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Aya Ohori 大堀彩

Discussion in 'Japan Professional Players' started by Cycril, May 2, 2013.

  1. Cycril

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    I think this beauty deserved a thread here.

    She currently lost to Gu Juan from Singapore in the Malaysia Open GP Gold. :crying::crying: But still looks so awesome! and cute duh~ :D

    Currently just 17 years of age. I hope to see more from her. Fighting!

    Here is a picture of her in case you don't know who she is. :p
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  2. thanh_vn

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    Beautifull girl:

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  3. Shinichi

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    what racket is that?
     
  4. Cycril

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    I guess its a NR700RP.
     
  5. Loh

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    Aya Ohori became the BAYC 2013 WS Champion

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    She was seeded #3 but this pretty Japanese girl went on to win the Badminton Asia Youth Championships Individual WS U-19 title on 14 July 2013 by shocking Thailand's favourite Ongbamrungphan Busanan #1.

    This was her passage when she beat all her opponents:

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    [TD]It would appear that Ohori is another smashing machine equally adept at net plays, a very potent combination. Our very own Gu Juan can certainly learn something from Ohori if she wants to be champion.

    We can expect to see more of this Japanese beauty in the near future, even at senior tournaments.
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    Aya Ohori
    Plays: Womens singles
    Plays for (country): Japan
    Style: Left handed
    Born: October 2, 1996
    Current BWF ranking: 103

    Until last November, Aya Ohori was also playing WD with Mayu Nakamura and Akane Yamaguchi.

    She owns a 2-0 h2h over Busanan Ongbumrungpan
     
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    Wow.... she is quite pretty.
     
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    Let's hope you're not 50...
     
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    No, I am not. How about you ?
     
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    I don't think she's particularly pretty :)
     
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    We have different taste, then :)
     
  12. Loh

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    This is a wise reply better than a man of 50!
     
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    Just watched the BAYC WSF on youtube. She is very aggressive unlike the other Japanese WS player. If she can cut down her unforced mistakes, she can be one of the top WS players very soon.
     
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    On her FB page Aya Ohori calls Eriko her elder sister. It seems they enjoy a close and happy relationship, and Aya admits its no secret she often loses to Eriko :D

    April 16:
    "Tomorrow morning, I will be playing against Eriko Hirose in the first round of the Badminton Asia Championships 2013
    "It's very hard to win her. Because She teaches me to play badminton in team Japan. But i will try my best"

    Later that day:
    "Hey everyone!
    Unfortunately, I can't bring you a good new Because I lost my first round match to my old sister in team badminton Japan Eriko Hirose 0-2 ( 18-21, 10-21 ) in 39 minutes.
    "Dont worry, Because I usually lost Eriko When We play badminton in Japan. I'm young player And i will try my best"
     
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    From my view, she is the most beautiful female players in the world. She is even more attractive than Sharapova for me.
    aya-ohori-japanopen2012_yves0512.jpg
     
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    Saw her in a few videos and something about her personality or attitude that I don't like. Seems she gives a very negative vibe when things don't go her way. The way her reaction is sometimes when she gives up a point. I think just by changing that can improve her game and mentality.
     
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    Do not criticize severely. She is in youth and will be more mature. She was just frustrated with her performance. Some male tennis players even throw their racket when things don't go their way. Her ranking in BWF youth women single is number 2. I expect her will be a very successful women single player when her psychology and physiology become more mature. ;):):D
     
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    I understand she is young, that's why I said in my last sentence, just by that change, she can easily improve. Being young like her is no excuse, she is trained and the coache(s)/trainer(s) should be able to take her aside and teach her to use that frustration more effectively. I agree, she should be a good player to watch as she matures.
     
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    did not see her in Korea SS
     
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    just look at the latest 2014 national team members list, Aya Ohori has dropped to team B.
     

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