Sudirman Cup Day 6 (27 May 2011) : Quarterfinal!

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  1. sen

    sen Regular Member

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    Nitya form after injury is still not that good. Head to head against Japan in the past is not very indicative. Japan WD now is good technically and stamina is top notch.
     
  2. rizayosia

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    From the lower tier groups, who will get the promotion? Just wondering about the system. The highest two seeds? Or only the highest seed? Should they have any playoff matches with the lowest seeds from the higher tiers?
     
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    I believe the winner between FRA and SIN will be promoted. They won their respective groups in Level 2. The remainder of Level 2 will play for finishing positions.

    Must admit Canada has done much better than I expected. Totally delighted. They will play HKG for 15th/16th place. Hoping for an encouraging performance to wrap up their successful appearance.
     
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    The seeding for this year & future Sudirman Cup will be based on the ranking of the players of all department (MS, WS, MD, WD, MX). That's why China is seeded 1st because of their players is no 1's in the ranking @ in the top 10. So twelve teams with the most points will move into group 1 during the seeding process. Others will be included in the group 2 , 3 & 4. No promotion will be involved.
     
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    Thanks for the explanation. Makes more sense as teams earn their positions in group 1.
     
  6. Yoppy

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    cmon INA...................!!!
     
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    Wow!! this thread already so many INA fans. Today is your day.
     
  8. etudiant

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    Don't get too 'kan chiong' lah...:p
    Quote from our Mas bcers....

    Still hours to go....:D
     
  9. rizayosia

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    Ooo, I see. Thanks for the explanation. I thought the system is like the Davis Cup in tennis. I am curious about Australia. They seem doing well in Group 3 so I want them to move up :D .
     
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    Yep....expect the peak when they play later...
     
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    Just to know, if Greysia had partner with Nitya before.. Pokoke all the best for INA :)
    Good luck INA :)
     
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    well base on head to head record its very big chance for ina team to win it

    simon has a fairly good record against jap players (both tago & sasaki)

    alvent/hendra just won against hashimoto-hirata on mas gp this month even with a very tight match..fielding ahsan-alvent not a bad choice also

    so in paper INA should win it 3-1 / 3-2...but you'll never know :D..japan players got a very good result lately :)
     
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    Hey, Sho Sasaki is in good trend, and last time he defeated Simon at Thomas Cup in 3 sets.
    I think the game will go either way at all discipline.
     
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    Japan strong enough and has good trend for MS, WD, WS lately...so INA should field Simon, Greys/Nitya and Firda....If INA can take point one of those departments (MD and XD will goes to INA), INA will face Denmark in SF. AYO INA pasti Bisa...through to SF (as PBSI's target)...
     
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    I don't think fielding Nitya with Greysia or Anneke will not be a good decision. After her injury, she hasn't shown any good performances in several tournaments. Looks like the decision is just based on bad record of Greys/Mel against Maeda/Suetsuna. I think Greys/Mel still better pair than Nitya/Anneke or Grace/Nitya, unless the coach will give away this match for Anneke's training just like fielding Hayom against Chong Wei
     
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    XD : agree
    MD : Alvent/Hendra beat the Japanese number 1 MD at MAS GP gold but putting Hendra who is debutant in Sudirman Cup is risky.
    MS : agree, no choice
    WD : give Mel/Polii a chance to amend and break the losing streak, they are the best INA WD pair at the moment but I think this is almost mission impossible
    WS : again no choice. Firda is the one that can give close fight with Eriko
     
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    If WD will be played as last match, slim chance for TPE to steal point.

    According to BWF news article : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/news_item.aspx?id=49284 FRA vs SIN match will be played to determine 13th position. Looks like no promotion/demotion system in current SC :confused:
     
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    Here is my prediction of the line up and their head to head

    INA VS JPN

    MS
    Simon Santoso vs Sho Sasaki = 4-1
    Swiss GPG 2011 : Simon bt Sasaki 21-17 21-18
    Thomas Cup 2010 : Sasaki bt Simon 21-19 13-21 21-11
    French SS 2009 : Simon bt Sasaki 8-21 21-16 21-14
    Denmark SS 2009:Simon bt Sasaki 21-17 21-16
    Thai Open 2004 : Simon bt Sasaki

    Simon Santoso
    vs Kenichi Tago = 2-0
    World Championship 2009 : Simon bt Tago 21-10 21-12
    INA SS 2008 : Simon bt Tago 21-16 13-21 21-18


    WS
    Adrianti Firdasari vs Eriko Hirose = 1-2
    India SS 2011 : Eriko bt Firda 18-21 21-8 21-16
    Macau GPG 2010 : Firda bt Eriko 21-17 21-15
    China SS 2009 : Eriko bt Firda 21-17 21-14


    MD
    Hendra Aprida Gunawan/Alvent Yulianto vs Hirokatsu Hashimoto/Noriyasu Hirata = 2-0
    Malaysia GPG 2011 : Hendra/Alvent bt Hirokatsu/Noriyasu 21-15 17-21 22-20
    Malaysia GPG 2009 : Hendra/Alvent bt Hirokatsu/Noriyasu 21-19 21-13


    WD
    Greysia Polii/Nitya krishinda vs Miyuki Maeda/Satoko Suetsuna = 1-1
    French SS 2009: Greysia/Nitya bt Miyuki/Satoko 9-21 21-19 21-17
    Japan SS 2008 : Miyuki/Satoko bt Greysia/Nitya 21-19 16-21 21-16

    XD
    I thought that Fran/Pia never meet any of JPN top XD.
     
  19. ardhitya.y

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    Lilyana and Tantowi????
    Where the hell are they?
     
  20. thomaskm

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    I doubt that this time in MS Jan Jorgensen will represent DEN other than Peter Gade.
    In WS, i think that would be Tine vs CSC other that TTY.
     

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