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

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  1. Jimmy_Goh

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    India (ind (tc))[ind] - [aus] Australia (aus (tc)): 4-1

    MS1 Kashyap Parupalli [IND]
    - [AUS] Jeff Tho
    21-8 21-10 1-0
    MS2 Arvind Bhatt [IND]
    - [AUS] Chad Whitehead
    21-6 21-12 1-0
    MS3 Gurusaidutt R.M.V [IND]
    - [AUS] Stuart Gomez
    21-15 21-13 1-0
    MD1 Sanave Thomas [IND]
    Rupesh Kumar [IND]
    - [AUS] Glenn Warfe
    [AUS] Ross Smith
    20-22 18-21 0-1
    MD2 Diju Viliyaveetil [IND]
    Akshay Dewalkar [IND]
    - [AUS] Raj Veeran
    [AUS] Chad Whitehead
    21-12 21-17 1-0
     
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    Japan (jpn (uc))[jpn] - [rus] Russia (rus (uc)): 5-0

    WS1 Eriko Hirose [JPN]
    - [RUS] Ella Diehl
    21-18 21-10 1-0
    WD1 Satoko Suetsuna [JPN]
    Miyuki Maeda [JPN]
    - [RUS] Valeria Sorokina
    [RUS] Nina Vislova
    17-21 21-10 21-16 1-0
    WS2 Ai Goto [JPN]
    - [RUS] Olga Golovanova
    21-16 21-10 1-0
    WS3 Sayaka Sato [JPN]
    - [RUS] Natalia Perminova
    21-13 21-10 1-0
     
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    Malaysia (mas (tc))[mas] - [jpn] Japan (jpn (tc)): 2-3

    MS1 Chong Wei Lee [MAS]
    - [JPN] Kenichi Tago
    21-12 21-13 1-0
    MD1 Kean Keat Koo [MAS]
    Boon Heong Tan [MAS]
    - [JPN] Noriyasu Hirata
    [JPN] Hirokatsu Hashimoto
    21-13 21-17 1-0
    MS2 Choong Han Wong [MAS]
    - [JPN] Sho Sasaki
    17-21 18-21 0-1
    MD2 Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari [MAS]
    Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif [MAS]
    - [JPN] Kenichi Hayakawa
    [JPN] Kenta Kazuno
    15-21 12-21 0-1
    MS3 Mohd Hafiz Hashim [MAS]
    - [JPN] Shoji Sato
    10-21 21-14 18-21 0-1
     
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    China (chn (uc))[chn] - [mas] Malaysia (mas (uc)): 5-0

    WS1 Yihan Wang [CHN]
    - [MAS] Sanatasah Saniru
    21-11 21-8 1-0
    WD1 Jin Ma [CHN]
    Xiaoli Wang [CHN]
    - [MAS] Liu Ying Goh
    [MAS] Hui Lin Ng
    21-8 21-10 1-0
    WS2 Xin Wang [CHN]
    - [MAS] Jing Yee Tee
    21-12 21-5 1-0
    WD2 Jing Du [CHN]
    Yang Yu [CHN]
    - [MAS] Khee Wei Woon
    [MAS] Hoo Kah Mun Vivian
    21-9 21-9 1-0
    WS3 Yanjiao Jiang [CHN]
    - [MAS] Su Ya Sonia Cheah
    21-15 21-13 1-0
     
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    Denmark (den (tc))[den] - [ger] Germany (ger (tc)): 4-1

    MS1 Peter Hoeg Gade [DEN]
    - [GER] Marc Zwiebler
    21-12 21-7 1-0
    MD1 Carsten Mogensen [DEN]
    Mathias Boe [DEN]
    - [GER] Peter Kaesbauer
    [GER] Oliver Roth
    21-8 21-13 1-0
    MS2 Jan Ø Jørgensen [DEN]
    - [GER] Dieter Domke
    19-21 17-21 0-1
    MD2 Lars Paaske [DEN]
    Jonas Rasmussen [DEN]
    - [GER] Ingo Kinderwater
    [GER] Johannes Schoettler
    21-13 21-15 1-0
    MS3 Joachim Persson [DEN]
    - [GER] Fabian Hammes
    21-3 21-12 1-0
     
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    Korea (kor (uc))[kor] - [ind] India (ind (uc)): 4-1

