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    Default 2014 BWF WORLD Junior Championships (Alor Setar, 7th-18th April 2014)




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    : Stadium Sultan Abdul Halim, Alor Setar, Kedah-MAS

    *Mixed Team Event (SUHANDINATA Cup)

    Tournament date : 7th-11th April 2014

    Team Seeding : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=539736&dl=1

    DRAW (updated 26th April 2014) : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=540268&dl=1

    *Individual Event (EYE LEVEL Cup)

    Tournament date : 13th-18th April 2014

    DRAW will be conducted on 12th April 2014


    *2013 Results

    SUHANDINATA Cup : http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=540268&dl=1

    Gold : KOR
    Silver : INA
    Bronze : CHN


    EYE LEVEL Cup : http://bwf.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...62F&d=20131103

    Boy's Singles : Heo Kwang Hee (KOR)
    Girl's Singles : Akane Yamaguchi (JPN)
    Boy's Doubles : Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen (CHN)
    Girl's Doubles : Chae Yoo Jung/Kim Ji Won (KOR)
    Mixed Doubles : Huang Kaixiang/Chen Qingchen (CHN)


    Less than 6 months BWF WJC will be returned on early April and we may see future badminton stars born in this tournament.

    First edition of WJC took place in Jakarta back to 1992 that only staged individual event while team event got debut in 2000. Some players who crowned WJ Champ also grabbed World Champion title at their senior stage. The most recent one is Thai prodigy Ratchanok Intanon (WJC 2009, 2010, 2011 and WC 2013). Other players who claimed double successful in WJC & WC :
    - Sun Jun (WJC 1992 / WC 1999)
    - Chen Jin (WJC 2002, 2004 / WC 2010)
    - Wang Lin (WJC 2007 / WC 2010)
    - Wang Yihan (WJC 2006 / WC 2011)

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    Just notice
    Lam will play WJC 2014 last even before she go to study in USA.

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    It's interesting that australia dragged india to its full potential. But India managed to pull out..

    3-2 victory for india..

    1 XD - 11-21 21-13 20-22 0-1 0:31
    2 WS - 21-9 21-19 1-0
    3 MS - 14-21 21-9 21-14 1-0
    4 WD - 18-21 15-21 0-1
    5 MD - 21-14 21-13 0-0

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    Aya Ohori lost first game 21-16. Now leading 11-5 in second.

    Speaking of which, I'm amazed that so many teams can enter a junior team.

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    Draw QF BWF World Junior Mixed Team Championships 2014 start at 5.00 pm. in local time.


    Mixed Team Group W
    Korea [1] vs Thailand [6]
    I think this match so tight korea will win 3:2
    but THA will upset if they win WS,MD and XD.


    Mixed Team Group X
    Indonesia [3] vs Hong Kong [8]
    INA will win.


    Mixed Team Group Y
    Japan [4] vs Chinese Taipei [7]
    JPN will win.

    Mixed Team Group Z
    China [2] vs Malaysia [5]
    CNH will win but I wish MAS upset.

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    INA will prefer to face THA in the SF. Meanwhile, don't underestimate HKG. Lee Cheuk Yiu has beaten Jonathan Christie at the AJC 2 months ago.

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    Once again, Jonatan led 14-9 in the first-set and then 19-17, only to be overturned 19-21 by Lee Cheuk Yiu.

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    XD THA vs XD KOR neck to neck in deciding game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Once again, Jonatan led 14-9 in the first-set and then 19-17, only to be overturned 19-21 by Lee Cheuk Yiu.
    Jojo revenge his opponent.

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    INA finally takes the first-tie after Jonatan Christie won the rubber-set 22-20 against arch-rival Lee Cheuk Yiu. A nice comeback from 11-17 down in the decider to finally beat Lee.

    Up next is Ruselli Hartawan against Ng Tsz Yau. She has beaten her at the AJC Team-Event too.

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    Deuce in the XD match between THA vs KOR.

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    Still very tight...23-23.

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    THA takes it 25-23 in the rubber-set. Danger time for KOR as Busanan is expected to win her match.

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    KOR expects to win BS and BD, while THA will be expected to secure GS to set up a finale in GD.

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    Ruselli Hartawan is going to make it a quick 2-0 for INA.

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    TPE and MAS are also going to make it 1-1 against JPN and CHN respectively.

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