2007 Sudirman Cup - Day 5 - Friday

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  1. pramilainc

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    How come JPN not fielding Sato Shoji ? He would have given Susilo at leasta scare or two...
     
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    FRA v IND is too close to call, too. Singles should be split between the two. Again, it's a doubles battle.
     
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    Sato is struggling in this tournament. May as well throw caution to the wind and field a wild card.
     
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    wow, keita matsuda looks kinda old...
    the jap team is really supportive, lol.
     
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    I was correct although the lineup was different than I thought it would be!

    Denmark won 3-2 over Malaysia!
     
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    Another potential upset? Kenichi Tago is leading Ronald Susilo 17-12 in the rubber match. Oh wait. Susilo cut that lead to 17-15
     
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    Now it's 18-15 for Kenichi.
     
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    19-17 for Kenichi Tago
     
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    now 20-18 for Kenichi. Can Susilo comeback?
     
  10. edwin

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    20-20. Momentum should give Susilo the advantage
     
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    Kenichi won. Who could have thought that not playing Shoji Sato was the move that will give Japan the victory in MS?
     
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    Who says, that Shoji Sato would have lost?!? ;-)
     
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    Singapore are goners now. Why did they not field kendrick! he's more steady at the moment. i don't foresee us winning the women's doubles.
     
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    Dont know if Sato would have lost or not, but the coach definitely made the right decision in fielding a different player.
     
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    Congrats to France who took out the more fancied India 3-0
     
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    Canada picks up a point, now trails NZ 1-2
     
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    Do or die for SIN now. Not looking good even if they win the MD. JAP WD cuties should take care of biz if the guys can't.
     
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    If it goes down to WD, that should be a very interesting matchup. Maybe just like the HK vs Thailand tie, the score will be 22-20 in the 3rd match?
     
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    What ??? Malaysia really lost to Denmark :crying:
     
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    3-2 for DEN...wow...you woke up already????:confused::confused:
     

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