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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    So you'll be following the HK pair's results with interest as well?
    I have always liked Lee Chun Hei since 3 years ago when he won a WJC bronze medal. He made a wise decision of concentrating in doubles (as compared to Ng Ka Long who chose to focus in singles from this year onwards). The HKBA coach also paired him well with the experienced Chau Hoi Wah since last year in the Mixed and this year, I think he and Edo (Fernando Kurniawan) should do well to rise up to the top 50 by end of this year.

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    As expected, Edi Subaktiar/Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja lost to the second-seeded HKG pair. Ade Yusuf/Wahyu Nayaka also lost in 3 tight-sets (20-22 in the rubber-set).

    At the moment, INA only has Hana Ramadhini and Millicent Wiranto remaining for the SF tomorrow.

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    The last MD pair Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo/Rafiddias Akhdan Nugroho also lost tragically (yet another 20-22 in the rubber-set)!

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    INA only has 2 representatives in last four through two WS, Hana Ramadhini and Millicent Wiranto. TPE and HKG shuttlers dominate semifinal round, booked 7 and 5 slots respectively.

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    Hanna goes to final..

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    I have always liked Lee Chun Hei since 3 years ago when he won a WJC bronze medal. He made a wise decision of concentrating in doubles (as compared to Ng Ka Long who chose to focus in singles from this year onwards). The HKBA coach also paired him well with the experienced Chau Hoi Wah since last year in the Mixed and this year, I think he and Edo (Fernando Kurniawan) should do well to rise up to the top 50 by end of this year.
    I had seen him when he was small, saw him again about 5 years ago and was impressed then. Didn't see him until for a while as I had a hiatus from the local scene. Not sure if he and Fernando can get into the top 50, not because of the quality of their skills but rather limited by the number of tournaments HKBA decides to send them to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    Hanna goes to final..
    So she's the only hope for INA to bag title here as Milicent lost to Thai WS.

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    Ciputra is sponsoring a badminton tournament in Vietnam?

    Hmm.., only one representation of INA in WS. She is unseeded. Well, let's hope she can do the best

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    HK have a good representation in this tournament. But it seems two 17 year old girls from Thailand have beaten the world no 15 in the women's doubles.


    Narissapat LAM [5] Thailand
    Puttita SUPAJIRAKUL Thailand
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    Hong Kong Lok Yan POON [1]
    Hong Kong Ying Suet TSE
    21-18 17-21 21-11

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    The THA pair has a decent shot at a medal in the AJC & WJC. Lee/Shin are no longer eligible.

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    Hana win over thai girl!! Am I dreaming??
    all in straight games, impressive!!

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    YES! Hana Ramadhini keeps up the tradition of winning in Vietnam IC as she beat the Thai girl in straight-sets 21-14, 21-19. She should be INA's no 1 choice for the AJC & WJC. I think she will overtake PV Sindhu to be WR5 in the Junior ranking.

    With Sun Yu and Tai Tzu Ying no longer eligible for AJC & WJC (correct me if I am wrong, as they were born in 1994), the main rivals for medals in AJC will be Nozomi Okuhara, Busanan Ongbumrungpan, PV Sindhu, as well as some Chinese and Korean players for sure.

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    i think nozomi stand the best chance.
    she is the 2nd best after ratchanok(born on 1995 or after.)

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    finally chan kwong beng get his 1st ever title... congrats

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    congrats Hana.. her first title after entering pelatnas. It'll certainly boost her confidence up towards WJC/AJC.

    i feel there are some improvements on pelatnas WS. Keep it up Liang Chiu Hsia!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    congrats Hana.. her first title after entering pelatnas. It'll certainly boost her confidence up towards WJC/AJC.

    i feel there are some improvements on pelatnas WS. Keep it up Liang Chiu Hsia!
    Liang Chiu Hsia effect delivers good sign for INA WS Congrats to Hanna and all winners as well
    5 titles for 5 different countries => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...05A&d=20130331

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    Congrats Hana.

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