World Junior Championship 2007 (individual events)

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  1. djake

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    Preview;

    Men singles- Favourite- Chen Long (Chn)
    Chen Long has beaten Vontus and Park Sung Min in the team competition and is also the reigning Asian junior champion. His main competition should be Arif Latif (if fit) and Kenichi Tago. Others to look out for are Tanongsak (Tha).and Ashton Zhao (Spr)

    women singles - Favourite - Wang Lin (Chn)
    Surely this competition will be a stroll in the park for the Chinese girl. She should however watch out for Xing Aiying, Gu Juan, Lydia Cheah and Liu Xin.
    Pity, Saina Nehwal and Liu Jie are not here.

    Men doubles- Favourite - Chai Biao / Li Tian (Chn)
    The reigning Asian champion has beaten their strongest competitors Shin Baek Cheol / Chung Eui Seok in the team competition, and should start as clear favourites. Lim Khim Wah / Mak Hee Chun (Mas) could use their relatively vast international experience to their advantage here.

    Women doubles
    - Favourite - Yoo Hyun Young/ Jung Kyung Eun (Kor)
    Li Xuerui / Wang Xiaoli (Chn) and Yao Lei / Fu Mingtian (Spr) could be their spoilers. Asian Champions Dili / Susanto (Ina) has been beaten twice in the team competition and may not feature so strongly this time.

    Mixed double - Favourite - Shin Baek Cheol / Yoo Hyun Young (Kor)
    The Korean pair are favourites ahead of Chai Biao / Li Xuerui (Chn). Tan Wee Kiong / Woon Khe Wei (Mas) had a demoralising defeat against the Chinese pair and could be vulnerable. Watch out for Adcock / White (Eng) who were beaten narrowly by the Chinese in the team competition.

    I must also confess that I know nothing about the Danish players who did not particpate in the team competeition.
     
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    :confused:Any idea when the individual event will be started No updates from tournament software .. :mad:Maybe the players go on tour this two days ?;)
     
  3. avataar

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    Matches start 10.00am NZL time on Oct 30th
     
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    Any live streaming online available for non New Zealand viewers?
    Other than Planet Stream.tv. I've tried that site at various times during the team events. No streaming.
     
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    try the site now. im watching livestream as we speak. the webcast was available from Oct 27th onwards
     
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    3 very exciting 1st rd boys singles ties have seen action kick off at the individual event at the wrld chmp's

    In the match of the session so far
    Ashton Cheng of SIN overcame a very spirited challenge from IND # 1 GuruSai Dutt - 21-18 , 19-21 , 21-17

    HK plyrs in action also won their matches in 3 games

    Y Y Lam bting the German A Heinz 9-21 , 21-12 , 21-17
    W K Wong bt Thai Thongnuam 15-21 , 22-20 , 21-12
     
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    Other results featuring Indian Players so far -

    Saurabh Verma bt G Kosenko of Russia 21-17 , 21-11
    Adtiya Elango bt S Sato of Puerto Rico 21-7 , 21-6
     
  8. ixory

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    Some news to share..

    Badminton singles seedings redrawn after protests

    NZPA | Tuesday, 30 October 2007
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    A threat of a revolt by some nations for future events has meant yet another re-draw for the singles at the world junior badminton championships.


    The five individual tournaments begin today in Auckland.
    Controversy has hampered the individual events with nations bickering about how players are seeded and the initial draw being a week later than scheduled.
    There are no junior rankings in badminton such as those used in tennis and senior rankings give a disproportionate seeding to players from smaller nations who may play more senior tournaments but may not be as good as those juniors from more powerful countries who aren't allowed to play senior events.
    At a discussion between coaches and managers and BWF (Badminton World Federation) officials some examples given were the fact that China's 2007 Asian junior championships semifinalists in the mixed doubles Chai Biao and Xie Jing were not in the seeding list.
    However, pairs from Puerto Rico, New Zealand and Australia were seeded.
    It was also pointed out that while Indonesia's Asian junior championships girls' doubles gold medallists were requested to be seeded ahead of Korea's Yoo Hyun Young and Jung Kyung Eun, the same logic was not used to seed China's Chen Long, the winner of the boy's event.
    Instead, the top seed in the boy's singles is Malaysia's Mohd Arif Abdul Latif, the Asian junior runner-up.
    Germany team manager Thomas Lohwieser said it was time the BWF acted to check the situation.
    "We all want to see a fair and good tournament but the way it is being done now, it is difficult to see how," Lohwieser said.
    "Some of the countries have travelled a long way to compete.
    "All we ask is for the federation to lay down fair ground rules so that everyone is aware of them and it is transparent."
    Team officials from China, England, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Netherlands, New Zealand and Singapore made the appeal to the BWF following the release of the individual draw.
    Changes have been made to the men's and women's singles which get under way today.
    The top seed in the men's singles remains Mohd Arif Abdul Latif with Long Chen the second seed.
    Aying Xing from Singapore is the women's top seed followed by China's Xin Liu and countrywoman Lin Wang with Denmark's Anne Hald Jensen fourth.
    The doubles and mixed draws have not been changed. The finals are on Sunday.
     
