TotalEnergies BWF SUDIRMAN Cup 2021 : Quarterfinal-Final (1-3 October)

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  1. CLELY

    CLELY Regular Member

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    Daily Schedule/Result/LiveScore : - https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=1BD7E5BD-0C17-496D-B17F-F60CD04626C0
    - https://bwfsudirmancup.bwfbadminton...wf-sudirman-cup-2021/draw/sudirman-cup-finals

    KNOCK-OUT DRAW
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    Actually the knock-out draw composition are really similar with 2019 edition two years ago in Nanning.

    CHN v DEN
    The defending champion is clear favorite to progress into final four, DEN has bright prospect to steal MS point and perhaps men's doubles as well. It's 3-2 or 4-1 for China, tough task for the Danes to shake their rival stranglehold in three remaining sectors WS, WD and XD.

    KOR v THA
    Possibly this is the most interesting quarterfinal clash and would down to the wire as both teams have equal chance to advance. Thailand has sure point in XD while Korea is favoured to seal MD and WD, the singles category could go to either way.

    MAS v INA
    High possibility the first three matches, MD, WS and MS will provide tight battle as 1989 champion has advantage in WD and XD, sensing this tie will not ended in 3-0. Tokyo OG quarterfinal rematch most likely will pit the Minions v Aaron Chia/Soh WY. Another highlight in this tie should be current Olympics bronze medalist Anthony Ginting against reigning All England Champion Lee Zii Jia.

    TPE v JPN
    Second seed has easier opponent in quarterfinal, only men's doubles perhaps could put best fight to Japan considering Lu CY/Yang PH blazing form yesterday against Choi/Seo. Well, looks like Kento Momota finds confident form gradually. Having bad start against Lee ZJ 0-6 then 6-10 the mighty Japanese bounced back quickly to rectify his setback, the quality shots, precision, superb defense are back that frustrated the Malaysian last night. What a commendable fashion and solidity showcase in second game, he took revenge over AE defeat mid March.

    QUARTERFINAL (10.00am & 04.00pm) : https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/matches.aspx?id=1BD7E5BD-0C17-496D-B17F-F60CD04626C0
     
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    I think against TPE, they should let another WD and XD play. should be comfortable enough to win.
     
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    No, because 3 wins will take all, so that let send the best team but not Momota. He needs rest, especially at semi final, Lee/Ginting will play the single.
     
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    I think INA should field the scratch pair Ahsan/Kevin or Ahsan/fajar in MD.
     
  5. CLELY

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    The line up is already revealed.

    CHN v DEN
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    China is trying another experimental MD pair against Denmark today after unsatisfied performance in group stage matches, tricky match to predict who will grab opening point.

    KOR v THA
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    Have to say Thailand has good prospect to seal first two opening matches with above order to play, fielding Taerattanachai does double duty to maximize their best chance to lead 1-0 earlier.
     
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    Korea Thailand seems like gonna go all the way til 5th match
    Only for Kor to win it
     
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    Thailand always smart with their line up. Hope they can win and face China in SF
     
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    Heo Kwanghee has a relaxed lay back style. He reacts late to every shuttle but gives a good stroke that makes Kunlavut to work hard for every point.
    Kunlavut should not rush and play aggresive to such players. He need to be subtle and play more drop shots. He will definitely find it difficult.
     
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    I have the same thought
     
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    He heard my words i think. Now he plays more drop shots near the net.:)
     
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    CHN MD had 4 MP and cannot convert. Now WS, WD and XD have to win.
     
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    ultimately it's what in between the ears that count, perhaps the size of the cranium does matter?!
     
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    I felt CHinese felt more nervous than Denmark at the crucial stages. They were so nervous when Denmark closed the gap . And also, we have to give it to the scratch pair, especially Soggard. I have never seen him play before. But i must say he is the reason Denmark won at the crucial stages. He was so determined and don't even care to see what's happening outside . He was so much into the match.
     
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    Why didnt CHN bring Li/Liu??? They are by far the best CHN MD now
     
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    CHN are still heavy favorites in WS, WD and XD
     
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    Now the pressure is on CYF, if she cannot win this match CHN will 90% sure lose to DEN
     
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    I believe it will be 100%. SYQ has no chance to win against VA :cool: But I trust Yufei can save CHN's campaign
     
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    CYF is not doing great, 10-14 down
     
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    11-16 now
     

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