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    Quote Originally Posted by jsteve View Post
    If LYD and KSH really study - no problem...

    Yes.. That s what I thought too... If they do study, they r entitle to play

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    Semifinal result :
    CHN v TPE, 3-2
    KOR v THA, 3-2

    FINAL => CHN v KOR.

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    China vs Korea - 0:2. MD in progress, and as it's Lee Yong Dae and Ko Sung Hyun - it will be 0:3. Congrats to Korea, although putting LYD both in XD and MD is quite unfair to the rest of the crowd, since it basically secures 2:0 handicap in every round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swunk View Post
    China vs Korea - 0:2. MD in progress, and as it's Lee Yong Dae and Ko Sung Hyun - it will be 0:3. Congrats to Korea, although putting LYD both in XD and MD is quite unfair to the rest of the crowd, since it basically secures 2:0 handicap in every round.
    With the Korean line-up it was secure to win the team event. It doesn´t matter whether they fiel Lyd, ksh or kkj.
    All three are above the rest of particpants I believe

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    Quote Originally Posted by swunk View Post
    China vs Korea - 0:2. MD in progress, and as it's Lee Yong Dae and Ko Sung Hyun - it will be 0:3. Congrats to Korea, although putting LYD both in XD and MD is quite unfair to the rest of the crowd, since it basically secures 2:0 handicap in every round.
    Yup, congrats to KOR team for gold medal, CHN MD & XD practically can't do much to face KOR pairs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB@TB Em View Post
    With the Korean line-up it was secure to win the team event. It doesn´t matter whether they fiel Lyd, ksh or kkj.
    All three are above the rest of particpants I believe
    It's like having Prof. Stephen Hawking participate in some high school physics competition.

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    The individual badminton competition kicks off yesterday.

    Individual draws http://www.badzine.net/news/kazan-un...l-draws/26180/

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    Default SF Results & Final Matches

    Gold medal matches - Thursday, 11 July, 2013 at 13:00 local time

    XD: Kim Ki Jung / Kim So Young (KOR) [3/4] vs. Liu Cheng / Tian Qing (CHN) [5/8]
    WS: Sung Ji Hyun (KOR) [1] vs. Tai Tzu-Ying (TPE) [2]
    MS: Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk (THA) [2] vs. Gao Huan (CHN) [3/4]
    WD: Luo Yu / Tian Qing (CHN) [5/8] vs. Jang Ye Na / Kim So Young (KOR)
    MD: Ko Sung Hyun / Lee Yong Dae (KOR) [1] vs. Vladimir Ivanov / Ivan Sozonov (RUS) [2]


    Semifinal Results, Wed, 10 July

    MS:
    GAO Huan (CHN) bt. CHOU Tien-Chen (TPE) [1] 21-9, 21-9
    Tanongsak SAENSOMBOONSUK (THA) bt. Iskandar ZULKARNAIN (MAS) 21-9, 21-11

    WS:
    TAI Tzu-Ying (TPE) (2) bt. Porntip BURANAPRASERTSUK (THA) 21-17, 9-21, 21-11
    SUNG Ji Hyun (KOR) [1] bt. YAO Xue (CHN) 21-10, 19-21, 21-14

    MD:
    KO Sung Hyun/LEE Yong Dae (KOR) [1] bt. LOH Wei Sheng/Jagdish SINGH (MAS) 21-14, 21-8
    Vladimir IVANOV/Ivan SOZONOV (RUS) [2] bt. KIM Ki Jung/HONG Ji Hoon (KOR) 17-21, 21-11, 21-15

    WD:
    TIAN Qing/LUO Yu (CHN) bt. LEE So Hee/SHIN Seung Chan (KOR) 21-12, 21-17
    JANG Ye Na/KIM So Young (KOR) bt. CHOW Mei Kuan/LEE Meng Yean (MAS) 21-17, 21-9

    XD:
    LIU Cheng/TIAN Qing (CHN) bt. CHEN Hung Ling/WANG Pei Rong (TPE) 21-15, 12-21, 21-17
    KIM Ki Jung/KIM So Young (KOR) bt. Vladimir IVANOV/Nina VISLOVA (RUS) 20-22, 21-19, 21-17


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    Gold medal matches - Thursday, 11 July, 2013 at 13:00 local time (UTC +04:00; No DST)

    XD: Kim Ki Jung / Kim So Young (KOR) [3/4] vs. Liu Cheng / Tian Qing (CHN) [5/8]
    WS: Sung Ji Hyun (KOR) [1] vs. Tai Tzu-Ying (TPE) [2]
    MS: Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk (THA) [2] vs. Gao Huan (CHN) [3/4]
    WD: Luo Yu / Tian Qing (CHN) [5/8] vs. Jang Ye Na / Kim So Young (KOR)
    MD: Ko Sung Hyun / Lee Yong Dae (KOR) [1] vs. Vladimir Ivanov / Ivan Sozonov (RUS) [2]


