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Discussion in 'Sudirman Cup 2009' started by chris-ccc, May 11, 2009.
Does the Philippines have a chance to get promoted to Group 3?
Philippines lost yesterday's match, hope is most likely gone. Only group champions fight each other for promotion.
Turkey has improved since a new coach (my friend) taking over.
Besides DEN-KOR, Group 3A matches are interesting to be followed. Each team (USA, Czech, Bulgaria, and Sweden) currently have same record, 1 won and 1 lost.
Who will be the group winner, and who will be in the last place..?
Sigh, in 2 years the Asuncions might be not fit to compete anymore. I hope the younger players can fill their spots, though I'm starting to think the Philippines won't rise up until 2 or 3 Cups from now.
Maybe its just a pyshcology game with malaysia
hmm, this tie between thailand and germany looks interesting though.
go germany. take the match to 2-2!
to make it more interesting.
so latest complete match.
Philipine 4-1 Luxembourg
India clinch a clean sweep against Ukraine 5-0
Marc with injury also can up set BP......
I see the Germany pair is trying very hard now.
Taipei win over france 4-1, while the one that stretched the most likely will be Ger vs Tha
that shows miracles do happen sometimes
btw, thai md pair won the 1st set 21-17.
India must surely be promoted from Group 3 to Group 2 with their fine performance against Australia (4-1) and an emphatic 5-0 win against Ukraine.
Can't comment too much on poor Boonsak whose form must have continued to drop. Haven't seen him in action lately, but I wonder whether his fitness has suffered.
China v Japan line up
1MDYun Cai[CHN] Haifeng Fu[CHN] -[JPN] Kenta Kazuno[JPN] Kenichi Hayakawa4
2WSYihan Wang[CHN] -[JPN] Mayu Sekiya4
3MSDan Lin[CHN] -[JPN] Sho Sasaki4
4WDJing Du[CHN] Yang Yu[CHN] -[JPN] Mizuki Fukii[JPN] Reika Kakiiwa4
5XDBo Zheng[CHN] Jin Ma[CHN] -[JPN] Noriyasu Hirata[JPN] Miyuki Maeda
Just like India in Group 3, Chinese Taipei has sparkled in Group 2 with convincing similar wins of 4-1 against both Germany and France. They must be in contention for a promotion to Group 1.
I'm afraid if Singapore fails again in its next encounters with the Netherlands and Poland, it will be demoted to Group 3. :crying:
Danish team will field Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen to fight against Olympic Champ, Young Dae/Hyo Jung.
Wow,.....JPN have to honour to play against Chn 1st choice team.......a full forced team...i tot they only need to be full forced when facing INA.....
2009 Sudirman Cup Day 3: Very quiet here at Badminton Central
One of the most puzzling things for us BCers is to know the line-ups in today's matches.
Hope that someone can post the line-up, like suetyan did, informing us who will be participating today's (Day 3) matches.