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    Default The draw of TUC Finals

    Tc
    a: Chn, ina, eng
    b: Jpn, rus, nzl
    c: Den, mas, ras
    d: Kor, ger, usa

    uc
    w: Chn, ina, ras
    x: Jpn, tha, ned
    y: Kor, ger, aus
    z: Tpe, den, usa

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    What is the draw for the knockout stage?

    A vs B, C vs D in the SF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesd20 View Post
    What is the draw for the knockout stage?

    A vs B, C vs D in the SF?
    in the last thomas & uber cup, the draw for Knockout stage was held after the group stage finished.

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    the knockout stages will be based on the May 17 world ranking to determine playoff seeds, and then lots were drawn, and the opponents in the group may meet again in the playoffs. The group matches will be played 5 games, playoffs 5 games system.
    From google translate

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    Quote Originally Posted by cxytdn View Post
    Tc
    a: Chn, ina, eng
    b: Jpn, rus, nzl
    c: Den, mas, ras
    d: Kor, ger, usa

    uc
    w: Chn, ina, ras
    x: Jpn, tha, ned
    y: Kor, ger, aus
    z: Tpe, den, usa
    It's a very difficult draw for China in thomas cup.......at least they dont have meet Den/kor until the very final...they have to get past Indonesia first which is gonna be tricky encounter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miqilin7 View Post
    It's a very difficult draw for China in thomas cup.......at least they dont have meet Den/kor until the very final...they have to get past Indonesia first which is gonna be tricky encounter.
    really? how so?

    last time they played against each other was in 2010, a 3-0 white wash;
    before that, in 2006, another 3-0 white wash;
    and before that, in 2004, 5-0 white wash.

    so, has INA improved leap and bound since then? NO.
    how about CHN, definitely YES.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miqilin7 View Post
    It's a very difficult draw for China in thomas cup.......at least they dont have meet Den/kor until the very final...they have to get past Indonesia first which is gonna be tricky encounter.
    You will not know whether they will not meet Den/Kor in SF until the draw for the QF takes place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    really? how so?

    last time they played against each other was in 2010, a 3-0 white wash;
    before that, in 2006, another 3-0 white wash;
    and before that, in 2004, 5-0 white wash.

    so, has INA improved leap and bound since then? NO.
    how about CHN, definitely YES.
    Quite. INA MS chance of victory....less than 5%....MD1.....even less.

    I can only see another 5-0 coming up.

    As for eng....less than INA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    in the last thomas & uber cup, the draw for Knockout stage was held after the group stage finished.
    Yup, the knock-out stage draw should be held on 22nd May 2012 (based on tentative schedule).

    The top two of each group will advance into QF, on paper scenario :
    THOMAS Cup
    A => CHN, INA
    B => JPN, RUS
    C => DEN, MAS
    D => KOR, GER

    UBER Cup
    W => CHN, INA
    X => JPN, THA
    Y => KOR, GER
    Z => TPE, DEN

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    Quote Originally Posted by aeksit View Post
    the knockout stages will be based on the May 17 world ranking to determine playoff seeds,and then lots were drawn, and the opponents in the group may meet again in the playoffs. The group matches will be played 5 games, playoffs 5 games system.
    From google translate

    Indeed, it happened to KOR Thomas team 2 years ago when they're drawn with CHN at group-stage and met CHN once again in last eight (KO stage).

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    Really looking forward to this event!
    The winners of the group stage seem to be pretty obvious...

    Once more the draw from the bwf fb page:
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    Last edited by KB@TB Em; 04-15-2012 at 06:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB@TB Em View Post
    Really looking forward to this event!
    The winners of the group stage seem to be pretty obvious...

    Once more the draw from the bwf fb page:
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    BORING GROUP MATCHES...i wish there's a group of death....

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    really? how so?

    last time they played against each other was in 2010, a 3-0 white wash;
    before that, in 2006, another 3-0 white wash;
    and before that, in 2004, 5-0 white wash.

    so, has INA improved leap and bound since then? NO.
    how about CHN, definitely YES.
    In 2004, CHN fielded Lin Dan, Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng, Bao Chunlai, Sang Yang/Zheng Bo, and Xia Xuanze (not quite sure about the latter three).
    In 2006, they fielded Lin Dan, Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng, and Bao Chunlai.
    In 2010? Lin Dan, Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng, and Chen Jin.

    Whitewash, yes. But the main guns of CHN team for 4 consecutive TC are basically the same. LD and CY/FHF.
    So much for improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    really? how so?

    last time they played against each other was in 2010, a 3-0 white wash;
    before that, in 2006, another 3-0 white wash;
    and before that, in 2004, 5-0 white wash.

    so, has INA improved leap and bound since then? NO.
    how about CHN, definitely YES.
    hmm, like jagdpanther said, china likely will still use the same players as 8 years ago for the 1st and 2nd match, but indonesia on the other hand will has some new faces. and for addition, the men team of INA made an all indonesian final in axiata cup while ago. it's an improvement i think.

    @miqilin7: there is actually 1 group of death. Group A deserve the title, with CHN, INA and GBR TC inside. hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by cxytdn View Post
    Tc
    a: Chn, ina, eng
    b: Jpn, rus, nzl
    c: Den, mas, ras
    d: Kor, ger, usa

    uc
    w: Chn, ina, ras
    x: Jpn, tha, ned
    y: Kor, ger, aus
    z: Tpe, den, usa
    According to post #11, UC draw should be:
    X: TPE, THA, NED
    Z: JPN, DEN, USA

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    I think Indonesia should consider MD form :

    1. Ryan/ Angga
    2. Ahsan / Hendra

    or
    1. Ahsan / Hendra
    2. Ryan / Alvent

    the rest is hoping for Simon and Tommy to play in their best perform.

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    China vs Indonesia TC:

    MS1: 60:40
    MD1: 70:30
    MS2: 90:10
    MD2: 0:100
    MS3: 60:40

    China looks good to get a win by 4-1.

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