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Discussion in 'Thomas Cup Finals / Uber Cup Finals 2016' started by CLELY, May 18, 2016.
Shocking serve from LYD.
What happened in Denmark match
For such a momentous occasion, Fu Haifeng will rise to it and overcome any signs of fatigue, his age notwithstanding.
Denmark puts in a young MD Kim Astrup / Anders Skaarup Rasmussen against a very experienced Japanese MD 2 Keigo Sonoda / Takeshi Kamura. Hope it doesn't back fire.
Match is won by Korea already.
Jorgensen lost to Takuma Ueda, keeping JPN's hopes alive.
MS 1 Viktor won
MD 1 Mads / Mads won
MS 2 Jan O Jorgensen lose
Now MD 2 Japanese currently leading 11-9. Interval break.
Score very close now 11-10. I believe this young Danish MD is very fresh and energetic and have high chance to win. They have the height, speed and also better stamina to their advantage.
13-12 now to the Japanese MD. pretty close score now. Looks like the Japanese MD got the tired look on their face. Danish MD on the other hand so energetic.
11-7 at the interval.
LYD showing his class now.
I guess the Denmark strategy is a bit wrong somehow. They should have fielded in Mathias Boe and his young partner instead. I guess the Denmark side is banking on Hans Kristian Vittinghus to deliver a point later for MS 3.
Strategy has already back fire for the Danish team. Japan now leading the first set 18-13.
Koreans outclassing the Chinese.
I don't think so. Takeshi/Keigo have been doing well in recent tournaments. This Danish MD will have to work much harder to overcome them.
19-14 why oh why did Denmark field in their young MD???
more of. out 'fit' the chinese.... whoever loses should be able to still held their head high.. both played their hearts out.. badminton at its finest
The questions now is who will win? Japan or Denmark? Assuming that Japan win this MD 2, then it goes down to the MS 3. I think MS 3 Hans Kristian Vittinghus will have the advantage cause Richii Takeshita is just a mediocre player and ranked much lower than him. I guess for the Denmark team it is a huge gamble to field in this young MD player.
This doesn't look good for China. Lin Dan should win against his opponent... but the 2nd doubles seems kinda lopsided to the Koreans...
Couldn't convert a single match point out of 4. Be ready for Li Yongbo. Feeling bad for the crowd.