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Thread: World Junior Championship Korea
11-10-2006, 04:16 AM #205Originally Posted by nugroho
Pia wants to be a SINGLES player! They originally wanted her to play in doubles and she declined! She was enrolled into Pelatnas this year as a singles player!
11-10-2006, 05:09 AM #206Originally Posted by nugroho
You mean a walkover has been to TS?
We understand that all Indonesians will want TS to win but so do all Koreans. What more, TS is playing in Incheon, South Korea not in Jakarta. Han Ki Hoon (seeded 9/16) came this far not for nothing and he was able to eliminate higher ranked players along the way. So I think you should not dismiss Han before he even steps into the court to face TS.
For all you know, Han may surprise again!
But on second thoughts, I might have misunderstood you. Maybe you meant TS won his SF, not the F yet.
Last edited by Loh; 11-10-2006 at 05:12 AM.
11-10-2006, 05:24 AM #207Originally Posted by Loh
you are right on your second thought
11-10-2006, 06:38 AM #208
Semi Final results
52774/54359 LEE Yong Dae/YOO Hyun Young (KOR/KOR) 1* d 11777/54956 LIU Xialong/LIAO Jingmei (CHN/CHN) 3/4* 21:14,21:9
54951/95281 LI Tian/MA Jin (CHN/CHN) d 54949/14393 HU Wenqing/WANG Xiao Li (CHN/CHN) 3/4* w/o
53938 WANG Yihan (CHN) 1* d 54357 KIM Moon Hi (KOR) 5/8* 21:16,21:13
52748 NEHWAL Saina (IND) 9/16* d 22455 BAE Youn Joo (KOR) 25:23,21:13
53856 HONG Ji Hoon (KOR) 9/16* d 67259 ZHOU Wenlong (CHN) 16:21,21:8,21:19
14587 SUGIARTO Tommy (INA) 3/4* v 53935 LU Qicheng (CHN) 5/8* 21:19,21:16 (in 170 min ??)
95281/14393 MA Jin/WANG Xiaoli (CHN/CHN) 1* d 52730/54272 ZEBADIAH Pia/KRISHINDA Nitya (INA/INA) 21:14,21:17
53328/54358 HONG Soo Jung/SUN In Jang (KOR/KOR) d 17135/54956 WANG Si Yun/LIAO Jingmei (CHN/CHN)2* 23:21,21:9
52774/54345 LEE Yong Dae/CHO Gun Woo (KOR/KOR) 1* d 54171/54159 LIM Khim Wah/MAK Hee Chun (MAS/MAS) 3/4* 21:6,21:11
11777/20672 LIU Xialong/LI Tian (CHN/CHN) d 39276/54350 KIM Ki Jung/LEE Jung Hwan (KOR/KOR) 22:20,19:21,21:19
11-10-2006, 06:49 AM #209Originally Posted by Sandy
good result though... as they have reach semifinal
11-10-2006, 07:22 AM #210Originally Posted by nugroho
Tommy is up against HONG JI HOON, NOT Han Ki Hoon. Lu Qicheng beat Han Ki Hoon yesterday!
11-10-2006, 07:27 AM #211Originally Posted by Sandy
11-10-2006, 08:23 AM #212
You can pretty much expect to no longer see this Boy in the international scene. I don't see how a below China spec physique, standard skills & maxed out on the regiment training........ & still not good enough to win Asian / World Junior titles......... he's a gone case.
Unless If I heard that his dad is one of the big coaches in china is true.....
Being mean again.
11-10-2006, 10:47 AM #213Originally Posted by nugroho
11-10-2006, 10:52 AM #214Originally Posted by jug8man
If Lu QiCheng is a gone case, what about HAn ki hoon who he just beat?... i think he is satisfactory, but of course not as good as chen jin when he was a junior... losing to a son of a former world champion in a close fight isn't meaningless...
11-10-2006, 11:14 AM #215
Wjc Finals 2006
Hong Ji Hoon vs Tommy Sugiarto (MATCH OF THE DAY) -- the burden is on Tommy as he carries the weight of a nation, anxious to see a new MS prospect! He has beaten some reasonable players like Ronald Susilo and recently Sairul Amar Ayob. He is lucky to have avoided the big guns (Kenichi Tago, Mohd Arif Latif, Han Ki Hoon) so far and managed to beat Lu Qicheng in their rematch. He's the favorite for the title tomorrow and I hope he delivers!
Lee Yong Dae/Cho Gun Woo vs Liu Xiaolong/Li Tian -- it will be a disaster if Lee Yong Dae doesn't win 2 titles tomorrow This guy should be BANNED from playing in juniors
Wang Yihan vs Saina Nehwal -- my mind says the Chinese player will win, but, my heart goes to the Indian teenager. Winning a title here will definitely see her rise up the ranks next year!
Ma Jin/Wang Xiaoli vs Hong Soo Jung/Sun In Jang -- surprise surprise as there's no ALL-CHINESE FINAL. The Korean pair has done well in beating Liao/Wang. However, it will be a surprise if they can beat the top seed.
Lee Yong Dae/Yoo Hyun Young vs Li Tian/Ma Jin -- see above.
11-10-2006, 11:24 AM #216Originally Posted by Sandy
11-10-2006, 01:47 PM #217Originally Posted by badMania
I agree with all your predictions =p
Lee Yong Dae MUST take these 2 matches ! If Not ... what a shame lool Just Joking =) He's so talented that we put a heavy burden on him ... =) but I really like how he plays .. with class ! =p .. Geniius LEE YONG DAE !
11-10-2006, 02:07 PM #218Originally Posted by bic33
11-10-2006, 02:26 PM #219
Lol, BadMania, I love your comment about Lee Yong Dae being banned in the JUNIOR. Seriously, he is a monster as far as the junior is concerned. So young and talented. The next Kim Dong Moon/Park Joo Bong? Probably.
11-11-2006, 12:29 AM #220
i see.. the chinese invitational was "world cup" so it's another "WC" haha
she also beat XXF
World Cup 2006
Wang Strikes Again
30 October 2006
Report by Raphael Sachetat, photos by Badmintonphoto.com
Wang Yihan beat Xie Xingfang for the second time while Lin Dan outplayed his compatriot Chen Yu. Indonesia took the mixed and men’s doubles medals.
If the world seems to fear hearing the names of the Chinese national badminton team, they may have nightmares when they realize that the worst is yet to come; her name is Wang Yi Han. Originally from Shanghai, this 18 year old is almost as tall (1.77m) as her opponent Xie Xingfang whom she beat at the finals of the Invitation World Cup 2006, this weekend in Yiyang, Hunan Province.
The first time Xie lost to Wang was a few weeks ago in the China Open held in the World Champion’s home town of Guangzhou. Xie had then blamed too many tournaments and fatigue. This week end, in the final of the invitational event called “World Cup” by the Chinese organisers, Wang did it again, winning in straight games, 21/18 – 21/19.
“She’s a very good player, has a strong attack and is never afraid of anyone even if she lacks experience,” said Wang’s coach, Tan Xue Hua. Part of the National team in spite of her young age, Wang however has never travelled much until now, but her results in China have proven her worth – she was the one who beat Pi Hongyan in the last China Open in 2005 before reaching the semi finals of that event. In Yiyang, she went two steps better and won her first International title which means she could be travelling more and more in the upcoming months.
11-11-2006, 01:23 AM #221
I hope Saina Nehwal can go one step beyond her senior Aparna Popat , who is the runner up few years back. I wonder what is Aparna doing now, she seems not doing as expectedly well in recent years.
Nice to see korean women doubles breaking the chinese wall.
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