    WS1 Seung Hee Bae [KOR]
    - [IND] Saina Nehwal
    22-20 18-21 17-21 0-1
    WD1 Hyo Jung Lee [KOR]
    Min Jung Kim [KOR]
    - [IND] Jwala Gutta
    [IND] Ashwini Ponnappa
    21-11 21-13 1-0
    WS2 Ji Hyun Sung [KOR]
    - [IND] Adit Muttatkar
    21-23 21-11 21-14 1-0
    WD2 Kyung Won Lee [KOR]
    Jung Eun Ha [KOR]
    - [IND] Shruti Kurian
    [IND] Aparna Balan
    21-13 21-11 1-0
    WS3 Yun Hwa Lee [KOR]
    - [IND] Sayali Ghokale
    21-10 19-21 21-12 1-0
     
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    Match overview of Wednesday, May 12, 2010

    Quarters Final
    12:00 PM Thomas Cup CHINA[CHN] - [KOR] KOREA
    12:00 PM Thomas Cup INDIA[IND] - [INA] INDONESIA
    12:00 PM Uber Cup INDONESIA[INA] - [MAS] MALAYSIA
    12:00 PM Uber Cup DENMARK[DEN] - [JPN] JAPAN

    6:00 PM Thomas Cup DENMARK[DEN] - [MAS] MALAYSIA
    6:00 PM Thomas Cup GERMANY[GER] - [JPN] JAPAN
    6:00 PM Uber Cup CHINA[CHN] - [IND] INDIA
    6:00 PM Uber Cup RUSSIA[RUS] - [KOR] KOREA
     
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    Some of you dont understand the dilemma that the Malaysian team is facing. We just dont have players to make the cut.. I agree that we have a very slim chance to even slide in the semi's.

    Can you name me a replacement for WCH and fuzzy pair?

    We all know that this is going to be a difficult one. Lets just do our part and support and cheer them on. No one wants to be on the losing side, but hey it is part of the game and we all have to accept it. LCW know that we might not win the Cup but still he give it his best and show that Malaysian still have hope...

    I believe that your mindset can be a formidable weapon. Please dont be think it is that easy to manage or find quality players.
     
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    Yeah I predict malaysia's loss to Denmark. WCH and Hafiz is big no-nos ! When I hear them being fielded, my jaw dropped
     
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    There is no other player who can beat them in Malaysia right now. So we still need to rely on them. Unless we expose all backup players and give them a run without aiming to win any matches. :)
     
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    I agree. Hmmmm I really wish there were more potential younger players like Sonia Cheah...
     
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    hehe
    yup
    and thanks for the good word for sonia
    i will let her know:)
     
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    If I am not mistaken, you also Bulutangkis.com member. BC has different "culture" with that forum :p
     
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    I already report them, hope they will get warning from moderator(s) and they will act better in this forum :)
     
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    thanks lindaweni! INA uber won and MAS TC won also... congrats to us! need to bring down the wall of china, if possible... at least ....
     
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    Ya..hope so...let's hope indonesia UC team def china tmr....;)
     
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    You can check out her photos taken by abedeng I guess during dinner in a chinese restaurants back in January during MO 2010. She is one of the ladies there and sure you can recognize her.:)
     
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    first day of seeing the action..

    Hmm, this is sucks!!!:(...just realized apparently the tv crew didn't manage to capture the BC banner at all!!:crying:..Sorry to kwun and the rest of the BCers for failing to do so...
    I gave the banner to madbad, on Tuesday, and asked him to hang it up along the railing (at the lower tier section), but apparently there was no capture of it...ah well, i should've asked him to keep it so he could hang it up the rest of the week..:eek:
    Then on Friday, we hung it up way too high for the tv crew to capture it..:(
    Saturday, we wanted to hang it up on the railing but was too late..:(
    Sunday, we were standing way high with the banner...i thought the camera captured our section during the SS vs. CJ match..:(

    As for the matches on Tuesday, i missed the earlier afternoon session and was only able to watch the night session incl. between JPN vs. MAS TC squads:
    - LCW won an easy one against Tago. Once again, Tago seemed energy-less.
    - KKK & TBH won an easy one against the JPN pair.
    - However things got interesting starting with WCH. Sasaki took advantage of his fleet footwork.
    - Then the match where the boo-birds came out after Fuzzy's awful performance. What's worse was the aftermath, which nearly turned ugly, where Fairuz almost got it on with one of the spectators. But they were the only players who got a standing boo-birds ovation (inside, they probably deserved the boos but at the same time i felt so bad for them).
    - Then of course, Hafiz' loss vs. Sato. What an uninspiring performance by HH. Everytime i saw him had a chance to smash it down, he decided to either drop the shuttle or clear it (i know he wants to save his energy but when you have a chance to smash it, go for it). I was sitting there & I just can't believe my eyes. It's like he's turning into Mr. Nice Guy. At the end, his loss probably cost the MAS squad a chance to reach the Final. Had he won, MAS probably would end up on the same side as INA and avoid CHN before the Final Rd. (not to say the final outcome would be different).
     
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