They would have certainly made team finals based on what they showed.
Adem Asil, Ahmet Onder did AA
Ibrahim Colak did just rings
Ferhat Arican did just pommels and parallel bars
So the “team” of four was just missing three scores in 4-3-3 scenario. High bar, Floor, and Vault.
|Totals||28.633||39.966 (8)||44.099 (1)||29.433||44.857 (5)||27.933|
As you can see Turkey performed well on still rings and would have been ranked 1st overall there, with a 5th on PB, and 8th on pommels. Clearly they would have been headed to team finals.
But what position would they have gotten in team qualifications?
|Ranking After TQ||Passing||Total score needed (FX/VT/HB)||Average Score per rotation needed|
So I would predict that Turkey would have easily passed Ukraine, knocking them out of team finals, and also Switzerland and Germany to settle in 6th comfortably.
Granted VT and FX can get scores in the 14s but it is hard to get high 13s on high bar so it would have been harder to pass Great Britain and USA but definitely not impossible.
For fun I took Ferhat Arican’s scores from team qualification in Stuttgart (Colak did PB in Stuttgart but his score would have been dropped anyway)
Total: 39.933, so not enough to pass GBR or USA so they would likely have remained 6th.