Sudirman Cup day 3 (24th may)

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  1. pajrul

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    ok ok.. i started the thread.. here you go hahahah
     
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    Today's Matches on tv :

    Canada vs Singapore - 1.00pm local time
    China vs Japan - 7.00pm local time
     
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    a few interesting match ups... Thailand versus Taiwan.. i hope thailand fulfulls their potential this time
    and of course japan versus china.. finesse of japan versus brawn of china
     
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    A rarity to get to to see Canada in an international match. I'm hoping we can steal a couple of games and gain more experience. Go Canada!
     
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    i think china will field wang xin
    there is a chance for japan if their xd,md and wd can bring it to rubber set
    looking forward to see sho sasaki vs lin dan
     
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    If CHN fields their strongest team, I think only MS and MD can force a rubber for JPN. Sasaki will have to play out of his mind and "outspeed" LD
     
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    It's 7.30 pm local time for CHN vs JPN match :) Today's schedule at ts.com -- http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...FBCC45-46DE-4F0D-AD95-95759235BB87&d=20110524

    TPE vs THA, the key factor should be their XD. It's do-or-die match for THA team, tough chance.
     
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    It's tough for JAP MS and MD to steal a set from CHN (LD and Fu/Chai)... JAP WD n XD stand 0% chance... the only set JAP can steal is WS, but again, this is also a tall order...
     
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    CHN 5-0 JPN, and 10 games to 0.
    this is my prediction.
     
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    If JPN play their best, I think JPN vs CHN is 50:50? Eriko has chance to beat any CHN WS today.
     
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    It looks like SIN will triumph over CAN after taking a decisive 2-0 lead in XD and MS.
    Next match is between Gu Juan and CAN's Michelle Li who must win in order to keep CAN's hopes alive.

    Derrick Ng will partner Adrian Liu to challenge SIN Chayut Triyachart and Liu Yi in MD in the next match.

    But in the last match, higher ranked SIN Yao Lei and Shinta Mulia Sari should be able to defeat Michelle Li and Alex Bruce.
     
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    Interesting match China versus Japan, some their players (Japan) can make a surprise.
    So who is she/he?? :)
     
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    SIN has won the tie against CAN when Gu Juan defeated Michelle Li in straight games.
     
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    Derrick & Adrian did well to take the first game against SIN Triyachart & Liu 21-18 scoring well from smashes with 9 winners against 4 from SIN.

    However, the match is not conclusive and will SIN respond with counter-smashes?
     
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    SIN has caught up with CAN and is now leading 11-7 at the interval, with 5 smash and 6 clear winners.
     
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    From the Live Score, it seems both sides are trying to take the upper hand with fierce smashes with SIN leading 7 to 3 winners. Surprisingly there were no net winners and SIN continues to lead 14-11.
     
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    SIN is still leading 18-16, with the last few winners coming from smashes.
     
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    SIN is trying to secure this second game to remain in contention with the score now at 20-17.
     

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