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. MelvIndonesia

    MelvIndonesia Regular Member

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    Maybe many Indonesians here :D
     
  2. jasonmarc

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    Chn's Sudirman Cup team is way too strong for others to beat them......................
     
  3. luvina

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    Cinta tanah air :D
     
  4. lewis

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    Concurred, chris.
    So, at least, we can say that it's a fat fat chance that Russia will win the Sudirman Cup!
     
  5. chris-ccc

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    Let us hope that Russia will be strong in Badminton too

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    If Russia wins, it would suddenly get Badminton more popular in their schools. And this can only be good for Badminton (to be popular in the West).

    Currently, Russia is so strong in Tennis. Let us hope that Russia will be strong in Badminton in the next few years.
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  6. wilcan

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    Believe me
    top 5 countries won't love your hope :)
     
  7. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    For Badminton, or for countries?

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    Actually, before I posted, I was at this thread (reading about Russia);

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...to-Badminton?p=1681919&viewfull=1#post1681919

    I am interested for Badminton to grow stronger worldwide. Over the last 60 years, nothing has changed much for Badminton in terms of worldwide popularity; the top 5 nations are still;

    * China
    * Denmark
    * Indonesia
    * Korea
    * Malaysia

    If you look at Tennis, many different countries have changed hands to do well over the same period of time. And because of this, Tennis has such a better following (worldwide).
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  8. indrg

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    I agree with you. Korean - INA : 4 - 1 or 3 - 2. Koreans are just too strong. They can guarantee get points from MD, WS, WD.
     
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    Mas... Alvent/Ahsan just lost to KKK/TBH just this month in the Malaysian GP. Alvent/Ahsan is already lost mentally whenever they play against big top MD doubles like JJJ/LYD, Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen, and KKK/TBH.
     
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    I was referring to Alvent/Hendra Aprida not Alvent/Ahsan.
     
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    USA is extremely powerful in track and field, but I think there are no ways to limit its athletes to three to attend each displine. Many other countries don't even have good enough athletes to take part in as many displicines. They deserve this! Is it fair?
     
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    If the Olympic Games is to encourage as many nations to participate in it; and if the USA athletes are strong enough to win all the 3 medals; Gold, Silver and Bronze (in a particular discipline), then why do we not set a limit to the USA to 3 athletes?
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    The danes only got 2 votes so far...........but i rated them higher than MAS, cos the danes has stronger XD, Stronger WD and WS and equal MD compared to MAS.......

    Wonder if they would meet up with MAS if MAS entered QF....??
     
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    Revenge for Thomas Cup? :D
     
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    No, to revenge the TC defeat.....the danes has to do it in TC not SC......

    The danes is stronger than MAS in SC especially our WD, WPT/CEH still not in shape yet !!:(:(:(
     
  16. undeadshot

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    Who won our points 2 years ago? I think CEH/WPT lost then... :confused:
    But of course that time MB/CM not so good yet, so LCW and KKK/TBH won... I think WMC got the third point right? :D
     
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    Yes, WMC collected our third point, but that because Tine didnt play.......now WMC has retired and no back up from WS can handle Tine yet....!!
     
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    Depends on how the draw opens up.
    If MAS meets CHN in semi final and LCW takes a lot out of LD, then PG will have a chance against LD.
    Then DEN may win the title.
     
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    2011 Sudirman Cup: Poll Results after 158 votes

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    After 158 BCers have voted, we have our top 3 countries;

    No.1 China............94 votes (59.49%) - % going down slightly
    No.2 Indonesia......20 votes (12.66%) - % going up slightly
    No.3 Korea............17 votes (10.76%) - % going down slightly
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    PHEW! With RUS eliminated, I can still reside on BC, hehe :D
     

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