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SepaktakDrew: Stat attack!

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Courtesy of our statistics providers Namadgi, here are some of the stats from the tournament with just four matches to go on the final day.

Spikes

Thant Zin Oo of Myanmar has 104 spikes, though he has of course played two play-off matches and has finished his tournament. No-one on the men’s side is likely to overtake him however as both Thailand and Malaysia have alternated at the net. Myanmar nevertheless have the most spikes per team overall.

That also applies in the women’s, where Kay Zin Htut has racked up 85! Will she make it into treble figures in the bronze medal match? In the final, Duong Thi Xuyen has 77, Suphawadi 44 and Somruedee 35.

Service

Kritsanapong Nontakote, the young Thai tekong, is 65/73 from the line, meaning that he is serving at an 89% clip (Siriwat Sakha is at 77%). Ahmad Aizat of Malaysia is at 81% (13/16) and it will be interesting to see who starts the final, both for the Thais and even Malaysia. Level with Kritsanapong is Jaeuk Go of Korea (78/87) – will he or Park Hyeon Geun start the bronze medal match?

Ei Thinzar of Myanmar has managed an incredible 88% (121/137). Sudaporn and Wiphada are both at 73%, while their Vietnamese counterparts Bui Thi Hai Yen (78%) and Tran Thi Thu Hoai (80%) have given away fewer points from the circle.

In terms of aces, Syahir Rosdi and Kritsanapong are on 11, one behind Htoo Aung Kyaw of Myanmar (whose overall serving was below 70% however). Tran has 7 aces (like Thinzar and Lee Jin Hee), Bui and the two Thai women 5.

Blocks

Yuki Sato of Japan leads this category with 13. He is the only one in double figures, though Hanafiah Dollah’s 6/11 is worth a mention. Will he start the final ahead of Khairul Zaman? Htut leads the way here as well in the women’s game (12), head and shoulders above the rest.

Saves

Let’s not forget the feeders! Panupong Petlue and Farhan Adam have nine saves each – who will win this particular mini-battle in the men’s final? Nwe Htwe (16) leads the women, though Giap Thi Hien (11) and Kaewjai Pumsawangkaew (10) are not far behind.

Recommended article: Chomsky: We Are All – Fill in the Blank .
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Courtesy of our statistics providers Namadgi, here are some of the stats from the tournament with just four matches to go on the final day.

Spikes

Thant Zin Oo of Myanmar has 104 spikes, though he has of course played two play-off matches and has finished his tournament. No-one on the men’s side is likely to overtake him however as both Thailand and Malaysia have alternated at the net. Myanmar nevertheless have the most spikes per team overall.

That also applies in the women’s, where Kay Zin Htut has racked up 85! Will she make it into treble figures in the bronze medal match? In the final, Duong Thi Xuyen has 77, Suphawadi 44 and Somruedee 35.

Service

Kritsanapong Nontakote, the young Thai tekong, is 65/73 from the line, meaning that he is serving at an 89% clip (Siriwat Sakha is at 77%). Ahmad Aizat of Malaysia is at 81% (13/16) and it will be interesting to see who starts the final, both for the Thais and even Malaysia. Level with Kritsanapong is Jaeuk Go of Korea (78/87) – will he or Park Hyeon Geun start the bronze medal match?

Ei Thinzar of Myanmar has managed an incredible 88% (121/137). Sudaporn and Wiphada are both at 73%, while their Vietnamese counterparts Bui Thi Hai Yen (78%) and Tran Thi Thu Hoai (80%) have given away fewer points from the circle.

In terms of aces, Syahir Rosdi and Kritsanapong are on 11, one behind Htoo Aung Kyaw of Myanmar (whose overall serving was below 70% however). Tran has 7 aces (like Thinzar and Lee Jin Hee), Bui and the two Thai women 5.

Blocks

Yuki Sato of Japan leads this category with 13. He is the only one in double figures, though Hanafiah Dollah’s 6/11 is worth a mention. Will he start the final ahead of Khairul Zaman? Htut leads the way here as well in the women’s game (12), head and shoulders above the rest.

Saves

Let’s not forget the feeders! Panupong Petlue and Farhan Adam have nine saves each – who will win this particular mini-battle in the men’s final? Nwe Htwe (16) leads the women, though Giap Thi Hien (11) and Kaewjai Pumsawangkaew (10) are not far behind.

Recommended article: Chomsky: We Are All – Fill in the Blank .
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