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SCG Badminton Asia Junior U17 & U15 Championships 2014

Discussion in '2014 Tournaments' started by Akin44, Nov 10, 2014.

  1. Akin44

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    This time all the top countries participating except China...
     
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    Most seeded players are through to the next round.
    Its surprisingly quiet here in this thread.
     
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    Some interesting numbers relating to countries we don't often see or hear about in badminton...

    Nepal has sent 7 players.
    Kazakhstan - 5
    Pakistan - 4
    Bahrain - 2
    Cambodia - 4
    Turkmenistan - 3
    Bangladesh - 4

    It's also nice to see that a lot of them have moved into the second round, as well.

    Maybe this shows that the popularity of badminton is on the rise in many of these countries. Which is a very good thing! :D
     
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    Wednesday, and a top seed fails.
    XD U15 #1 pair from Nepal, Maharjan/Gurung went down tamely to the Thai couple Phakjarung/Korepap

    In GS U17, top seed Chochuwang Pornpawee continues her smooth sailing through the rounds, followed by #2 Yeo Jaimin of Singapore.

    IN BS U17, #1 seed Wangcharoen Kantaphon from Thailand moves on as well.

    And In BS U15, #1 seed Lakshya Sen of India does likewise, but is the only seed to make it to the quarter-final round.

    In the GS U15, the top 2 seeds Pattarasuda and Piramon -both from Thailand, will hit the quarter-finals with a bunch of unseeded girls from Korea and Japan. This is a clear reflection of how things are shaping up in the Opens as well. There is a groundswell of highly competitive players coming out of these three countries.

    The BD U17 have 2 unseeded pairs from Vietnam in the quarter-finals -Thien Loc Nguyen/Bao Thien Vo, and Van Tu Le/Van Duc Nguyen.

    Two pairs from Sri Lanka survive to make it to Thursday- Moragoda/Ambegoda in the BD U15, and Abeyrathna/Ambalangodage in the GD U15. The girls, incidentally, are top seeds in the GD U15 category but haven't played a game yet- they received a bye in round 1, and were gifted a withdrawal in round 2. Their match-fitness will be tested by Indonesia's girls, Kusuma/Sugiarto (wow! very well-known surnames!)
     
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    As usual, you fill in the gap cobalt. Thanks for keeping the thread live.

    Most of us forgot about the ongoing junior championships. Ofcourse, I expect lakshya sen in U-15 and siril verma in U-17 to take the respective BS titles.
     
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    Indian girls disappointed... all girls lost yesterday... Future of Indian women's singles really looks blurr... while we have four boys singles players playing in each quarterfinal of BS u17...
     
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    You're right! ;) The future of IND WS looks SO blurry that even the "y" of "blurry" cannot be seen any more! :D
     
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    BS U15 top seed lakshaya lost to a Japanese...
     
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    Interesting to see a XD pair of india entering finals.

    Yes. U-17 XD pair satwik sairaj/Riya mukherji entered finals of asian junior championships by beating japanese pair 21-15,21-17 and is going to play indonesian pair for the title.
     
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    Yep really strange and interesting to see more doubles players(3pairs) than singles at this stage...
     
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    Siril lost :(
     
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    ribka sugiarto is not related to tommy sugiarto, the only sister of tommy sugiarto is jauza fadhilla sugiarto (born in 1999), which paired with wjc finalist this year, apriani rahayu, is the GD U17 winner of this tournament...
     
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    sugiarto is not a surname.
    and most Indonesian people don't have first name-surname or first name-last name mechanism
     

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