Can Indonesia Defeat China?

Discussion in 'Thomas Cup / Uber Cup 2010' started by pajrul, May 14, 2010.

  1. Luking

    Luking Regular Member

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    I hope Li Yongbo will be consistent and let INA win this TC because his main focus is not this TC but 2012 Olympics. :D

    What if China looses in 2012 Olympics? Don't worry there will be another main focus :D.

    Good luck China and Indonesia tomorrow !!
     
  2. Smichz

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    Well,u should say some.I recall that some are silly,n some are also sportive.They can accept defeat.

    While as for later's match,i hope that INA will win,then next year,KR or MA or JP can win,and so on..each year's different winner,that's more interesting.Of course after going through some hard matches.Isn't that what we are more expecting as a badminton lover,n not just the country we love to support.We need more players like tago,sasaki,or the others who can break through out of the ordinary.
     
  3. indra

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    Technically, the China vs Indonesia match will be 50:50.

    The fact that Korea defeated China 3 - 1 is evidence that no team is immune to defeat. Despite lower world rankings, the Korean girls proved to the whole world that they had a very strong "never-give-up and never-give-in" attitude.

    Chances for Indonesia to steal points in doubles are higher than singles.

    I can say that Indonesia will take two points from doubles, with singles 50:50
     
  4. Smichz

    Smichz Regular Member

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    Looking at the fact of china's uber team players at the final,they looked like not that eager to win the uber cup.They're not trying to lock the chances but more to giving the chances for the younger players to play in bigger tournaments.We can see it from half or more are the new young players.Unlike as in Thomas,all seniors will come out...
     
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    I 100% agree with you. Same scenario, Ina can take the 2 doubles plus one single (the second or third, since TH won't beat LD I think), but it would be very surprising..
     
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    Li Yong Bo should have quoted "We are focusing on Sudirman Cup next Year". The next Cup turns out to be played in China (Qingdao, China) after all.

    http://www.badzine.info/index.php/news/newsflash/2506-sudirman-cup-2011-in-qingdao-china.html
     
  7. Luking

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    Too bad Sony is not fielded. MS1 and MS2 are going to China. MD1 is critical point for INA. INA should field Sony without targeting him to win so he can fight without pressure.

    Anyway GO GO GO INA !!
     
  8. Jagdpanther

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    Notice the bolded part, buddy?
    Pride comes before fall, some say. Perhaps it's right after all.;)
     
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    ms1 LD looks powerful against TH.. 60-40 goes to china
    md1 Ina may have the edge against china. 50 - 50 .. but anything can happen. score 1-1
    ms2 China looks promisin against Ina.. 60 -40 .. score 2-1
    md2 Ina again have the edge.. 50 - 50 .. maybe score 2-2.
    ms3 China may have the edge.. score 3-2 to china..
     
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    Indonesia;'s doubles got chances... they got to win .. then the last singles simon santoso also got to win .. or else Indonesia become only 30% chance.
     
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    And then??:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
  12. Jagdpanther

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    "There is no other possibility, because China will be the winners", he said.

    Final result: China 1 - 3 S. Korea.

    :rolleyes:
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    Oh, I'm so sorry. I can understand how you feel right now.
    I know how it feels to pretend feeling not well in front of my boss to leave office early for the sake of watching our beloved team play and win, only to find the result is the exact opposite.

    I'll refrain from posting for awhile. :)
     
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    Today you'll feel the same way :rolleyes::) I think....I'll let you laugh on me for a while
     
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    Then the answer is NO.
     
  15. Jagdpanther

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    NOT YET, to be exact. :)
     
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    not today, would that help?
     
  17. hezudao

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    hope is a double-edged sword.

    it can be the best of things and the cruelest of things .

    but congrats to ina team, they did their best fighting.
     
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    I believe hope can never be the cruelest of things. Faked hope which already done deal can.
     
  19. naistav

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    Already answered :cool:
     
  20. hezudao

    hezudao Regular Member

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    ah yes maybe you're right, different kind of hope.

    i liike optimism too, used to anyway.

    good display nevertheless... from both finalists
     

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