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European U17 Team and Individual Event

Discussion in '2009 Tournaments' started by Baddersmum, Aug 26, 2009.

  1. Baddersmum

    Baddersmum Regular Member

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    Just a question ???

    hi

    This competition wil be very interesting !!

    But do you know why 2 big european countries not entrie : Germany and Netherland ???

    It's quite incomprehensible. That's the biggest competition in Europe !!!
    :confused:
     
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    Yes suprising, maybe because it's such a long event over a week
    Just checked and they didn't enter last time either

    Other than the Danish :) events & team matches are pretty open
     
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    Following the U19, my prediction for the U17 [​IMG][​IMG]:

    MS: Viktor Axelsen [1] vs Kyrylo Leonov [5/8] (/Emre Sale [9/16])
    WS: Caro Marin [1] vs Kirsty Gilmour [2]
    MD: Colberg/Paulsen [1] vs Corvee/Grosjean [2]
    WD: Juel/Poulsen [1] vs Madsen/van Zaane [3/4]
    XD: Emre Lale/Neslihan Kilic [1] vs Colberg/Poulsen [2] (/Jim Middelburg/Soraya De Visch Eijbergen [5/8]


    Too many 1's versus 2's :eek:
     
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    Alternatively for MS top-half: Anatoliy Yartsev [3/4] (Marat Safin only quit yesterday, changed name and turned up at the EJC U17 :cool:)
    Already beat #1 seed Vik Axe in the team tourney so interesting to see if the dane can get even, which I counted on above ...
     
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    Misread the brackets, Kyrylo Leonov of Ukraine is in the top half as well likely to meet russian Baby Marat.
    Which leaves the bottom half open to lefty Emre Sale but could just as well turn out to be Daniel v Hooijdonk following his brother Jamie's footsteps at the U19 earlier this year or korean born second seed Kim Bruun of Denmark ...

    Anatoliy Yartsev aka Baby Marat / Marat Jr. [​IMG] (look at his legs!)
     

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    bah, low quality prediction.
    any fool can predict that the top seed will meet the second seed in the final!
    :rolleyes::p

     
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    :D Tournament Director: Matevž Šrekl info @ badminton-zveza.si
    Fax: +386 2 5742521

    Tell them the seeding is all screwed up! [​IMG]
     
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    Update 1 (14/11/09)

    QF

    XD
    [​IMG] Joris Grosjean & Lea Palermo ('93) [5/8]
    vs
    [​IMG] Emre Lale & Neslihan Kilic ('93) [1]
    17-21 21-12 21-15

    GS
    [​IMG] Line Kjærsfeldt ('94) [5/8] vs Kirsty Gilmour ('93) [2] [​IMG] 21-14 21-17

    SF

    XD
    [​IMG] Kasper Antonsen & Amanda Madsen ('94) [3/4]
    vs
    [​IMG] Joris Grosjean & Lea Palermo ('93) [5/8]
    21-17 21-11

    GS
    [​IMG] Neslihan Yigit ('94) [9/16] vs Line Kjærsfeldt ('94) [5/8] [​IMG] 21-19 21-16
     
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    SF

    BS
    [​IMG] Kim Bruun ('93) [2] vs Emre Lale ('93) [9/16] [​IMG] 21-15 23-21

    GD
    [​IMG] Neslihan Kilic & Neslihan Yigit ('93/'94) [2]
    vs
    [​IMG] Amanda Madsen & Josephine Van Zaane ('94/'93) [3/4]
    15-21 22-20 (18-20) 21-18
     
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    FINALS

    XD
    [​IMG] Frederik Colberg & Mette Poulsen ('93) [2]
    vs
    [​IMG] Kasper Antonsen & Amanda Madsen ('94) [3/4]
    21-16 21-17

    GS
    [​IMG] Carolina Marin Martin ('93) [1] vs Neslihan Yigit ('94) [9/16] [​IMG]
    21-9 21-3

    BS
    [​IMG] Viktor Axelsen ('93) [1] vs Kim Bruun ('93) [2] [​IMG]
    21-19 17-21 21-17

    BD
    [​IMG] Frederik Colberg & Kasper Paulsen ('93) [1]
    vs
    [​IMG] Lucas Corvee & Joris Grosjean ('93) [2]
    24-22 11-21 21-16

    GD
    [​IMG] Celine Juel & Mette Poulsen ('93) [1]
    vs
    [​IMG] Neslihan Kilic & Neslihan Yigit ('93/'94) [2]
    21-13 21-14
     
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    U17 gents

    Correction: ('94)

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    [​IMG] Kim Bruun ('93) [2]
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    [​IMG] Anatoliy Yartsev [3/4]
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG] Emre Lale ('93) [9/16]
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    [​IMG] Kyrylo Leonov [5/8]
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    [​IMG] Daniel van Hooijdonk ('93) [9/16]
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG] Lucas Corvee ('93) [3/4]
    [​IMG]
     
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    U17 ladies

    [​IMG] Carolina Marin ('93) [1]
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG] Neslihan Yigit ('94) [9/16]
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG] Ebru Tunali ('93) [9/16]
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG] Line Kjaersfeldt ('94) [5/8]
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG] Kirsty Gilmour ('93) [2]
    [​IMG]
     
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    DEN still dominating Europe. Even their juniors. :p
    BTW, this Kim Bruun, is he of Asian-descent? :confused:
     
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    Viktor is only 94!

    That means he is only under 16 now and therefore can play u17's aswell next year!
     
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    [​IMG]

    look at his left knee:eek:
    cyborg:D
     
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    Yes, he was born in Korea. Possibly adopted, though I don't know for sure. Perhaps he has a Korean mother and a Danish father as Bruun is definitely a Danish name.
     
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    The only problem for him: there won't be a EJC U17 next year. It's gonna be every other year.

    On the other hand, there is a WJC U19 each year, so 14-year-old Ratchanok Intanon from Thailand could win the GS title 4 more years.
     
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