Dutch Junior 2006

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  1. seven

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    thankyou for the support everyone.

    i had a bit of trouble in my first set in my 2nd round as was nervous and getting used to the fast hall and fast shuttles. second set was more controlled and played well. got 3/4 seed from india tomorrow which i could win as i don't think he should be seeded so high as there are others players better than him. anyway, i have a good chance of winning and getting to the quarters.

    ben
     
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    Well do your best Ben! :)
    We'll be following your results... :D
     
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    Hey Ben, all the best for your next match!
    Are you playing the Belgian Junior?
     
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    So far so good,Ben.Afew questions for you.How long have you been playing badminton?What's your age?What's your best achievement?Who do you think will be your strongest opponent in this tournament?All the best to you.The Malaysian junior players playing here are all the best in Malaysia.So watch out for them.
     
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    hi,

    just lost to saber afif of holland 15-4 8-15 15-8. played well but just a few patches of mistakes which cost me.

    in answer to your questions:

    1/ i started playing badminton when i was about 5 as my mum was an international so i used to hit with her and at school.so in all 13 years.
    2/ i am 18 years old, under 19.
    3/ best achievement would be final of the under 19 nationals after beating tom dunlop 17-14 11-15 17-16. but another would be beating mads conrad of denmark at langenfeld 15-9 in the 3rd. to be honest, i have only really become an international in last 2 years as i developed at age of 16.
    4/ the number 2 seed,latif is the best player here to me but fang yang lim is good-he just runs everything down and is very fast.

    i am not playing the belgium junior.
     
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    Kedah boys took two titles at Dutch Junior 2006

    Congratulations to Lok Chong Chieh and Lim KIm WAh,both from my home state Kedah,for winning the boy's singles and doubles title respectively.Kedah is a northern state in MAlaysia.Malaysia stallite usually held in November is in Kedah.Kuan Beng Hong,Lim Kenn,Tan Chun Seang.Tan Boon Hong,Chong Wei Fong,Gan Teik Chai,Khoo CHun Chiet,Au Kok Leong,Ng Kean Kok and Chin Tse Seong are also Kedahans.There will be many more Kedahans makig a name in badminton soon.Gan Teik Chai,Kuan Beng Hong,Tan Boon Hong and Khoo Chun Chiet are national players and the rest back up squads.
     
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    'Congratulations to Lok Chong Chieh and Lim KIm WAh,both from my home state Kedah,for winning the boy's singles and doubles title'


    but lok chong chieh didnt win,he lost in final.
    the other player did win doubles though
     
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    i thougth Kedah is 1 of the most undeveloped states in M'sia....but they produce lotsa good players....Malacca....it's a nice place....but only manage to produce Julia Wong
     
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    Oops!My mistake,you are absolutely right.It was Arif who beat Lok for the title.Thanks for correcting my mistake.
     

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