Miscellaneous Tournaments 2018

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  1. CIA-99

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    Well, that is game over for Aaron/Soh. Next time, next time.
     
  2. CIA-99

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    As always, MAS loses it around 19-20.
     
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    good start, bad end, just like the 300 Spartans...
     
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    300 Spartans were against 1000000++ of armies.
     
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    that's what i'm talking about the newbies vs the highly experienced veterans...
     
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    2018 BWF World Junior Championships

    By USAB Staff | Nov. 05, 2018, 10 a.m. (ET)

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    The Li-Ning BWF World Junior Championships 2018 are taking place in Markham, Ontario, Canada from November 5-18, 2018. The City of Markham, along with its partners Badminton Canada and Badminton Ontario, are excited to be welcoming 600 athletes from over 50 countries.

    The Li-Ning BWF World Junior Badminton Championships is split into two competitions: The team event and the individual competitions (singles, doubles and mixed doubles). The Team Event for the Suhandinata Cup will be held between November 5th and 10th, 2018. The Eye Level Cups for the individual titles, will be held between November 11th and 18th, 2018.

    The Suhandinata Cup is scheduled to be held between November 5th and 10th, 2018 at the Pan Am Centre, in Markham, Ontario, Canada. A detailed schedule of matches is available here.

    Tournament Results
    https://bwfbadminton.com/results/31...nior-mixed-team-championships-2018/2018-11-05
     
  7. CIA-99

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    Is it just me or do one half of Di Zijian/Wang Chan looks like Momota?
    I mean, the face structure is almost the same, although he lacks the mole under the eye.
    Fascinating.
     
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    CHN to F, coming back from 0-2 deficit, only to win 3-2 over JPN.
    - CHN wins in MD, WS, WD/ JPN in MS/XD.
    KOR finally scores a breakthrough and beat INA 3-1 of all team.
    - KOR wins in MD, WS, WD/ INA in MS.
     
  9. Justin L

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    CHN lost the first two matches to JPN in the semifinals,namely, XD, Liu Xuanxuan/Guo Xinwa, and MS, Li Shi Feng, the YOG champion before winning the remaining three matches, MD,Di Zijian/Wang Chang, WS, Wang Zhiyi, and WD, Liu Xuanxuan/Xia Yuting.

    China[​IMG] - [​IMG]Japan: 3-2
    Time: Fri 11/9/2018 4:30 PM
    Draw: Mixed Team - Final Stage 1 To 8 - 1ST'S
    Score: 3-2


    Match overview
    Order Event China[​IMG] - [​IMG]Japan Score Points Duration
    1 XD
    GUO Xinwa [​IMG]
    LIU Xuanxuan [​IMG]
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    [​IMG] Hiroki MIDORIKAWA
    [​IMG] Natsu SAITO
    21-17 21-23 12-21 0-1 1:02

    2 MS
    LI Shifeng [​IMG]
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    [​IMG] Kodai NARAOKA
    12-21 21-19 18-21 0-1 1:30

    3 MD
    DI Zijian [​IMG]
    WANG Chang [​IMG]
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    [​IMG] Hiroki MIDORIKAWA
    [​IMG] Hiroki NAKAYAMA
    21-14 21-17 1-0 0:36

    4 WS
    WANG Zhiyi [​IMG]
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    [​IMG] Hirari MIZUI
    14-21 21-12 22-20 1-0 1:17

    5 WD
    LIU Xuanxuan [​IMG]
    XIA Yuting [​IMG]
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    [​IMG] Shiena FUKUMOTO
    [​IMG] Natsu SAITO
    21-13 21-15 1-0 0:46
     
  10. Justin L

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    The following result surprise me a bit, esp IND Lakshya Sen lost to MAS Ng Tze Yong

    Malaysia[​IMG] - [​IMG]India: 3-1
    Time: Sat 11/10/2018 8:30 AM
    Draw: Mixed Team - Final Stage 1 To 8 - 1ST'S
    Score: 3-1


    Match overview
    Order Event Malaysia[​IMG] - [​IMG]India Score Points Duration
    1 MD
    CHIA Wei Jie [​IMG]
    CHUA Yue Chern [​IMG]
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    [​IMG] Krishna Prasad GARAGA
    [​IMG] Dhruv KAPILA
    19-21 21-15 18-21 0-1 0:47
    2 WS
    EOON Qi Xuan [​IMG]
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    [​IMG] Purva BARVE
    17-21 21-14 21-16 1-0 0:55
    3 MS
    Tze Yong NG [​IMG]
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    [​IMG] Lakshya SEN
    21-18 21-14 1-0 0:32
    4 WD
    GOH Jin Wei [​IMG]
    Pearly Koong Le TAN [​IMG]
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    [​IMG] Tanisha CRASTO
    [​IMG] Gayatri Gopichand PULLELA
    21-11 21-15 1-0 0:27
    5 XD
    CHIA Wei Jie [​IMG]
    Ee Wei TOH [​IMG]
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    [​IMG] Srishti JUPUDI
    [​IMG] Srikrishna Sai Kumar PODILE
     
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    YOG silver medalist Wang Zhiyi is the savior for Chinese team against Japan and once again they lift Shuhadinata Cup for 13th time, beat Korea in final, 3-1 => https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...A178E71-73D8-4FE3-B134-B358B70B75BD&match=241
     
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    RESULT: LI-NING BWF WORLD JUNIOR MIXED TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018

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    CHINA: Gold
    KOREA: Silver
    INDONESIA: Bronze
    JAPAN: Bronze

    Congratulations to all winners!
     
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    Badminton Canada YT has courts 1-4 live FYI

     
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    Yep. I am watching this already
     
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    It is strange to see an indian origin player playing for Hongkong. That too for World junior championships.
     
  17. nilesh123

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    That was a very weak attempt to play such a tight net shot at match point by Gayatri.
    Also, has she gained weight? Looked rather sluggish. Her opponent TBH wasn't that strong either
     
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    You could find a brief interview of her on the wjc2018 site.
     
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    Lack of depth in women's singles is concerning for Indian team. Why was Ashmita chaliha not selected ?
     
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    I don't believe she won any nationals this year. Didn't make headlines at all infact.
    Malavika won the last tourney which resulted in her selection. Alas, she's way too inexperienced (first int'l major?) After Purva's loss today it's packup in GS
    TBH none of these young girls looks promising to me, NONE.
    The last good crop we produced was Ruthvika unfortunately injuries plagued her.
     
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