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The particular draw for ISS Malaysia 2015

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Well, we are finally back in action – or almost! After a three-month hiatus, the particular ISTAF SuperSeries returns, pitting the top eight men’s and six women’s teams against one another.

The venue is the Melaka Global Trade Centre, located around 100 km south of the capital Kuala Lumpur and with some impressive sporting services that are being made available to ISTAF from Thursday night 5 – Sunday 8 February.

The groups are usually as follows:

MEN’S DRAW

Group A: Thailand, Japan, Korea, Myanmar

Thailand and Myanmar faced each other within Naypyitaw three months ago, with the champions defeating the hosts in straight sets on the second day, however they were made to work for it. Korea and japan also faced off in Myanmar, with the blues getting the win towards a very under-strength Korean side. This time around, the land of the morning relaxed will doubtless be sending the best guns, after ISS Myanmar 2014 clashed with a domestic tournament, starving the Koreans of their top gamers.

This could well function as the group of death, and Myanmar v Korea is a certainly a mouth-watering tie for the group stages.

Group B: Malaysia, Singapore, China, Indonesia

We’ll be having an additional Straits derby, after the one within Myanmar went the way of likes Malaysia, who pulled away from nearby neighbours Singapore after a tight first set. Indonesia also defeated an under-manned China team comfortably in Naypyitaw.

It will be interesting to find out which players feature for the sponsor nation after so many past plus current (any maybe even future) internationals were on display in the current highly-successful Sepaktakraw League held in the country over December and January.

WOMEN’S DRAW

Group The: Vietnam, Korea, Malaysia

Vietnam and Malaysia met in the opening round this year, as well as the team in red cruised to some straight-sets win en route to winning the group and eventually making the final.

Group B: Thailand, The japanese, Myanmar

The particular Thais thrashed Japan in Naypyitaw, showing no pity as they raced to a win in less than half-an-hour. Myanmar also made light work of the under-staffed Japanese regu three months ago, and then played out one of the fits of the tournament, pushing Thailand all the way up and becoming just the second regu (after Korea in the ISTAF SuperSeries Palembang 2011 final) to take a set off the favourites.

Thailand again will be the team to defeat, but Myanmar will be itching to show that they can compete with Vietnam to be the Thais main rivals, while it is critical intended for Malaysia to put on a good show before their home crowd.

In good news for fans unable to make it to Melaka, all matches will once again be streamed live on sepaktakraw. org, and this time around, each and every match may have commentary! Enjoy!

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Well, we’re finally back in action – or almost! After a three-month hiatus, the ISTAF SuperSeries returns, pitting the top eight men’s and six women’s teams against one another.

The particular venue is the Melaka International Trade Centre, located around 100 km southern of the capital Kuala Lumpur and with some impressive sporting facilities that are to be made available to ISTAF from Thursday five – Sunday 8 February.

The groups are as follows:

MEN’S ATTRACT

Group A: Thailand, Japan, Korea, Myanmar

Thailand plus Myanmar faced each other in Naypyitaw three months ago, with the champions defeating the hosts in straight units on the second day, but they were made to work for it. Japan and Korea furthermore faced off in Myanmar, using the blues getting the win against an extremely under-strength Korean side. This time around, the particular land of the morning calm can doubtless be sending the big weapons, after ISS Myanmar 2014 clashed with a domestic tournament, depriving the particular Koreans of their top players.

This could well be the number of death, and Myanmar v Korea is a certainly a mouth-watering tie up for the group stages.

Group B: Malaysia, Singapore, China, Indonesia

We’ll be having another Straits derby, after the one in Myanmar went the way of favourites Malaysia, who pulled away from neighbours Singapore after a tight first set. Indonesia also defeated an under-manned Tiongkok team comfortably in Naypyitaw.

It will be interesting to see which players feature for the host country after so many past and current (any maybe even future) internationals were on display in the recent highly-successful Sepaktakraw League held in the country more than December and January.

WOMEN’S DRAW

Group A: Vietnam, Korea, Malaysia

Vietnam and Malaysia met within the opening round this year, and the team in red cruised to a straight-sets win en route to winning the group and finally making the final.

Group B: Thailand, Japan, Myanmar

The Thais thrashed Japan in Naypyitaw, displaying no pity as they raced to some win in less than half-an-hour. Myanmar furthermore made light work of the under-staffed Japanese regu three months ago, and then played out one of the matches of the tournament, pushing Thailand all the way plus becoming just the second regu (after Korea in the ISTAF SuperSeries Palembang 2011 final) to take a set from the favourites.

Thailand again will be the team to beat, but Myanmar will be itching to show they can compete with Vietnam to be the Thais major rivals, while it is critical for Malaysia to put on a good show in front of their house crowd.

In great news for fans unable to make it to Melaka, most matches will once again be live-streaming live on sepaktakraw. org, and this time around, each and every match will have commentary! Enjoy!

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