2013 BWF WORLD Junior Championships (Bangkok, 23rd October-3rd November 2013)

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  1. limsy

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    so far so good for the result.
    china lost 2 ms.
     
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    Jonatan Christie edged out Sun Feixiang. But he has an uphill task against Thamassin Sitthikom. M. Bayu Pangisthu should be able to beat Fabian Roth (even though the GER player is seeded 3/4). Roth lost to Fikri in the Belgian International 2013.

    As for Ihsan Maulana Mustofa, he shouldn't have any problem beating Benny Lin.

    So 2 INA BS players to expect in R16 perhaps?
     
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    Surprisingly, Intan Dwi Jayanti progresses to R32 after beating the TPE girl in 3-sets.

    Now, she faces a European opponent (Maja Pavlinic) for a place in the last 16.
     
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    yeo jia min isnt doing well.
     
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    Tomorrow is going to be a hectic day for Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo and Masita Mahmudin. They may need to play in 4 matches. Kevin/Masita are likely to beat their team-mates to progress to R16 and they will play another match to determine a place in the last 8.

    For Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo/Arya Maulana Aldiartama, they should also clear the 2 rounds of matches tomorrow (R32 and R16). The tough matches will start on Friday in the QF. For Fajar Alfian/Yantoni Edy Saputra, they should reach R16 and face a tough match against the THA pair tomorrow evening. For Alwi Mahardika/Felix Eka Saputra, I expect them to lose to the TPE pair in R32.

    As for Uswatun Khasanah/Masita Mahmudin, they also have a good chance of reaching QF if they can beat the 3/4th seed from DEN in R16. I will expect Febriani Endar Kusumawati/Della Augustia Surya to lose to the JPN pair in R32 and Rosyita Eka Putri Sari/Setyana Mapasa to progress to QF.

    For BS, 2 matches will be played tomorrow and I expect only Ihsan Maulana Mustofa to progress to QF. M. Bayu Pangisthu will need to beat two seeded players to reach QF and that's very unlikely. As for Jonatan Christie, I will be very very surprised if he can beat Thammasin Sitthikom.

    For GS, there's an outside chance for Intan Dwi Jayanti to reach QF as she faces non-Asian opponents: Maja Pavlinic [9/16] followed by possibly Stefani Stoeva [3/4]. Ruselli Hartawan will probably lose to He Bingjiao while Hana Ramadhini is expected to reach QF.
     
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    We know they are powerful enough to beat the seeded pair only in 18 minutes. :D :D
     
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    Technically speaking, seeded European pairs (esp for countries other than DEN or GER) should be inferior to non-seeded Asian pairs.
     
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    Lets see how far Alwi/Felix can handle the seeded-Taipei pair Ko-Chi Chang/Chi-Hung Liao [9/16].
     
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    Predictions for GD are all spot-on. Two INA pairs are in R16 to be played this evening. Uswatun Khasanah/Masita Mahmudin vs Julie Finne-Ipsen/Rikke S. Hansen [3/4]. That could be a handful. Another match involves Rosyita Eka Putri Sari/Setyana Mapasa vs Stacey Guerin/Delphine Lansac. Should be a winnable match for our GD no 1 pair.

    As for Fajar Alfian/Yantoni Edy Saputra, a tough match against Puavaranukroh Dechapol/Ketien Kittinupong [5/8] awaits them later.
     
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    Wooow Lee Min Ji was 13-20 down on match point against Qin Jinjing on set no.2, and she took the 9 straight point to erase 7 match points and take the 2nd game 22-20. What a fighting spirit!
     
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    s.kisona is leading against aya ohori! who would have think about this?:eek:
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    aya overcome kisona and won in duece. good fight from kisona.
     
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    Qin Jinjing wasted 7 straight match points on game 2 against Lee Minji, and it cost her the match losing to Lee Minji 21-14 on the decider
     
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    the so called "child prodigy" He Bingjiao, face Ruselly Hartawan from INA.
    easy and sure win for Bingjiao.
     
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    Update: 5 mentions of my fave words so far, with 3 of them referring to one person.
     
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    who are the other 2 refer to ?
     
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    goh jin wei,one of them,playing now
    13 years old,won the 1st set against kim na young(9/16 seed).
    not sure about the last one.
     
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    Goh Jin Wei & Jo ;)
     
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    looks like goh jin wei will end her tourney here.:p
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    she retired once i posted this0.0:eek:
     
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    GJW born in 2000 ? wow... she must be special....

    Jo ? :eek:
    how come he can be called prodigy ? winning Challenge in 16 yo ?
     
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    yes,and she won the u-19 title in malaysia,she practically beat most of the wjc ws squad member to the title.
    u can consider she as the best u-19 mas ws,but as long as she cant play oversea,she wont go far in her career.;)
     

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