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    Third Round (R-16) results

    BOYS DOUBLES

    52774/54345 LEE Yong Dae/CHO Gun Woo (KOR/KOR) 1* d 54949/54952 HU Wenqing/ZHANG Yingdong (CHN/CHN) 21:12,21:6
    74488/78740 CHEN Ping Min/HSIAO Hsiang Chun (TPE/TPE) d 52855/47181 SASAKI Hiromu/UEDA Takuma (JPN/JPN) 14:21,21:15,21:19
    54171/54159 LIM Khim Wah/MAK Hee Chun (MAS/MAS) 3/4* d 90564/12618 SKOVGAARD Christian/LARSEN Christian (DEN/DEN) 21:23,21:15,21:19
    53943/55356 SANYAL Jishnu/DIWALKAR akshay (IND/IND) 5/8* d 71349/78790 MARCUS Ellis/LIEW Victor (ENG/ENG) 21:15,21:12

    94408/71919 MATSUKAWA NAOHIRO/ITANI KAZUYA (JPN/JPN) d 73316/54264 KURNIAWAN Fernando/(CJ) SUBAKTI (INA/INA) 5/8* 21:18,16:21,21:16
    11777/20672 LIU Xialong/LI Tian (CHN/CHN) d 35061/42722 PIELER KOLDING Mads/CONRADS-PETERSEN Mads (DEN/DEN) 3/4* 22:20,20:22,22:21
    39276/54350 KIM Ki Jung/LEE Jung Hwan (KOR/KOR) d 52701/53779 WONG Zi Liang Derek/TANG Yew Loong,Jonathan (SIN/SIN) 5/8* 11:21,21:13,21:15
    53131/52863 ABDUL LATIF Mohd Ariff/MAWAN Vountus Indra (MAS/MAS) 2* d 65233/70333 MILLS peter/ADCOCK Chris (ENG/ENG) 21:17,21:14

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    Phew!! Arif!! Hugsss!! So happy!!!! Hehehe

    And congrats to Vountus as well. And of course Lim Khim Wah/Mak Hee Chun!

    HAPPY!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erin_hakkinen
    Well, home-crowd support is the best
    yep but you will also be more nervous sometimes with home-crowd

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    Ouch...it would have been a perfect day for Team INA if Fernando Kurniawan/Subakti didn't lose

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania
    Ouch...it would have been a perfect day for Team INA if Fernando Kurniawan/Subakti didn't lose
    same with Team CHN if HU Wenqing/ZHANG Yingdong didn't lose

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baderz_Jas
    yep but you will also be more nervous sometimes with home-crowd
    omg yeah
    and you really don't want to lose in front of them. Faint.

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    All the very best to all malaysian players!!!
    Fight for the country!!!
    Men doubles...
    Keep the champion in Malaysia!

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    In regards to Malaysian Boys singles,

    It's not nice for me to say, but good that they lost early round. Let them have no illusion of any so called superiority, for they are far from ready. The jurney for them is still very long especially towards seniors international stage.

    TBBMBB(N)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jug8man
    In regards to Malaysian Boys singles,

    It's not nice for me to say, but good that they lost early round. Let them have no illusion of any so called superiority, for they are far from ready. The jurney for them is still very long especially towards seniors international stage.

    TBBMBB(N)
    I think your are right. The boys are still in second rung among the world juniors.The Malaysian girls seems to be maturing faster than the boys if we judge from their performance. Lydia still lack some consistencies.

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    Oh well guys...at least they did well in the mixed team event!!! 3rd place for the first time ever...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budakkiwi
    Oh well guys...at least they did well in the mixed team event!!! 3rd place for the first time ever...
    Yup, agree!
    Somebody was really mean yesterday:

    Erin says:
    But they did well in team event
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    so wat..
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    they lose means they are not good
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    But then I said:
    it doesn't necessarily mean they're not good. It might also mean their opponents are better

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    No luck for Pia Zebadiah as she lost to Wang Yihan in 2 close sets 18-21, 17-21.

    Indra Viki/Dili Puspita Richi also lost to Li Tian/Ma Jin.

    I guess, Team INA only has Tommy Sugiarto and the girl's doubles Pia Zebadiah/Nitya Krishinda as possible semi-finalists tomorrow.

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    Quarter Final results

    MIXED DOUBLES

    52774/54359 LEE Yong Dae/YOO Hyun Young (KOR/KOR) 1* d 52998/67089 HSIEN Pie Chen/LIAO Wei Cheng (TPE/TPE) 21:16,21:8
    11777/54956 LIU Xialong/LIAO Jingmei (CHN/CHN) 3/4* d 46833/35061 KRUSE Line/PIELER KOLDING Mads (DEN/DEN) 5/8* 20:22,21:16,21:15
    54949/14393 HU Wenqing/WANG Xiao Li (CHN/CHN) 3/4* d 54151/54805 SANIRU Sanatasah/GOH Wei Shem (MAS/MAS) 21:19,21:14
    54951/95281 LI Tian/MA Jin (CHN/CHN) d 15818/66907 INDRA Viki/PUSPITA DILI Richi (INA/INA) 5/8* 21:16,21:17

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    Quarter Final results

    GIRLS SINGLES

    53938 WANG Yihan (CHN) 1* d 52730 ZEBADIAH Pia (INA) 5/8* 21:18,21:17
    54357 KIM Moon Hi (KOR) 5/8* d 78288 HAN Li (CHN) 3/4* 21:16,18:21,21:12
    52748 NEHWAL Saina (IND) 9/16* d 80373 LIU Jie (CHN) 3/4* 21:18,21:8
    22455 BAE Youn Joo (KOR) d 95927 CHENG Wen (CHN) 5/8* 10:21,21:15,21:14

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    right, time to support saina then, i predict a really bright future for this girl.

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    Quarter Final results

    BOYS SINGLES

    67259 ZHOU Wenlong (CHN) d 63707 TAGO Kenichi (JPN) 1* 21:16,20:22,21:14
    53856 HONG Ji Hoon (KOR) 9/16* d 92121 PARK Sung Min (KOR) 21:16,21:18
    14587 SUGIARTO Tommy (INA) 3/4* d 94408 MATSUKAWA Naohiro (JPN) 9/16* 21:9,21:11
    53935 LU Qicheng (CHN) 5/8* d 53855 HAN Ki Hoon (KOR) 2* 21:16,21:17

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    Interesting semifinal ties tomorrow ,
    1.Tommy Surgiato(INA) vs Lu Qicheng(CHN)
    I think whoever takes this one will be the World Youth Champ 2006.
    2. Zhou Wenlong (CHN)vs Hong Ki Hoon (KOR)
    Zhou is on fire after beating the first seed, he should have a slight edge.

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