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    INA seems going to kind of let go this match with their line up,......i wonder why they dont place like kido for MS, SS/SDK for MD and Polii for WS......it will be more fun to watch.....

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    Indonesia vs China

    1 MD Hendra Setiawan / Mohammad Ahsan vs Cai Yun / Fu Haifeng

    2 WS Maria Kristin Yulianti vs Wang Yihan

    3 MS Simon Santoso vs Lin Dan

    4 WD Greysia Polii / Nitya Krishinda Maheswari vs Du Jing / Yu Yang

    5 XD Devin Lahardi Fitriawan / Lita Nurlita vs Zheng Bo / Ma Jin

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    INA is saving their "big guns" for the SF against KOREA... sensible strategy.

    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    Indonesia vs China

    1 MD Hendra Setiawan / Mohammad Ahsan vs Cai Yun / Fu Haifeng

    2 WS Maria Kristin Yulianti vs Wang Yihan

    3 MS Simon Santoso vs Lin Dan

    4 WD Greysia Polii / Nitya Krishinda Maheswari vs Du Jing / Yu Yang

    5 XD Devin Lahardi Fitriawan / Lita Nurlita vs Zheng Bo / Ma Jin

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    Denmark vs Malaysia

    1 XD Thomas Laybourn / Kamilla Rytter Juhl vs Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari / Wong Pei Tty

    2 MS Jan O Jorgensen vs Lee Chong Wei

    3 MD Lars Paaske / Jonas Rasmussen vs Koo Kean Keat / Tan Boon Heong

    4 WS Nanna Brosolat Jensen vs Wong Mew Choo

    5 WD Kamilla Rytter Juhl / Lena Frier Kristiansen vs Chin Eei Hui / Wong Pei Tty


    Anyone has the H2H record for the WDs? It could really boil down to this last match ! In my opinion, the 1st 2 matches cud be split between DEN (XD) and MAS (MS). MD and WS is 50:50 both KKK/TBH and WMC look unconvincing . So it boils down to WD as the decider. What a cracker this gonna be....!
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    Quote Originally Posted by copadh View Post
    Just lucky to be here...

    thank you for the background about Ashton, he's very promising player.
    hope NED WD beat RUS in other court, and your WD win, SIN will fight against THA for a place in Group 1 in 2011
    Oh so you're the man in the right place!

    I have to day kudos to SIN's young WD team for defeating the bigger-sized Polish ladies (they must be bigger right?) 21-18 and put SIN top of the Group to meet THA for promotion to Div 1 (like football).

    Hope our XD pair can win to give SIN greater confidence in their next encounter.

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    Sweden, once was European giant, finally saves their place in Group 3, beat Australia 3-1.

    Sweden played in Group 1 in 2005, relegated to play in Group 2 (2007), and again relegated to play in Group 3 this year. So happy they are not relegated again, three times in a row...
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    Quote Originally Posted by copadh View Post
    Just check the rules again, Singapore won't have a chance to take 1st place in Group 2B if Russia win against the Netherlands. Head to head between SIN and RUS come first, and Russia beat Singapore 3-2...
    Wah, very sporting huh!

    But, SIN beat NED 4-1 and RUS managed only 3-2 against them.
    So we may yet be leaders!

    And Poland beat Russia 3-2! But SIN beat POL already even if it is 3-2.
    So how?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Wah, very sporting huh!
    Well, I might be wrong
    RUS already clinched their tie, win 3-2 against NED.
    SIN XD still on the court. Let's see what the latest standing will be
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    INA seems going to kind of let go this match with their line up,......i wonder why they dont place like kido for MS, SS/SDK for MD and Polii for WS......it will be more fun to watch.....
    I know u r kidding but Kido's knees are not fully recovered and he needs more rest than the rest. It would be the stupidest decision to let Kido playing singles.

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    Guangzhou Gymansium is so quiet.... POL XD lead in interval, 11-8, and the crowds were busy with themselves....no claps...

    come on, this is a stadium or cemetery?

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    Hendra Setiawan/Mohd Ahsan are probably the fittest among the 6 MD players and they have been trained in case they are needed as a scratch pair (like tonight) against CHN and more importantly against KOR in the SF. A victory in the SF against the reigning All-England champion Fu Haifeng/Cai Yun will certainly boost their confidence ahead of the anticipated tie against Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae in the SF on Saturday.

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    Anyone know whc channel will be showing the match btw mas and denmark later?

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    Quote Originally Posted by markchan View Post
    Anyone has the H2H record for the WDs? It could really boil down to this last match ! In my opinion, the 1st 2 matches cud be split between DEN (XD) and MAS (MS). MD and WS is 50:50 both KKK/TBH and WMC look unconvincing . So it boils down to WD as the decider. What a cracker this gonna be....!
    U can find it here but it's currently under rennovation. I'm surprised that u don't know this site. Maybe u do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Wah, very sporting huh!

    But, SIN beat NED 4-1 and RUS managed only 3-2 against them.
    So we may yet be leaders!

    And Poland beat Russia 3-2! But SIN beat POL already even if it is 3-2.
    So how?
    Yup, Copadh is right, if two teams are on equal pts, head to head records come first and not the number of matches won and lost.

    This was the same situation during Malaysia's victorious Thomas Cup campaign of 1992, they were 2nd in the group cos they lost to Korea despite superior win-loss match ratio.

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    waiting for night matches...

    Funny, they play "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" in the stadium...
    christmas on May?

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    Quote Originally Posted by markchan View Post
    Anyone has the H2H record for the WDs? It could really boil down to this last match ! In my opinion, the 1st 2 matches cud be split between DEN (XD) and MAS (MS). MD and WS is 50:50 both KKK/TBH and WMC look unconvincing . So it boils down to WD as the decider. What a cracker this gonna be....!
    I think H2H is 2:1 to MAS. But i think last meet was 2007 Sudirman cup when score was 2:2 and MAS pair lost a tight game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pramilainc View Post
    I think H2H is 2:1 to MAS. But i think last meet was 2007 Sudirman cup when score was 2:2 and MAS pair lost a tight game.
    My bad. wasnt 2:2, but MAS still lost.

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...5F7D&match=905

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