2022 TotalEnergies BWF THOMAS-UBER Cup Finals : The Knockout Phase (12-15 May)

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  1. CLELY

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    Competition schedule
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    Uber Cup preliminary round has been completed and knock-out draw is already conducted.
    Group A : Japan (winner), Indonesia (runner-up)
    Group B : China (W), Chinese Taipei (RU)
    Group C : Thailand (W), Denmark (RU)
    Group D : Korea (W), India (RU)


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    The top-four seeds are expected to through, perhaps KOR v DEN could see some close matches. A possible repeat of 2021 World Championships final, Yamaguchi v Tai TY tomorrow. A valuable experience for INA young team to face mighty China after forced Japan worked harder in group-stage.

    Thomas Cup Knockout Draw result has been revealed, top-seed Indonesia will face regular foe in men's team event China, rematch of last edition seven month ago in Aarhus.
    Group A : Indonesia (W), Korea (RU)
    Group B : Denmark (W), China (RU)
    Group C : Chinese Taipei (W), India (RU)
    Group D : Malaysia (W), Japan (RU)

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    UBER CUP Quarterfinal
    INA v CHN
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    JPN v TPE
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    I think more likely Indoensia 3:1 China this time, China need to punch a hole in INA both MD or MS2 to have a chance.[/QUOTE]

    China needs to win MS1. Really 55:45 or 50:50 match at this point. If they lost MS1, i think its hard for CHN to beat INA.
     
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    A lot of jewelry on TTY.
     
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    NO playing later? Thought she didn't travel to Thailand?
     
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    If TTY loses, TPE is out but if AY loses, JPN still has a chance.
     
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    AY beats TTY.
     
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    yep so TPE definitely a goner & can't watch SSY vs ST...
     
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    the morning session gonna end early......much earlier.....hope they play earlier the next sessions so that the last sessions won't finish at midnight

    oh wait who am i kidding....that ain't happenin
     
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    Japan Taipei could be 3-2
     
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    ChenJia is really a beast, both in team and individual competitions.
     
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    NO played against Germany on the very first day.
     
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    Japan VS Taipei Uber Team will be a win for Japan asa Taipei has weak WDs. But for Thomas bout, Japan vs Taipei will be a tight contest between them
     
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    But Taipei WD won the first set over Fukuhiro
     
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    Bilqis Prasista's dad is Joko Suprianto INA's top MS player in the 90's. Bilqis has taken a game off He Bing Jiao! :)
     
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    It would take another Million years for Indonesia WS department to find another Legends like Madam Susi Susanti,Madam Mia Audina and Miss Maria Kristin Yulianti.

    I still remember watching the replay of Bronze Medal match at 2008 Olympics of Miss Kristin vs Miss Lu Lan and how courageously Miss Kristin scripted her name in the history books by defeating Miss Lu,in three sets,who was in tears obviously because coming at 4th position at the most prestigious tournament on the planet and missing the bronze is the worst that could happen to any athlete

    RIP WS INA
     
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    The court mats have been changed it seems. The "VICTOR" logo was at bottom right in the games yesterday but today it is in the middle. Let's see if the slips reduce.
     
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