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  • Cai Yun / Fu Haifeng

    34 26.98%
  • Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae

    71 56.35%
  • Mathias Boe / Carsten Mogensen

    8 6.35%
  • Ko Sung Hyun / Yoo Yeong Seong

    0 0%
  • Mohammad Ahsan / Bona Septano

    4 3.17%
  • Chai Biao / Guo Zhendong

    0 0%
  • Koo Kien Keat / Tan Boon Heong

    7 5.56%
  • Fang Chieh Min / Lee Sheng Mu

    2 1.59%
  • Naoki Kawamae / Shoji Sato

    0 0%
  • Ross Smith / Glenn Warfe

    0 0%
  • Bodin Issara / Maneepong Jongjit

    0 0%
  • Dorian Lance James / Willem Viljoen

    0 0%
  • Adam Cwalina / Michal Logosz

    0 0%
  • Vladimir Ivanov / Ivan Sozonov

    0 0%
  • Howard Bach / Tony Gunawan

    0 0%
  • Ingo Kindervater / Johannes Schoettler

    0 0%
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    Which Men's Double will be the Gold Medalists of Olympic 2012?

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    when did JJS change his name to CJS?

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    Yes, the correct spelling should be Chung Jae Sung (as per BWF's list), rather than Jung Jae Sung..

    Also Yoo Yeong Seong > should be Yoo Yeon Seong
    Last edited by ctjcad; 07-24-2012 at 02:36 AM.

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    A lot of people are choosing CJS/LYD.
    (CJS being the name on his passport.)
    I also think that the Koreans will beat CY/FHF in the final. They seem in form and are injury free.
    As long as they don't make the same mistake as 4 years ago; can anyone really stop them once they get the ball rolling?

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    Koo tan should win this one....

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    I think LYD/CJS, I would pick KKK/TBH but they aren't consistent

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    I think LYD/CJS, I would pick KKK/TBH but they aren't consistent
    They have been inconsistent long enough to be consistent

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    Do not waste your time predicting Koo/Tan's score against Koreans. They will lose for sure 100 percent. They should just give up the match and concentrate on beating the Americans and Japanese.

    For China, I think the best strategy is to set up a QF between Cai-Fu and Chai-Guo; let Cai-Fu progress to the semfinal easily.

    It's a waste of space and time anyway to hope Chai-Guo and Cai-Fu in separate knockout halves. Chai-Guo are just there to lose anyway; their sacrifice is the best contribution to increase China's chance in the MD.

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    Jung Jae Sung is now known as Chung ... Will victor change the name of their racket?
    Anyway Let's hope he's put aside his shoulder troubles I wanna see some action XD

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    JJS and LYD have been my favourites ever since I first saw them at the WC last year. They seem to have an intensity and passion to win like no other pair that I've seen. Hoping to watch them one last time in the finals against CY and FHF

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    Ill root for JJS/LYD, my favourite pair.
    KKK/TBH or KSH/YJS also have a good chance to reach the SF.
    I think JJS/LYD in at least good form should reach the Final.

    Im so happy that CY/FH have MB/CM in their half, finally they have to play each other. So rare to see a clash between these pairs!

    I think Issara/Jongjit or Kawamae/Sato are capable of setting an upset...

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    I?gg. Kkk,g,m,kkkOrnate rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB@TB Em View Post
    Ill root for JJS/LYD, my favourite pair.
    KKK/TBH or KSH/YJS also have a good chance to reach the SF.
    I think JJS/LYD in at least good form should reach the Final.

    Im so happy that CY/FH have MB/CM in their half, finally they have to play each other. So rare to see a clash between these pairs!

    I think Issara/Jongjit or Kawamae/Sato are capable of setting an upset...
    No according the draw and rules, Cai-Fu will avoid playing BoMo and JJS/LYB provided both top their Group C and D respectively.

    Cai-Fu are the luckiest actually not play any of them until the Final. This is how it will work,

    QF1 = Cai-Fu vs Chai-Guo
    QF2 = Ko/Yoo vs Koo/Tan
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    QF3 = BoMo vs Lee/Fang
    QF4 = JJS/LYD vs Ahsan/Septano


    To increase China's chance in MD, just ask Chai-Guo to lose la. They cant win anyway.

    And look at the bottom half of the knockout stage, the big boys are fighting among themselves for a place in the final. China is quite smart on this category. Hopefully they dont mess it up.

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    sad for Chai/Guo.

    Their mission in this Olympic games are to deliberately lose to Bo/Mo and CY/FHF. Sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    sad for Chai/Guo.

    Their mission in this Olympic games are to deliberately lose to Bo/Mo and CY/FHF. Sad.
    Sending them to compete or not to compete = no difference.

    Might as well use them to help the better pair win.

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    Gold medal: CJS/LYD vs CY/FHF no doubt

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    I'm really hoping for a final between Cai/Fu and Lee/Chung, that would be awesome. Very hard to predict too, it's really a 50/50 situation but I picked the Chinese simply because they're my favourite pair. Also they've been known to peak at the major events and the Chinese squad probably has the best preparation. Surely the most thrilling discipline for me, I expect a lot of great and close matches.

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