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    Final results


    MIXED DOUBLES

    52774/54359 LEE Yong Dae/YOO Hyun Young (KOR/KOR) 1* d 54951/95281 LI Tian/MA Jin (CHN/CHN) 18:21,21:19,21:14


    BOYS SINGLES

    53856 HONG Ji Hoon (KOR) 9/16* d 14587 SUGIARTO Tommy (INA) 3/4* 21:13,10:21,21:16

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    Final results

    GIRLS SINGLES

    53938 WANG Yihan (CHN) 1* d 52748 NEHWAL Saina (IND) 9/16* 21:13,21:9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy
    Final results
    BOYS SINGLES
    53856 HONG Ji Hoon (KOR) 9/16* d 14587 SUGIARTO Tommy (INA) 3/4* 21:13,10:21,21:16
    Argghhh.....what a wasted opportunity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy
    Final results


    MIXED DOUBLES

    52774/54359 LEE Yong Dae/YOO Hyun Young (KOR/KOR) 1* d 54951/95281 LI Tian/MA Jin (CHN/CHN) 18:21,21:19,21:14


    BOYS SINGLES

    53856 HONG Ji Hoon (KOR) 9/16* d 14587 SUGIARTO Tommy (INA) 3/4* 21:13,10:21,21:16
    Lee Yong Dae Almost lost the match !! But fortunately he won at the end lool
    Congratulation !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy
    Final results

    GIRLS SINGLES

    53938 WANG Yihan (CHN) 1* d 52748 NEHWAL Saina (IND) 9/16* 21:13,21:9
    waaa ... Wang Yihan didn't let any chances to Saina !
    From now on .. we know the next world n1 !
    Well .. anything can happen ! Congratulation Wang Yihan

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    Girls double final result :

    Ma Jin/Wang Xiaoli beat Hong Soo Jung/Sun In Jang 21-13 21-18

    Boys double final result :

    Lee Yong Dae/Cho Gun Woo beat Liu Xialong/Li Tian 21-12 21-16

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    Lee Yong Dae managed to take 2 titles !
    Li Tian must feel frustrated now as he lost twice to the same person on the same day.

    Final result :
    Korea 3 Gold
    China 2 Gold

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    wang yihan.. future zhang ning.. wakaka.. y not xie xing fang..? coz her legs r long enough.. wakakakakk... cold ler~ lindan got a nick called "superdan" or in chinese call "cao ji dan" i think lee yong dae should hv 1 also.. "superdae" or in chinese.. hmm... "cao ji da" wakakak... korean juniors are damn strong... lolz... better den china's.. thats wat my opinion..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syaoran_Style
    Girls double final result :

    Ma Jin/Wang Xiaoli beat Hong Soo Jung/Sun In Jang 21-13 21-18

    Boys double final result :

    Lee Yong Dae/Cho Gun Woo beat Liu Xialong/Li Tian 21-12 21-16

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    Lee Yong Dae managed to take 2 titles !
    Li Tian must feel frustrated now as he lost twice to the same person on the same day.

    Final result :
    Korea 3 Gold
    China 2 Gold
    4 golds i think.. another in mixed team event..

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    The final results are in:

    Rank/Country:
    1st: Korea
    2nd: China
    3rd: Malaysia
    4th: Indonesia
    5th: Japan
    6th: Singapore
    7th: Thailand
    8th: India
    9th: Chinese Taipei
    10th: England
    11th: Germany
    12th: Russia
    13th: Denmark
    14th: Netherland
    15th: Czech Republic
    16th: Turkey
    17th: Hong Kong
    18th: Ukraine
    19th: Vietnam
    20th: USA (Ouch! )
    21st: Canada
    22nd: Bulgaria
    23rd: New Zealand
    24th: Australia
    25th: Philippines
    26th: Pakistan
    27th: South Africa
    28th: Egypt
    gosh..denmark 13th place...????? unbelieveable.. their seniors r quite good but how come the juniors..?? aiskz.. have to train hard lor..if not gade they all kenot retire..wakaka.. s'pore juniors r quite good at mixed teams.. keke.. n wat happen to tago ar.. his performances r so poor in dis championship..

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    hmm.. i think theres lack of photos here.. i took these from World Junior Championship official web.. but dunno y kenot b posted here.. aiskz.. any1 put it pls.. thx
    Last edited by blessing; 11-11-2006 at 11:13 AM.

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    Default Saina tired ? Yeah who wasn't !

    I was exhausted, says Saina
    New Delhi, Nov. 11 (PTI): India's rising shuttler Saina Nehwal today attributed her defeat in the final of the World Junior badminton tournament to exhaustion which hampered her movement on the court.

    Saina, who was just one win away from creating history in India before losing to top seed Chinese Wang Yihan 13-21, 9-21, said having played some tough matches before reaching the final took a heavy toll on her.

    "I was tired. My legs were a bit stiff and I could not move so well on the court," Saina told PTI over phone Incheon.

    World number 32 Saina admitted she was excited to play her first final in a world championship but could not give her best today.

    "I could have played better. I played many negative points. It was not my 100 per cent.

    "She caught me more on my backhand smashes and during full court rallies," she said.

    Saina, however, denied that she was under any pressure.

    "I did not take much pressure though I know there were many hopes attached to me but I could not help it," she said.

    The 16-year-old rated her opponent as a better player than herself but said she could beat Wang.

    "She is a better player than I am. She recently beat seniors world number one Xie Xing Seng in an invitational tournament. But she is beatable. I can beat her," said the player who had an otherwise superb week reaching the final.

    The 14th seed Hyderabadi, who won the Philippines Open in May by beating then world number 4 Xu Huwain of Germany on the way, next plays the Seniors Asian Satellite in Mumbai from November 14 to 17 and then the Asian Games in Doha from December 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bic33
    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...
    Yeah, I'm sure he's good and almost any country would want him. But I don't think he'll survive in the China National Team.

    I could be wrong

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    sugiarto, in my opinion is the best junior singles player... i wonder what happened in that match...

    *reminiscing how good taufik was when he was 18/19 years old.. no where near sugiarto though... wondering how good LD or hartono was when they were juniors lol

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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 have a korean friend in Korea who watched the match between Lydia and Bae said that Luck was not on Lydia side that day. The match was watched by many Korean because they like Lydia style and talent. According to him Lydia was upset by some line call and she has caught Bae many time but the shuttle was out.

    He also mentioned that Bae was able to beat Cheng Wan because Cheng Wan had a stomach cramp. Liu Jae lost bcoz she could not recovered from her 60min game with M Fuji.

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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 was told that Saina Nehwal played badly in the team event but her form picked up in the individual. She lost to Thai in the WS in the team event and Jang Soo Young Korea in the team event but she won Jang in the individual.
    Saina was lucky against Liu Jae as she could not recovered from the tiring match from M Fuiji. I was told Liu Jae could not even run on the court and just gave the game to Saina.

    Guess the team event has taken the toll on some of the players. Lu of China, Han Ki Hoon of Korea, Tago of Japan, Arif of Malaysia are some of the players bundle out in the individual event. Lydia of Malaysia, Jang Soo Young of Korea, Pia of Indonesia, Xing Aiying of Singapore are some of the Team event players bundle out in the individual event.

    Some of the double and mixed double players was affected 2.

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    well done China and Korea China nearly got the XD hehe
    WYH will be the next World Champion jia you

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    yeah, Wang yihan is one heck of a player... she already beat zhang ning and XXF... what else does she need to prove... yet she's still a junior...haha

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