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2014 INCHEON ASIAN GAMES SEPAKTAKRAW: WOMEN’S DRAW

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2014 INCHEON ASIAN GAMES SEPAKTAKRAW: WOMEN’S DRAW

With the men’s draw out of the way, let’s keep in mind about the ladies! Since the 2010 Oriental Games in Guangzhou, we have observed more countries submitting women’s teams. New countries mean thrilling, new dynamics between different teams, and the arrival of new women’s teams towards the tournament.

The Women’s Tournament is split into two groupings in the Regu, Team, and Doubles events. Thailand and China have both done well in earlier Asian Games, and it comes as no real surprise to see them named top seed products in Women’s draw.

In the Regu event, Group A consists of China, India, Indonesia and Laos; Group B consists of Thailand, Malaysia, Japan and Korea. China will come head to head with Laos again in this Tournament, where the Chinese team will get a 2nd chance of surpassing their opponents. The most up-to-date time they went head to head towards each other was at the Thailand King’s Cup Sepaktakraw World Tournament where Laos triumphed China. India and Indonesia will also hope to push to get a strong position to get a favourable matchup in the second round. Group W will be a heated matchup, with Malaysia, Japan, and hosts Korea harmonized against powerhouse Thailand. As always, teams will have to be wary of Thailand, who will wish to replicate what they did at the final Asian Games and take a thoroughly clean sweep of the gold medals.

The Team event seems to be more evenly matched in both groupings, with Group A consisting of Cina, Vietnam and Indonesia; and Team B comprising of Thailand, Myanmar, India, and hosts Korea. It can interesting to note how Myanmar works in the Asian Games as they did fairly well in the Thailand King’s Cup Sepaktakraw World Championships, approaching as 1st runner up within the Regu Premier category. With a three or more Regu vs 3 Regu structure, the team event is far more tactical, and teams will look for top level balance across all 3 regus as opposed to grouping their best players collectively.

Myanmar and The japanese are the top seeds for the Women’s doubles event, which does not feature Thailand and China (Each group aside from the host is only allowed to get into two of the three events).

Group A consists of The japanese, Laos and Korea, while Team B comprised of Myanmar, Vietnam, and Malaysia. Fans can hope to visit a spectacular display of skills and determination to win, especially when competing countries are so evenly matched.

Womens doubles

Will the status quo hold, or will new champions emerge? This particular Asian Games is brimming with the options of new champions and new histories to be made. Get ready to raise your banners to support the ladies in 2014 INCHEON ASIAN GAMES, as they push forward for glory, country, and sepaktakraw.

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2014 INCHEON ASIAN GAMES SEPAKTAKRAW: WOMEN’S DRAW

With the men’s draw out of the way, let’s keep in mind about the ladies! Since the 2010 Oriental Games in Guangzhou, we have observed more countries submitting women’s teams. New countries mean thrilling, new dynamics between different teams, and the arrival of new women’s teams towards the tournament.

The Women’s Tournament is split into two groupings in the Regu, Team, and Doubles events. Thailand and China have both done well in earlier Asian Games, and it comes as no real surprise to see them named top seed products in Women’s draw.

In the Regu event, Group A consists of China, India, Indonesia and Laos; Group B consists of Thailand, Malaysia, Japan and Korea. China will come head to head with Laos again in this Tournament, where the Chinese team will get a 2nd chance of surpassing their opponents. The most up-to-date time they went head to head towards each other was at the Thailand King’s Cup Sepaktakraw World Tournament where Laos triumphed China. India and Indonesia will also hope to push to get a strong position to get a favourable matchup in the second round. Group W will be a heated matchup, with Malaysia, Japan, and hosts Korea harmonized against powerhouse Thailand. As always, teams will have to be wary of Thailand, who will wish to replicate what they did at the final Asian Games and take a thoroughly clean sweep of the gold medals.

The Team event seems to be more evenly matched in both groupings, with Group A consisting of Cina, Vietnam and Indonesia; and Team B comprising of Thailand, Myanmar, India, and hosts Korea. It can interesting to note how Myanmar works in the Asian Games as they did fairly well in the Thailand King’s Cup Sepaktakraw World Championships, approaching as 1st runner up within the Regu Premier category. With a three or more Regu vs 3 Regu structure, the team event is far more tactical, and teams will look for top level balance across all 3 regus as opposed to grouping their best players collectively.

Myanmar and The japanese are the top seeds for the Women’s doubles event, which does not feature Thailand and China (Each group aside from the host is only allowed to get into two of the three events).

Group A consists of The japanese, Laos and Korea, while Team B comprised of Myanmar, Vietnam, and Malaysia. Fans can hope to visit a spectacular display of skills and determination to win, especially when competing countries are so evenly matched.

Womens doubles

Will the status quo hold, or will new champions emerge? This particular Asian Games is brimming with the options of new champions and new histories to be made. Get ready to raise your banners to support the ladies in 2014 INCHEON ASIAN GAMES, as they push forward for glory, country, and sepaktakraw.

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