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ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 Women’s Competition draw – Hosts to take on Asia

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ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 Women’s Tournament attract – Hosts to take on Thailand

The draw for the ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15, being held from Thursday 30 October – Sunday 2 November in Naypyitaw, has put six of the top women’s teams in two groupings where there will be little margin regarding error.

Group The pits Vietnam against Indonesia plus Malaysia. Vietnam have been at the top of the overall game since ISTAF held its very first World Cup, in Kuala Lumpur in July 2011 where these people finished runners-up to Thailand. They have got since made plenty of other finals (each time losing to Asia in the championship match) and should be the pace-setters in Group A.

Malaysia however made it throughout at the ISTAF SuperSeries Finals 2013/14 at the Titiwangsa Stadium in 03, but they struggled at the Asian Video games at the end of September in Korea. Indonesia however took bronze at Incheon in the team event, showing what a pool of quality that they can attract on. This promises to be a extremely even group where every fixed won – and perhaps even every point won – will count in the particular standings.

In Team B, top seeds Thailand may face hosts Myanmar and outsiders Japan. The Thais have yet to lose in women’s ISTAF competitors, dropping a set just once (to Korea in the final in Palembang). On the Asian Games, they were involved in a tight tussle with Myanmar in the group final, with the top regus (Wanwisa Jankaen, Fueangfa Praphatsarang and Masaya Duangsri for the Thais, Hnin Wai, Thin Zar and Su Myat San for Myanmar) going completely. The Thais eventually won 2-1 before their second regu (Somruedee Pruepruk, Sunthari Rupsung and Kaewjai Pumsawangkaew) cruised home to secure gold.

It will be interesting to see which five players are selected by Thai coach Na Nongkhai Veeras, while for the hosts, experienced Nang Win will no doubt also feature in addition to the three named above.

Japan may not be the likes in this group but they took bronze in the doubles in Incheon along with familiar faces Chiharu Yano, Sawa Aoki and Yukie Sato all of featuring strongly.

There’s also been a change in the format to mirror the Asian Games. It will be best of three sets for all men’s and women’s matches – team games, play-offs, semis and finals. Each set will be first to 21 points however , with deuce at 20 points. The first group to get two points clear is victorious, with a golden point, if necessary, at 24-24.

The men’s draw has been dealt with in a individual article. And for both of them, tell me who you think will be the winners as well as the surprise packages (either good or bad impresses! ) in each competition at Myanmar. Write in with your responses below or to Tweet me @sepaktakdrew

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ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15 Women’s Tournament attract – Hosts to take on Thailand

The draw for the ISTAF SuperSeries MYANMAR 2014/15, being held from Thursday 30 October – Sunday 2 November in Naypyitaw, has put six of the top women’s teams in two groupings where there will be little margin regarding error.

Group The pits Vietnam against Indonesia plus Malaysia. Vietnam have been at the top of the overall game since ISTAF held its very first World Cup, in Kuala Lumpur in July 2011 where these people finished runners-up to Thailand. They have got since made plenty of other finals (each time losing to Asia in the championship match) and should be the pace-setters in Group A.

Malaysia however made it throughout at the ISTAF SuperSeries Finals 2013/14 at the Titiwangsa Stadium in 03, but they struggled at the Asian Video games at the end of September in Korea. Indonesia however took bronze at Incheon in the team event, showing what a pool of quality that they can attract on. This promises to be a extremely even group where every fixed won – and perhaps even every point won – will count in the particular standings.

In Team B, top seeds Thailand may face hosts Myanmar and outsiders Japan. The Thais have yet to lose in women’s ISTAF competitors, dropping a set just once (to Korea in the final in Palembang). On the Asian Games, they were involved in a tight tussle with Myanmar in the group final, with the top regus (Wanwisa Jankaen, Fueangfa Praphatsarang and Masaya Duangsri for the Thais, Hnin Wai, Thin Zar and Su Myat San for Myanmar) going completely. The Thais eventually won 2-1 before their second regu (Somruedee Pruepruk, Sunthari Rupsung and Kaewjai Pumsawangkaew) cruised home to secure gold.

It will be interesting to see which five players are selected by Thai coach Na Nongkhai Veeras, while for the hosts, experienced Nang Win will no doubt also feature in addition to the three named above.

Japan may not be the likes in this group but they took bronze in the doubles in Incheon along with familiar faces Chiharu Yano, Sawa Aoki and Yukie Sato all of featuring strongly.

There’s also been a change in the format to mirror the Asian Games. It will be best of three sets for all men’s and women’s matches – team games, play-offs, semis and finals. Each set will be first to 21 points however , with deuce at 20 points. The first group to get two points clear is victorious, with a golden point, if necessary, at 24-24.

The men’s draw has been dealt with in a individual article. And for both of them, tell me who you think will be the winners as well as the surprise packages (either good or bad impresses! ) in each competition at Myanmar. Write in with your responses below or to Tweet me @sepaktakdrew

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