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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    i hope mas team will let go xd
    to increase the chance in md and wd
    MAS should consider being nice to Canadians. We are very nice people.
    MAS 13-11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    Some Korea players have competed in Surabaya this year, we can see the progress of their performances.

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...3-73A810C88D6E
    wowww.....
    Choi Sol Kyu is still U-17 !!!!
    he should be a very good talent in MD and XD !!!

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    Carolina Marin has booked her ticket to R4 with a 21-14, 21-17 win over TPE player Yu.

    She faces INA player Yulia.

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    Look away for a second and MAS are all over the CAN pair 19-12. SIGH.

    MAS wins G2 21-14.

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    Looks like a bit of a break after the remaining 2:50pm matches are done.

    INA pair Hafiz/Alfian have shown the #5/8 THA pair the door with a straight games win

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    the winner of ajc xd and other familiar name



    anyone who play 2 or 3 event and had advance will face the same thing
    and this is not new in ajc or wjc
    I am still quite happy with the INA camp result so far. Yesterday only Hana lost to Noz. Today, Lukhi/Ririn lost very close to KOR pair, bad drawing. Ririn/Gloria also lost to KOR pair very tight score. and Rusydina forced rubber with Yigit (she beat Hana during group match too)..

    in junior competition, the seeding does not really reflect the strength of a pair/player. Wisnu and Vito are probably better than Arief Gifar and Riyanto (both seed 9/16), but they are not seeded.. and yes, Lukhi/Ririn is unstable and seldom win Sirnas..

    I really look forward these Ina WJC batch and hope to see some of them take part in Olympic 2016 and 2020

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    XD: Not a good start in the rubber by the Canadians, down 2-6

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    Hafiz Faisal/Alfian Eko Prasetya also progress to R16 after beating the seeded THA pair 21-17, 21-16. They will face a home pair in Tien Tzu-Chieh/Wang Chih-Hao for a place in the last 8.

    Overall, 14 out of 17 INA representatives are through to R16; with 3 casualties: Lukhi/Ririn, Ririn/Gloria, and Rusydina. Not too bad after all.

    Tougher matches lie ahead tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Looks like a bit of a break after the remaining 2:50pm matches are done.

    INA pair Hafiz/Alfian have shown the #5/8 THA pair the door with a straight games win
    this pair beat Ronald/Selvanus in rubber on QF Team match right? They lost rather easily today. It just shows our players have non technical issues when facing pressures.. The Individual results so far are more encouraging than team result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    wowww.....
    Choi Sol Kyu is still U-17 !!!!
    he should be a very good talent in MD and XD !!!
    The same goes for Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo, who's still 16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    yes.... Edi/Arya won some Sirnas. beating Ronald/Selvanus in the final/SF.
    They are the best U-19 along with Lukhi/Kevin and Hafiz/Putra after Praveen/Rangga move to open category.
    Edi/Arya also won the Tangkas-Alfamart Junior Challenge this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetan7485 View Post
    this pair beat Ronald/Selvanus in rubber on QF Team match right? They lost rather easily today. It just shows our players have non technical issues when facing pressures.. The Individual results so far are more encouraging than team result.
    Another reason is Ampunsuwan tired, he has played too much MD & XD this week.

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    Canadians have saved 5 match points from 11-20 to 16-20 but their joyride has come to an end. MAS wins 21-16 in G3. Good effort from the CAN pair though.

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    Nyl Yakura is looked good.
    Together with Michelle Li, he ever trained in Djarum's champ. Any schedule of them go there again ?

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    The greatest obstacle to Suci/Tiara will be KOR pairs, with 3 of them still intact in the draw.

    Chae/Kim will face Chow/Lee later tonight, while another one is expected to face a THA pair tomorrow in the QF. The toughest one will undoubtedly be Lee/Shin [3/4] whom Suci/Tiara will probably face in the SF, if everything goes according to plan.

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    1 hour break starts.. is there any live streaming for semi/finals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    why are ina junior cant perform well here compare to ajc?
    One thing is that no Korea in AJC. Although there is China.

    But I think INA perform OK here. The level of a few top(Asian) pairs are quite similar so sometimes they win or lose by narrow rubber.

    Meanwhile, in singles, the level between a few good players and the rest are still wide

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