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BWF World Junior Championships 2008

Discussion in '2008 Tournaments' started by CLELY, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. leonardklh

    leonardklh Regular Member

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    haha.. ... btw, florah also having SPm.. why she can go to india de????
     
  2. leonardklh

    leonardklh Regular Member

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    how come foong yi xin not selected to india de???
     
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    is Saina Nehwal participate in this WJC? if so,surely the WS tittle is hers......
     
  4. PlayaFromMalaya

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    not really , but i know him . He used to train me . Well he's the assistant coach..

    he got selected to BJSS after beating teo kok siang in MS and MD in the MSSM last year
     
  5. huangkwokhau

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    I think so....especially on Women team, WS and WD........
     
  6. huangkwokhau

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    YES...she will be there...........
     
  7. limsy

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    oh i see...hmm...so...do he good in single???what is his main weapon???:confused:

    hauge,even saina will lost???
     
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    main weapon..uhh..? height? i dunno..he's pretty tall. he was the top under 18 player in melaka and played doubles with goh kang zhuang ..
     
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    I am hoping China MS does well... No expectations for MD, we never really seem to win.
     
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    From history, CHN is always doing well..........
     
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    dont be pesimictic,chai biao is a good doubles player
     
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    Anyone know where the draw is supposed to have been completed by now
     
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    ong boon hui facing spm this year.
    Yvoone 18 this year..
     
  14. limsy

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    OH...thanks...so...why ong jing er is not on the list???:confused:...not good enough???:rolleyes:
     
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    so...both of them are relative???goh+goh...:confused:
     
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    junior championships draws?

    somebody here have the draws for junior championship 2008?
     
  17. limsy

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    I Also Wonder Where Is The Draw???
     
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    the mixed team draw is actually will be held in Oct 11 local time....the individual draw might as well not so far behind....so we'll just have 2 be patient.....
     
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    OH I SEE...hope mas have a good draw...and a good finish
     
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    Yup, based on BWF website the drawing of 2008 World Junior Team Championship 'SUHANDINATA Cup' (formerly Bimantara Cup) will be held today, 10.00 local time (11.30 WIB/12.30 MAS-SIN-CHN time).

    Participating countries :

    1) China
    2) South Korea
    3) Singapore
    4) Malaysia
    5) Japan
    6) Indonesia
    7) Thailand
    8) India
    9) England
    10) Scotland
    11) New Zealand
    12) Hongkong
    13) Turkey
    14) Russia
    15) Czech Republic
    16) Chinese Taipei
    17) Germany
    18) Mauritius
    19) Srilanka
    20) Estonia
    21) France
    22) Canada
     

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