2010 Thomas/Uber Cup - day 3, May 11th

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  1. ants

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    The chanting went well initially.. But when they did the "You can do it fight fight fight" chant. We start losing. No offence for the cheerleaders. They did well. But personally I hated that chant so much. So annoying and terrible. I don't know who wrote it. I don't like the tune at all.
     
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    I do hope thien how and soon hock play tomorrow.
     
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    i dont think its impossible, remember INA also ever won with younger girl:D
    key is on the doubles for tomorrow
     
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    Speaking of annoying, was anyone tired of the lady who kept on screeching "Korea" "Come on Korea" in the KOR v CHN match? My God, she couldn't take a break. I'm all for cheering but this was too much for me to handle. Maybe it was her voice. Everyone in my section rolled their eyes
     
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    i guess she wasn't a korean cutie?:D
     
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    Is MYk playing tomorow ? Who is stronger for this Mas vs Ina ?
     
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    I think there are too many strikes against a Malaysian win against INA. Their only hope for WS1 and WD1 to win and pray that their WD2 can pull off a miracle. WS2 and WS3 are surely INA's.

    Also I appreciated Sonia Cheah's efforts against Ah Jiao. She fought tooth and nail to the end. She will get physically stronger and be able to handle the speed better as she advances up the ranks.
     
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    I would have throttled her if I could!:D
     
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    IMO all the pieces will have to fall into place perfectly for MAS to win. If INA is smart, play MKY at WS3 in the event of a 2-2 scenario. She should be able to overcome Sonia Cheah relatively easily
     
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    Okay.. What a scenario... So much suspens for this legendary match...
     
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    Agreed, would use the same lineup as the AUS game [​IMG].
     
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    I was there too. I suspect she is 1 of the regular female members here!
     
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    My ears took a beating. :)
     
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    I know you two are from another badminton forum right ?? :cool:


    bencong ?? oohh... [​IMG]
    too sarcasm i think


    wakakak [​IMG]

    calm simon :rolleyes:
    i agree with you [​IMG]

    all the best for Indonesia tomorrow [​IMG]
    I will support with love [​IMG]
     
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    Easy win for Indonesia in TC I bet, but vs The locals it will be on the rubber...

    Semangat Ina Fans ;)
     
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    No, they actually plan to meet up with Chn in QF...........:D:D
     
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    Didnt i said before, dont talk about Chn first,....make sure we can beat JAP first in group stage........

    I just try to be real, not belittle MAS....
     
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    =] ^^, Go China~
     
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    Indonesia (ina (uc))[ina] - [den] Denmark (den (uc)): 5-0

    WS1 Adriyanti Firdasari [INA]
    - [DEN] Camilla Sørensen
    21-11 21-11 1-0
    WD1 Greysia Polii [INA]
    Nitya Krishinda Maheswari [INA]
    - [DEN] Kamilla Rytter Juhl
    [DEN] Christinna Pedersen
    13-21 21-15 21-13 1-0
    WS2 Maria Kristin Yulianti [INA]
    - [DEN] Karina Jørgensen
    21-9 21-6 1-0
    WD2 Shendy Puspa Irawati [INA]
    Lilyana Natsir [INA]
    - [DEN] Lena Frier Kristiansen
    [DEN] Marie Røpke
    21-17 21-17 1-0
    WS3 Lindaweni Fanetri [INA]
    - [DEN] Line Kruse
    21-6 21-12 1-0
     
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    China (chn (tc))[chn] - [kor] Korea (kor (tc)): 4-1

    MS1 Dan Lin [CHN]
    - [KOR] Sung Hwan Park
    21-18 25-23 1-0
    MD1 Yun Cai [CHN]
    Haifeng Fu [CHN]
    - [KOR] Jae Sung Jung
    [KOR] Baek Cheol Shin
    21-11 21-12 1-0
    MS2 Jin Chen [CHN]
    - [KOR] Wan Ho Shon
    21-14 21-13 1-0
    MD2 Zhendong Guo [CHN]
    Xu Chen [CHN]
    - [KOR] Yeon Seong Yoo
    [KOR] Sung Hyun Ko
    19-21 21-19 19-21 0-1
    MS3 Chunlai Bao [CHN]
    - [KOR] Hyun Il Lee
    21-18 21-15 1-0
     

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