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11-09-2011, 09:40 PM #120
Thailand Badminton Squad for 26th SEA Games,
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11-09-2011, 11:38 PM #121
Women Team Gold Medal for Thailand maybe around 90%.
though opponent :3
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11-09-2011, 11:52 PM #122
Women team is either Thailand or Indonesia and I think it is 70-30
Women single is 80% will go to Thailand, Inthanon or Porntip.
INA should get Men Team, XD and likely to get MD, WD. MS may go to Vietnam(NTM) but Taufik at home used to be hard to beat.
11-10-2011, 12:07 AM #123
where's the players list for MAS team?
11-10-2011, 12:47 AM #124
11-10-2011, 12:51 AM #125
11-10-2011, 12:51 AM #126
11-10-2011, 12:54 AM #127
11-10-2011, 12:57 AM #128
11-10-2011, 01:25 AM #129
According to this, http://www.bam.org.my/index.php?opti...ews&Itemid=181
MAS women team will be Tee Jing Yi, Lydia, Sonia, Vivian/Woon, Goh Liu Ying/Sabrina Chong
Men team without LCW and Koo/Tan would probably weak except for maybe MD, depending on who they will send.
11-10-2011, 02:17 AM #130
11-10-2011, 06:08 AM #131
11-10-2011, 07:08 AM #132
Seems we must wait until very last minute to know about complete entry list and the draw despite team event competition will be started on Saturday
11-10-2011, 07:16 AM #133
Ready to make amends
THE DARK HORSES: BADMINTON
The Straits Times
In our SEA Games countdown, we switch our focus to the dark horses who can help deliver Singapore's 48 golds. Today: Badminton and sport climbing Women's doubles pair better prepared to land title they lost narrowly.
Published on Nov 9, 2011
By Jonathan Wong
RARELY does life offer second chances. But for national shuttler Shinta Mulia Sari, this SEA Games will provide an opportunity for redemption.
Two years ago at the last edition in Laos, she and partner Yao Lei made the women's SEA Games doubles final, to lie on the brink of becoming the first Singaporeans to win the event.
Nerves took over though and they froze with the spotlight on them, walking away bitterly disappointed with just silver medals around their necks.
Ashton Chen, Huang Chao, Liu Yi, Ngo Yi Chye, Johnathan Tang, Chayut Triyachart, Gerald Ong, Derek Wong, Jeffrey Wong, Terry Yeo
Chen Jiayuan, Fu Mingtian, Gu Juan, Liang Xiaoyu, Vanessa Neo, Shinta Mulia Sari, Thng Ting Ting, Xing Aiying, Yao Lei
How Singapore fared in 2009
One silver and two bronzes
ST medal prediction
Winning gold in Indonesia's backyard will be a tall order, especially with other powerhouses like Malaysia and Thailand present. But a couple of silvers are not out of reach for Singapore's women, who will pose challenges in the team, singles and doubles events.
This time will be different, vowed Shinta. 'We're more confident of ourselves.
They should be after becoming the first locals to win a Super Series title with their 2010 Singapore Open triumph.
But their form has dipped worryingly since then. They have won just two small events in Belgium and Ukraine and failed to reach the quarter-finals in their last two tournaments.
They will head into the Nov 11-22 Games as the fourth seeds behind teams from Indonesia and Thailand.
Said national doubles coach Eng Hian: 'I'm not satisfied with the way they've been performing. Since they won the Singapore Open, they have struggled to handle the expectations on them. But they are improving and learning to deal with such things.'
Singles player Gu Juan is another who has received greater attention since her own breakthrough moment this year when she made the last eight of the All-England Championships in Birmingham.
She was the first Singaporean woman to progress to that stage of the tournament - badminton's oldest and one of its most prestigious - since Zarinah Abdullah in 1994.
'No one noticed me in the past but now my opponents watch videos of me to prepare playing against me,' said Gu, who was ranked 321st in April last year but is now 18th in the world.
She is likely to be seeded third in Jakarta, behind Thais Porntip Buranaprasertsuk (world No. 12) and 2009 runner-up Inthanon Ratchanok (No. 13). Teammate Fu Mingtian (No.25) is the next highest ranked woman in the singles.
Besides the women's team event, Singapore Badminton Association chief executive Bobby Lee has identified the women's singles and doubles events as his picks for the Republic's medal chances.
It will not be an easy task, however, with the presence of badminton powerhouses Thailand, Malaysia and hosts Indonesia, who have dominated the biennial Games since its inception in 1959.
Besides two successes by Singapore (Wong Shoon Keat winning the men's singles in 1983 and the women's team taking gold in 2003), no country outside these three have won a gold medal.
Another major obstacle to overcome will be the partisan crowd in Jakarta. The last time the biennial Games was held in the capital in 1997, the hosts swept all seven events.
Said Shinta: 'It's going to be crazy down there, especially if we play Indonesia in the finals. But we're ready to handle the occasion.'
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11-10-2011, 07:59 AM #134
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