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BWF WORLD Junior Championships (Chiba, 25th October-3rd November 2012)

Discussion in '2012 Tournaments' started by CLELY, Oct 12, 2012.

  1. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    Incredible stuff really.....CHN wasted 3 match pts, while JPN wasted 1 so far.
     
  2. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    The Chinese XD pair eventually won the match and the WJC Team title after taking the decider-set 24-22.
     
  3. eaglehelang

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    China took the XD rubber 24-22. Phew, that was close. Japan's juniors this year are good
     
  4. limsy

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    too bad japan lost.
    congrats to china.
     
  5. etudiant

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    What a titanic battle between Chn and Japan
    Ended with 24-22 in 5th rubber :eek:

    Also good results for Ina who managed to get 4th position
     
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    Why was there even a 3/4 match?

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    Still haven't been able to find any videos of the event yet :(.
    Looks like no one went to Chiba.
    Badland Movie was in Kobe covering the high school tournament.
     
  8. limsy

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    as one of the reference for seeding for the next wjc.
     
  9. etudiant

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    Seeded 1 in GD from Bulgaria ?? That's odd

    Korean should be top seed given their victory in last WJC

    Once again senseless mind from organizers...
     
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    Hmm seeded 1 and 2 in BD from Ina :eek:
     
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    Expect tight battle in GS between only these 4 players : TTY, Sun Yue, Busanan and Nozomi

    Meanwhile BS title should be between Axel or Kento....
     
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    Edi Subaktiar/Melati Daeva should be best hope for Ina in xd
     
  13. badMania

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    Don't hope for much for INA BS and GS. They would be lucky enough to have 1 rep in R16.

    INA's best hope is in BD as expected. Hafiz/Putra are ranked 1st probably because of their senior ranking (which is higher than Edi/Arya). The good news is: Takuto Inoue/Yuki Kaneko, Wang Chi Lin/Wu Hsiao Lin, and Choi Sol Kyu/Park Se Woong are drawn in the same quarter. So, only 1 of these pairs will progress to the SF.

    GD and XD are also tough.
     
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    I will not expect too much from INA players/pairs that are seeded, usually that will give bad result :( no offense.
     
  15. CLELY

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    Indeed, it was very close encounter, should be tense final match.
    JPN replaces KOR who usually becoming runner-up position, well improvement by Japanese youngsters.
    INA moves up three rungs, from 7th to 4th, better outcome this year :)
     
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    The Bulgarian pair have won senior titles together in international tournaments, therefore their seeding isn't that surprising, their results are strong
     
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    will there be a video stream??
     
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    They lost to the unseeded Thai pair in the Team-event and will probably lose to Yu Xiaohan/Huang Yaqiong [5/8] in the QF.
     
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    well
    seeding doesnt matter
    tai tzu ying,world number 11,also lost to busanan in team event.
     

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