    Semifinal Results, Wed, 10 July

    MS:
    GAO Huan (CHN) bt. CHOU Tien-Chen (TPE) [1] 21-9, 21-9
    Tanongsak SAENSOMBOONSUK (THA) bt. Iskandar ZULKARNAIN (MAS) 21-9, 21-11

    WS:
    TAI Tzu-Ying (TPE) (2) bt. Porntip BURANAPRASERTSUK (THA) 21-17, 9-21, 21-11
    SUNG Ji Hyun (KOR) [1] bt. YAO Xue (CHN) 21-10, 19-21, 21-14

    MD:
    KO Sung Hyun/LEE Yong Dae (KOR) [1] bt. LOH Wei Sheng/Jagdish SINGH (MAS) 21-14, 21-8
    Vladimir IVANOV/Ivan SOZONOV (RUS) [2] bt. KIM Ki Jung/HONG Ji Hoon (KOR) 17-21, 21-11, 21-15

    WD:
    TIAN Qing/LUO Yu (CHN) bt. LEE So Hee/SHIN Seung Chan (KOR) 21-12, 21-17
    JANG Ye Na/KIM So Young (KOR) bt. CHOW Mei Kuan/LEE Meng Yean (MAS) 21-17, 21-9

    XD:
    LIU Cheng/TIAN Qing (CHN) bt. CHEN Hung Ling/WANG Pei Rong (TPE) 21-15, 12-21, 21-17
    KIM Ki Jung/KIM So Young (KOR) bt. Vladimir IVANOV/Nina VISLOVA (RUS) 20-22, 21-19, 21-17

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    0 Gold Medal for CHN, despite having a relatively decent team (including Olympic Gold Medallist Tian Qing) in the Universiade.

    MS - Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk (WR20) bt Gao Huan (WR27) 21-12, 21-17
    WD - Jang Ye Na/Kim So Young bt Tian Qing/Luo Yu 27-25, 15-21, 23-21
    XD - Kim Ki Jung/Kim So Young bt Liu Cheng/Tian Qing 22-20, 21-14

    As for the other 2 Finals that did not feature CHN players:
    WS - Sung Ji Hyun (WR6) bt Tai Tzu Ying (WR8) 21-16, 29-27
    MD - Lee Yong Dae/Ko Sung Hyun (WR1) bt Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov (WR13) 13-21, 21-13, 21-13

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    Default The KOR Squad hit incredible achievements, seizing a total of 5 gold medals!

    The South Korean squad hit a great success in the Kazan Universiade, they nearly did a clean sweep there, only missed their representation in MS, took the rest of the gold medals (total of 5 golds incl. the team event), possibly their best achievement ever so far in any single tournament!

    The outcome proves their decision to send a strong team there does really pay off.

    Congratz to KOR squad for the fabulous achievements

    Meanwhile the Chinese squad showed a poor result there, grabbed only for 4 silver medals, with the closest chance for gold in WD, lost in the decider by a narrow 2-point margin. Even THA got a better result, having their gold medal in MS.
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    korea won all 5 german open title a few years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    korea won all 5 german open title a few years ago.
    OOOO i ain't aware of such clean sweep... in that case, the 2ND BEST

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelana View Post
    The South Korean squad hit a great success in the Kazan Universiade, they nearly did a clean sweep there, only missed their representation in MS, took the rest of the gold medals (total of 5 golds incl. the team event), possibly their best achievement ever so far in any single tournament!

    The outcome proves their decision to send a strong team there does really pay off.

    Congratz to KOR squad for the fabulous achievements

    Meanwhile the Chinese squad showed a poor result there, grabbed only for 4 silver medals, with the closest chance for gold in WD, lost in the decider by a narrow 2-point margin. Even THA got a better result, having their gold medal in MS.
    Chinese WD was leading 20:17 in G3 but then was called several service fault including deuce points, even the last point appeared to be out but was called in. Undrstood they filed official complaint on the umpire to the authority.

    Anyone have the video and could advise what happened actually?

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    Default Yes, fate-changing faulty matter

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonc108 View Post
    Chinese WD was leading 20:17 in G3 but then was called several service fault including deuce points, even the last point appeared to be out but was called in. Undrstood they filed official complaint on the umpire to the authority.

    Anyone have the video and could advise what happened actually?
    Yes, i saw that too at CCTV's brief sport news 1 or 2 days ago. Tian Qing's services were faulted a couple of times, so frustrated, she threw her racket. At one incident, both of CHN coaches also entered the court to do complaint to the umpire. It's a rather messy scene indeed.

    All I can say is thanks God that this fate-changing faulty matter just happened in the Universiade...not in an Olympics/WC/AG or other crucial team events

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    I don't think they have anything to complain about regarding the serve fault on 20-17 and the last call. She went for a flick serve and tossed upwards the shuttle before hitting it and the last shot must have caught the line at least, never appeared out to me during the actual rally, looked well in even, but closer to the outside of the line on the replay (everything always appears "out" when she is playing anyway ). No fault called on "deuce" during this period, deuce on their serve would be on 21-21 only, nor any other service faults called till the end of the match. Korean girl received a yellow card at 21-21, perhaps for delaying tactics ...
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