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    Default Olympics 2004 Men's double draw

    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    Candra/Halim and Sigit/Trikus are now well within reach of top 16 ranking by the time IBF closes the Olympics qualification window.

    this means that PBSI has the choice of picking 3 pairs out of 4 to go to the Olympics. whom should they pick?

    here are the 4 pairs and their ranking:

    #9 Limpele Flandi / Eng Hian
    #10 Luluk Hadianto / Alven Yulianto
    #14 Trikus Haryanto / Sigit Budianto
    #17 Candra Wijaya / Halim Haryanto
    According to the draw, Indonesia is represented by #9 Limpele Flandi / Eng Hian, #10 Luluk Hadianto / Alven Yulianto and #14 Trikus Haryanto / Sigit Budianto.

    Damn ! The Indonesians are really are unlucky ! Sigit and Trikus will face Kim Dong Moon and Ha Tae Kwon in the second round. Flandi and Eng will either face strong oppositions by ex-compatriots Anthony Clark and Nathan Robertson or Prapakamol Sudket and Ngernsrisuk Patapol. My favourite pair Alven and Luluk should face former runner-ups Lee Dong Soo and Yoo Yong Sung.

    The first seeds Jonas and Lars will surely have a hard time compared to arch-rivals Cai Yun and Fu Hai Feng. They will surely face strong opposition untill the finals

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    Default Final Men's double draw

    PAASKE Lars (DEN) / RASMUSSEN Jonas (DEN) 1*
    BYE

    YIM Bang Eun (KOR) / KIM Yong Hyun (KOR)
    BYE

    LIMPELE Flandi (INA) / HIAN Eng (INA) 8*
    BYE

    ROBERTSON Nathan (GBR) / CLARK Anthony (GBR)
    PRAPAKAMOL Sudket (THA) / NGERNSRISUK Patapol (THA)

    HA Tae Kwon (KOR) / KIM Dong Moon (KOR) 3*
    BYE

    KUSH ARYANTO Tri (INA) / BUDIARTO Sigit (INA)
    LOGOSZ Michal (POL) / MATEUSIAK Robert (POL)

    SANG Yang (CHN) / ZHENG Bo (CHN) 6*
    BYE

    VELKOS Theodoros (GRE) / PATIS George (GRE)
    CHEW Choon Eng (MAS) / CHAN Chong Ming (MAS)

    LEE Dong Soo (KOR) / YOO Yong Sung (KOR)
    LLOPIS Sergio (ESP) / CRESPO Jose Antonio (ESP)

    BYE
    HADIYANTO Luluk (INA) / ALVEN Yulianto (INA) 7*

    DENNEY Travis (AUS) / BREHAUT Ashley (AUS)
    TEERAWIWATANA Pramote (THA) / PANVISVAS Tesana (THA)

    BYE
    CHOONG Tan Fook (MAS) / LEE Wan Wah (MAS) 4*

    CARSON Stewart (RSA) / JAMES Dorian (RSA)
    HAN Kevin (Qi) (USA) / BACH Howard (USA)

    BYE
    ERIKSEN Jens (DEN) / LUNDGAARD HANSEN Martin (DEN) 5*

    BYE
    OHTSUKA Tadashi (JPN) / MASUDA Keita (JPN)

    BYE
    FU Haifeng (CHN) / CAI Yun (CHN) 2*

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    chandra wijaya.....where are you?? why are not playing?? u are still the best

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    Default Predicted Results Based on Head-to-Head

    Quarter Final:

    PAASKE Lars (DEN) / RASMUSSEN Jonas (DEN) 1*
    LIMPELE Flandi (INA) / HIAN Eng (INA) 8* or ROBERTSON Nathan (GBR) / CLARK Anthony (GBR)
    HA Tae Kwon (KOR) / KIM Dong Moon (KOR) 3*
    SANG Yang (CHN) / ZHENG Bo (CHN) 6* or CHEW Choon Eng (MAS) / CHAN Chong Ming (MAS)

    LEE Dong Soo (KOR) / YOO Yong Sung (KOR)
    CHOONG Tan Fook (MAS) / LEE Wan Wah (MAS) 4*

    ERIKSEN Jens (DEN) / LUNDGAARD HANSEN Martin (DEN) 5*
    FU Haifeng (CHN) / CAI Yun (CHN) 2*

    Head-to-head:
    Paaske/Rasmussen vs. Yim/Kim (2-0)
    Robertson/Clark vs. Prapakamol/Ngernsrisuk (2-0)
    Limpele/Hian vs. Robertson/Clark (0-0)
    Ha/Kim vs. Kush/Budiarto (0-1)
    Sang/Zheng vs. Chew/Chan (1-1)
    Lee/Yoo vs. Hadiyanto/Alven (1-0)
    Teerawiwatana/Panvisvas vs. Choong/Lee (0-2)

