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    Default 2012 Thomas & Uber Cup Preliminary Round - ASIAN zone

    Tournament date : 13th-19th February 2012

    Venue : Macau Forum, Avenida Marciano Baptista

    Entry Closing dates :
    - by country name => 10th January 2012
    - by player name => 24th January 2012

    Seeding date : 26th January 2012

    Draw date : 30th January 2012

    Participating country :

    THOMAS Cup = 14 countries
    01) China
    02) Chinese Taipei
    03) Hongkong China
    04) India
    05) Indonesia
    06) Japan
    07) Kazakhstan
    08) Korea
    09) Macau China
    10) Malaysia
    11) Singapore
    12) Srilanka
    13) Thailand
    14) Vietnam

    UBER Cup = 13 countries
    01) China
    02) Chinese Taipei
    03) Hongkong China
    04) India
    05) Indonesia
    06) Japan
    07) Kazakhstan
    08) Macau China
    09) Malaysia
    10) Singapore
    11) Srilanka
    12) Thailand
    13) Vietnam

    Official website : http://www.thomasuberasia2012.com/

    Time-table/Schedule (tbc) : http://www.thomasuberasia2012.com//?...mation&lang=en

    01) 13-16 February 2012, Group Stage matches
    02) 17 February 2012, Quarter Final
    03) 18 February 2012, Semifinal & 5th-8th Play-off, Uber Cup Final
    04) 19 February 2012, Thomas Cup Final

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    Entry list by player name has been released through BWF website : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file_dow...id=65550&tid=1

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    I can see Wang Lin's name there on the squad!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nodhira View Post
    I can see Wang Lin's name there on the squad!!
    You are really loyal fan of Wang Lin, huh

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    Could someone confirm that since KOR didn’t send a team for the Uber Cup, does it means that as holder they are already in the final stage later?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    Could someone confirm that since KOR didn’t send a team for the Uber Cup, does it means that as holder they are already in the final stage later?
    Yes, KOR in the final. Asian qualifying now gives the top 5 men and top 4 women the place for the final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sen View Post
    Yes, KOR in the final. Asian qualifying now gives the top 5 men and top 4 women the place for the final.
    thanks, if so, why CHN bother to send their men for the TC?

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    Because Chen Jin needs the points!

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Because Chen Jin needs the points!
    So, the rule is you’re already qualified for the final as the reigning champion. But, you can forfeit that and go through the qualification rounds and try to lose your place.

    What an odd regulation? BWF is just gets better by the days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    So, the rule is you’re already qualified for the final as the reigning champion. But, you can forfeit that and go through the qualification rounds and try to lose your place.

    What an odd regulation? BWF is just gets better by the days.
    China didnt send Lin Dan & Fu/Cai, Wang YH,etc. Means China is confident in TC & Uber finals is secured even though without their top players playing, I suppose
    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file_dow...id=65550&tid=1
    Last edited by eaglehelang; 01-27-2012 at 05:42 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    So, the rule is you’re already qualified for the final as the reigning champion. But, you can forfeit that and go through the qualification rounds and try to lose your place.

    What an odd regulation? BWF is just gets better by the days.
    As the reigning champion in Thomas Cup and as the host in the Uber Cup, CHN does not have to participate in the qualification round. But there's also no rules that prevents CHN from participating. So, Li Yongbo decides to take advantage of this "loop-hole" as Chen Jin desperately needs the points.

    Many countries have complained to BWF about this matter, to no avail.

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    The most important is of course for Chen Jin to gain points.

    Also for the others to gain points, Chen Long, Du and Wang. China wants to make sure Du and Wang, even though they can't qualify for Olympics, would get ranking high enough to get seeded in tournament and makes other players more difficult to qualify for Olympics.

    Also, the men doubles need to make sure of top 8 and other men doubles, higher ranking.

    For the women, I guess same reasons, higher ranking. If possible 6 or 7 WS in top 8 ranking.

    Another less important reason is to give the players the experiences for the real team final.

    But I don't know the reason to include Li Gen in the team. I hope he is playing both singles and doubles, then Indonesia might be able to beat China, get 1 point in singles and 2 points in doubles.

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    Tickets are quite expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcyong View Post
    Tickets are quite expensive
    Ticket Only(Daily)

    13/2-17/2 MOP$300 (Free Seating)
    18/2-19/2 MOP$500 (Free Seating)
    MOP$650 (Numbered Seating)


    Wa! it is very expensive!!! Free Seating will do, since the stadium is usually only 10% filled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    So, the rule is you’re already qualified for the final as the reigning champion. But, you can forfeit that and go through the qualification rounds and try to lose your place.

    What an odd regulation? BWF is just gets better by the days.
    What's wrong with that? If a team wants to forfeit automatic qualification, why should there be a rule against that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    Ticket Only(Daily)

    13/2-17/2 MOP$300 (Free Seating)
    18/2-19/2 MOP$500 (Free Seating)
    MOP$650 (Numbered Seating)


    Wa! it is very expensive!!! Free Seating will do, since the stadium is usually only 10% filled.
    If slashing the price by half can get the stadium 30% filled, they can gain more money.

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    OMG, Li Gen is in CHN's team. I wonder what kind of connection his father has ...

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