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    Updated stats after BWF 2009 INA Open:

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    Default ^^Very fast turnaround time...^^

    ..that was quick, my man...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..that was quick, my man...
    Now it's NP with updating; just reflect on it.

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    Default ^^You still owe us..^^

    ..the overall record for each of the top 10 MD pairs, at the end of 2008...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..the overall record for each of the top 10 MD pairs, at the end of 2008...
    Sorry, I'm just interest in Most Recent stats; 1 or 1.5 yrs time span would be enough in the fast-changing MD world. If you need it, you can easily calculate it with the master table by yourself.

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    Default H2H Stats after WC 2009

    There were two matches in WC 2009 between the top MD players in the table.

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    Enjoy~
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    To reflect the WC 2009:

    1. The top three (in the absence of MK/HS) teams have played each other and showed they are real top of the world badminton.

    2. KKK/TBH lost their winning game to JJS/LYD as losing their concentration at the final stage, which is their on-going problem. (So, KKK/TBH's chance in the table a bit decreased.)

    3. More experienced WC champion, CY/FHF, could manage the games to the victory after long rallies. Especially, while the CHN team making less errors, the KOR duo committed more mistakes, both unusual. (CY/FHF's chance quite improved reducing the margin with the top, JJS/LYD.)

    - A minor one was the advancement of TG/Howard Bach of USA, who beat MB/CM. But I doubt Howard can continue to make it and Tony is getting old - he tends to lose his focus in the rubber set in recent tournaments, even though he showed some consistency in this WC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narnia View Post
    To reflect the WC 2009:

    1. The top three (in the absence of MK/HS) teams have played each other and showed they are real top of the world badminton.

    2. KKK/TBH lost their winning game to JJS/LYD as losing their concentration at the final stage, which is their on-going problem.

    3. More experienced WC champion, CY/FHF, could manage the games to the victory after long rallies. Especially, while the CHN team making less errors, the KOR duo committed more mistakes, both unusual.

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    so,the false top 4:fuzzy
    they almost beat twice wc cai/fu in semis,no comment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    so,the false top 4:fuzzy
    they almost beat twice wc cai/fu in semis,no comment?
    In my past calculation for the Fuzzy team, it was about 20% against the top players in the table, so they were out.

    Fuzzy team's performance is fuzzy, that's the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narnia View Post
    In my past calculation for the Fuzzy team, it was about 20% against the top players in the table, so they were out.

    Fuzzy team's performance is fuzzy, that's the problem.
    haha,so,fu/cai will face problem when opponent are fuzzy,hehe
    next time ask koo/tan become dizzy too

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    so will lee yong dae/jung jae sung bounce back to become stronger next time? we will see

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    unfortunately, jjs/lyd fell short to beat fu/cai in the world most prestigiuous badminton tournament, the world champions! they can beat any pair in the world in other tournaments, but they just fell short to beat their final opponent to win the wc..nevermind, they can try again next year..

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    Default H2H Stats after 2009 Denmark Open

    As KKK/TBH beat two top danish teams while grabbing the 2009 Denmark Open Title, they got up to the 3rd place in the H2H Stats among the top MD teams in the world. In the contrast, MK/HS got down to the 4th position by losing to Boe/Mogensen.

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    Default Stats Stats Stats

    Everyone can use statistics. Let's see how the top 4 ranks in term of winning the big tournament they participate in (SS+SSM tourney, WC and OG, sorry, no fancy excel coloring for u )

    2008
    MK/HS: 5/11 -> OG 2008 champ
    LYD/JJS: 4/8
    CY/FHF: 1/7
    KKK/TBH: 1/10

    2009
    CY/FHF: 2/5 -> WC 2009 champ + all appearance results in either being the champ or runner up.
    LYD/JJS: 2/5
    KKK/TBH: 2/8
    MK/HS: 1/6

    Quite a different picture eh? MK/HS lead the pack in 2008, while CY/FHF is in the lead for 2009. A couple more tourney to go to conclude 2009.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narnia View Post
    As KKK/TBH beat two top danish teams while grabbing the 2009 Denmark Open Title, they got up to the 3rd place in the H2H Stats among the top MD teams in the world. In the contrast, MK/HS got down to the 4th position by losing to Boe/Mogensen.

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    Sorry guys , statistic doesnt prove anything especially when their are so many variances ..

    CY/FHF are still the best pairing in MD IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    Sorry guys , statistic doesnt prove anything especially when their are so many variances ..

    CY/FHF are still the best pairing in MD IMO
    there's no statistic without variance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonlovers View Post
    there's no statistic without variance...
    Stats says the truth among the strongest players.

    "The real strongest only reveals by fighting against the other strongest."


    Don't hit the bushes.


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