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Discussion in 'Thomas/Uber Cups 2004' started by kwun, May 14, 2004.
3-0 or 3-1 for China
Go for China!!!
What vivid imaginations, after the match tonight lets recap
all those fantastic imaginative statements and have a good laugh.I think some of the tales are better than Hans Christian Andersen's.
If at all Denmark gains a single point it may be from Kenneth Jonassen.
Sacrificing Gade in semis against Ina indeed!.
very nice plan and a good story. was it you that came up with this masterplan and passed it on to the danish team as well?
too bad it is very far away from reality
China strong favorites, although I would love to say Denmark go all the way...
What's the URL for live scoring today?
Connect early other wise you can't get in!
China for sure...
Why most of the peoples think that china will lost the doubles? It's not two years ago....
Don't forget! Sir. Tang Xianhu, the legend, is on China side.
just my opinion
1/ most likely result 3-0 china
2/peter g was not sacrificial anything against sony he was not 100% well !!!
3/ I agree with wilfredglf we need great matches whatever the score
the score should be 3-2 so we badminton fans can be treated to a very long match!
Wow! What a great analysis on Peter Gade after the AE Finals 2004. You have quoted all the thing that Peter Gade and his coaches should do for TC preparation. But... I am wondering what Lin Dan and his coaches are doing during the same period? Do you think they will be sitting and doing nothing for the TC Finals? Only Peter Gade will improve... very funny.
So now that Lin Dan is confident enough to beat Gade in 2 sets, I think Gade has some injury or maybe its because Gade didnt want to play his best as he is saving all his best to surprise in Olympics.
I respect Gade, good player , nowhere as good as PEHL or Frost, and over the hill.
I respect Jonassen more who nearly beat Bao because
Jonassen is simply a very fit and clever player who also has a brain.
Huh! Still the same excuse... saving the best for the next tournament. Mmm... what's the next tournament after Olympics? Must think first for the sake of badmintonforum.