Badminton ASIA Team Championships 2020 (11-16 February)

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  1. yuquall

    yuquall Regular Member

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    Women's Team Quarter Final :
    Japan vs Indonesia
    Chinese Taipei vs Malaysia
    Kazakhstan vs Thailand
    Singapore vs Korea

    Men's Team Quarter Final :
    Indonesia vs Philippines
    Thailand vs India
    Korea vs Malaysia
    Japan vs Chinese Taipei
     
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  2. CLELY

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    Only Srikanth who stole point from MAS team, disastrous outcome.
     
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    And he had to bleed too much to beat WR 72.
     
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    Korea is stronger than thailand.we have advantage in losing
     
  7. ngkt67

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    you mean men's team or women's team?
     
  8. pradeep chand

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    Men's team
     
  9. Sumanth99

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    Any team is stronger than India.
     
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    IAM expecting miracles from them
     
  11. Sumanth99

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    okay, lets have a light hearted bet, I say KS will lose to KV not better than 21-14, 21-14. ;)
     
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    Very high probability of 5-0 or 4-1 loss to Thailand tomorrow.
     
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    He is good. He has to win a match to gain his confidence. I think he might have got it.
     
  15. CLELY

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    KOR squad always be dangerous in team event, INA singles players found hard times when met them in group stage.

    WOMEN'S Team QUARTERFINAL (10.00am) : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=AD641BA1-C5A5-4F18-8813-A8384C09D9AD


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    End of road for INA team, practically they only have prospect in WS1 (if Akane played lousy performance) and maybe two doubles matches. A boomerang strategy for INA to rest Greysia Polii yesterday, THA has very favorable quarterfinal draw to face weak team Kazakhstan.

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    Bright chance for MAS to progress, they performed beyond expectation against top contender Japan.

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    Will Yeo Jia Min make surprise once again to beat Korean prodigy An Se Young?
     
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    Soniia cheah won over Pai Yu Po
     
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    trailed so behind, but she able to win the decider...
     
  18. Gigabit

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    Ya.. work very hard to win

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    Hi

    Any live streaming links please?
     
  20. CLELY

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    Sadly nope.

    JPN v INA, 3-0.
    As expected INA team is sent packing by the frontrunner Japan, Gregoria Mariska and Polii/Rahayu did the best that can do but still their higher-ranked opponents have the upperhand, managing consistency throughout the match and executed well at crucial stages instead of delivering a string of elementary errors. The heavy-burdened Ruselli Hartawan is no match to Sayaka Takahashi. Overall, Indonesia women's team has very limited ingredients to be world beater, something wrong with training regime.
     

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