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    Oh my dear girl,Patarasuda took GD U13 title,hope she will take GS U13 too.

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    There are 2 Singaporean pairs in final but none in tv court?
    Who is to decide which match playing on tv court?
    Organizer is wasting a chance to showcase Singaporean talent.

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    Yeo Jiamin vs Liang Yun, both from Singapore going to play on TV court now. If I'm not wrong Yeo JM is barely 15 years old but she is competing in the U19 category instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Yeo Jiamin vs Liang Yun, both from Singapore going to play on TV court now. If I'm not wrong Yeo JM is barely 15 years old but she is competing in the U19 category instead.
    Couldn't see their names in today's Finals programme.
    No U19 events for this tournament it seems.
    But two of our GD teams are competing today. No live scores unfortunately.

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    In the end, Yeo Jiamin prevailed in two straight sets to win the U19 GS title. She looks promising and , I'm glad to say, she has a good smash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Couldn't see their names in today's Finals programme.
    No U19 events for this tournament it seems.
    But two of our GD teams are competing today. No live scores unfortunately.
    Somebody has provided the link, here http://tournamentsoftware.com/sport/...0-64BD2454C4FB

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    If I remember correctly, Liang Xiaoyu withdrawn before the start of the tournament from the U19 GS or else, I can safely say, we might not see Yeo Jiamin or Liang Yun in the finals and LXY would probably take the title.

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    Liang Yun appears to me more of the rallying type player with her wanting to move her opponent all over the court whereas Yeo Jiamin is a more pro-active,balanced player with a good enough smash and effective cross-court net shot.

    Personally I'm more impressed with Yeo JM , not just because she won, but more to do with her style of play which, to me, is even preferable to her established senior, Gu Juan.

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    Quite entertaining, the just concluded U19 BD match between SIN and TPE was a cliffhanger. At 20-18 with championship points for SIN, their flick serve was called in by one but out by another line judge; however, the umpire ruled it out in favour of TPE to make it 20-19. Then finally, the SIN pair won the next point to take the championship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Somebody has provided the link, here http://tournamentsoftware.com/sport/...0-64BD2454C4FB
    Thanks, confusing!
    But glad to note that we still have U19 champs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Quite entertaining, the just concluded U19 BD match between SIN and TPE was a cliffhanger. At 20-18 with championship points for SIN, their flick serve was called in by one but out by another line judge; however, the umpire ruled it out in favour of TPE to make it 20-19. Then finally, the SIN pair won the next point to take the championship.
    Forgot to mention, that was the 3rd set after one game apiece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Liang Yun appears to me more of the rallying type player with her wanting to move her opponent all over the court whereas Yeo Jiamin is a more pro-active,balanced player with a good enough smash and effective cross-court net shot.

    Personally I'm more impressed with Yeo JM , not just because she won, but more to do with her style of play which, to me, is even preferable to her established senior, Gu Juan.
    So you were there to watch the matches.
    Happy to note that Yeo JM is that good in your view.
    Hope to catch her in action next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Yeo Jiamin vs Liang Yun, both from Singapore going to play on TV court now. If I'm not wrong Yeo JM is barely 15 years old but she is competing in the U19 category instead.
    Alamak, why don't they put in same TS schedule page?
    I will stay back home to watch if i knew that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    So you were there to watch the matches.
    Happy to note that Yeo JM is that good in your view.
    Hope to catch her in action next time.
    No, I watch it live on TV, by chance. Hopefully, there is a repeat telecast so you can catch it another day.

    Another interesting thing is both girls were provided coaching during the match which is unusual, isn't it ?
    Last edited by Justin L; 12-01-2013 at 04:40 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westcoast_sing View Post
    Alamak, why don't they put in same TS schedule page?
    I will stay back home to watch if i knew that.
    That's the problem, I nearly missed it too.

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    The U19 GS was a four-round instead of the usual five-round event due to the small number of contestants. Even so, Yeo Jiamin performed well to take out one Aussie, followed by two Thai competitors before overcoming her compatriot Liang Yun in the final.

    Come to think of it , and with the benefit of hindsight, it was much better for the two SIN players, esp the barely 15-yr-old YJM and LY (not sure of her age but should be thereabouts), to vie with older and supposedly stronger opposition as facing stiffer challenges would serve to improve their game and boost their confidence even more when they won.
    Last edited by Justin L; 12-01-2013 at 05:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    No, I watch it live on TV, by chance. Hopefully, there is a repeat telecast so you can catch it another day.

    Another interesting thing is both girls were provided coaching during the match which is unusual, isn't it ?
    Oh what a shame that I missed it. I was at home all this while. I didn't even know there is a U19 event until you informed me.

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