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    Default WORLD JUNIOR Championships 2011 (Taoyuan City, 28 October-06 November 2011)

    Venue : Taoyuan County Stadium, Chinese Taipei
    Eligible players : Players are eligible provided they remain under 19 years of age throughout the calendar year in which World Junior Championships are held. In other words players must have been born in 1993 or later to compete. BWF may require documentation supporting the age of players.
    Overview and history : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file_download.aspx?id=22773

    *MIXED TEAM Event => SUHANDINATA Cup (28-31 October 2011)*

    Seeding date : based on previous year results of overall standing for continental confederations
    Draw date : 11th October 2011
    List of Country : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file_download.aspx?id=37865

    2010 Final result
    : [CHN def.KOR 3-0] http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...2A3F&match=136
    Final standing of 2010 edition :

    1) China
    2) Korea
    3) Malaysia
    4) Indonesia
    5) Japan
    6) Denmark
    7) Chinese Taipei
    8) Thailand
    9) India
    10) England
    11) Hongkong
    12) Germany
    13) France
    14) Netherlands
    15) Singapore
    16) Canada
    17) Turkey
    18) Peru
    19) Austria
    20) USA
    21) Mexico
    22) Puerto Rico
    23) South Africa
    24) Dominican Republic

    *INDIVIDUAL Event => BIMANTARA Cup (02-06 November 2011)*

    Closing date for online entry : 4th October 2011
    Seeding date : World Ranking 6th October 2011 shall be used
    Draw date : 31st October 2011

    2010 World Junior Champions :

    MS : Viktor Axelsen (DEN)
    WS : Ratchanok Inthanon (THA)
    MD : Ow Yao Han/ Yew Hong Kheng (MAS)
    WD : Bao Yixin/Ou Dongni (CHN)
    XD : Liu Cheng/Bao Yixin (CHN)
    Final result at ts.com : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...BC7&d=20100425

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    is there indonesian player list?

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    Thumbs up 2011 World JUNIOR Championships - tournamentsoftware


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    Team seeding report => BWF link : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file_download.aspx?id=39069

    The draw for team event will be held on 12th October 2011 according to BWF last updated.

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    sis CLELY, thanks for sharing the details!! I am looking for the information for quite some times, but couldn't able to find it. Many thanks~

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    no CHINA team?
    Am I right??

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post


    no CHINA team?
    Am I right??
    yes, because this time WJC is held at Chinese Taipei... and you know the history between China and Chinese Taipei...

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    Without the participation of the Chinese, chances in WD and XD are pretty good for Team INA.

    It's good also to see Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo, the 16 yo prodigy from PB Djarum participating in this tourney for the first time. Let's see if he and Lukhi Apri Nugroho can challenge the likes of Nelson Heg/Teo Ee Yi, the 2 Taiwanese BD pairs, and possible the KOR & DEN pairs.

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    To beat MAS in the Team Event, INA has to secure XD, GD and one of GS or BS.

    This year probably represents the best chance for Team INA to win the Team Event & a few Individual Events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    To beat MAS in the Team Event, INA has to secure XD, GD and one of GS or BS.

    This year probably represents the best chance for Team INA to win the Team Event & a few Individual Events.
    dont worry about us
    we were only 3rd place last year
    korea is the team to beat

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    To beat MAS in the Team Event, INA has to secure XD, GD and one of GS or BS.

    This year probably represents the best chance for Team INA to win the Team Event & a few Individual Events.
    dont forget Japan, Korea, India, Taipei and Denmark.
    If Thailand send the best team, they will be a treat too.
    Thailand has Thammasin Sitthikom who is very good in MS. Dont know if they send him or not. still 16 yo. beat Riyanto in Thai GP Gold, won the Tangkas Alfamart Junior, and played very well in INA Challenge. Kosit is also not bad.
    their GS is always good enough also.
    Japan has Momota Kento, Nozomi Okuhara (hope she will be here)...
    India has Sindhu PV, Sameer Verma....
    Denmark is always good in BS, BD and GS. but i am quite sure, Victor Axelsen will not play here. Let see....
    Taipei has strong BD and XD. If Tai Tzu Ying play (no european tour), she will give 1 point for Taipei.
    Korea, I think has some good players.... some of their juniors can go to SF and Final of Tangkas Alfamart Junior. and I am sure, there are still some better ones who were not going to Jakarta.
    we have so many good talents around the world, should be very interesting WJC, but no China. sigh....

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    dont worry about us
    we were only 3rd place last year
    korea is the team to beat
    haha... you kidding
    MAS has a very strong squad....
    MS : Zulfadly
    MD : Nelson/Teo
    WD : Lee/Chew
    WS : Sonia

    they have the capability to secure 1 point each to MAS

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    dont forget Japan, Korea, India, Taipei and Denmark.
    If Thailand send the best team, they will be a treat too.
    Thailand has Thammasin Sitthikom who is very good in MS. Dont know if they send him or not. still 16 yo. beat Riyanto in Thai GP Gold, won the Tangkas Alfamart Junior, and played very well in INA Challenge. Kosit is also not bad.
    their GS is always good enough also.
    Japan has Momota Kento, Nozomi Okuhara (hope she will be here)...
    India has Sindhu PV, Sameer Verma....
    Denmark is always good in BS, BD and GS. but i am quite sure, Victor Axelsen will not play here. Let see....
    Taipei has strong BD and XD. If Tai Tzu Ying play (no european tour), she will give 1 point for Taipei.
    Korea, I think has some good players.... some of their juniors can go to SF and Final of Tangkas Alfamart Junior. and I am sure, there are still some better ones who were not going to Jakarta.
    we have so many good talents around the world, should be very interesting WJC, but no China. sigh....
    as far as i know,tai will be participating in this event.
    yeah,many talent around the world.

    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    haha... you kidding
    MAS has a very strong squad....
    MS : Zulfadly
    MD : Nelson/Teo
    WD : Lee/Chew
    WS : Sonia

    they have the capability to secure 1 point each to MAS
    i didnt saw them in action for a long time,so not sure how far they have progress
    but i quite confident they can enter final

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    [QUOTE=limsy;1768655]as far as i know,tai will be participating in this event.
    yeah,many talent around the world.


    really? i chatted with her and she said she will go to europe to collect more points for olympic. glad, she can participate in WJC

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    is there indonesian player list?
    Based on: http://www.pb-pbsi.org/app/informati...tail.aspx?/450
    Indonesian team:
    MS: Wisnu Yuli Prasetyo, Arief Gifar Ramadhan, Shesar Hiren Rhustavito and Riyanto Subagdja
    WS: Elysabeth Purwaningtyas, Hana Ramadhini, Yulia Yosephine Susanto and Rusydina Antardayu
    MD: Lukhi Apri Nugroho/Kevin Sanjaya, Ronald Alexander/Selvanus Geh
    WD: Suci Rizki Andini/Tiara Rosalia, Anggia Shitta/Shella Devi Aulia
    XD: Lukhi Apri Nugroho/Ririn Amelia, Ronald Alexander/Tiara Rosalia, Hafiz Faisal/Shella Devi Aulia, and Alfian Eko Prasetia/Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja

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    Arrow You know the history between China and Chinese Taipei

    Quote Originally Posted by ngkt67 View Post
    yes, because this time WJC is held at Chinese Taipei... and you know the history between China and Chinese Taipei...
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    Damn it...... Politics is involved in sports again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovelyka View Post

    really? i chatted with her and she said she will go to europe to collect more points for olympic. glad, she can participate in WJC
    i not 100% sure about this
    will ask her if i have chance

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