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TOTAL BWF SUDIRMAN Cup 2019 : Quarterfinal - FINAL (23-26 May)

Discussion in '2019 Tournaments' started by CLELY, May 22, 2019.

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  1. CLELY

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    Guangxi Sports Center Gymnasium, Nanning-CHN

    GROUP WINNER : JPN, INA, KOR, CHN
    RUNNER-UP : THA, DEN, TPE, MAS

    KNOCK-OUT DRAW
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    CHN time : https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/china/nanning

    Tournament website : http://www.sudirman2019.com/EN/

    Team Members List : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/teams.aspx?id=A61FA1A9-CDE1-4700-B03E-3E7CF2C992ED

    Daily Schedule/Result/LiveScore : https://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=A61FA1A9-CDE1-4700-B03E-3E7CF2C992ED

    LIVE STREAMING : - BWF Youtube channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChh-akEbUM8_6ghGVnJd6cQ
    - http://www.zhuafan.live/59109
    - https://smashnation7.com/

    The Permissable Orders Of Play
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    Title-holder Korea shows their mojo to turn the tables in team event, thanks to huge talented rookie An Se Young who scored huge upset, shocking current world number number one Tai Tzu Ying in three games, 14-21 / 21-18 / 21-16. The skillful Taiwanese lady looked little bit frustrated when her teenager opponent could retrieving almost her difficult shots. When TPE losing women's singles victory, it becomes predictable outcome that Korea will top group 1B, scooped last two points through women's doubles and mixed doubles.

    Later on on the evening, against all odds Denmark produced strong comeback to keep their Sudirman Cup campaign alive, surprising team Indonesia, 3-2. They implement right strategy to arrange mixed doubles as first match where Indonesia has no formidable pair to contest, it worked well followed by Viktor Axelsen who made 2-0 for Denmark after trounced the below-par Anthony Ginting, 21-9 / 21-16. Two-time world champions Ahsan/Setiawan delay Denmark victory to beat scratch pair Astrup/Boe then Mia Blichfeldt was too hot to handle for Fitriani despite the Indonesian pocketed positive statistics, won two previous encounters.

    Two strong favourites China and Japan march on into quarters without serious problem, ten-time Champion blanked India, 5-0 while Japan overcomes Thailand, 4-1. A thrilling women's singles encounter witnessed Pornpawee Chochuwong downed Akane Yamaguchi, saving three match points from 17-20 to 22-20 in pulsating 71 minutes of play.

    Looking at knock-out draw, China has tricky test to progress, Denmark who faced very critical situation on their opening campaign, losing to England, 2-3. A morale boost for European powerhouse who tackled Indonesia last night to face home players. High possibility for Denmark to apply order of play : XD, MS, MD, WS, WD. Korea-Thailand tie will present close contest, the defending champion has slight advantage to advance into semifinal. Another valuable experience for An Se Young to meet high calibre WS player, Ratchanok Intanon.

    On bottom-half of draw, barring any big upsets Japan will meet Indonesia in semifinal. Against Japan, Malaysia only has reasonable chance in two categories, mixed doubles and men's doubles. Chinese Taipei practically will banking on men's doubles, women's singles and men's singles to earn point, Indonesia needs to select exact player to secure last four spot, women's doubles and mixed doubles will be Indonesia favour since TPE doesn't have solid pair in these two departments.

    DAY 5 - QUARTERFINAL (11.00am & 06.00pm) => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=A61FA1A9-CDE1-4700-B03E-3E7CF2C992ED

    - CHN v DEN (06.00pm, court 1)

    - KOR v THA (06.00pm, court 2)
     
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    KOR vs THA will be very interesting than KOR vs TPE. The KOR and THA players will be evenly matched in all of the categories. WS is the only category where THA is highly favorable. But, seeing ASY's performance, the WS match will be even.
     
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    How many upsets will happen today?
     
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    Please, as many as possible. I want to see a great, epic comeback in this SC. UCL already has 2 comeback matches that see Liverpool and Tottenham progress to final. I really want this kind of comeback in this SC. Speaking of comeback, INA pulled the large one in Final SC 1989.
     
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    Korea did too in 1993 edition. Finarsih/Lili Tampi were just one point away, 14-10 to secure INA team reclaimed the trophy then KOR WD, Chung So Young/Gil Young Ah did fantastic comeback at that time to spoil the party, 17-15 and 15-11 in deciding game.
     
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    A massive upset if CHN failed to progress into semifinal for the first time.
     
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    Any history when's the last time a team down 0-2 to win the Final? I think only INA right? or SemiFinal/Knockout phase for that matters. cant really remember.

    Its very mentally difficult when its 0-2 down so kudos to SS at that time. Players will become restless like Ginting did yesterday and that is only group match like so tense for what. He should play like its VA that needed the win, not him.

    Hendra is another player, I have to say yesterday is not easy, it didnt result in a win still but if its Kevin who played you d never know if its 0-3 after the match.
     
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    CHN v DEN
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    KOR v THA
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    As predicted China fields Chen Long instead of Shi Yuqi who has poor head to head stats against Viktor Axelsen. More interesting to see KOR-THA line-up particularly women's doubles, there're two scratch pairs who facing each pther if scoreline hanging on balance, 2-2. Still Korea is the favorite to overcome Thailand.
     
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    so its THA that wanted XD to play 1st. hmm..

    Surprise selection to play ChenLong too, just doesnt feel like he is physically superior. Most of his wins come when Axelsen is still only 20 or 21 years old. And the last time they met, isnt it Axelsen who won? Just feel most players can beat CL these days.

    DEN might feel they have nothing to lose while CHN winning double 5-0. To put it, its not always the situations that rosy.
     
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    Looks like China doesn't want take a gamble, maybe Shi Yuqi is considered not good enough to meet Viktor Axelsen in big event like this, last encounter at All England semifinal, he ran out of steam, totally blank in deciding game.
     
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    where there is no names on Netherlands team jerseys?
     
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    Mind sharing where you got that info from?
     
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    KOR-THA is 50-50, I cannot predict the winner. CHN-DEN is 80-20, XD and WD are almost guaranteed for CHN, MS depends on CL form, MD is still favoring CHN and so is WS
     
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    Please don't let it be 3-0 for either korea or thailand, I want to see ASY playing against RI :p
     
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    Yes...Thai MS...please beat Heo
     
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    No live streaming from BWtv youtube for QF?
     
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    KOR vs THA lineup is even for all of the categories. I am sure that ASY vs RI will be played.
     
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    Any streaming for the matches at all?
     
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    Yes, just a matter of getting the right country vpn
     
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