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ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 draw – Derbies in the Men’s competition

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ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 draw – Derbies within the Men’s competition

The particular draw for the groups at the ISTAF SuperSeries 2014/15 Myanmar was made on Thursday 23 October, and with the top eight men’s and women’s teams involved, it was bound to provide some intriguing clashes at the tournament which is being held from Thursday 30 October – Sunday two November in the country’s capital, Naypyitaw. Let’s deal with the men’s pull first.

Men’s Group A features Malaysia, Japan, Singapore and Korea. There are obviously two derbies in there: the Straits derby between Malaysia and Singapore, and the Hanlijeon / Nikkansen derby in between Japan and Korea.

Korea would be the team to beat in that group, having made the finals of the doubles, team and regu contests at the Asian games in Incheon last month. Malaysia meanwhile did not make the final of the team occasion there for the first time since the games incorporated sepaktakraw back in 1990, and will have to ensure that they at least defeat The japanese and Singapore to make it through to the particular semi-finals.

In Group B, Thailand are the top seeds and have been pitted with Myanmar, China and Indonesia. The Thailänder men won both the team and the regu events in Incheon, with Anuwat Chaichana, Sittipong Khamchan, Pattarapong Yupadee, Pornchai Kaokaew and Siriwat Sakha playing major roles and the relatively unknown Suriyan Peachan also featuring.

Myanmar nevertheless will have the advantage of playing in their home tournament, and in Zaw Aung Zaw, Lin Aung Wai and Latt Zaw, they have the three gold-medal winners from the doubles in the Incheon video games.

Those two may also have to face Indonesia, who finished third (to Thailand and Korea) at the King’s Cup in August in the doubles, the regu and the team events. Thailand will be the red-hot favourites for that group, with Myanmar v. Indonesia perhaps deciding which comes second.

Tiongkok will be the outsiders, but they proved in the King’s Cup that they have strength thorough by winning Division 1 (the second category, below “Premier”) within the team event, where you have 3 regus of three players, each of which plays one set.

That’s the men’s pull for you. I’ll run through the women’s in a separate article. In the suggest time, let me know what you think the best matches will be in the men’s competitors at Myanmar. Write in with your comments below or to Tweet me personally @sepaktakdrew

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ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 draw – Derbies in the Men’s competition

The draw for the organizations at the ISTAF SuperSeries 2014/15 Myanmar was made on Thursday twenty three October, and with the top eight men’s and women’s teams involved, it was bound to throw up some intriguing clashes at the tournament which is being kept from Thursday 30 October – Sunday 2 November in the country’s capital, Naypyitaw. Let’s deal with the particular men’s draw first.

Men’s Group A features Malaysia, Japan, Singapore and Korea. You can find obviously two derbies in there: the particular Straits derby between Malaysia and Singapore, and the Hanlijeon / Nikkansen derby between Japan and Korea.

Korea will be the team to beat in that group, having made the particular finals of the doubles, team and regu competitions at the Asian video games in Incheon last month. Malaysia meanwhile failed to make the final of the team event there for the first time since the games included sepaktakraw back in 1990, and will have to ensure that they a minimum of defeat Japan and Singapore to make it through to the semi-finals.

In Group B, Thailand would be the top seeds and have been uneven or dimpled skin with Myanmar, China and Philippines. The Thai men won both team and the regu events in Incheon, with Anuwat Chaichana, Sittipong Khamchan, Pattarapong Yupadee, Pornchai Kaokaew and Siriwat Sakha playing main roles and the relatively unknown Suriyan Peachan also featuring.

Myanmar however will have the advantage of playing in their home tournament, and in Zaw Aung Zaw, Lin Aung Wai and Latt Zaw, they have the three gold-medal winners from the doubles within the Incheon games.

Those two will also have to face Philippines, who finished third (to Asia and Korea) at the King’s Glass in August in the doubles, the particular regu and the team events. Asia will be the red-hot favourites for that group, with Myanmar v. Indonesia possibly deciding who comes second.

China will be the outsiders, but they proved at the King’s Cup they have strength in depth by winning Division 1 (the second category, below “Premier”) in the team event, to have three regus of 3 players, each of which plays one set.

That’s the particular men’s draw for you. I’ll tell you the women’s in a separate write-up. In the mean time, let me know everything you think the big matches will be within the men’s competition at Myanmar. Create in with your comments below or Tweet me @sepaktakdrew

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