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    Quote Originally Posted by bad's fan View Post
    are you sure he is a youth Olympian? because some member here mentioned that china never attend the youth Olympic due to age test?

    anyway, Japan sure developing a lot in Badminton. 2 singles players in final, not to mention that they are still youngsters, is not bad at all!
    Oh yes he took part in Singapore youth Olympics 2010 together with Deng Xuan. If I am not mistaken he lost to Thailand's Pisit in the semi. Pisit went on to win the Gold medal, beating Pranoy of India in the process. The girl's gold went to Thailand too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    oh
    hyx
    the former ajc.
    but he didnt have the quality.
    believe me.

    Concur with your observation. Not in the same mould as XS or THW when he played as a junior. However young players can be trained and when they work hard enough they can still be very good. Let's see how he fare in his next few tournaments.

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    Physically,of course,it's not a problem at all but,as undeadshot pointed out,the magnitude of that win is I believe still playing on THW's mind - he got carried away.

    For Xue Song, who didn't have the fortune of that euphoria (beating LCW) and even missed out on winning the AUS final, his hunger and motivation plus levelheadedness are very much in evidence in this NZ Open. Let's see if he can win his maiden title in only his second attempt at adult int'l tournaments tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad's fan View Post
    are you sure he is a youth Olympian? because some member here mentioned that china never attend the youth Olympic due to age test?

    anyway, Japan sure developing a lot in Badminton. 2 singles players in final, not to mention that they are still youngsters, is not bad at all!
    those better didnt attend
    such as tian hou wei(replace by HYX) and suo di(replace by deng xuan)
    then u know what is the truth
    Last edited by limsy; 04-13-2013 at 09:08 AM.

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    Just found out that Huang Yuxiang won the MS Asian Junior Badminton C'ship 2010 while Suo Di won the WS.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asian_J..._Championships

    As for Deng Xuan ,she was the silver medallist in the first Youth Olympic Games held in Singapore 2010, gold went to Sapsiree of Thailand. In the Boys' singles,Huang Yuxiang lost to Pisit of Thailand in the QF. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Badmint...Youth_Olympics

    The second YOG is scheduled for Nanjing,China 2014. http://www.nanjing2014.org/en/
    Last edited by Justin L; 04-13-2013 at 09:15 AM.

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    Anand pawar played pretty well on that day against Tian Houwei who created a stir in Australian open 2013 beating World No.1 Lee chong wei and went on to win the title.

    Here is the some of the bits which anand said about his win against Tian Houwei,.

    "I had seen him play in Australia and had made a plan for him and it worked well. It's a fresh tournament so I didn't really think of last week but yes he did have some fantastic results winning the tournament and also beating Lee Chong Wei and many seeded players,"

    "I played more on the net and a lot of flat rallies which he could not handle,"

    Its clearly visible that Anand played well against him.

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    When Tian Houwe excitedly told his mother that he beat Lee CW, his mother encouraged and reminded him," One match can't prove anything,continue to work hard". That means THW can only say he beat LCW in the SF of the AUS Open 2013, and not that he is better than LCW. Yeah, THW still has a long way to go but age is on his side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    those better didnt attend
    such as tian hou wei(replace by HYX) and suo di(replace by deng xuan)
    then u know what is the truth
    make it clear please lah limsy. anyway, Justin shared that the 1st Youth Olympic was in 2010, is that right? then what is the correlation with THW's absence in 2009?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    When Tian Houwe excitedly told his mother that he beat Lee CW, his mother encouraged and reminded him," One match can't prove anything,continue to work hard". That means THW can only say he beat LCW in the SF of the AUS Open 2013, and not that he is better than LCW. Yeah, THW still has a long way to go but age is on his side.
    His mother is a wise woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigying View Post
    would you think differently (with regards to point #3) if Xue Song wins the mens singles title?
    100% no...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    those better didnt attend
    such as tian hou wei(replace by HYX) and suo di(replace by deng xuan)
    then u know what is the truth
    Show us some facts! Don't just speculate and say something like this without specific proof is not fair to the poor player and all readers in this forum...

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    What a fortnight it has been for Vita Marissa as she proves that she can still win titles with 2 different young partners (Variella Aprilsasi and Praveen Jordan). She has already done a massive job in helping to nurture the talents of these 2 players, especially Jordan.

    She will probably still partner with them for the remaining tourneys of this year and they could be ranked in the top 30 as they would be in the top 50 already by next week! The rest of the tourneys will include possibly:
    1. Malaysia Open GPG (confirmed)
    2. Thailand Open GPG
    3. Indonesia Open SSP (possibly from qualifiers)
    4. Singapore SS (perhaps?)
    5. Vietnam Open GP
    6. Chinese-Taipei Open GPG
    7. Indonesia Open GPG
    8. Korea Open GPG
    9. Macau Open GPG

    Plenty of tourneys to choose from....they could just play in at most 6-7 of them to be ranked in the top 30.

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    WS Final: Deng Xuan vs Yamaguchi Akane

    DX won 1st set 21-17.
    YA is a good player. But she losses out in terms of height. DX has longer reach and longer strides, and can intercept the ball at higher point to create a steeper and faster drop/ smash as compared to YA.
    YA is one player to keep an eye on for the future, but frankly, I think in the long run, she losses out due to her shorter height (1.6m?).

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    2nd set: DX leads 11-6

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    no one updates the score

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    DX uses her height and longer reach to her advantage by getting to the ball earlier and playing the ball earlier. This gave YA less time to react and put more pressure on just retrieving the ball. But YA does have good reading of the game, strong foot step and good powerful placement smash.

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    13-13 now. YA caught up to draw level with DX

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