    Semi Final

    PAASKE Lars (DEN) / RASMUSSEN Jonas (DEN) 1* or LIMPELE Flandi (INA) / HIAN Eng (INA) 8*
    HA Tae Kwon (KOR) / KIM Dong Moon (KOR) 3* or CHEW Choon Eng (MAS) / CHAN Chong Ming (MAS)

    LEE Dong Soo (KOR) / YOO Yong Sung (KOR)
    FU Haifeng (CHN) / CAI Yun (CHN) 2*

    Head-to-head:
    Limpele/Hian vs. Paaske/Rasmussen (3-1)
    Paaske/Rasmussen vs. Robertson/Clark 4-2)
    Ha/Kim vs. Sang/Zheng (2-0)
    Ha/Kim vs. Chew/Chan (1-1)
    Lee/Yoo vs. Choong/Lee (4-1)
    Eriksen/Lundgaard vs. Fu/Cai (1-2)

    Final

    Paaske/Rasmussen or Limpele/Hian or Ha/Kim
    FU Haifeng (CHN) / CAI Yun (CHN) 2*

    Head-to-head:
    Paaske/Rasmussen vs. Ha/Kim (0-1)
    Paaske/Rasmussen vs. Chew/Chan (1-0)
    Limpele/Hian vs. Ha/Kim (4-3)
    Limpele/Hian vs. Chew/Chan (4-1)
    Fu/Cai vs. Lee/Yoo (3-0)

    Winner

    Very hard to predict based on head-to-head

    Head-to-head:
    Paaske/Rasmussen vs. Fu/Cai (3-1)
    Ha/Kim vs. Fu/Cai (1-0)
    Limpele/Hian vs. Fu/Cai (1-2)

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    pardon me for my ignorance... what does the BYE means???

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    that means they have no opponent for that round and automatically advance into the next round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    that means they have no opponent for that round and automatically advance into the next round.
    Instead of those BYES....they should of put some decent pairs in there. The more the merrier!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawntn
    Instead of those BYES....they should of put some decent pairs in there. The more the merrier!
    They obviously would if they could! (read this if you wonder why...)

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    Thumbs up Sigit/ Trikus to win !!!

    I think my favourite Luluk and Alven will not be able to overcome Lee Dong Soo and Yoo Yong Sung in the second-round.

    I think Anthony Clark and Nathan Robertson should be able to overpower former compatriots Flandy and Eng and blastery Prapakamol Sudket and Ngernsrisuk Patapol in the second and first-round. They will have a tough fight against top seed Lar Paaske and Jonas Rasmussen but they should emerge victorous.

    Sigit and Trikus will defend themselves against Kim Dong Moon and Ha Tae Kwon and Sang Yang Zheng Bo. Their defensive play should be able to counter their opponents' strong attack. They will revenge team-mates Flandy and Eng in their semi-final match against Clark and Robertso. Hopefully, they can meet second-seeds Cai Yun and Fu Hai Feng and retain the Men Doubles Gold Medal for the third time.

    Final Prediction :

    Gold Medal : Sigit / Trikus
    Silver Medal : Cai / Fu
    Bronze : Lee / Yoo

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    Except for Cai/Fu and Eriksen/Lungaard, the other Last 16 matches will be interesting and there are bound to be some upsets. Don't look at the head-to-heads. Head-to-heads mean nothing to these pairs. As for the Last 32 matches, Robertson/Clark has the trickiest tie against a Thai pair.

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    i think now the time for flandy/eng for win, they have everthing the problem only in eng hian that sometimes he play unstable and the opposite can stop flandy/eng is cai/fu but i think they won't reach final because they still young
    theproblem is about mentality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fook90
    I think my favourite Luluk and Alven will not be able to overcome Lee Dong Soo and Yoo Yong Sung in the second-round.

    I think Anthony Clark and Nathan Robertson should be able to overpower former compatriots Flandy and Eng and blastery Prapakamol Sudket and Ngernsrisuk Patapol in the second and first-round. They will have a tough fight against top seed Lar Paaske and Jonas Rasmussen but they should emerge victorous.

    Sigit and Trikus will defend themselves against Kim Dong Moon and Ha Tae Kwon and Sang Yang Zheng Bo. Their defensive play should be able to counter their opponents' strong attack. They will revenge team-mates Flandy and Eng in their semi-final match against Clark and Robertso. Hopefully, they can meet second-seeds Cai Yun and Fu Hai Feng and retain the Men Doubles Gold Medal for the third time.

    Final Prediction :

    Gold Medal : Sigit / Trikus
    Silver Medal : Cai / Fu
    Bronze : Lee / Yoo
    I too would like Sigit and Trikus to win but it is highly unlikely as both play too defensive compared to their opponents, unless Kim and Ha make lots of mistake, I don't see Sigit and Trikus beating them.

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