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2015 SCG Badminton ASIA Junior Championships (Bangkok, 28th June-5th July 2015)

Discussion in '2015 Tournaments' started by CLELY, Jun 28, 2015.

  1. kelana

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    He he he you had undervalued your countrywoman...she earns more than bronze!
     
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    Matches in the FINALS

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    Matches in the FINALS
    ..Sunday, July 5, 2015 at 12:00 PM


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    This very quiet poor AJC is said to be covered at last by the Live Stream in its final day... :D and hopefully it's of a quality streaming not just any.
     
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  3. CLELY

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    FINALS (12.00pm local time) => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...D1278D-F017-4315-BEC8-5D0DD78EA32B&d=20150705

    A clean sweep by CHN juniors? Two titles are secured, BD & GD and the badminton giant has high possibility to add more through XD, BS and GS.

    Zheng Siwei/Chen Qingchen, winner of two GP Gold tournaments, 2014 Bitburger Open and 2015 New Zealand Open is overwhelming favourite to nail Asia Junior title this year. Both reigning WJC Lin Guipu and his Korean opponent Seo Seung Jae look in good shape as they never drop any game en route to finale here, it will be interesting final tomorrow. Home GS Chochuwong Pornpawee who stunned one of top contender Saena Kawakami at last eight will meet first seed and 2014 Youth Olympic Games gold medalist, He Bingjiao, will she upset the top seed?
     
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    I am a little ignorant about this but would appreciate if you could tell me where do I get to see the Live Stream for the finals. Thank you
     
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    Except for BS, I'm afraid China will likely steamroll the rest.

    Will Chochuwong be able to topple the sturdy and more experienced Bing Jiao on home ground? All Thai fans must be present to support and encourage Chochuwong for her to create an upset.

    Korea's Seung Jae Seo #4 has impressed and with a higher ranking, he may be able to fight off China's Lin Gui Pu #6. But never underestimate the Chinese who had upset his Thai #3 rival before this.
     
  6. kelana

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    I did ask the same question earlier...
    Here's the warm response:

    I am afraid that we'll have to wait for our good Thai BCer, Penwinack, to inform all of us the working live stream link tomorrow :p Of course any BCer who has such info is welcomed to share here :)
     
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    no live score?cant catch the live stream
     
  9. CLELY

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    Thanks, too bad the live-stream is lagging, bad connection for me.

    Yup, sadly even live score is unavailable for this event.
     
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    Unfortunately the livestreams are just too laggy, a pain to watch. But managed to catch the last moment showing He Bingjiao's triumph, clinching the AJC title by 21-16,21-17. Hope it's available on youtube later.
     
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    As predicted, CHN young talents scooped all 5 individual titles, a huge successful here. In GD, Du Yue/Lin YH stunned their more favoured compatriot Chen QC/Jia YF in close battle, 21-14 / 18-21 / 21-18. Next, the juniors will eye World Junior Championships in Lima (PER), upcoming November.

    Congrats to all medalists :

    Boy's Singles
    Lin Guipu (CHN), gold
    Seo Seung Jae (KOR), silver
    Yuta Watanabe (JPN) & Lu Chia Hung (TPE), bronze

    Girl's Singles
    He Bingjiao (CHN), gold
    Chochuwong Pornpawee (THA), silver
    Goh Jinwei (MAS) & Moe Araki (JPN), bronze

    Boy's Doubles
    He Jiting/Zheng Siwei (CHN), gold
    Han Chengkai/Zhou Haodong (CHN), silver
    Lee Hong Sub/Lim Su Min (KOR) & Ren Xiangyu/Qiang Tan (CHN), bronze

    Girl's Doubles
    Du Yue/Lin Yinhui (CHN), gold
    Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan (CHN), silver
    Kim Hye Jeong/Park Keun Hye (KOR) & Nami Matsuyama/Chiharu Shida (JPN), bronze

    Mixed Doubles
    Zheng Siwei/Chen Qingchen (CHN), gold
    Choi Jong Woo/Kim Hye Jeong (KOR), silver
    Fachriza Abimanyu/Apriani (INA) & He Jiting/Du Yue (CHN), bronze
     
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    A clean sweep by CHN. Well done the coaches and players. Now that they have beaten the best of the young players from Asia, Lets hope CBA will give these youngsters a chance to gain experience in both the main and lesser tournaments. And of course it means we will be able to see them and chart their progress too.
    I will be looking forward to watching the finals when they are available on Youtube.
     
