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    Quote Originally Posted by uselessmail View Post
    The chinese girls seem to be losing the plot here! Juhl/Pederson looking much more sharper!

    Its a pity really! The chinese gals are really pretty, probably one of the prettiest I've seen on court! They have this inherent feminine quality about them. Yesterday when I saw Yippy playing against Shan, for a second I thought that its a guy playing.... With all those huge jump smashes, it was more like LD's younger brother out there! She thoroughly deserved to win though. Her game was really superb.
    Sorry if I've offended any Yippy fans here...
    Yippy is the few WS player that jump smash and that too on most of the lifts. The other one is MAS's Tee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xXazn_romeoXx View Post
    i think CHN would benefit from the seeds switching top and bottom, because now the bottom seems tougher than the top, which would make sense to have a stronger team against them on the bottom (#1) vs having to face each other (albeit easy semi). This cannot happen in MD because FHF/CY can't risk playing the danes and the koreans so early, and in a row, vs much better to take the easier quarterfinals.

    That is... if you believe this match fixing to be the case =] That would be the most logical strategy.

    The media would have a "field day" on the amount of "upsets"!
    I had said earlier ....Cai - Fu vs Chai Guo....= well what do you think :P

    Who is so crazy to let Cai-Fu face Boe/Mogensen so early in the QF. That is a sudden death match.

    Even Boe/Mogensen wouldnt want to stay 2nd and face Cai-Fu, so they had to beat Chai - Guo.

    Very likely to be Chai - Guo final match in QF = exhibition match.

    As for WD, i agree. Switch the two seeds between halves because the bottom one is harder with Ha/Kim and Pedersen/Juhl around. That would boost their chances of winning two medals.

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    Okay, I now focus on All England Final rematch XD now.
    Both Ahmad/Natsir and Laybourn/Juhl show a treat to Zhang/Zhao.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erpepaulus View Post
    Okay, I now focus on All England Final rematch XD now.
    Both Ahmad/Natsir and Fischer/Juhl show a treat to Zhang/Zhao.
    I dont want Towi/Natsir to meet China so early. They should beat Laybourn.

    However, against German pair who upset them in the All England...hmmm hard to say...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xXazn_romeoXx View Post
    i think CHN would benefit from the seeds switching top and bottom, because now the bottom seems tougher than the top, which would make sense to have a stronger team against them on the bottom (#1) vs having to face each other (albeit easy semi). This cannot happen in MD because FHF/CY can't risk playing the danes and the koreans so early, and in a row, vs much better to take the easier quarterfinals.

    That is... if you believe this match fixing to be the case =] That would be the most logical strategy.

    The media would have a "field day" on the amount of "upsets"!
    This chamber-exchange salvo sounds much more logical to take. Quite interesting because if it's true, it will cause the entire uproars to the rest of pairs just imagine all the unforeseeable upsets following the salvo This evening outcome will prop or down your proposition


    OT: TT-WS: the teenager cutie, Kasumi ISHIKAWA (JPN) just defeated (SIN) WANG Yuegu 4-1 in a relatively easy QF match
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    CMIIW jpn wd in group b still go through as runner-up if they lost to tpe and ind win, right?
    if thats the case will jpn do that to avoid chn in the qf

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    And in Mix, I really hope Tontowi/Natsir top the group C and face most likely Chen Xu/Ma Jin (Exept Robert/Nadiezka play unexceptionally). Based on what I saw before matches in this Olympic, Tontowi/Natsir will beat the Chn pair and Natsir will have the 2nd chance on getting gold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erpepaulus View Post
    And in Mix, I really hope Tontowi/Natsir top the group C and face most likely Chen Xu/Ma Jin (Exept Robert/Nadiezka play unexceptionally). Based on what I saw before matches in this Olympic, Tontowi/Natsir will beat the Chn pair and Natsir will have the 2nd chance on getting gold.
    Yes based on current form, Mixed Doubles gold should go to Indonesia.

    Chinese pairs are not strong. Zhao Yunlei played poorly in mixed.

    Only teams that could ruin Indonesia's hope are european pairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erpepaulus View Post
    And in Mix, I really hope Tontowi/Natsir top the group C and face most likely Chen Xu/Ma Jin (Exept Robert/Nadiezka play unexceptionally). Based on what I saw before matches in this Olympic, Tontowi/Natsir will beat the Chn pair and Natsir will have the 2nd chance on getting gold.
    that cant happen before semifinal, ma jin is in group d lar

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    Quote Originally Posted by fd16n View Post
    that cant happen before semifinal, ma jin is in group d lar
    They could face Xu/Ma in the same half.

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    Lee Yong dae failed to defend his mixed double gold medal.

    Very disappointing for Korea.

    Guess Korea only chance of a gold is in Men's double.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    With all this plotting, BC members can be very good consultants for the teams
    Of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by erpepaulus View Post
    The chinese play not all out. But the danes show impressive defence and attack
    Play not all out? It s called mental collapse. Variation is the key to trigger panic in CHN players. Then they automatically self destruct.

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    TQ/ZYL lose made it all so complicated.....grrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjswift View Post
    Play not all out? It s called mental collapse. Variation is the key to trigger panic in CHN players. Then they automatically self destruct.
    China players are not use to surprise...

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    Quote Originally Posted by etudiant View Post
    TQ/ZYL lose made it all so complicated.....grrrr
    Nope, as Alan Y has said, JPN pair will be eliminated. Actually TQ/ZYL should know that will still qualify with the loss.

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    Ms Lee Hun I'llWs ratchanokMd kootanWd PetersonMx natsirSo everyone go home happy

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