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    Default Dates and Venues for the T/U Cup Qualifiers.

    1.Thomas and Uber Cup Continental Stage-Pan America[13-18th february 2006]-Lima
    2.Thomas and Uber Cup Continental Stage-Asia[13th-19th feb 2006]-Jaipur,India
    3.Thomas and Uber Cup Continental Stage-Europe[14th-19th feb 2006]-Thessalonica,Greece
    4.Thomas and Uber Cup Continental Stage-Africa[20th -22nd feb 2006]-Rosehill
    5.Thomas and Uber Cup Continental Stage-Oceania[8th-9th feb]-Auckland,New Zealand

    [As obtained from the official IBF website]
    I have a basic question-how many teams from each continent qualify?Sorry i am not sure.

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    Africa: 1/1
    America: 1/1
    Asia: 4/4
    Europe: 3/3
    Oceania: 1/1
    Host: 1/1 - Japan/Japan
    D Champion: 1/1 - China/China
    Total: 12/12

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    Quote Originally Posted by cxytdn
    Asia: 4/4
    Europe: 3/3
    Competitions will be intense in this 2 region. Here's my predictions:
    THOMAS CUP likely qualifiers:
    Asia -- Indonesia, Malaysia, Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand or Hong Kong (with Ng Wei, Chan Yan Kit, and a good first double, they will trouble Thailand)
    Europe -- Denmark, England, Germany
    Dark-Horse -- Holland

    UBER CUP likely qualifiers
    Asia -- very very tough...with Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Hong Kong fighting for 4 places. On paper, Korea and Malaysia should qualify, the other teams' qualifications will depend on draws and forms on the day.
    Europe -- similar situation, with Denmark, Holland, Germany, and England fighting for 3 places. Denmark and England are strong in doubles, while Holland is especially strong in singles. Germany could steal 2 points from their first single and first doubles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaN_fAn
    2.Thomas and Uber Cup Continental Stage-Asia[13th-19th feb 2006]-Jaipur,India
    sorry , i am idiot , but i wonder if it means India or Indonesia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kemana
    sorry , i am idiot , but i wonder if it means India or Indonesia?
    Jaipur is in India

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitsansh
    Jaipur is in India
    nitsansh in here

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitsansh
    Jaipur is in India
    thank you finally someone answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania
    Competitions will be intense in this 2 region. Here's my predictions:
    THOMAS CUP likely qualifiers:
    Asia -- Indonesia, Malaysia, Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand or Hong Kong (with Ng Wei, Chan Yan Kit, and a good first double, they will trouble Thailand)
    Europe -- Denmark, England, Germany
    Dark-Horse -- Holland

    UBER CUP likely qualifiers
    Asia -- very very tough...with Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Hong Kong fighting for 4 places. On paper, Korea and Malaysia should qualify, the other teams' qualifications will depend on draws and forms on the day.
    Europe -- similar situation, with Denmark, Holland, Germany, and England fighting for 3 places. Denmark and England are strong in doubles, while Holland is especially strong in singles. Germany could steal 2 points from their first single and first doubles.
    my predictions! :P
    THOMAS CUP
    Asia- Indonesia (taufik, candra-sigit, sony), Malaysia (chong wei, chong ming-kien keit, hafiz, tan fook-wan wah), Korea (hyun il, jae jin-jae sung), Thailand (boonsak, sudket pair and this 2nd singles guy with a really long name i saw in last yr's qualification in malaysia super cant remember his name... cant even pronounce but he's quite good)
    Europe- Denmark, England, Holland

    UBER CUP
    Asia- Korea (jae youn, hyo jung-kyung won), Malaysia (mew choo, ee hui-pei tty), Thailand (salakjit, saralee-sathinee), Japan (kanako yonekura, reiko-kuniko, eriko hirose) (though indonesia and singapore quite strong too)
    Europe- Denmark, England, Holland

    dunno la.. just my opinion... too early to predict anyways

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