2010 Asian Games: How many Badminton titles can China win?

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2010 Asian Games: How many Badminton titles can China win?

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  1. j4ckie

    j4ckie Regular Member

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    Well we can't always have what we want ;) Zhao Yunlei seems to be in great shape, so maybe they can take the title, but I'm pretty convinced HHB/YY will win against the Koreans....
     
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    I believe it's He Hanbin and Ma Jin :). Although her play has delclined, I still like Lee Hyo Jung. I hope she can come up with a blinder
     
  3. OneToughBirdie

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    Of course I voted....6 golds to CHN....also, I said CHN MD is the missing gold cos CY/FHF already won 4 straight SS, I doubt they do a 5th...not that they are not good, they are good but the laws of probability of consecutive 5 wins.
     
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    Now, own up....you secretly voted CHN 1 gold, didn't you? You can run but cannot hide...hmmmmm:D;):p
     
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    The only vote I casted was for HHY to join my ambulance nursing crew :p:p:D:D
     
  6. j4ckie

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    Whoops. Of course :D
     
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    I think China would still be happy with winning 5 or 6 Badminton GOLD medals.

    In the Team Events, China has won 2.

    In the Individual Events, China has won another 2; the Womens Singles and Womens Doubles, although missing out in the Mens Doubles title.

    In the Mens Singles and Mixed Doubles, China has a good chance to capture these 2 titles.
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    ..wow, that's a first for me, "laws of probability of consecutive 5 wins"!:eek:
    Btw, CY & FHF have only won 2 straight SS (they attended the AE and KO SS this yr, but lost both); before they won the 2 SS, they won the WC..so, maybe you want to rename the theory to "laws of probability of consecutive 4 wins"??..;)
     
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    Typo...probability tells us they are not likely to pull a 5th straight, and as you said and I said previously too, MD is very evenly contested...not clear favorite...who peak on game day has the edge to win.
     
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    That is exactly what I meant...4 straight high level tournaments...SS, WC, whatever.
     
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    Well, at least my jinx still work, my vote are wrong as usual :D
     
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    So you must have voted for one of these; 1, 3, 4 or 7 ? :):):)
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    Ahahaha, no further investigation please :D
     
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    2010 Asian Games Individual Event: Could Korean XD pair take a Gold medal from China?

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    In the Mixed Doubles, the Korean pair (Shin Baekcheoul/Lee HyoJung) has just defeated the China pair (He Hanbin/Ma Jin) at the Semi-Finals.

    The Koreans will be facing China pair (Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei) at the Final.

    Could the Korean XD pair take a Gold medal from China?
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    I have started a new thread, found located at;
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...vidual-Event-Badminton-Final-Day-(21-Nov-2010)

     
  16. j4ckie

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    I'm rooting for ZN/ZY, and they seem to be in good shape - and their semifinal was less taxing than that of SBC/LHJ, I hope that makes a difference :p
    Zhang/Zhao for Olympics 2012! :D
     
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    I'm sure the chinese xd will be EXTRA CAREFUL when playing against the Korean xd this time..;)

    Anyway, i hope the koreans fairy tale in this tournament continues till the end.
    Meanwhile for LCW, all the best to him 2moro:D
     
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    Hehe. I'm still hoping the Chinese combination will prevail :D But yeah, all the best to LCW - he really deserves to win this, but LD is gonna be hard to beat. He seems to be in great shape, didnt peak as early as Fu/Cai....and winning the semifinal in straight games will only boost his confidence even more...
     
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    You just want to see Koreans rolling on the floor in a suggestive manner that's all :p:p
     
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    Nah, i just wanna see upset;)
     

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