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    Default 2013 EUROPEAN Mixed Team Championships (12th-17th February, Ramenskoe-RUS)

    Venue : Sport Hall Borisoglebsky, Ramenskoe (Moscow Region), Russia

    Participating countries : http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...B-105B7D8D9DF4

    Players : http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...B-105B7D8D9DF4

    Seeding : http://badmintoneurope.com/cms/defau...=5381&m=578280

    Draw : http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...B-105B7D8D9DF4

    Schedule : http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...B-105B7D8D9DF4

    2011 Final Result => DEN v GER : 3-1 http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...DFD7&match=129
    Gold : Denmark
    Silver : Germany
    Bronze : England and Russia

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    I'm pretty sure Denmark will win this once again. They are just too strong for the rest of Europe.

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    Well, I think this year Germany have a better chance against Denmark than last year, but I think the Danes will do it once again.

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    I can't see Germany winning any of the doubles. MS is also rather unlikely. So how could they come up with 3 points? It's really difficult.

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    Russia could be the biggest challengers for Denmark gold

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    ^For Germany, yes. But not for Denmark, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vixter View Post
    Russia could be the biggest challengers for Denmark gold
    Quote Originally Posted by Ton-Min-Bad View Post
    ^For Germany, yes. But not for Denmark, I guess.
    Hehe, indeed. They can compete with Germany for the opportunity to challenge Denmark . England cannot be ruled out either, depends on who actually make the trip for Denmark with so many withdrawals at their national championship this week (maybe as precaution?).
    Russia is simply at a weak state now even if they are playing at home ...

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    Just read that Jonas Rasmussen prepared Germany as a guest coach for the upcoming Mixed Team Championships...

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    kinda surprised by the draw format : the 4 first seeded countries only have 2 opponents while the other groups include 4 teams !

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    ^Isn't it always like that? The unseeded ones have to work harder than the seeded ones in order to succeed. Sometimes I also wonder on what argument this principle is based on, if it's really fair in the end...?

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    it should be fair, as long as the seeded teams are seeded because their players are supposed to have made more efforts in order to be ranked higher..i think this is the logic (quite indirect, arguably) on which the draw format is based.

    anyways, that could also be interesting to fill the missing slots in group 1-4 by four additional national teams !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ton-Min-Bad View Post
    I'm pretty sure Denmark will win this once again. They are just too strong for the rest of Europe.
    Agreed,
    MD: Boe/Mo
    XD: Fischer/Pedersen
    WD: Juhl/Pedersen

    To me, those pairs consistently compete at a level well above any other European pair (that I can think of).

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappySachs View Post
    Agreed,
    MD: Boe/Mo
    XD: Fischer/Pedersen
    WD: Juhl/Pedersen

    To me, those pairs consistently compete at a level well above any other European pair (that I can think of).
    right ! (even if Boe and Mogensen may not be in their best shape as they were reported sick this week, reason why they withrew the Danish Nationals), and even in singles, Jan O Jorgensen and Tine Baun look pretty unbeatable...who could challenge those ?

    Looking at the stats, in Europe Tine only has a negative H2H against Yao Jie, Xu Huaiwen, Pi Hongyan, but dominates Juliane Schenk.
    Jan Jorgensen has likely no 2H2 challenger in Europe right now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom_bad View Post
    right ! (even if Boe and Mogensen may not be in their best shape as they were reported sick this week, reason why they withrew the Danish Nationals), and even in singles, Jan O Jorgensen and Tine Baun look pretty unbeatable...who could challenge those ?

    Looking at the stats, in Europe Tine only has a negative H2H against Yao Jie, Xu Huaiwen, Pi Hongyan, but dominates Juliane Schenk.
    Jan Jorgensen has likely no 2H2 challenger in Europe right now...
    Agreed on JOJ, but I think Schenk has it in her to beat Tine. I've seen some good performances from Schenk in the last year, whilst I've been less than impressed in the few times I've seen Tine. Other than against Schenk I would have Tine as a big favourite, kinda irrelevant though when the rest of the Denmark team is so strong.

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    Boe/Mo have had some very close matches with Adcock/Ellis but the rest of England don't match up very well, but ...

    "Lars Uhre, the National Coach of Europe's strongest badminton country, talks exclusively to badmintoneurope.com about the 2013 European Mixed Team Championships in Ramenskoe, his decision to leave Jan Ø. Jørgensen and Tine Baun at home and the 40-year old shares his opinion of the standard of European badminton."

    http://badmintoneurope.com/cms/defau...39&pageid=5381

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    ^Baun and Jorgensen are listed as players though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Boe/Mo have had some very close matches with Adcock/Ellis but the rest of England don't match up very well, but ...

    "Lars Uhre, the National Coach of Europe's strongest badminton country, talks exclusively to badmintoneurope.com about the 2013 European Mixed Team Championships in Ramenskoe, his decision to leave Jan Ø. Jørgensen and Tine Baun at home and the 40-year old shares his opinion of the standard of European badminton."

    http://badmintoneurope.com/cms/defau...39&pageid=5381
    that's damn risky ! Karina Jorgensen could be upset by many girls in the european circuit...
    So who's gonna play in MS now ? Vittinghus or Axelsen ? That should be Axelsen if they want to let the young gain experience...

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