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    Thumbs up 2011 All England: Day 6 Sunday 13-March (Finals Day)

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    2011 All England: Day 6 Sunday 13-March (Finals Day)

    The schedule of matches can be found located at;

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...669&d=20110313

    MS: Lee Chong Wei [1]-vs-Lin Dan [3]
    WS: Wang Shixian [1]-vs-Eriko Hirose
    WD: Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang [3]-vs-Mizuki Fujii/Reika Kakiiwa
    XD: Sudket Prapakamol/Saralee Thoungthongkam [3]-vs-Xu Chen/Ma Jin
    MD: Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen [1]-vs-Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong [5]
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    A breakdown of the Finals by countries:

    MS: CHN 1, MAS 1
    WS: CHN 1, JPN 1
    MD: DEN 1, MAS 1
    WD: CHN 1, JPN 1
    XD: CHN 1, THA 1

    Total: CHN 4, JPN 2, MAS 2, DEN 1, THA 1

    By continent: Asia 9, Europe 1

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    the order of play showed on astro was that LCW vs LD will be the final match.. another change made by the organizer?

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    They're not ordered yet on TS.

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    LD over LCW (close one)
    WSX over Eriko (fairly comfortably)
    BoMo over KKK/TBH (in a classic)
    YY/WXL over Fujii/Kakiiwa (a proper steamrolling)
    Sudket/Saralee over XC/MJ (Thais peaking at the right time)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gicutzu View Post
    A breakdown of the Finals by countries:

    MS: CHN 1, MAS 1
    WS: CHN 1, JPN 1
    MD: DEN 1, MAS 1
    WD: CHN 1, JPN 1
    XD: CHN 1, THA 1

    Total: CHN 4, JPN 2, MAS 2, DEN 1, THA 1

    By continent: Asia 9, Europe 1
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    Don't know if the CHN team/coaches have analysed their opponents' ability/skill (2 from JPN, and 1 from THA); Although much analysis have been done on LCW (from MAS).

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Don't know if the CHN team/coaches have analysed their opponents' ability/skill (2 from JPN, and 1 from THA); Although much analysis have been done on LCW (from MAS).

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    Of course they will have. They are coaches aren't they? Every opponent is dangerous, even more so the less familiar ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eRa@에라 View Post
    the order of play showed on astro was that LCW vs LD will be the final match.. another change made by the organizer?
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    I have another look at the schedule. It has been changed (just minutes ago) to;

    (1) WS: Wang Shixian [1]-vs-Eriko Hirose
    (2) MD: Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen [1]-vs-Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong [5]
    (3) WD: Wang Xiaoli/Yu Yang [3]-vs-Mizuki Fujii/Reika Kakiiwa
    (4) XD: Sudket Prapakamol/Saralee Thoungthongkam [3]-vs-Xu Chen/Ma Jin
    (5) MS: Lee Chong Wei [1]-vs-Lin Dan [3]

    Hope that all players/coaches have been informed.
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    For all North Americans who are planning to wake up (especially earlier on the west coast) to watch, our clocks go forward at 2:00am.

    For the East Coast, the noon (GMT) start = 8:00am
    For the West Coast, the noon (GMT) start = 5:00am

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    For all North Americans who are planning to wake up (especially earlier on the west coast) to watch, our clocks go forward at 2:00am.

    For the East Coast, the noon (GMT) start = 8:00am
    For the West Coast, the noon (GMT) start = 5:00am

    End of public service broadcast
    Yeah Day Light Saving starts tonight...!!!

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    LCW over LD - is about time!
    WSX over Eriko - WSX is at the top of her game!
    KKK/TBH over BoMo - for some reasons KKK/TBH are confident when they play BoMo!
    Fujii Kaiiwa over YY/WXL - Just love to see the Japanese succeed!
    XC/MJ over Sudket/Saralee - Go MJ!
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    It's the first time Malaysia has 2 entries in the finals since 1996 !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom_bad View Post
    It's the first time Malaysia has 2 entries in the finals since 1996 !!
    Yes, Rashid Sidek and Cheah Soon Kit/Yap Kim Hock back then. MS and MD, just like now.

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    exactly

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    Ah Koo/Ah Tan were the surprise of the 2011 AE reaching their 2nd final where they will meet CM/MB the top seed who almost lost in their 1st game against CB/GZD.
    CB/GZD were unfortunate to incur a few service faults and the comment from Iain Wright was that the service judge was correct in his calls.
    CB was rather unsporting when he refused to shake the hand of the service judge at the end of the match and instead pointed his thumb down.
    It is hoped that Ah Koo/Ah Tan win their 2nd AE title now that they appear to have made amends.
    Last edited by skchen; 03-12-2011 at 05:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skchen View Post
    Ah Koo/Ah Tan were the surprise of the 2011 AE reaching their 2nd final where they will meet CM/MB the top seed who almost lost in their 1st game against CB/GZD.
    CB/GZD were unfortunate to incur a few service faults and the comment from Iain Wright was that the service judge was correct in his calls.
    CB was rather unsporting when he refused to shake the hand of the service judge at the end of the match and instead pointed his thumb down.

    It is hoped that Ah Koo/Ah Tan win their 2nd AE title now that they appear to have made amends.
    Re. CB–someone mentioned he gave a thumbs up, not down. Should be clarified

    Re. Koo/Tan–I'm sure the Danish fans are not hoping for that result

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post

    Re. Koo/Tan–I'm sure the Danish fans are not hoping for that result

    really ?

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