Sudirman Cup 2009: Day 3 : May 12

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  1. flymordecai

    flymordecai Regular Member

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    Does the Philippines have a chance to get promoted to Group 3?
     
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    Philippines lost yesterday's match, hope is most likely gone. Only group champions fight each other for promotion.
     
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    Turkey has improved since a new coach (my friend) taking over.
     
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    Besides DEN-KOR, Group 3A matches are interesting to be followed. Each team (USA, Czech, Bulgaria, and Sweden) currently have same record, 1 won and 1 lost.
    Who will be the group winner, and who will be in the last place..?
     
  5. flymordecai

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    Sigh, in 2 years the Asuncions might be not fit to compete anymore. I hope the younger players can fill their spots, though I'm starting to think the Philippines won't rise up until 2 or 3 Cups from now.
     
  6. george@chongwei

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    Maybe its just a pyshcology game with malaysia;)
    hmm, this tie between thailand and germany looks interesting though.
    go germany. take the match to 2-2!:D
    to make it more interesting.:cool:
     
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    so latest complete match.

    Philipine 4-1 Luxembourg
     
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    India clinch a clean sweep against Ukraine 5-0
     
  9. jasonmarc

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    Marc with injury also can up set BP......:eek:

    BP....BP.....sigh....:crying:
     
  10. george@chongwei

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    I see the Germany pair is trying very hard now.
     
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    Taipei win over france 4-1, while the one that stretched the most likely will be Ger vs Tha
     
  12. george@chongwei

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    that shows miracles do happen sometimes;)
    btw, thai md pair won the 1st set 21-17.
     
  13. Loh

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    India must surely be promoted from Group 3 to Group 2 with their fine performance against Australia (4-1) and an emphatic 5-0 win against Ukraine.
     
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    Can't comment too much on poor Boonsak whose form must have continued to drop. Haven't seen him in action lately, but I wonder whether his fitness has suffered. :confused:
     
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    Indonesiakuu...
    Smangat Smangaaaat!!!!!
     
  16. Loh

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    Just like India in Group 3, Chinese Taipei has sparkled in Group 2 with convincing similar wins of 4-1 against both Germany and France. They must be in contention for a promotion to Group 1.

    I'm afraid if Singapore fails again in its next encounters with the Netherlands and Poland, it will be demoted to Group 3. :crying:
     
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    Danish team will field Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen to fight against Olympic Champ, Young Dae/Hyo Jung.
     
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    Wow,.....JPN have to honour to play against Chn 1st choice team.......a full forced team...i tot they only need to be full forced when facing INA.....
     
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    2009 Sudirman Cup Day 3: Very quiet here at Badminton Central

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    One of the most puzzling things for us BCers is to know the line-ups in today's matches.
    Hope that someone can post the line-up, like suetyan did, informing us who will be participating today's (Day 3) matches.
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