TotalEnergies THOMAS-UBER Cup 2020 : Quarterfinal-Final (14-17 October 2021)

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  1. CLELY

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    LiveScore & Result : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...4A4CB1-EC06-4754-9668-6A9DB8F63662&d=20211014

    KNOCK-OUT DRAW
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    KOR-DEN and INA-THA probably would spring some close battles and unpredictable plot as the top-two seeds JPN also CHN as well highly likely have no big problem to eliminate their opponent due to their difference of squad depth.

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    It's very tough draw for top-seed INA who will take on MAS on last eight and most likely DEN in final four meanwhile title holder China is lucky enough to avoid those strong teams INA & DEN until last round that potentially will beat them.

    JPN v IND (01.30pm)
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    ~ Very likely 3-0 directly for defending champion to book final four berth, practically it's valuable exposures for IND young team to feel the atmosphere against world's elites in top flight tournaments

    KOR v DEN (01.30pm)
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    ~ Will the Danes create big upset at home turf? 2010 winner is slightly favoured considering they have depth in women's doubles discipline. An SY-Blichfeldt first ever encounter will underscore the crucial point for both teams.
     
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    ^-^ Nishimoto was playing like Momota
     
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    Has the Uber cup qf started?
    It's already 2.00pm.
     
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    Busy day for coach Agus.
     
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    Asy isn't even sweating. Mia looks tired already


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    The kids are so noisy and irritating.
    I could barely hear GC.
     
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    Couldn't make any better draw for Thomas Cup QF by my own hands. All the teams from 2nd places in their groups have a good possibilities for their trump players to win point for their teams.
     
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    But india could not
     
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    India MS1 has become so weak
     
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    An SY is doing well playing Mia around the court
     
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    Hoping for both MD's and Sameer as MS3. We will see.
     
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    Come on ASY, do a victory dance when you win this
     
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    Both Korean women are heavily strapped. One on the arm and the other on the leg.
    They probably trained so hard that when competition time comes, injuries occur.
     
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    An Seyoung, after dropping the opening set , was in command throughout the next two sets to dispose of Mia Blichfeldt, who, on her day , can be a tough nut to crack. Impressive win for the youngster.

    Next, I'll be looking forward to seeing ASY take on Akane Yamaguchi, in the semis. Both teams seem to have comparable depth in WS and WDs.
     
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    UBER Cup QUARTERFINALS - PART 2 (07.00pm) :

    INA v THA
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    ~ Can INA Uber team create upset to defeat last edition beaten finalist? It's really obvious if the tie hangs in the balance, the last match will favour to Thailand.

    TPE v CHN
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    ~ It seems this is China best line-up formation as the unstable newcomer Wang Zhiyi is substituted by more experienced Han Yue.
     
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    Both Korea and Japan won 3-0
     
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    Rachanok fly there to give moral support?
     
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    Time for a head coaches to make a play.

    Will Korea put Kim Donghun as MS2?
    What will be Thailand MD's (they must try to get both MD points)?
    Will India's coach play Sameer Verma somewhat safe as MS3 and giveup both MS1 and MS2 or put him as MS2 hoping for a couple of miracles here and there?
    Will Indonesia gamble again with their MD's (personally, i like that move with Taipei) or just play it straight?

    Soon we will know the answers.
     
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    Will Denmark field the unreliabe Gemke or the workhorse Vittinghus for MS3?
     
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    wow Ester Nurumi is 16 years old (2005). That could be some Mia Audina moment if it somehow goes to the 5th match and she wins it.
     

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