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Griff88

Badminton at the Summer Olympic Games 2016

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intoronto    282
18 minutes ago, Maxim Fastovsky said:

Anyone knows the tie break procedures of the round robin groups? cant find it anywhere

 

When two (2) players are tied in the same group, the winner of the match between them will be ranked higher. If three (3) players are tied within a group, their positions will be determined by the difference between games won and games lost. If three (3) players are still tied after this has been taken into account, their positions will be determined by the difference between total points won and total points lost. If, after one (1) or more of these tiebreakers, only two (2) players are tied, the winner of the match between them will qualify. If, after both tiebreakers, all three (3) players are still tied, their positions will be then determined by drawing lots.

 

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4 minutes ago, intoronto said:

 

When two (2) players are tied in the same group, the winner of the match between them will be ranked higher. If three (3) players are tied within a group, their positions will be determined by the difference between games won and games lost. If three (3) players are still tied after this has been taken into account, their positions will be determined by the difference between total points won and total points lost. If, after one (1) or more of these tiebreakers, only two (2) players are tied, the winner of the match between them will qualify. If, after both tiebreakers, all three (3) players are still tied, their positions will be then determined by drawing lots.

 

 

 

hmm, so i'm confused, this is a group from london, 3 way tie

number 1 and 2 have game difference of 2

but the point difference is better with the chinese... yet they are second

 

 

Standings of WD - Group D

    Points Played Matches Games Points 1 DenmarkChristinna Pedersen
DenmarkKamilla Rytter Juhl 2 3 2 - 1 5 - 3 151 - 144 2 ChinaQing Tian
ChinaYunlei Zhao 2 3 2 - 1 4 - 2 116 - 99 3 JapanMiyuki Maeda
JapanSatoko Suetsuna 2 3 2 - 1 4 - 3 135 - 128 4 Hong KongLok Yan Poon
Hong KongYing Suet Tse 0 3 0 - 3 1 - 6 109 - 140

 

 

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dcro    1,762

This group system is a mess really. Some group have 2 athletes, some 3.

 

The only thing that I like about group system is that it allows weaker athletes to do more than one match, so their Olympic experience is longer. :)

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Dolby    144
1 hour ago, Maxim Fastovsky said:

 

hmm, so i'm confused, this is a group from london, 3 way tie

number 1 and 2 have game difference of 2

but the point difference is better with the chinese... yet they are second

 

 

Standings of WD - Group D

    Points Played Matches Games Points 1 DenmarkChristinna Pedersen
DenmarkKamilla Rytter Juhl 2 3 2 - 1 5 - 3 151 - 144 2 ChinaQing Tian
ChinaYunlei Zhao 2 3 2 - 1 4 - 2 116 - 99 3 JapanMiyuki Maeda
JapanSatoko Suetsuna 2 3 2 - 1 4 - 3 135 - 128 4 Hong KongLok Yan Poon
Hong KongYing Suet Tse 0 3 0 - 3 1 - 6 109 - 140

 

 

Since, three teams are tied at 2 points each, first tie break is applied (Set score). Danes and Chinese have +2 set score and Japanese have +1 set score. At this stage, Japanese are eliminated as they have the worst set score. Now, only 2 teams are left tied. Hence, H2H is used as tie-break. Danes defeated Chinese in their match and hence are ranked higher. 

 

P.S. It was this second position in group for Chinese team that led to comical matches and eventual disqualification of 4 teams and an unexpected and lucky bronze for Russians

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Agger    249

Some good and some bad draws.

Easy group for Jan, but he will have to beat Lin Dan to get a medal. Tougher group for Viktor. Would say that's the toughest in the men's singles. But if he makes it through as first, he has a very decent way to a semi final.

For Line it'll be tough. She has been capable of challenging Marin, but it should be an easy group win for Marin.

Tough for the XD as well.

It could end up as a struggle for the WD. Their 2nd by the rankings, but the Chinese pair will be a challenge as well.

Meanwhile it's close to a dream group for the MD. They have a pretty good record against the korean pair and the other 2 should surely be beatable, though it's of course a question of wheter Mogensen is back in top shape.

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NatsutoFuyu    0

Tough draw for Yamaguchi.

She meets world no.29 and 36 in the group stage and then Intanon in the round of 16.

After she manages to beat Intanon, the next match will be with Okuhara.  Yamaguchi has never beaten Okuhara either in national and international matches and was beaten again this month at Yamaguchi's hometown Katusyama.

Anyway it would be rather hard for us to win a medal at women's singles in this draw. 

 

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Federer91    194

Great group for Zetchiri, no asian inside and with a bit of luck could go to the knock-out stage. :) Not so good for the Stoeva sisters, they will need a miracle to go through.

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Griff88    151

Group Draw available :)

 

Sorry it took a long time :d

 

Comment on draw:

I'm just hoping Ahsan/Setiawan able to keep their performances in Group D...

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