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    Quote Originally Posted by KB@TB Em View Post
    Well, it is 11-9 for england in the decider!! And Dan lead 8-2 in this 3rd set!!gogogo
    Wow, kudos for Adcock/Ellis to beat Danish top pair, at the end 3-2 for defending champ.

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    Ivanov seems to have some problems with Marc's deceptive shots.

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    Well played, Marc! It's 1 all now.

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    Strong display from Sozonov and Sorokina in XD. Falling behind in 2nd set, but remained their calm composure to once again find their winning formula. Picked up a string of 9 points in a row to retain their lead and carry Russia to victory in this important 1st rubber. This victory meant that Ivanov could strategically tank his match against Zwiebler to save his powers for his MD later. As Schenk probably will win her WS, that MD is a must-win for Russia who will then set up their formidable doubles pairing of Sorokina-Vislova to win the tie!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ton-Min-Bad View Post
    ^Maybe Ivanov/Sorokina would have been an even better choice for tommorow's match, I don't know. Just a thought, because they played really well today.
    Guess they didn't need him . I mean I like the Sozonov/Sorokina pairing but I thought they would be able to catch him out of position more often. Guess not
    As the Dutch pair and coach commented on yesterday, Sorokina is really dominating in the first three shots at the moment ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Guess they didn't need him . I mean I like the Sozonov/Sorokina pairing but I thought they would be able to catch him out of position more often. Guess not
    As the Dutch pair and coach commented on yesterday, Sorokina is really dominating in the first three shots at the moment ...
    Next time I'll shut up...I seem to be totally clueless!

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    Bravo, Kindervater/Schöttler won in 2 straight games! Germany made it to the finals against Denmark!
    Last edited by Ton-Min-Bad; 02-16-2013 at 08:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ton-Min-Bad View Post
    Next time I'll shut up...I seem to be totally clueless!
    At least you didn't say:

    Quote Originally Posted by arowana View Post
    in this format RUS should get through, GER will win the singles but it will be hard to get the third win. thats on paper of course, hope they will prove me wrong

    also reading demolidors prediction i agree here and there; but to me it feels like axelsen will have no problems with ouseph, so i want to paw on that
    It was not an unlogical thought anyway but tactically perhaps this was the best lineup, to have the best MS playing just in case . Eventhough Malkov won the National Championship but Ivanov didn't play singles because he was a bit tired from playing the Asia Super Series events before ...
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    My tactic for the Russian team would have looked like this:
    - forget about winning MS
    - keep the doubles players as fresh as possible

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    Well done, team Germany. Very good effort! Expect Michels, she played very bad for this level... So nervous, poor Fuchs xDD

    Very strong performance by JSch/IK! No chance for the Russians, maybe to much pressure playing on homesoil...

    Hopefully Germany can at least challange Denmark tomorrow. WS and MS have very good chances. Maybe a third point from MD, WD and MX will go to Denmark I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ton-Min-Bad View Post
    My tactic for the Russian team would have looked like this:
    - forget about winning MS
    - keep the doubles players as fresh as possible
    If you are sure of winning XD then yeah. WS you know is for Germany, give up MS then XD is a must win. Will you risk it all on that first match?
    I guess they did sort of have to yeah, thinking about it some more but Sozonov looked the more tired of the two I think Of course if he was spared and Ivanov exempt of MS duty then I see where you are going with this .
    It would be a little easier if Nikolaenko was still around and even then beforehand you could not say it is a sure point. Maybe they could have also played Durkin/Sorokina ...
    But who knows what was Michels injury this week anyway, must not be that bad if she is scheduled for WD as well?

    And apparently Prokopenko has retired from badminton as well.
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    oh i lost my paw on Axelsen/Ouseph, should have learned from danmark national championships

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    Lineups are posted already:

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    WS: Kjaersfeldt vs Schenk
    MS: Vittinghus vs Zwiebler
    WD: Juhl-Pedersen vs Michels-Schenk
    MD: Boe-Mogensen vs Kindervater-Schoettler
    XD: Fischer-Pedersen vs Fuchs-Michels
    Last edited by demolidor; 02-16-2013 at 01:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Lineups are posted already:

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    WS: Kjaersfeldt vs Schenk
    MS: Vittinghus vs Zwiebler
    WD: Juhl-Pedersen vs Michels-Schenk
    MD: Boe-Mogensen vs Kindervater-Schoettler
    XD: Fischer-Pedersen vs Fuchs-Michels
    mmh, there are chances, surely! WS should be won, Zwiebler (MS) has a good chance, too. Schenk/Michels mh no idea, but maybe they can suprise the danes. MD has a chance the way they and the danes played (against eng).
    I hope for a 2-0 lead, so that the Danes have to keep their nerves calm to win

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    Yes a 2-0 start would be the best for us loyal viewers ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Lineups are posted already:

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    WS: Kjaersfeldt vs Schenk
    MS: Vittinghus vs Zwiebler
    WD: Juhl-Pedersen vs Michels-Schenk
    MD: Boe-Mogensen vs Kindervater-Schoettler
    XD: Fischer-Pedersen vs Fuchs-Michels
    Yes, the Danes look good for pulling through on the strength of their 3 doubles pairs. MS is anyone's guess, and in the WS, this will be a great opportunity for Line to show how much she has really improved. She won't get a single freebie from Schenk!

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    I don't mean to sound negative but how come the Europe confederation stream is so bad? Terrible framerate, bad colors, shrieking audio, wrong aspect ratio (really?) and low resolution. Its like it was recorded 1970. I know it's better than nothing, but I just had to rant...

    PS zwiebler will destroy vittinghus

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