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    Default BAE Youn Joo ( 배연주 )

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    Date of birth :1990-10-26
    Place of birth: Masan, South Gyeongsang Province
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    Current coach: Park Tae Sang
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    Started playing where :Jindong Elementary School, Masan, South Gyeongsang Province
    National titles National Champ 2009
    Highest world ranking 25 (May 2009)
    Best titles: Indonesia Int'l Challenge 2008, Hwasun Int'l 2009


    Korea's Bae Youn Joo celebrates after winning her match against China's Wang Yihan (not in picture) during the women's singles semi final match at the Malaysia Open Badminton Super Series 2010 in Kuala Lumpur January 23, 2010.
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    Yeah, she was so happy just now when she upset the 1st seed, wang yi han of china. Her gameplan today was simply superb. She leads most of the time in the 3rd set.

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    Default Related thread of her..


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    i'm confused with the two Bae's
    Seung Hee Bae, Seung Hee Bae

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    Quote Originally Posted by seawell View Post
    KOREA

    Women's singles

    Date of birth :1990-10-26
    Place of birth: Masan, South Gyeongsang Province
    Height :1.65m
    Plays: left
    Current coach: Park Tae Sang
    Marital status: Single
    Club :KT&G
    Joined national team: 2007
    Started playing :at 9
    Started playing where :Jindong Elementary School, Masan, South Gyeongsang Province
    National titles National Champ 2009
    Highest world ranking 25 (May 2009)
    Best titles: Indonesia Int'l Challenge 2008, Hwasun Int'l 2009


    Korea's Bae Youn Joo celebrates after winning her match against China's Wang Yihan (not in picture) during the women's singles semi final match at the Malaysia Open Badminton Super Series 2010 in Kuala Lumpur January 23, 2010.
    a lefty huh? look like a korean version of WX and JYJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    i'm confused with the two Bae's
    Seung Hee Bae, Seung Hee Bae
    BYJ is left-handed little girl while BSH is a bit senior with stronger strokes.

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    Default 2010 MAS Super Series

    This is an amazing story for the KOR girl, beating ZM who was top 1 and WYH who is top 1 coming up beating all the super chinese girls.

    Look into the draw of 2010 MAS Super Series:

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    The Final is against Wang Xin who has been defeated by BSH in the last KOR Open.


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    it is almost the 1st time in history that china wont have any ws in ss final despite the full squad competing
    eriko should have win the 2nd set
    anyway
    wang xin have the pressure of MUST WIN in that semi final


    Li Mao the mastermind behind rise of Korean women’s singles players


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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    it is almost the 1st time in history that china wont have any ws in ss final despite the full squad competing
    eriko should have win the 2nd set
    anyway
    wang xin have the pressure of MUST WIN in that semi final

    Li Mao the mastermind behind rise of Korean womens singles players

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...291&sec=sports
    It's an early sign that KOR will be main threat for China team in Uber Cup, upcoming May.

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    As Gillian said, I can't understand why the refree didn't call a medical doctor for BSH when she asked for it early in the game. If appropriately treated in the early stage, she could manage the rubber game to the end without retiring.


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    i watched it on maalysia's TV1 so i can't understand a word of it....but i thought she shld've been allowed to fix her injury the second time....

    anyway what's up with her leg??

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    Quote Originally Posted by narnia View Post
    As Gillian said, I can't understand why the refree didn't call a medical doctor for BSH when she asked for it early in the game. If appropriately treated in the early stage, she could manage the rubber game to the end without retiring.
    http://www.badzine.info/index.php/ne...-malaysia.html

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    Default ^^Thank you for the additional info on what transpired..^^

    ..looks like BYJ never asked for a doctor or any kind of medical assistance to treat her injury. Even the coach told her to play on.
    I guess it was up to the tournament referee to decide whether to provide medical assistance/doctor or not.
    My guess is, she suffered the injury but thought she could shake it off. But turned out it was really bothering her until she couldn't even do any lunges. Quite a strange situation indeed.

    Taken from the article:
    "I said 'no' because she did not tell me what was wrong," said Chua. "She did not ask for the doctor and did not fall to the floor or seem to be in great pain. The coach came over and I explained that she couldn't do the strapping and he told her to play on."

    *Hope you enjoyed your M'sia trip, Mr. Hearn. Will you come to the T&UC in May as well?

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    Assistant Referee Chua Soo Hock explained that the first time Bae stopped playing, she asked to spray her ankle, but that the second time, she asked to wrap it but this request was denied. "I said 'no' because she did not tell me what was wrong," said Chua. "She did not ask for the doctor and did not fall to the floor or seem to be in great pain.

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    This is nonsense. She did spray on her ankle at first break. And she asked for the supporting. Why??? What more did she have to explain about that? It's quite natural to notice that it was from any difficulty on her foot.

    Everyone knew - Gillian Clark also mentioned about it from the first time. Why did she stop then if it's not from any problem on her foot? (It was revealed that it was never from any time-delay tactics. She's just 19 yrs old, not that smart to act like other seniors.) No need to explain - it was quite natural. The umpire/referee should have put more care in active and kind manner even though it was not well articulated due to any language problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by narnia View Post
    Assistant Referee Chua Soo Hock explained that the first time Bae stopped playing, she asked to spray her ankle, but that the second time, she asked to wrap it but this request was denied. "I said 'no' because she did not tell me what was wrong," said Chua. "She did not ask for the doctor and did not fall to the floor or seem to be in great pain.

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    This is nonsense. She did spray on her ankle at first break. And she asked for the supporting. Why??? What more did she have to explain about that? It's quite natural to notice that it was from any difficulty on her foot.

    Everyone knew - Gillian Clark also mentioned about it from the first time. Why did she stop then if it's not from any problem on her foot? (It was revealed that it was never from any time-delay tactics. She's just 19 yrs old, not that smart to act like other seniors.) No need to explain - it was quite natural. The umpire/referee should have put more care in active and kind manner even though it was not well articulated due to any language problem.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...&postcount=400
    maybe to get referee's attention, she should fall on the floor and start stripping shoes, socks, and even cloths off lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
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    maybe to get referee's attention, she should fall on the floor and start stripping shoes, socks, and even cloths off lol.

    Right. I also though she was not that smart to act like that. Some over-action was needed.

    But the umpire/referee could have got more care for the youngster.


    In sum,

    - BYJ should have retired as soon as she knew it was not that little injury for her future.

    - It's good for Wang Xin to get her first SS title after all the years in the senior stage.
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