Day 6 - Quarter Finals

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  1. HoNgHoNg

    HoNgHoNg Regular Member

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    i don c it in the official site again.... so i got this again in Spore morning papers......... :)

    Time: 2.30pm (indo time)
    Uber Cup
    Denmark vs Holland
    China vs Malaysia
    Korea vs Indonesia
    Taiwan vs Japan


    Time: 7pm (indo time)
    Thomas Cup
    China vs Japan
    Malaysia vs Indonesia
    Denmark vs Germany
    Korea vs Thailand


    yeah~ tonight watch quarter final on tv....
    tomorrow will b flying to jakarta for LIVE semi-finals n finals....
    Lin Dan Xuanze here i comeeeeeeeeeeeeee................. :D :p
    oh no... pardon me.... i'm sure to get crazy when i c them... hahahha
     
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    QUest Hong Hong: If CHN wins JPN today, who will they meet in d semis?? as i think i hv got a diff schedules from others...mine is CHN will meet DEN or GER in d semis whilst others said that CHN meets KOR or THA instead...


     
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    probably referring to UBER cup schedules: where CHN will possibly meet DEN in d finals and KOR in d Semis...
     
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    i think spore papers put the groups in wrong order?
    i got this from a chinese site

    Uber Cup
    i. CHN vs MAS
    ii. TWN vs JPN
    iii. DEN vs HOL
    iv. KOR vs INA

    Thomas Cup
    i. CHN vs JPN
    ii. KOR vs THA
    iii. MAS vs INA
    iv. DEN vs GER


    a) (i) winner will play with (ii) winner in semi-finals
    b) (iii) winner will play with (iv) winner in semi-finals

    then a) winner will play b) winner in finals
     
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    ok..i am quite sure that d "chinese site" has indicated the TC n UC in wrong order..u can see: CHN will meet MAL or AUST in TC (which is not true BUT in UC)..so basically, the grouping is correct but the 3rd column's order is wrong..

    anyway, thanks for ur info again to dismiss my doubt..enjoy your trip to INA..


     
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    i think MAS vs INA shld be very exciting too.... hehe... tonight can watch :)
     
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    Hong Hong, please record it and put it on eMule :)
     
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    i don have any recording device :(
     
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    UBER CUP QUARTERFINAL LINES-UP STARTING 14.30 WIB (0830 GMT)
    Wednesday, May 12, 2004, 11:50:50 AM

    The lines-up for quarter-finals Bank Mandiri Uber Cup Finals held at the Istora sports stadium, Jakarta, Wednesday, starting 14:30 WIB (07:30 GMT) are as followed:

    DENMARK VS NETHERLANDS (court 1)
    First singles: Camilla Martin vs Yao Jie
    Second singles: Tine Rasmussen vs Karina De Wit
    Third singles :camilla Sorensen vs Judith Meulendijks
    First doubles: Rikke Olsen/Ann-Lou Jorgensen vs Lotte Bruil-Jonathans/Karina De Wit
    Second doubles: Mette Schjoldager/Pernille Harder vs Judith Meulendijks/Yao Jie

    KOREA VS INDONESIA (court 2)
    First singles:Jun Jae Youn vs Silvi Antarini
    Second singles: Seo Yoon Hee vs Maria Kristin
    third singles: Lee Yun Hwa vs Adrianti Firdasari
    First doubles: Lee Hyo Jung/Hwang Yu Mi vs Jo Novita/Lita Nurlita
    Second singles: Lee Kyung Won/Lee Yun Hwa v Gresya Polii/Lilyana Natsir

    CHINA VS MALAYSIA (court 3)
    First singles: Zhang Ning vs Wong Mew Choo
    First doubles: Gao Ling/Huang Sui vs Chin Eei Hui/Wong Pei Tty
    Second singles: Zhou Mi vs Norshahliza Baharum
    Second doubles: Wei Yili/Zhao Tingting vs oi Sock Ai/Mooi Hing Yau
    Third singles: Xie Xinfang vs Anita Rajkaur

    CHINESE TAIPEI VS JAPAN (court 4)
    First singles: Cheng Shao Chieh vs Kanako Yonekura
    First doubles: Chien Yu Chin/Cheng Wen Hsing vs Chikako Nakayama/Keiko Yo****omiSecond Second singles: Huang Chia Chi vs Kaori Mori
    Second doubles: Chang Yun Ju/Yang Chia Chen vs Shizuka Yamamoto/Kumiko Ogura
    Third singles: Huang Chia Hsin vs Miho Tanaka(ANT)
     
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    Where is Mia

    I notice that Mia Audina apparently will not play in Uber Cup against Denmark.

    Does anybody know an explanation for that?
     
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    she withdrew from the squad weeks ago to concentrate on olympics....
     
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    China, Korea will pull through 3-0 without any fuss.

    If Mia was playing, Holland could win all three singles. Without her, Denmark should win comfortably.

    Japan and Taiwan have equal chance. I think Japan will pull through.
     
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    indo could take 1 or 2 points off korea, but korea will probably go thru... apparently they're resting their best players... we indo's still have some hope for the women team :)
     
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    yep, i think so too
    especially with polii/natsir (polii got some sharp smash)
    maria kristin is good too, but her stamina is rather low i think
     
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    Wow, China is off to a rather quick start.

    I guess this means I'll stay up for a little while longer LOL.

    -Kelvin
     
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    Yao Jie took first game 11-8 from Camilla, and then leading 4-1 on second!
     
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    hmm...

    Camilla is having problems with her opponent. :(

    anyone else on the forum watching the match? or keeping track of the score?

    Camilla's opponent, must be putting a lot of pressure on her.

    -Kelvin
     
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    it'll be an interesting match between denmark and netherland if she lose
     
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    indeed. 6-4 now.
     
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    Jae Youn Jun of Korea is handing it to Silvi Antarini of Ina.

    Camilla is fighting back now :)

    I knew she couldn't let the match go without a fight ;)

    -Kelvin
     

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