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Yes, I am talking about SS ranking. #5 Ahsan/Setiawan and #6 Fu/Zhang are in the same group which makes group A so tough!
In WS and MD draws, why is #5 & #6, #7 & #8 in the same group? Edited: Never mind, I think they only set top four seeds in the draw.
Siril seems to run out of gas after the first game. Lu plays like Chou Tien Chen and that's why he can fight his way over attacking players like...
All of Chinese singles squad lost today.
It would be nice if two players born in 1999 play the MS final. But Lu beat Koki in the team event quite convincingly. Koki has some work to do if...
Viktor AXELSEN beat Sai Praneet B 19-21 21-15 21-15
Misaki beat Suo Di 17-21 22-20 21-19 :)
Suo Di levels 18-18
Ji Wook KANG beat Prannoy H.S 21-13 21-9
Kang looks impressive in both singles and doubles.
What happened to the other BS semi?
Naoko beat Carolina 17-21 21-14 21-13
too bad for Carolina, but she is only 17 this year so she can still play next year's WJC.
Actually it's the first time an European makes semis since 2007. Understandably since the last two WJCs were held in Asia. Europeans tend to...
Kim ASTRUP/Rasmus FLADBERG beat Jones Rafli JANSEN/Dandi PRABUDITA 21-17 21-16
So Europe is now guaranteed to have a semifinalist and medal in...
Sandra-Maria/Lena won first game 21-8 :eek:
Christopher COLES/Matthew NOTTINGHAM beat Bong Chan JUN/Ki Hwa JUNG 21-18 21-14
another good win for European juniors.
Carolina won 23-21 :cool:
yeah..I know she is a very good doubles player, but didn't know she can play this good in singles :cool:
Carolina finally levels at 17-17 in rubber game.
18-17 Deng Xuan
Naoko Fukuman beat Tai Tzu Ying 21-14 12-21 21-12 wow..Naoko is really good.
Carolina already won a senior title last year, she is very good.
She and Deprez are the top two European GS right now.
yeah..I am also interested to see what Carolina does here.