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    liang xiao yu is leading against he bing jiao.
    that's surprising!

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    meanwhile
    akane yamaguchi facing trouble in 2nd set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    what happen with kisona ? i expect a tight battle
    lack of experience i guess.
    she is good.but without exposure,she wont go far.

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    It's really a pity that Jo couldn't finish off the match in both the second and decider sets when he was leading 17-15 and then 15-12, respectively.

    I hope this defeat serves as a motivation for him to work harder and strive for better results in the WJC and Youth Olympics 2014!

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    Liang Xiaoyu beat He Bingjiao. Not bad from the Singapore player in securing a medal.

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    Althof Baariq/Reinard Dhanriano lost first-set after a long deuce: 25-27, despite leading 19-16 and having 5 set points. Hmmm....

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    liang xiao yu is leading against he bing jiao.
    that's surprising!
    Yup, she did it to stun He Bingjiao, third seed and 2013 WJC bronze medalist, Liang Xiaoyu will meet another Chinese GS at semifinal, Chen Yufei.

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    Qin Jingjing also lost to Akane Yamaguchi. CHN's hope in GS lies on Chen Yufei.

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    Come on Althof/Reinard, finish off the second-set and don't let the problem of overtaking affect you again this time.

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    Rubber-set is on as Althof/Reinard take the second-set 21-16.

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    GS semifinal :
    Chen Yufei (CHN) v Liang Xiaoyu (SIN)
    Akane Yamaguchi (JPN) v Busanan Ongbumrungpan (THA), this should be close match

    BS semifinal :
    Kanta Tsuneyama (JPN) v Zhao Junpeng (CHN)
    Shi Yuqi (CHN) v Lee Cheuk Yiu (HKG)

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    With the defeats of both BS and BD pairs, INA will probably only win 1 medal at AJC 2014. Unless the GD pairs can upset the 2 CHN pairs (which are unlikely).

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    Two INA BD pairs failed to get medal, stopped by Japanese opponent. I'm afraid INA only has sole representative tomorrow

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    chance for gold from china
    1,GD 90%
    2,MS+XD 60%
    3,MD+WS 35%

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    Two more upsets today, J Christie and He BJ, both of whom I expect to see in the finals, lost to unfancied opponents. Goes to show that junior players tend to be unpredictable and inconsistent while they are still at their formative stage, it should improve over time as they gain in experience.

    Looks like the Busanan vs Akane Y semifinal clash will decide the ultimate WS AJC champion. In the last WJC at Bangkok I had expected Busanan to take the title but perhaps the pressure on home soil got into her, this time I won't be surprised the more experienced Busanan exact her revenge on Akane Y; still, it should be a close battle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    Two more upsets today, J Christie and He BJ, both of whom I expect to see in the finals, lost to unfancied opponents. Goes to show that junior players tend to be unpredictable and inconsistent while they are still at their formative stage, it should improve over time as they gain in experience.

    Looks like the Busanan vs Akane Y semifinal clash will decide the ultimate WS AJC champion. In the last WJC at Bangkok I had expected Busanan to take the title but perhaps the pressure on home soil got into her, this time I won't be surprised the more experienced Busanan exact her revenge on Akane Y; still, it should be a close battle.
    Agree and if we based on the junior titles won in recent years, quite a few players from countries other than China would have come up to a level which they can seriously challenge the major titles like OG and WC.

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    Found some videos on youtube. Enjoy~

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