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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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    Panji Akbar Sudrajat [9/16] wins his first tricky match against a Korean 23-21, 21-11. Up next is Chang Tak Ching of HKG.
     
  2. fathonezic

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    speechless :(

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  3. vpsingh

    vpsingh Regular Member

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    Are Mark Alcala and Melvillne Ann Alcala related?
    And if somebody is curious - Pratul Joshi is elder brother of Adtiya Joshi and both are from Prakash Padukone Academy.
     
  4. fathonezic

    fathonezic Regular Member

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    I think, only Pei Tianyi left home... others are their best junior they have, i think...
     
  5. scorpion1

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    Even in the BWF junior rankings, chinese have not occupied the top positions.. Strange!!!.. Their principle is to attack directly in the senior circuit i guess.
     
  6. limsy

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    really?
    as far as i know,china never win more than 2 individual titles since 2008.
     
  7. fathonezic

    fathonezic Regular Member

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    yes, you are right, if not mistaken, mark alcala is only 13 yo. mark is malvinne's younger brother. many (in PHI) said that he has a bright future ahead. last year he won Singapore youth series U-13
     
  8. limsy

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    he played in xd just now,none of them left home.
     
  9. Jagdpanther

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    Please, my friend. You think too highly of them.
     
  10. fathonezic

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    oww thanks :D
    too bad he didnt play in team event
     
  11. vpsingh

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    To be honest, my childhood image of badminton was a racket wielding Indonesian:D. Chinese were the table-tennis guys.

    But given how Chinese win very less in juniors and are all over Olympics and World Champinships - I asked the question.
     
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    Joshi brothers have won their matches. Two more Indians in next round. Good going so far.
     
  13. scorpion1

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    Both the joshi brothers gone to next round.. Great .. So far good to indians.. As only one indian ws player was out of the competition
     
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    They don't play enough international tournaments for a seeded/top ranking. Song Xue must have gotten a seed based solely on his performance in the team tournament ...
    And there are not "few" CHinese players here, there are just many many Indian ones in comparison :D;)


    [​IMG] Those same ones used to win in juniors as well ...
     
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    because when they went to cba,they improve vastly.:D
    when malaysia junior enter bam,they never improve.;)
     
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    Basically... when the juniors are thrown into the "real battlefield", it's Charles Darwin all over again: survival of the fittest. The strong will be world beaters, the weak will be barely heard of.
    That's why for each Chen Jin/Chen Long, you have Zhou Wenlong, Qiu Yanbo, Lu Yi, etc, etc.

    CMIIW.
     
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    Again two indians are playing now. Lets hope for the best..
     
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    oh my god.. Both the indians are not doing well at this moment...
     
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    So we just need to bring in some guys from CBA to other countries to take them to next stage.
    Hmmmm I doubt Chinese would allow their coaches to be hired by Indians or Thais. :D
     
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    Don't know about Rituparna, but Dani should not give up without a fight. Let's see.
     

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