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Ladies in Myanmar – Six of the greatest

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Women in Myanmar – six of the best

As we know, the men’s tournaments in the ISTAF SuperSeries 2014/15 have already been pared down to eight of the top ten teams in the world. For the women’s, who will be playing at the same time as the males, it’s even tighter – 6 countries will be at each of the four tournaments, starting in Naypyitaw, Myanmar from 30 October – 2 November 2014 and followed by Korea in December then two more in early 2015.

Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia will be involved in all four of the tournaments, while four some other teams will get three appearances every. In Naypyitaw, hosts Myanmar plus Indonesia will be taking part, along with Japan who have replaced the Korean team that was originally slated to appear (and who will doubtless figure in the top six at plenty of the other tournaments).

The teams will be drawn in two groups, with the top two in each making the semi-finals while the third-placed teams will play off for fifth. This means that unquestionably anything could happen in the group stages and – even more so than in the men’s competition – every point will count.

Remember what happened at the ISTAF SuperSeries 2013/14 Finals in Kuala Lumpur in March of this year. Korea, Myanmar and Vietnam all recorded one win in their group matches amongst each other. In fact , they even ended up winning and losing the same variety of sets. In the final group go with, every rally was crucial as Korea raced into a lead against Vietnam and had match points in 14-4 in the second set that could have seen them into the play-offs plus Vietnam out of the competition.

Vietnam won the next four points, meaning that they were in the play-offs. Two more points and they would have overtaken Myanmar as group winners plus gone directly into the semis… yet no! Korea won the go with, Vietnam went into the play-offs, Myanmar took first place in the group – and as all this played out, three different scenarios appeared and disappeared as the match went on. For a commentator, it was as complicated as it arrives, but perhaps the most exciting scenario in any sport that I have ever had to follow!

Two and indeed maybe all three of Asia, Vietnam and Myanmar could result in the same group in Naypyitaw. After that there’s Indonesia, who took silver in the team event at the King’s Cup, ISTAF SuperSeries 2013/14 Titles runners-up Malaysia and of course Japan, who have in the form of Chiharu Yano, Sawa Aoki and Yukie Sato took bronze in the doubles at the recent Hard anodized cookware Games.

It’s a cliché, but just you wait and see – every point will depend.

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Women in Myanmar – six of the best

As we know, the men’s tournaments in the ISTAF SuperSeries 2014/15 have already been pared down to eight of the top ten teams in the world. For the women’s, who will be playing at the same time as the males, it’s even tighter – 6 countries will be at each of the four tournaments, starting in Naypyitaw, Myanmar from 30 October – 2 November 2014 and followed by Korea in December then two more in early 2015.

Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia will be involved in all four of the tournaments, while four some other teams will get three appearances every. In Naypyitaw, hosts Myanmar plus Indonesia will be taking part, along with Japan who have replaced the Korean team that was originally slated to appear (and who will doubtless figure in the top six at plenty of the other tournaments).

The teams will be drawn in two groups, with the top two in each making the semi-finals while the third-placed teams will play off for fifth. This means that unquestionably anything could happen in the group stages and – even more so than in the men’s competition – every point will count.

Remember what happened at the ISTAF SuperSeries 2013/14 Finals in Kuala Lumpur in March of this year. Korea, Myanmar and Vietnam all recorded one win in their group matches amongst each other. In fact , they even ended up winning and losing the same variety of sets. In the final group go with, every rally was crucial as Korea raced into a lead against Vietnam and had match points in 14-4 in the second set that could have seen them into the play-offs plus Vietnam out of the competition.

Vietnam won the next four points, meaning that they were in the play-offs. Two more points and they would have overtaken Myanmar as group winners plus gone directly into the semis… yet no! Korea won the go with, Vietnam went into the play-offs, Myanmar took first place in the group – and as all this played out, three different scenarios appeared and disappeared as the match went on. For a commentator, it was as complicated as it arrives, but perhaps the most exciting scenario in any sport that I have ever had to follow!

Two and indeed maybe all three of Asia, Vietnam and Myanmar could result in the same group in Naypyitaw. After that there’s Indonesia, who took silver in the team event at the King’s Cup, ISTAF SuperSeries 2013/14 Titles runners-up Malaysia and of course Japan, who have in the form of Chiharu Yano, Sawa Aoki and Yukie Sato took bronze in the doubles at the recent Hard anodized cookware Games.

It’s a cliché, but just you wait and see – every point will depend.

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