BWF World Junior Championships 2015

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  1. Baddyforall

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    Siril varma took the first game 21-15
     
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    HBJ takes her foot off the pedal and is forced to play the decider.
     
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    Firman Kholik in serious trouble.
     
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    I was told HBJ's form during the individual event is not good and it's showing now.
     
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    Omg Kholik about to loose too
     
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    So after two prominent MS players taking the exit door the field is wide open!! I believe Watanabe will grab the title
     
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    That was way out, linejudge sleeping ?
     
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    15 year old Siril varma defeated more experienced R.Sathieshtharan of Malaysia and entered Semifinals . Wow. Simply superb.
     
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    Siril won the match comfortably.. This boy deserves appreciation
     
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    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 he wants to play the final.
     
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    HBJ has a 6 pt lead and blew it. CHN's worst showing at the World Juniors.
     
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    All of Chinese singles squad lost today.
     
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    OMG how can Firman lose like that, it was not even close, it was total domination from Thai guy.
     
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    Wow medal. But we need more Siril coz even RMV has a junior medal I think.
     
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    We have many LKY's in Singapore. But the most famous of them all is Lee Kuan Yew, our local-born first Prime Minister who died earlier this year. He was in his early 90s when he left us.
     
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    What a day for the juniors yesterday!

    Upsets, shocking defeats for even what the organisers considered the best, those seeded #1!

    Notable among these were He Bingjiao #1 (CHN), Firman Abdul Kholik #1 (INA), Lin Guipu #4 (CHN), Ben Lane/Jessica Pugh #3 (DEN) and Marsheilla/Rahmadhani #5 (INA).

    The Japanese youngsters were the most impressive as all of them advanced to the SF today.

    And Malaysia's two ladies also made it to the Semis. And 15 year-old Siril Verma also became a MS semi-finalist.

    Our very own LKY #13 was eliminated by unseeded Koki (JPN), a name to watch.

    Congratulations to all winners!
     
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    @Loh how good is Fireman's Thai conquerer?? Can Siril Verma get past him??
     
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    You should see him play. Fast attacking player. I am not surprise he beat Firman. Definitely not overated!
     
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    Japan has representatives in all the departments. This should be their best world junior championships.

    It will be very difficult for Siril varma to defeat Adrulrach namkul. He is way more experienced than Siril. He has been participating in senior tournaments since 2012.
    Atleast, Siril was able to get a medal when his compatriots did not even enter quarters .
     
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    will MAS WS Goh Jin Wei & Lee Ying Ying able to make history by entering to final for the first time...?!
     

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