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Dutch Junior and German Junior 2011

Discussion in '2011 Tournaments' started by parmaham, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. parmaham

    parmaham Regular Member

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    This year there are some good entries from Hong Kong and Malaysia in the Yonex Dutch junior and the German junior.

    For the Yonex Dutch Junior you can find the entries at: http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=76B5834B-A35B-4A14-A2EA-D3706C51C4FD
    You can follow the tournament at the website http://www.dutchjunior.com/ or even more direct at the facebook-page Yonex Dutch Junior international badminton, or at twitter @YonexDJI.

    For the German Junior you can find all the info at http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/tournament.aspx?id=74DABAD8-6B0B-4395-A8CA-A47DAFF89B4F
    You can find the website for the german junior at http://www.german-juniors.de/

    I hope you will enjoy the tournaments, I know i will!
     
  2. Baddersmum

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    Looks like two great events with high uality players from lots of different countries. Does anyone have any photos from event yet ?
     
  3. limsy

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    with the absence of top player from korea,ina and china
    it wasn't too competitive
    and surprisingly malaysia lost 2 ms as early as round 64
     
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    Maybe the European's are just getting better
     
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    yeah
    maybe
    and the 2 who lost in round 64 isn't the candidate for asian junior and world junior this year,so,no worry
     
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    How old is Soo Teck Zhi and Tan An Kang? Always see them in 100 plus junior tournament...

    Here to support Chow Mei Kuan/Lee Meng Yean :)
     
  7. limsy

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    tai an kang is 17
    not sure about soo,should be 16/17
     
  8. Baddersmum

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    Tom wolfenden who beat Tai an Kang has only just turned 17 to
     
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    Shame travel is not cheaper would be good for the different nations to get together more often
     
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    Nice to see some Nordic power in the MS at the Dutch Junior.
     
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    Tai An Kang doesn't seem very promising... Goh Giap Chin should be better.. But our main man for this year is Zul :)
     
  12. Baddersmum

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    What are the Korean's like heading for the German next week ?
     
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    Chow Mei Kuan/Lee Meng Yean are in SF after a 3 game win :) Hope they won't be too tired!

    Singh Jagdish
    Juan Shen Low
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    Chun Hei Lee [2]
    Ka Long Ng
    21-19 17-21 21-19

    !!!! They beat the WJC semi-finalists? How old are they?
     
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    low is 18 already
    jagdish should be 16 i guess
     
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    the tournament schedule always require them to play twice a day in single department
    i think some of them cant handle 4 match per day(2 events)
    thus,lost as some of them went to rubber
    not everyone have good stamina like iskandar and tee jing yi in the 2009 dutch and german as they both played more than 20 matches in 2 weeks(3 events)
    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...666BFE-F4DE-42A1-A431-7B695A33B384&d=20090301
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    anyway,was surprised that low/jagdish beat the wjc bronze medalist
    but i think the hk pair is tired also as lee chun hei reach xd final and ng ka long reach ms semi final
     
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    It will be an All-Malaysian final in the Dutch Junior for MD as Nelson Heg/Teo Ee Yi and Low Juan Shen/Jagdish Singh won their matches respectively.
     
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    Yeah! Chow Mei Kuan/Lee Meng Yean cruised to the final with a straightforward 21-12; 21-17 win! Hope they have the gas to win the final! :)
     
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    virginia yeung is a good player(+ leng lui)
    haha
    i on malaysia side
    hehe
     
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    the inexperience goh missed the chance to seal 1st set
    hopefully he will win the 2nd without trouble and go all out in 3rd set
     
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    5 finalist with one title assured
    ng ka long is too strong for goh
    if ng ka long is exhausted
    then goh have a chance
     

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