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    2 INA pairs progress to the SF. One of them is the promising 14-yo pairing of Yahya Adi Kumara/Yantony Edy Saputra, who have been dominating Sirnas in the U-15 category. The other pair is Febriani Endar Kusumastuti/Ristya Ayu Nugraheny.

    Both pairs will face THA opponents tomorrow for a place in the Final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    jeka raffi lost...hmm... good lesson for them...
    Not bad for 15 y.o. young boys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovelyka View Post
    Not bad for 15 y.o. young boys.
    yup, esp Raffidias is so tall, 184 cm, for a 15 y.o boys. Perhaps he will become INA future stars

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    photos of Febriani/Ristya when playing in INA local tourney



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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    yup, esp Raffidias is so tall, 184 cm, for a 15 y.o boys. Perhaps he will become INA future stars
    Dear rafi, stop growing, please.

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    Results of Day 3.....
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    Some of the photos of this tournament.
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    Thanks very much, suetyan for your daily updates and info! You are our saviour!!!

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    The Japanese teams appear to have been more consistent than other teams. Thailand has also done quite well, followed by Korea. I hope these players continue to improve over the years. It will create more competition and more excitement!

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    Too bad, the 2 INA pairs that went to the SF got beaten

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Too bad, the 2 INA pairs that went to the SF got beaten
    yes, but its ok, they lost in a tight match...

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    Final results.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    Thanks very much, suetyan for your daily updates and info! You are our saviour!!!
    you are welcome.

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    Japan has done very well at this event! Congratulations to team Japan

    So has Thailand, but to some extents that is to be expected. The Thai youngsters do well very often, but they appear to run into problems later on when they grow out of the Juniors circuit. I believe it is because they need to concentrate on education?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    Japan has done very well at this event! Congratulations to team Japan

    So has Thailand, but to some extents that is to be expected. The Thai youngsters do well very often, but they appear to run into problems later on when they grow out of the Juniors circuit. I believe it is because they need to concentrate on education?
    I think so....
    many of thai players are very good in education.
    even, Pisit Poodchalat just got into Chulalongkorn University (the best university in Thailand). Nitchaon also. but i forgot her university. if i am not mistaken, it is silpakorn university (good univ also).
    I think, they got busier in education than in badminton. as from what i know, study in Thai univ is quite tough.
    much tougher than studying in INA univ i think (from my experience).

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    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    Some of the photos of this tournament.
    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    Final results.......
    Thanks for the photos and the results.

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