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    Looks like China not only have talent, but their talents seem to be more hardworking and committed as well.

    This combination is hard to beat.
     
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    A commanding performance by the CHN juniors. Lin Guipu is the most impressive, seemingly in devastating form, despatching all his opponents in two convincing straight sets, similarly for XD Cheng QC/Zheng SW in overpowering all opposition which however isn't in the least bit unexpected considering they have already made their mark in the senior circuit with a couple of GP titles to their names and collected some notable scalps such as the Adcocks, no less.

    For the BS Final, I was actually looking forward to the possible, if not anticipated, Lin GP - Firman Kholik clash which alas wasn't to be as the JPN Yuta Watanabe denied Firman in the QFs. Watanabe in turn was stopped by the eventual champion LGP.

    He Bingjiao's success is not surprising either but mention should also be made of her opponents, particularly 15-yr-old Goh Jin Wei who stretched her the full distance in three creditable sets as well as HBJ's Thai opponent Pornpawee who en route to the final disposed of the JPN Saena Kawakami, no mean feat as the latter was the NZ Open GP'15 winner who incidentally overcame none other than HBJ.
     
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    Thank you Justin for the information. Lin GP's performance as you said was very good. Firman A K looked impressive in the SEA games and I thought he would be a serious contender for the title. And when he beat Seung JS in the team competition in three sets, he looked headed for a clash with Lin GP in the semis.t was quite a surprise therefore that Yuta W beat Firman. Yet both were dispatched in two sets by Lin GP. Impressive!
    I hope someone will make these and other matches available for us.
    And Justin, I sincerely hope the CBA will reward them by testing their skills against the ROW
     
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    Indeed, perfect combination also their fitness level is so amazing.

    Too bad Kholik was stopped by Watanabe at last eight. Lin Guipu has bagged Asian & World Junior title, same with his predecessors, Chen Jin, Chen Long, Wang Zhengming, Tian Houwei, sounds he's CHN next big thing.

    Thank u for youtube link :)
     
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    Junior and Senior Levels

    Congratz to the CHN team for the cleansweep victory.

    However, despite the fact that CHN team succeed to have such impressive wins in the 2015 SCG AJC, I wish they keep in mind firmly that in the GS the truly strongest player at this age level (U19) is indeed from JPN, Akane Yamaguchi, who's absent from such junior tournament. They should not have any complacency! Also remember that JPN put their four GS in the last eight.

    Akane Yamaguchi, born June 6, 1997 (age 18), height: 156 cm, WR #10 (57,935 points from 15 tournaments)

    He Bingjiao, born March 21, 1997 (age 18), height: 168 cm, WR #56 (24,210 points from 6 tournaments)

    Akane Yamaguchi - He Bingjiao H2H : 2-0
    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/headtohead.aspx?dt=2&t1p1=75787&t2p1=54431

    There's still a significant gap between the two. And unless He can show her prowess to overcome Yamaguchi convincingly someday (not just a fluke winning), she is still at best the world's #2 or even less at the U19 level.

    And imho, the junior level superiority is meaningless if the junior champs can't evolve themselves into the credible players at the senior stage some time later. I will give them another two years at most to prove their worthiness in the real competition stage... time will tell soon!
     
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    Agree with your comments except that the H-H is 2-1 as HBJ beat her at the Youth Olympic Games, which was not included by BWF.
    The only way to prove yourself is to play in the tournaments where all the best are. So common CBA expose the juniors and let us see how they perform.
     
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    Thanks antssantss for your correction on their H2H record. Yes, it's on Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games, He Bingjiao beat Akane Yamaguchi at the Women’s Singles final: 22-24, 23-21, 21-17, a very close call. - http://www.bwfbadminton.org/news_item.aspx?id=87185
     

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