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    Quote Originally Posted by jetan7485 View Post
    if yesterday a lot of MAS lost, today we see a lot of Japan players lost, some Korean and no 1 seed XD from INA.
    Many Korean got tough draw, they gave trouble to some seeded players, effect of no play in AJC.

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    As feared, Lukhi/Ririn lost in the first match of the day to the KOR pair....20-22 in the rubber-set Once again, tough luck for being drawn against a KOR pair early in the draw. Rusydina also lost in rubber-set to Neslihan Yigit.

    The rest of the contingent remains intact and these are the representatives in R16 so far:
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    Riyanto Subagja vs Khosit Phetradab - the winner should face Viktor Axelsen in the QF. A 50-50 match.

    Sameer Verma [3/4] vs Arif Gifar Ramadhan [9/16] - at least Gifar fulfills his seeding. Yet another 50-50 match and I am hoping for an uspet.

    Wisnu Yuli Prasetyo - likely to face Thammasin Sitthikhom

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    Cemre Fere [9/16] vs Elyzabeth Purwaningtyas [5/8] - I believe Eliyzabeth can prevail.

    Yulia Yosephine Susanto - possibly will face Carolina Marin [2]

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    Jim Middelburg/Vincent De Vires vs Lukhi Apri Nugropho/Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo - Lukhi/Kevin should beat the NED pair and progress to a QF meeting against Nelson Heg/Teo Ee Yi [3/4].

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    Aisyah Binte Latib/Toh Siew Fen vs Anggia Shitta Awanda/Shella Devi Aulia [5/8] - Anggia/Shella should win this and face the second-seed Chow Mei Kuan/Lee Meng Yean in the QF.

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    Jim Middleburg/Soraya De Visch Eibergen [3/4] vs Alfian Eko Prasetya/Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja - the INA pair can win this match despite the fact that the NED pair is seeded.

    Hafiz Faisal/Shella Devi Aulia [9/16] - will possible face a tough match against Nelson Heg Wei Keat/Chow Mei Kuan [3/4].

    Ronald Alexander/Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah [9/16] vs Joris Grosjean/Lea Palermo [5/8] - again, a winnable match.

    Still 5 more matches involving INA players in R32:
    Lee So Hee/Shin Seung Chan [3/4] vs Ririn Amelia/Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja
    Ronald Alexander/Selvanus Geh [3/4] vs Choi Sol Kyu/Park Se Woong
    Suci Rizky Andini/Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah [1] vs Gauri Ghate/Maneesha K.
    Tom Wolfenden vs Shesar Hiren Rhustavito [9/16]
    Hafiz Faisal/Alfian Eko Prasetya vs Wannawat Ampunsuwan/Tinn Isriyanate [5/8]

    Apart from the 3 matches against KOR pairs and THA pair, INA should take the other 2 matches.

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    Ririn/Gloria lost the first-set 15-21. Can they rebound and take the second-set?

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    aarrgghh...... ririn/gloria lost sooo tightly to KOR.....
    KOR and INA have very tough draw..... meet each other in early round...

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    Sigh...Ririn is second-time unlucky against KOR opponents today, wasted yet another 2 match pts in the GD match and ended up losing the rubber-set 22-24. Not a good day for her.

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    Ronald/Selvanus also lost the first-set 25-27, despite leading 20-17. INA players are definitely not good in converting match pts.

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    why are ina junior cant perform well here compare to ajc?

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    Suci Rizky Andini/Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah won easily as expected. They will face Lam Narissapat/Methanee Pattanapitoon later this evening.

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    This time, Ronald/Selvanus convert their game pt without a fuss, 21-17, and force a rubber-set. They should have won this already by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    why are ina junior cant perform well here compare to ajc?
    who?
    I think only unseeded player/pair did well in AJC.
    not the seeded ones.
    IMO, each time INA player/pair is seeded they did not perfom well.

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    The worst fear is realized. R16 will be played starting from 5pm onwards!
    Suci/Tiara will play at 6:20pm and then 8:20pm for Ronald/Tiara.

    Likewise, Shella/Anggia and Hafiz/Shella are having the same schedule!

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    Canadian XD Yakura/Tsai in a shock lead over MAS #3/4 Heg/Chow 11-6

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    Carolina Marin having her hands full with Yu Chien Hui of TPE. The local crowd must be lifting her. CM 11-10

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    who?
    I think only unseeded player/pair did well in AJC.
    not the seeded ones.
    IMO, each time INA player/pair is seeded they did not perfom well.
    the winner of ajc xd and other familiar name

    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    The worst fear is realized. R16 will be played starting from 5pm onwards!
    Suci/Tiara will play at 6:20pm and then 8:20pm for Ronald/Tiara.

    Likewise, Shella/Anggia and Hafiz/Shella are having the same schedule!
    anyone who play 2 or 3 event and had advance will face the same thing
    and this is not new in ajc or wjc

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    why are ina junior cant perform well here compare to ajc?
    I can say, Singles are better in WJC. Doubles are better in AJC.
    In AJC, the double players are trained in their club, only one-two weeks in Pelatnas. Singles mostly are Pelatnas players, they are trained in Pelatnas.

    So we can compare where champ is better for training beside some players has more pressure with status as Pelatnas player and seeded player in this tournament.

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    Ronald/Selvanus lead 11-9 at the interval of the rubber-set. Still too tight to tell.

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