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Discussion in 'Continental Championships 2016' started by pcll99, Apr 26, 2016.
Seeding date for the Olympics is 21 July.
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Thread for tomorrow
Nozomi Okuhara safely through after 54 min of match 21-19 15-21 21-7
GVS/TWK lost to SIN pair, Terry/LKH 18-21 23-21 21-19.
Another first round exit for Kidambi Srikanth. This time the legend of Lee Dong Keun was too much to handle.
I can't believe what is happening to KS. Surely his coaches have to do something.
lodoss, you have missed a lot in the world news of badminton. Kento is suspended by NBA due to illegal gambling. He can't represent JPN in TC and Oly.
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according to my calculations, see here
Chen Long and Lin Dan are No 1 & 2 seed based on the latest results
I had a look at your table. It is interesting, the race is very tight, as LCW smallest result is about 2000 points, easy to replace by a better, while LD's smallest is about 5000, higher but still quite easy (for him) to replace. The difference between the two is about 700. So each of them cannot afford to see the other one go with a win and having themselves an early exit.
Quite a surprise!
However will they be able to advance further?
Looks like I was right.
Even you can beat Srikanth.
INA WS is way behind the rest of the South East Asia and/or Far East counterparts.
the malaysian fans sure very super disappointed about this, how GVS/TWK can play as 1st MD in coming thomas cup finals...
Probably over confident. LKH is from Malaysia, if I am not wrong.
haha, i am aware of that. just saying after seeing kamura/sonoda playing very well lately, that it will put japan in a position to challenge given their weak 2nd and 3rd ms. now of course, their hope is on winning the 2 md matches and hoping one of the 3 ms win.
Loh brothers are from Penang Malaysia, migrate to Singapore to play as SIN representatives, to show the neighbour country at the north that SIN badminton will take over MAS as badminton powerhouse in ASEAN countries...
Your calculation mismatched with the data from BWF's data, see my explanation on the bottom of your thread posting.