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    mas md are

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    surprise to see china xd lost in 1st round

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    surprise to see china xd lost in 1st round
    That's likely to be their weakest XD.

    INA probably has the weakest lineup in BD and XD since 2008 perhaps? I don't expect any pairs to really shine.

    But INA has a good chance in BS with Jonathan Christie in the lower half of the draw and avoiding the CHN players all the way till SF. I expect him to get at least a Bronze Medal (i.e. SF).

    If he's lucky enough, this will be his progress to SF:
    R32 vs Chang En Jia
    R16 vs Mohd Bayu Pangisthu (a pity that Bayu is drawn opposite of Jonathan Christie so early!)
    QF vs Eska Rifan Jaya (who already progress to R16) or Lee Cheuk Yiu or Nanongrit Mek
    SF vs either Cheam June Wei [4] or Shi Yuqi [5] or Lin Guipu or Sun Feixiang -- Jo already beat Sun or Shi before in the WJC 2014. He lost to Zhao Junpeng in the QF of WJC last year (20-22, 18-21). Zhao is likely to be Jo's opponent in the Final.

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    My prediction on INA's likely progress in the Individual Event of AJC 2014:
    BS - Jonathan Christie to win a medal, while Anthony Ginting Sinisuka [8] has a chance of progressing to QF and fulfilling his seeding.

    BD - no standout pair for this year. Althof Baariq/Reinard Dhanriano face a-seeded SIN pair today and if they can beat the SIN, they are likely to face Tedi Supriadi/Yantoni Edy Saputra for a place in the last 8. So, hopefully, one INA pair in the last 8 and they will be facing possibly Choi Jong Woo/Seo Seung Jae [3].
    As for Clinton Hendrik Kudamasa/Mohd Rian Ardianto, their first test is against a CHN pair (Zhao Jian/Yao Zhidi) and if they could win that match, a daunting R16 match against the fourth-seed from THA awaits them. The Thai pair beat the WJC Silver-Medallist in the Team Event this week.

    GS - Ruselli Hartawan will lose to Akane Yamaguchi [4] today, while Gregoria Mariska has a chance to progress to R16 against Ruhakarn Dolaporn. But R16 looks to be the limit as the next opponent for Gregoria is the second-seeded Busanan.

    GD - QF looks to be the furthest for both pairs although they will meet seeded pairs in R16. But once in the QF, they will face seeded CHN pairs.

    XD - one pair already eliminated yesterday and one or two more likely to lose today (facing seeded MAS and KOR pairs). Tedi Supriadi/Rahayu Apriani also look to be eliminated maybe tomorrow. So, without a standout pair like Kevin/Masita in the WJC 2014 or the previous versions of WJC which INA won convincingly, AJC 2014 is likely to be similar to AJC 2013 or earlier where we field mostly scratch pairs.

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    Third seed and 2013 WJC bronze medalist Zhao Junpeng is pushed to the limit by the unseeded TPE BS Lu Chia Hung, 15-21 / 21-15 / 21-19.

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    Rian/Clinton is promising as a pair.
    If they can develop well, i dont think the coach will split them.
    They have good posture, body built, good chemistry, good defense and tactically good too (good not great).
    But still very inexperience. Not too good in term of skill.
    Let see their result against CHN pair. should be a tough test.
    I expect them to advance to QF. I hope they can do it. but the draw is against them

    Rheinhard Dhanriano is another promising one. Very calm player on court. Good game vision.

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    I really hope that Eska Rivan Jaya can prove something here.
    A good result will help him to enter WJC squad. This year will be his final year in junior.
    If he wants to enter National team, then this AJC is a good test.

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    Good.... Thai pair is tougher.... Get ready...

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    That's likely to be their weakest XD.

    INA probably has the weakest lineup in BD and XD since 2008 perhaps? I don't expect any pairs to really shine.

    But INA has a good chance in BS with Jonathan Christie in the lower half of the draw and avoiding the CHN players all the way till SF. I expect him to get at least a Bronze Medal (i.e. SF).

    If he's lucky enough, this will be his progress to SF:
    R32 vs Chang En Jia
    R16 vs Mohd Bayu Pangisthu (a pity that Bayu is drawn opposite of Jonathan Christie so early!)
    QF vs Eska Rifan Jaya (who already progress to R16) or Lee Cheuk Yiu or Nanongrit Mek
    SF vs either Cheam June Wei [4] or Shi Yuqi [5] or Lin Guipu or Sun Feixiang -- Jo already beat Sun or Shi before in the WJC 2014. He lost to Zhao Junpeng in the QF of WJC last year (20-22, 18-21). Zhao is likely to be Jo's opponent in the Final.
    kevin overage?

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    BS top-seed Aditya Joshi is trailing 10-17 in deciding game...

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    The unseeded Kanta Tsuneyama upsets top-seed Aditya Joshi, 17-21 / 23-21 / 21-12. The turning back should be 21-20 position when Aditya Joshi at the brink of victory then the Japanese grabbed three consecutive points to force rubber game.

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    Aditya disappoints. This should give him a lesson , so that he can work much more harder.

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    Ruselli Hartawan took second game against reigning world junior champion Akane Yamaguchi, 21-17.

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    Who is this Kisona selvaduray.. Seems to be like an indian name. Ok.. She is a malaysian player. Giving hard time to chinese player.. Just now watched one of her videos. Her movements are like sindhu. She is just 15 years old. Good for malaysia.

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    this might be the 1st in history(at least for 6 years) where malaysia ws beat china ws in junior tournament?
    the last i remember was lydia beat wang yihan(or wang lin) in team event final

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Who is this Kisona selvaduray.. Seems to be like an indian name. Ok.. She is a malaysian player. Giving hard time to chinese player.. Just now watched one of her videos. Her movements are like sindhu. She is just 15 years old. Good for malaysia.
    why dont u ask why lee chong wei name sound like chinese XD
    of course she is malaysian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    this might be the 1st in history(at least for 6 years) where malaysia ws beat china ws in junior tournament?
    the last i remember was lydia beat wang yihan(or wang lin) in team event final
    i only know Wong Mew Choo is the only one who beat 3 top CHN players in a row at opponents' own homeground (China Open SS 2007)

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