  9. erin_hakkinen

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    INA basically has no hopes in the BS. Arif Nandang is only seeded 14th and will possibly face Lim Fang Yang in the fourth round. Adi Pratama is also scheduled to face either Vountus Indra Mawan or Rduch Sebastian in the fourth round.

    As for Girl's Singles, Maria Febe should clear her first match but will face the top-seed Xing Aiying in the second match. Pia Zebadiah is seeded 8th and she should progress at least to the QF where the second-seed Liu Xin will await her.

    Febby Angguni won her first match (Walkover) but will face a tricky match against a Japanese player Uchida Shizuka tomorrow. Even if she can clear the obstacle, Lydia Cheah Li Ya will be waiting in the third round. Another player, Fanetri Lindaweni will face an Australian-based player Jessica Jonggowisatro in the second round and possibly the 10th-seed Bae Youn Joo in the third round.

    In the BD, the Djarum pair Wifqi Windarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan should have no problem clearing the first two matches and fulfil their 5th seeding, before the hard match against the more experienced Mak Hee Chun/Lim Khim Wah in the QF.

    In the GD, the Asian Junior Champion Richi Dili Puspita/Debby Susanto is the top-seed and they should progress at least to the QF where one of the following pair could probably face them: Woon Khe Wei/Tee Jing Yi, the 8th-seed Anne Skelbaek/Maria Helsbol or Xie Jing/Zhong Qianxin. If they can progress to the SF, then Gu Juan/Zhang Beiwen will possibly be their opponent. The other pair of Reni Rosi Hendarni/Krishabella will at most progress to the third round.

    In the XD, Wifqi Windarto/Pia Zebadiah have the unlucky draw against the top-seed Tan Wee Kiong/Woon Khe Wei as early as in the second match. The other pair, Mohd Ulinuha/Richi Dili Puspita have matches against a Singapore and Thai pair in the first two rounds.
     
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    Long duration for today's first round, there are 102 matches with 20 WOs and using 6 courts which has started at 10.00am local time (04.00am WIB).

    INA's BS Arif Nandang and Adi Pratama won over easily their opponents, but what's going on to Aditya Arifin and Jr Senatria who give walkovers to AUS and MAS players?
     
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    the last time i watched the live broadcast..theres no sound..issit supposed to be like that?
     
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    i cant watch the broadcast..it wont load..
     
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    Schedule for tomorrow's matches involving INA players:

    BS R32
    13:30 Adi Pratama vs Kenny Ng
    14:40 Aditya Elango vs Arif Nandang

    GS R64
    10:00 Maria Febe vs Ksenya Polikarpova
    10:40 Uchida Shizuka vs Febby Angguni
    11:40 Linggaweni Fanetri vs Jessica Jonggowisastro
    12:20 Uyanga Turtogtokh vs Pia Zebadiah

    (another round of GS to be played in the late evening)

    BD R32
    16:40 Rafael Sanchez/Eugenio Mikkel Iii Puyat vs Wifqi Windarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan

    WD R32
    13:00 Richi Dili Puspita/Debby Susanto vs Dana Kaufhold/Lisa Deichgraeber
    13:50 Reni Rosi Hendarni/Krishabella vs Emily Ang/Kritteka Gregory

    XD R64
    19:00 Pawin Lertpanyaroj/Pijtjan Wangpaiboonkij vs Muhd Ulinuha/Richi Dili Puspita
    19:10 Lam Ying Yeung/Yeung Hiu Tung vs Afiat Yuris Wirawan/Debby Susanto
    20:00 Wifqi Windarto/Pia Zebadiah vs Ashraf Dhoray/Emma Chapple
     
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    Erm, does planetstream broadcast ALL the matches? Or do they broadcast a few of the selected matches only?
     
  16. PlayaFromMalaya

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    they broadcast the matches on court 2
     
  17. george@chongwei

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    Malaysia Player results

    Vountus Indra Mawan (MAS)bt James Eunson (NZL) 21-11, 21-8
    Arif Latif (MAS) bt Petr Hosek (CZE) 21-7, 21-13
    NG Hui Lin/Goh Liu Ying(MAS) bt Chloe/Keara 21-12, 21-9
    Lim Fang Yang(MAS) bt Philip wELKER 21-15, 21-14
    Teo Kok Siang (MAS) bt Sinatra Jr (INA) (Walkover)
    Ho Bee Ling/Vountus Indra Mawan(MAS)bt Azat/Diara(Kyr) (walkover)
     
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    Really? But there's supposed to be a match now, XD I think, on court two. But when I press (Launch Media Plyer (Live Stream), nothing appears. o.o Only the QuickTimePlayer sign appears.
     
  19. PlayaFromMalaya

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    i have the same problem too
     
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    planetstream is broadcasting matches of court 5 and they have audio, no commentary though. u can hear the match and player annoucements in the background and the ref annoucing scores. I was also able to get the coaches comments in one of the matches.........
     

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