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  • CHN 3 : 0 KOR

    2 6.90%
  • CHN 3 : 1 KOR

    10 34.48%
  • CHN 3 : 2 KOR

    2 6.90%
  • CHN 2 : 3 KOR

    13 44.83%
  • CHN 1 : 3 KOR

    1 3.45%
  • CHN 0 : 3 KOR

    1 3.45%
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    The start time does not sit well with us on the west coast - 4am. I'll have to set my alarm to "grenade explosion" to get me up

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    this is the lineup as reported by Chinese media:

    XD: Zheng Bo / Yu Yang vs. Lee Yong Dae / Lee Hyo Jung
    MS: LD vs. PSH
    MD: CY/FHF vs. LYD / JJS
    WS: WYH vs. HHY
    WD: YY/DJ vs. LKW/LHJ
    Thinking about the XD combination again, I guess LYB doesn't want to leave anything to chance, pulling the senior players from each pair to form a "super pair"

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    I think so far till today, nobody can go against China in group tournament. Their team are so balanced and strong. Hard to win them. Nevertheless, Korea vs China should be an interesting one. Seeing yesterday's men's double where KKK/TBH managed to put up a good fight against CY/FHF, I guess Lee/Jung will get a point for Korea here.

    Letz just wait and see wether Korea can triump China. =P

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    wow, Zheng Bo is playing with Yu Yang in XD, surely would cause some threats to LYD and LHJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    this is the lineup as reported by Chinese media:

    XD: Zheng Bo / Yu Yang vs. Lee Yong Dae / Lee Hyo Jung
    MS: LD vs. PSH
    MD: CY/FHF vs. LYD / JJS
    WS: WYH vs. HHY
    WD: YY/DJ vs. LKW/LHJ
    ..they're not giving much time for LYD to rest, i guess.....

    *yawning* again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..they're not giving much time for LYD to rest, i guess.....
    Who determines the order of play? Is there a system or do the organizers have the last say?

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    Default Nerves of steel..

    ..i want to see if LYD & LHJ have the "Nerves of steel" or not, after their Olympics experience last yr..They are, essentially, being handed the whole responsibility of winning this cup..Right off the bat, they will be under tremendous pressure to win the XD event..
    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Who determines the order of play? Is there a system or do the organizers have the last say?
    ..beats me...
    All i know is that, it is nearly the same lineup which was used in the 2007 SC. The only difference is they played the WS event before the MS, in 2007.
    Last edited by ctjcad; 05-17-2009 at 01:33 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    I'll say CHN should get the 2 points from singles. the other 3 doubles are fairly even with KOR with upper hand for MD and CHN with WD. XD will be a true 50/50. so, CHN needs a point from the 3 doubles that should be do-able.
    Haha yes... China will take 2 singles... then for the doubles... it's 50-50... so the probability is they will take 1.5 games, so mathematically China should win 3-2... which is good, we can watch the final a little longer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Choyonn View Post
    Haha yes... China will take 2 singles... then for the doubles... it's 50-50... so the probability is they will take 1.5 games, so mathematically China should win 3-2... which is good, we can watch the final a little longer...
    actually, if all of the doubles games China and Korea are 50/50, then mathematically, for China to win at least one match, is 1 - winning zero match.

    the probably of China winning zero match is 0.5 * 0.5 * 0.5 = 0.125

    1 - 0.125 = 0.875

    so China has a probably of 0.875 to win at least one doubles match.

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    If it comes down to the last match tied at 2-2, I'd say all bets are off. CHN will be under as much pressure as KOR. And the KOR girls are no pansies either. If any pair can give Du/Yu a run for their money, it's these 2.

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    i think this final will be damn exciting.

    the only bad part about it is that it will be 4am over here in pacific coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    i think this final will be damn exciting.

    the only bad part about it is that it will be 4am over here in pacific coast.
    Set your alarm to "Grenade Explosion" mode too

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    If it comes down to the last match tied at 2-2, I'd say all bets are off. CHN will be under as much pressure as KOR. And the KOR girls are no pansies either. If any pair can give Du/Yu a run for their money, it's these 2.
    Would the crowd will give Du/Yu a huge advantage over Lee/Lee?

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    Default It will be (damn) exciting..

    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    i think this final will be damn exciting.

    the only bad part about it is that it will be 4am over here in pacific coast.
    ..if and only if the KORs can win the XD event. It's theirs for the taking, they win it and they win the MD and they are set for the last match of the day. Do or die, winners take all...and all of us watching get the best treat..muahahahaha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    actually, if all of the doubles games China and Korea are 50/50, then mathematically, for China to win at least one match, is 1 - winning zero match.

    the probably of China winning zero match is 0.5 * 0.5 * 0.5 = 0.125

    1 - 0.125 = 0.875

    so China has a probably of 0.875 to win at least one doubles match.
    Haha I bet that doubles match should be MD, XD is a little tough for china, and WD, too much pressure, anything can happen... so the best chance is MD

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwin View Post
    Would the crowd will give Du/Yu a huge advantage over Lee/Lee?
    Could go both ways. I don't see the KOR pair melting if they get this far. They are quite experienced and have come up against partisan crowds before

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    i really hope that Korea will win today!!

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