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    4 straight pts to CHN from 16-18 to make it 2 match pts....20-18 now.

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    Incredible stuff really.....CHN wasted 3 match pts, while JPN wasted 1 so far.

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    The Chinese XD pair eventually won the match and the WJC Team title after taking the decider-set 24-22.

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    China took the XD rubber 24-22. Phew, that was close. Japan's juniors this year are good

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    too bad japan lost.
    congrats to china.

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    What a titanic battle between Chn and Japan
    Ended with 24-22 in 5th rubber

    Also good results for Ina who managed to get 4th position

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    Why was there even a 3/4 match?

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    Still haven't been able to find any videos of the event yet .
    Looks like no one went to Chiba.
    Badland Movie was in Kobe covering the high school tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Why was there even a 3/4 match?
    as one of the reference for seeding for the next wjc.

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    Seeded 1 in GD from Bulgaria ?? That's odd

    Korean should be top seed given their victory in last WJC

    Once again senseless mind from organizers...

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    Hmm seeded 1 and 2 in BD from Ina

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    Expect tight battle in GS between only these 4 players : TTY, Sun Yue, Busanan and Nozomi

    Meanwhile BS title should be between Axel or Kento....

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    Edi Subaktiar/Melati Daeva should be best hope for Ina in xd

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    Don't hope for much for INA BS and GS. They would be lucky enough to have 1 rep in R16.

    INA's best hope is in BD as expected. Hafiz/Putra are ranked 1st probably because of their senior ranking (which is higher than Edi/Arya). The good news is: Takuto Inoue/Yuki Kaneko, Wang Chi Lin/Wu Hsiao Lin, and Choi Sol Kyu/Park Se Woong are drawn in the same quarter. So, only 1 of these pairs will progress to the SF.

    GD and XD are also tough.

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    I will not expect too much from INA players/pairs that are seeded, usually that will give bad result no offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etudiant View Post
    What a titanic battle between Chn and Japan
    Ended with 24-22 in 5th rubber
    Also good results for Ina who managed to get 4th position
    Indeed, it was very close encounter, should be tense final match.
    JPN replaces KOR who usually becoming runner-up position, well improvement by Japanese youngsters.
    INA moves up three rungs, from 7th to 4th, better outcome this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by etudiant View Post
    Seeded 1 in GD from Bulgaria ?? That's odd

    Korean should be top seed given their victory in last WJC

    Once again senseless mind from organizers...
    The Bulgarian pair have won senior titles together in international tournaments, therefore their seeding isn't that surprising, their results are strong

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