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    Pairs to look out for in XD:

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    CHN
    Pei Tianyi/Huang Yaqiong


    HKG
    Lee Chun Hei/Yuen Sin Ying
    (Lee was WJC 2011 QF with Ngan Yi Cheung, lost to Choi Sol Kyu/Chae Yoo Jung)

    KOR
    Choi Sol Kyu/Chae Yoo Jung
    (WJC 2011 SF, lost to Alfian Eko Prasetya/Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja, one of the favorite for the title)
    Bae Kwon Young/Shin Seung Chan (Shin was WJC 2011 QF with Lee Hong Je, lost to Alfian Eko Prasetya/Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja)Jun Bong Chan/Lee So Hee
    Park Se Woong/Kim Ji Won
    Ryu Soo Hwan/Lee Sun Min
    Ra Min Young/Han Ga Hee

    MAS
    Tan Wee Gieen/Chow Mei Kuan
    (Chow was WJC 2011 SF with Nelson Heg)
    Tai An Khang/Lee Meng Yean

    THA
    Thammasin Sittikhom/Lam Narissapat
    Dechapol Puavaranuroh/Wiranpatch Hongchookeat

    TPE
    Wang Chi Lin/Chen Sih Yu
    (WJC 2011 R32, lost to Ronald Alexander/Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah in 3 tight-sets)

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    i think there is something wrong in the list, Arya Maulana and Edi Subaktiar were born in 96 ??
    it is in my mind also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    i think there is something wrong in the list, Arya Maulana and Edi Subaktiar were born in 96?
    Good spot. The month and days are correct, but according to PBSI data, Edi Subaktiar was born in 1994 and Arya Maulana in 1995.

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    Lee So Hee/Chan Shin Seung will be hot contender for gold medal here for sure.

    But, i believe if the German Junior 2012 winner Melati/Rosyta(they beat 4 of KOR GD pairs in here, and some of the KOR GD are playing here too), Rosyta is still 15, she is the best talent for GD that i have ever seen from the past few years! And please remember last week in INA Open SSP, Melati/Rosyta nearly beat Eom Hye Won/Jang Ye Na, the world number 14 in 3 games!! No worry. Rosyta still availabe in juniors tourney for another 3 years, if i am not wrong.





    another one is last year WJC runner up Shella Devi Aulia/Anggia Shitta Awanda, they just recruited to pelatnas this year.. they also nearly beat Chen Wen Hsing/Chien Yu Chin, the world no 11 last week in INA Open.





    all the best to them. just hope INA could retain the GD title in AJC

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    The talented Kento Momota and Joshi Pratul will be hard opponents here..

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    INA team will go to Korea today.

    source : http://pb-pbsi.org/app/information/n...ail.aspx?/1072

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    Aside from the annual Korea Open PSS in Seoul, they spread the tournament geography around:
    2008 Korea Int. Challenge in Yeosu
    2009 Korea Int. Challenge in Seoul
    2010 Korea GP in Gimcheon
    2011 Korea GP Gold in Hwasun-gun
    2012 World University Badminton Championship in Gwangju
    Also 2009 BAC in Suwon

    Mixed Team Event : 30th June - 3rd July 2012
    Individual Event : 3rd - 7th July 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Also 2009 BAC in Suwon

    Mixed Team Event : 30th June - 3rd July 2012
    Individual Event : 3rd - 7th July 2012
    Yes, there seems to have been more of it since the Korea Open moved back to Seoul in 2006. That same year, we had the World Juniors in Incheon and then in 2007, the first Korea Int'l Challenge was held in Suwon. Prior to 2006, though, everything was in the sticks. The Korea Open was in Cheju a couple of times around the turn of the millenium, back when Kim Min Jung and Park Sung Hwan were still in middle and high school there. After that, it was in Yeosu, Incheon, and Chungju and the 2004 Asian Juniors were in Hwacheon (pop. 24,000 for the entire county), which I haven't even heard of apart from that event.

    What's more, only one nation-wide elite badminton tournament has been held in Seoul in the last 11 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    Aside from the annual Korea Open PSS in Seoul, they spread the tournament geography around:
    2008 Korea Int. Challenge in Yeosu
    2009 Korea Int. Challenge in Seoul
    2010 Korea GP in Gimcheon
    2011 Korea GP Gold in Hwasun-gun
    2012 World University Badminton Championship in Gwangju
    Also, the 2009 Korea Int'l Challenge was in Hwasun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by event View Post
    Yes, there seems to have been more of it since the Korea Open moved back to Seoul in 2006. That same year, we had the World Juniors in Incheon and then in 2007, the first Korea Int'l Challenge was held in Suwon. Prior to 2006, though, everything was in the sticks. The Korea Open was in Cheju a couple of times around the turn of the millenium, back when Kim Min Jung and Park Sung Hwan were still in middle and high school there. After that, it was in Yeosu, Incheon, and Chungju and the 2004 Asian Juniors were in Hwacheon (pop. 24,000 for the entire county), which I haven't even heard of apart from that event.

    What's more, only one nation-wide elite badminton tournament has been held in Seoul in the last 11 years.
    Maybe someday KOR also will host BWF event : WChamp, TUC and Sudirman Cup

    OT : Overall, KOR has capability to host major events in sport : 1986 Seoul AG, 1988 Seoul Summer Olympics, 2002 FIFA World Cup, and the upcoming 2014 Incheon AG, 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, wow!

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    The problem is crowd attendance. There's no pt for the KOR SSP to offer the most prize money but at the end, only a handful of paying spectators.

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    not really looking forward
    tai-phoon is not here
    hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    not really looking forward
    tai-phoon is not here
    hehe
    Tai-phoon and Rat are now "seniors" and shouldn't even be considered for an event like this. Small potatoes for them.

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    Mixed-team event ts link (30 June-03 July 2012) : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...8-6C6B1CFE9CB2

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    The problem is crowd attendance. There's no pt for the KOR SSP to offer the most prize money but at the end, only a handful of paying spectators.
    The Koreans might not be agressive enough in selling their KOR SSP event to their own citizens... They might consider involving more Kpop stars to promote KOR SSP and be among the audience to increase 'star value'... In INA Open SSP, Miss Indonesia was there, Project P [the funny comedian singers] were there, sexy vixens and handsome Eurasian stars from our TV dramas were there.. former badminton greats were there... oh, Agnes Monica [INA's top singer] was there as a paying spectator...
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    Some of the WS to look out for:-
    1) Sun Yu (China)
    2) PV Sindhu (India)
    3) Okuhara Nozomi (Japan)
    4) Liang Xiao Yu (Singapore)
    5) Ongbunrungphan Busanan (Thailand)

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