still able to recall what krisna quote about ina md in 2009
    but then mas won wjc 2009

    anyway
    i dont think ZZ is the one to beat in this tournament
    so no worry,hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    I'm not the INA coaching team... hahaha, but virtually all of INA's national team members think they can defeat Zulkifli if he has to face our boys...... INA's rising confidence is based on years of experience. We are sure Riyanto, Vito, Wisnu, and Gifar's generation will dominate and outclass Malaysia once Lee Chong Wei retires......
    easy krisna, don't get too rushy. just watch them play and hope for the best result. i'm afraid with that very high expectation will make them fell burdened.

    anyway, no matter how much i wish for Indonesian MS to get tittle here I still think viktor axelsen will be the winner, hope I'm wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngkt67 View Post
    yes, because this time WJC is held at Chinese Taipei... and you know the history between China and Chinese Taipei...
    And China allowed BWF to award tournament to Taiwan? I thought China can do anything it wants in Badminton

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