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    Yes, China had 4 mixed pairs up until yesterday.
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    The girl who beat 2nd seed Lydia Cheah and 5th seed Cheng Wen on consecutive days is this girl: Bae Youn-joo. She just turned 16 two weeks ago on October 26th.

    Meanwhile, Wang Yihan is up against one of the few girls at the tournament who is taller than her: 180cm Kim Moon-hi.

    I'm sure all of you saw the photos here but most of them have no captions. This link has the same photos but will let you scroll through them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by event
    Yes, China had 4 mixed pairs up until yesterday.
    Sorry. I was thinking one was beaten by Lee Yong-dae and partner but that was boys' doubles. Still, they did have 4 mixed pairs to start with, but one lost in the first round and the rest made it to the semis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    looks like the korean boys and girls are taking full advantage of the home support.
    i wonder what the atmosphere's like in the stadium ...
    Actually, here's what it looked like in the stadium on a Sunday afternoon with Korea playing in the team final. The side you can see, with the seats up there above the "2006" banner, was the side facing the scoreboards. From the opposite side, you couldn't see the scoreboard so even fewer people sat over there.
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    plz post some malaysia players from there.. tq

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy
    yes agree,
    I thaught Saina Nehwal & Lidya Cheah will challenge to break WS CHN domination in the future.
    Don't forget the 16-year old Korean girl, Bae Youn-joo, who beat Lydia yesterday? that event mentioned. I've never seen her in action although I've seen both Saina and Lydia. To be able to beat 2nd seed Lydia, Bae must be very good. But my bet is still on Saina.

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    Semi Final results

    MIXED DOUBLES

    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


    GIRLS SINGLES

    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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy
    Semi Final results

    MIXED DOUBLES

    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


    GIRLS SINGLES

    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

    The same thing happened exactly in semi final at the WJC 2004 in WS when Wang Lin lost by walk over to Lu lan ... because Cheng Shaoh Shieh would be her easily if Lu lan was too tired .. but it served to nothing as CSS beat her =p

    And her it will be the same .. even if they can choose who will meet who .. they won't beat the talented Lee Yong Dae lool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh
    Don't forget the 16-year old Korean girl, Bae Youn-joo, who beat Lydia yesterday? that event mentioned. I've never seen her in action although I've seen both Saina and Lydia. To be able to beat 2nd seed Lydia, Bae must be very good. But my bet is still on Saina.
    I see others good players too like Pia from INA but following some tournaments results, I choose both player firstly.

    Lidya lost was understandable, too hard play in team & individual. She was tired after play very well in team.
    Just problem in MAS badminton is how manage the junior player to be best player. Li Mao & Zhou Mi are there, I think they can help for it.

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    Impressive results by Saina Nehwal to beat some tough opponent by 2 sets, Jang Soo Young, Liu Jie & Bae Youn Joo. Only against Sylvinna Kurniawan she played in tight 3 sets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy
    Impressive results by Saina Nehwal to beat some tough opponent by 2 sets, Jang Soo Young, Liu Jie & Bae Youn Joo. Only against Sylvinna Kurniawan she played in tight 3 sets.
    I am happy for Saina Nehwal. I remembered watching her play in the Singapore Open. She has a good chance against Wang Yihan.

    In the mixed and boy's doubles, it's a no brainer to guess who will be the winner! The girl's doubles winner will be the Chinese pair. The most hotly contested title is undoubtedly the boy', followed by girl's singles. I am betting on either Lu Qicheng or Tommy Sugiarto to win the crown. So, whoever wins today's match should take it!

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    Semi Final results

    BOYS SINGLES

    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 ??)

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    yuppie... tommy won it!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nugroho
    yuppie... tommy won it!!!!
    ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL!!!!
    Now, he should take the title!

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    The ideal results:
    BS: INA
    GS: IND
    BD: KOR
    GD: CHN
    XD: KOR

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    All my predictions go wrong. It's going to be Tommy Sugiarto(INA) vs Han Ki Hoon (KOR)in the BS final, I think the former will be the winner. He may well be another Chen Jin, the 2004 World Youth Champ who creates waves in the badminton world in two years time? I think this is also the first time in the history of World Youth since 1992, that BS's title eludes the Chinese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania
    The ideal results:
    BS: INA
    GS: IND
    BD: KOR
    GD: CHN
    XD: KOR
    aren't pia/nitya good enough to take the title here? it was center in pelatnas that pia is a better player in double...
    correct if i'm wrong but pia used to refuse totrain in pelatnas as she was concentrated on doubles
    pia/nitya has never play in rubber sets in this tourny, they wins it straight sets

    for me it will be :

    BS : Ina
    GS : Chn
    BD : kor
    GD : INa
    XD : kor
    and in WS i still think chn are still stronger then india as she beat zhang ning last weeks?
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