The draws just out

Discussion in 'Thomas Cup / Uber Cup 2010' started by AlanY, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. AlanY

    AlanY Regular Member

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    Thomas Cup:
    Group A: China, Korea, Peru; Group B: Malaysia, Japan, Nigeria; Group C: Denmark, Germany, Poland; Group D: Indonesia, India, Australia.

    Uber Cup:
    Group A: China, Malaysia, USA; Group B: Indonesia, Denmark, Australia: Group C: Japan, Russia, Germany; Group D: Korea, India, South Africa.

    first 2 of the group thro' to a new draw for the quater final. no funny businese from KOR this time.
     
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    gosh, Chn and Kor in group A TC??

    Ina UC must deliver clever strategy to beat Denmark

    I know my question sound silly and out of date....but where's England teams???:confused::confused:
     
  3. AlanY

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    didnt qualified for the europe zone
     
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    All of the European teams are going to cancel themselves in the Group stage. What a shame.
    Group A is a sure killer. China may face an early exit shock :D
     
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    (In the two-stage, two-draw format, only the top two teams from each group will progress to the knock-out stage – the quarterfinals. Previously all three teams from each group (four groups) progressed to the next stage.
    At the knock-out stage, a fresh draw will be held to decide the ties.)
    http://www.internationalbadminton.org/news_item.aspx?id=31680

    It will end up with six Asian and two European countries in both TC and UC.
     
  6. AlanY

    AlanY Regular Member

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    so you've eliminated Peru, Nigeria, USA, Australia and South Africa.
    how dare you? are you saying they are waste of places?
     
  7. huangkwokhau

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    :D more likely they will be eliminated..unfortunately..it is part of system....just like World Cup..any asian qualifiers in WC , more likely will be eliminated.....
    If qualifications are based by Ranking, I am sure..NED ( UC), ENG, Singapore ( UC), Taiwan ( UC, TC) or Poland will be IN
     
  8. wptheme

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    Come on, do you really think Peru can survive that group :p
     
  9. nokh88

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    Peru beating China in Group A?
    Note : 2 teams qualify from each group to the knockout stage (Quarterfinals)
     
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    I had the same exact same comment. The day Peru beats China in a Thomas cup match is the day I will quit playing, watching, and following badminton. Korea will have a hard time keeping pace with China and Peru will be completely outclassed.
     
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    We will see if any of these 4 teams make it past the first round. I seriously doubt they will.:eek:
     
  12. nokh88

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    Confused

    I am confused.:confused:

    Which team is better? China or Peru?:confused:
     
  13. Jimmy_Goh

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    I go along with you analysis, unless in TC Gp D Australia upsets India. (Is Aust considered as European?):confused:
    Just wondering, can a player play both singles & doubles against the same country?
     
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    He he he, That's a very connie question. I think very handful of us can even name 1 Peru badm player (I can't :D).
     
  15. undeadshot

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    TC : A - China
    B - Malaysia
    C - Denmark
    D - Indonesia

    The top 5 with absence of South Korea, most likely.

    UC : A - China
    B - Indonesia/Denmark
    C - Japan
    D - Korea
     
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    The tie that will catch my attention during the PRELIMINARY round should be

    thomas cup
    Korea vs China :D


    uber cup...
    Malaysia vs china in uber cup:D
     
  17. nokh88

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    Same

    It's the same for most people.:):D
     
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    I never said that this 5 countries are waste of places. Do you really, really think that they can progress to QF? Well, you're very optimistic person, well done.
     
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    Australia could steal 1 or 2 points, but I'm sure India will going through.
    And yes, a player could play both singles and doubles against the same opponent, and the order of play will readjust to give he or she enough time to rest.
     
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    These would not catch my attention, because the results are pretty much known already.
     

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