2010 Japan Open SS Day 6 Finals (26 September 2010)

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  1. ctjcad

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    1. Starting at 12:00 PM XD Nan ZHANG & Yunlei ZHAO vs. Jiaming TAO & Qing TIAN

    2. Followed by WS Yanjiao JIANG vs. Xin WANG

    3. Followed by MS Chong Wei LEE vs. Dan LIN

    4. Followed by MD Kien Keat KOO & Boon Heong TAN vs. Yun CAI & Haifeng FU

    5. Followed by WD Shu CHENG & Yunlei ZHAO vs. Xiaoli WANG & Yang YU
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    CHN squad going for an unprecendeted 3 consecutive tourneys sweep??....or will any of the M'sian representatives foil their plan??..
    At the very least, a lot of the M'sian BCers will flock in here tomorrow..
     
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    2010 Japan Open SS Day 5 Final (26 September 2010)

    Now it's official

    China: 14 --> 10 (71%) --> 8 (80%)
    Korea: 7 --> 0 (0%) --> 0
    Denmark: 4 --> 3 (75%) --> 0
    Indonesia: 4 --> 1 (25%) --> 0
    Malaysia: 3 --> 2 (67%) --> 2 (100%)
    Japan: 3 --> 1 (33%) --> 0
    Taiwan: 2 --> 2 (100%) --> 0
    Thailand: 1 --> 1 ( 100%) --> 0
    Macau: 1 --> 0 ( 0%)
    Vietnam: 1 --> 0 ( 0%)

    Wow, every matches in every category/event is the same as I predicted before
    in QF, I predicted all 7 Korea pairs would be gone. And I was 100% right. that's a 1/2^7 = 0.7% chance.

    This time, I predicted only CHN and MAS survive, I made it right again. This time, the chance is only 1/2^10 = 0.09% chance.
     
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    Mas KL Tower vs China Great WALL OF CHINA.

    now it's up to koo/tan or LCW to prevent china from doing a clean sweep once again!
     
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    MAS players often fails due to pressure, what now to prevent a clean sweep by CHN. Would there be a difference which match is being played first? IMO, KKK/TAN are mentally stronger then LCW.
     
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    Errr, can the mods merge the threads, there're 2 finals thread
     
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    There are 2 finals thread o.o
     
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    There are 2 finals thread o.o
     
  9. drifit

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    both are merged. created minutes apart. both members were typing/creating almost same time but posted split minutes late.
     
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    i dont know what to say on this. Li Ning is humiliating Yonex on their home ground?
    the last 2 Yonex players shall prevent this.
     
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    Good Luck for SEA :D :D
     
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    Yonex need to revert back to their classics with better durability for the likes of AT700 etc, instead of coming up with fancy names for new rackets which are not better than its predecessors.
     
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    2010 Japan Open: CHN could probably do the clean sweep again

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    CHN could probably do the clean sweep again. :):):)

    Good Luck to CHN players.
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    Come on Chris, give us an opinion with some teeth. What's with the "could probably" fence sitting thing? Any Tom, **** and Harry could say that.
     
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    2010 Japan Open: CHN has a 80% chance to do a clean sweep

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    OK, perhaps words are not enough to comment. Perhaps, numbers are required to quantify.

    IMHO, CHN has a 80% chance to do a clean sweep.
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    These are the betting odds offered by bet365:

    Zhang/Zhao vs Tao/Tian: 1/1 vs 18/25
    Jiang vs Wang: 1/1 vs 5/7
    LCW vs LD: 2/1 vs 1/3
    Koo/Tan vs Fu/Cai: 2/1 vs 1/3
    Cheng/Zhao vs Wang/Yu: 9/4 vs 1/3
     
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    80% is very high. That is almost equivalent of LD beating LCW with 90% and CY/FHF beating KKK/TBH with 90%. While LD and CY/FHF should be the favoriate, I dont think the odds are that high. I will put the odds for CY/FHF beating KKK/TBH with 75% and LD beating LCE with 65%. So a little bit less than 50%.


     
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    A rematch of WC 10 MD Final..........I can see Cai/Fu still mantained their form at very high level........its difficault for KKK/TBH to overcome this pair.....KKK/TBH will need to bring out a 120% to beat Cai/Fu.....
     
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    Mental strength wise,
    KKK > TBH > LCW.
     
  20. bayanbaru

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    smashing wise
    TBH > KKK > LCW.
     

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