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Discussion in 'World Junior Championships 2010' started by limsy, Apr 23, 2010.
i think all malaysia player/pair will advance to next round
quater final is nicer
it almost 9am Guadalajara time...
what I can see until now is that Europeans players are much better than the last years, or at least compared to Asian players
well, that's good....btw there's no order of play yet on ts about today's matches....
Got , scroll further down the page
why is she still playing? she's already lost yesterday?
Yujing JIANG [9/16][CHN] - [INA] Milicent WIRANTP 19-21 21-11 21-17
Milicent WIRANTP[INA] - [DEN] Sandra-Maria JENSEN
maybe the matches you miss are from the losers' draw??
Come on Teo/Lai...jia you...Teo/Lai wins the first game 21-17, hurray
Can Song Ziwei play better in mixed doubles?
there's a losers' draw to clarify the positions from 3 to 32... I don't know the reason
Yup, for position 17 to 24. One is reason is for Youth OG ranking (held in Aug).
Top 7 or 5 qualify for Youth OG in singles, no doubles contested.
oh ok.. thanks for the info
Teo/Lai book their SF spot... 21-17; 21-13 win over Chinese Taipei. Hope that starts a good day for MAS
Organizer should determine GS -BS rank for Olympic Youth Games qualification purpose
It's spot in QF.
Should be QF spot
cmon Riyanto.....dont make too many mistakes....
1st upset of the days, European players keep forward:
Max SCHWENGER/Isabel HERTTRICH [GER] [9/16] beat CHOI Seung-il /PARK So-young [KOR] [5/8] 21-14, 14-21, 21-18
Kim Astrup/Line Kjaersfeldt (DEN, 9/16) are halfway to another upset.
Unseeded KOR pair Kang Ji-wook/Choi Hye-in win over Song Ziwei/Tang Jinhua (CHN, 3/4), 18-21, 21-12, 21-11, biggest upset so far.
that's quite confusing....they should separate it....
both Ina's tie will be lost their tie....doesnt look good....