Which country will win Sudirman Cup 2011?

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Which country will win?

  1. China

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  2. Denmark

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  3. Indonesia

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  4. Chinese Taipei

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  5. Korea

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  6. Malaysia

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  7. Thailand

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  8. Japan

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  9. Germany

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  10. India

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  11. England

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  12. Russia

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  1. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    2011 Sudirman Cup: CHN-vs-INA

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    I thought CHN and INA won't meet at the Final.

    Therefore, perhaps the CHN-INA result could be 3-0. ;););)
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    I agree with you.
    I think PBSI don't pressure they (young player) to win but more to the experience.
    I mean realistic..
     
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    MelvIndonesia Regular Member

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    For experience,
    I prefer Ryan/Angga to Bona/Ahsan..hehe
     
  4. Yoppy

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    Yes of course, Im not saying Bona/Ahsan only can go, i mean any good youngsters for getting more experience rather than sending MK/HS who are clearly not in their best ATM
     
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    How come? I thought i read somewhere INA is the 2nd seeded and therefore they can meet in the final. Is that right? I could be wrong
     
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    you dare it! you will arouse people to cheer up other team. hahaha. you will be in trouble by KOR team. naked inside your own room but broadcast webcam??

     
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    1. Chn
    2. Den
    3. Ina
    4. Tpe
     
  8. sen

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    still 1 week to go before the ranking that will determine the seeding for the knock out phase but my rough calculation shows the seed will be
    1 CHN
    2 DEN
    3 INA
    4 KOR
    5 TPE

    6 MAS
    7 JPN
    8 THA

    Assuming they all make it to the final 8. The last 4 are too far to catch up with the first 8. JPN and THA are close but they will still be in 6-8 places with MAS. The only thing is whether KOR or TPE will be in top 4
    Meanwhile INA and DEN is 3 and 2 and I doubt it will change next week so the one that can avoid CHN before final is DEN.
     
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    Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the QF going to be a random draw between group winners and group runners-up?
     
  10. chris-ccc

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    It is only my guess that CHN and INA won't meet at the Final.

    But if they do meet at the Final, perhaps CHN could defeat INA 4-1 (1 for INA Mens Doubles).
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    I see, as I said i could be wrong too. But FHF/DY will be very hard to defeat, especially INA will be withour MK/HS. If INA were to win 1 point, that will be from XD or MS.
     
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    2011 Surdiman Cup: Expectations and guesses

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    I am surprised that you think that INA could defeat CHN in the XD and/or the MS. :confused::confused::confused:

    Anyway, it is only from what we expect and guess. :):):)

    Let's remind ourselves to read what we have posted here; after the 2011 Surdiman Cup event has completed. ;););)
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    MAS has got no chance or whatsoever to enter the SF... they would be lucky if they could beat Russia for the QF spot... :cool:
     
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    Yes, I think you are right. So if Korea top group D and Denmark second, there is possibility that Indonesia might be 2nd seed in that quarter final.

    But I was just looking at the ranking of the top 8 based on 12 May.
     
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    hahaha yes i surely will remind
     
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    Err, public boleh or not?:D China team won't disappoint you surely:D
     
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    That's shocking indeed!:(..
     
  18. undeadshot

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    I totally agree with you, they need a stroke of luck to get past Russia.
     
  19. chris-ccc

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    Russian women players are able to give the Malaysian women a good challenge

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    Russian women players are able to give the Malaysian women a good challenge. But the Malaysian men would be too strong for the Russian men.
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    So, it's 2-2. CEH/WPT will face an uphill task against the world number 9 pair, and I don't think Lydia or TJY can beat Ella Diehl. It is all down to the XD match. Can CPS/GLY hold their nerves?
     

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