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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    TC: Canada 3-0 USA. Canada moves on to TC proper
    UC: Canada 1-3 USA. USA moves on to UC proper

    I think Canada really missed Anna Rice in the UC qualifying. She could have made the difference in qualifying
    Interesting, Howard Bach played 3rd Men Single for the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wong8Egg View Post
    Interesting, Howard Bach played 3rd Men Single for the US.
    they were short of warm bodies

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    Default Well...it'll be the 2 North American squads afterall..

    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    TC: Canada 3-0 USA. Canada moves on to TC proper
    UC: Canada 1-3 USA. USA moves on to UC proper

    I think Canada really missed Anna Rice in the UC qualifying. She could have made the difference in qualifying
    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post
    Congratulations to both Canada and USA, the USA women was able to turn the tables in the final.
    ...on that note, GO NORTH AMERICA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    TC: Canada 3-0 USA. Canada moves on to TC proper
    UC: Canada 1-3 USA. USA moves on to UC proper

    I think Canada really missed Anna Rice in the UC qualifying. She could have made the difference in qualifying
    In group stage match of Uber Cup, CAN won over USA with narrow score 3-2 maybe US team has learnt a lot how to beat Canada in final day and they did it. Welcome to Jakarta for both teams!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    In group stage match of Uber Cup, CAN won over USA with narrow score 3-2 maybe US team has learnt a lot how to beat Canada in final day and they did it. Welcome to Jakarta for both teams!
    ..i think it's more so that team USA decided to play the card right by having Eva Lee just play in WD Doubles, while saving her for the Finals in WS1; Jamie Subandhi also wasn't featured in the group match play, the day earlier, thus the U.S. squad had an extra fresh body.
    While on the other hand, Canada featured and used exactly the same players for both days. Fatigue also could fall in??..
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...19056&match=30
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...19056&match=39

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    In group stage match of Uber Cup, CAN won over USA with narrow score 3-2 maybe US team has learnt a lot how to beat Canada in final day and they did it. Welcome to Jakarta for both teams!
    On the basis of the Women's line-ups, I'd have been very surprised if Canada had won twice in a row. Even when Canada beat USA in the group stage, the matches were quite close; you could say it could gone either way then. There is a good crop of youngsters coming through the ranks in the women's game in Canada so we'll see in a few years if they'll be better. Congrats to the US and best of luck in the UC finals.

    As for the men's, Canada pretty much fielded its strongest team, with an exception or two. In any case our men's singles was significantly stronger than what the US could offer. We didn't need to expose our doubles. Ah well, at least one of two made it to Jakarta.

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