World Junior Championships 2007 - Individual Events - Day 2

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  1. avataar

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    Heres the list of the 21 matches being streamed live on planetstream.tv

    TimeEventTeam 1Team 210:00WSAiying Xing (SIN) /1/Hye In Choi (KOR)10:20WSJuan Gu (SIN) /12/Ji Hyun Sung (KOR)10:50WSPatty Stolzenbach (NED) /5/Ayne Kurihara (JPN)11:30WSSarah Walker (ENG)Mingtian Fu (SIN) /6/12:00WSGillian Sloan (SCO)Siki Reddy (IND)12:30WSYing Suet Tse (HKG)Yik Man Wong (NED) /16/13:00MSHakan Huseyin Durakcan (TUR) /15/Yong Zhao Ashton Chen (SIN)13:30MSAdi Pratama (INA)Kenny Ng (AUS)14:10MSZhenming Wang (CHN)Winner match 96, Tue 20:2014:40MDTian Li/Biao Chai (CHN) /1/Gurusai Datt R.M.V./Tarun K. (IND)15:20MDJien Guo Ong/Wei Shem Goh (MAS) /8/Numan Okzan/Kamil Vehbe Akcebe (TUR) 16:00MDRduch Sebastian/Josche Zurwonne (GER) /7/Tong Tin Yau/Ying Yeung Lam (HKG)16:30MDPo Hsuan Cheng/Yan Pang Wang (TPE)Nan Zhang/Zihan Qui (CHN) /4/ 17:10WSWinner match nr. 71, Wed 10:20Winner match nr. 72, Wed 10:3017:40WSWinner match nr. 83, Wed 11:30Winner match nr. 83, Wed 11:3018:10XDDelius Tang/Kriketta Gregory (NZL) /13/ Boon Seong Thng/Ting Ting Thng (SIN)18:40XDWee Kiong Tan/Khe Wei Woon (MAS) /1/ Paolo Lorenzo Sunga/Karyn Welez (PHI) 19:10XDYing Yeung Lam/Yeung Hiu Tung (HKG) Afiat Yuris Wiraham/Debby Susanto (INA) /14/20:00XDWifqi Windarto/Pia Zebedian Bernadet (INA)Winner match nr.4, Tue 19:1020:30XDWinner match nr. 33, Tue 19:30Winner match nr. 34, Tue 19:3021:00XDManaeepong Jongjit/Rodjana Chuthabundiktul (THA)Mikkel Elbjorn Larsen/Anne Skelbaek (DEN) /4/

    Times mentioned are NZL local time
     
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    Early results from WS's matches

    Maria Febe Kusumastuti [INA] over [RUS] Ksenya Polikarpova - 18-21 21-11 21-16
    Beiwen Zhang [SIN]over [THA] Sapsiree Taerattanachai - 21-17 21-15
    Hye Won Eom [KOR] over [AUS] Leanne Choo - 21-10 21-11
    Linda Sloan [SCO] over [KGZ] Daria Zvereva - Walkover
    Thi Ngan Trang Nguyen [VIE] over Parashkeva Neykova - 21-19 21-17
    Lin Wang [CHN] over CZE] Sarka Krizkova - 21-9 21-11
     
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    Top seed Xing Ai Ying lost in 3 sets 21-13,14-21,18-21 to Hye in Choi...shocking!! so Maria Febe vs Hye in Choi instead
     
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    Upsets So Far -

    Hye In Choi [KOR] bt Aiying Xing [1] [SIN] - 13-21 21-14 21-18
    Uchida Shizuka [JPN] bt Febby Angguni [INA] - 18-21 21-11 21-12
    Lok Yan Poon [HKG] bt Fabienne Deprez [9] [GER] - 21-15 19-21 21-17
     
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    India in action - Day 2

    Girls SIngles -
    Arundhati Pantawane bt Keara Gonzalez [PUR] - 21-4 , 21-6
    SikKi Reddy vs Gillian Sloan [SCO] - (match in progress Sikki leading at 1st drinks break 1st game) - match just abt to start
    Ruth Misha vs Daria Dvoretskaja [RUS] - will b tricky for ruth, she was pushed to 3 games yesterday

    Boys Singles -
    Saurabh Verma vs Kieran Merrilees [5] [SCO]
    Aditya Elango vs Arif Nandang [14] [INA]
    Both boys are up against stiff opponents. Will be underdogs in both matches

    Boys Doubles -
    Gurusai Datt R.M.V/Tarun K. vs Biao Chai/Tian Li [1] [CHN]
    Arun Nandaluri/Ram C. Vijay vs Mikkel Elbjorn Larsen/ Emil Holst [6] [DEN]

    Gurusai has got a rotten draw playing top seeds in both singles and dbls
    Arun and Ram also hv a stiff challenge against the unseen Danes

    Girls Doubles -
    SikKi Reddy/Thulasi P.C vs Rabia Kemer/Oznur Caliskan [TUR]

    The girls shud advance and keep indian interest alive in the dbls after Nithya S and Ashwini P combo lost in 2 tough games yesterday

    Mixed Doubles -
    Tarun K./Ashwini Ponanappa vs Mohd. Lutfi Zaim Abdul Khalid/Liu Ying Goh [7] [MAS]
    Ram C. Vijay/Ruth Misha vs Biao Chai/Jing Xie [CHN]

    Tough matches for both XD pairs . Taru K and Ashwini stand a much better chance than Ram and Ruth
     
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    Sikki leads 11-6 at first break - 1st game
     
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    Ashton Chen up next on court 5 playing turk Huseyin Durakcan
    Arif is also on court against aussie boris ma
     
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    So, the evening matches in the GS gonna be:
    Hye In Choi vs Maria Febe -- tough match yet again for Febe after she won in rubber-sets and I expect her to lose :cool:

    Neumann Beckie vs Pia Bernadet -- Pia should win quite easily.

    Lindaweni Fanetri vs Bae Youn Joo -- similarly, the Korean will progress.

    In the BS, Adi Pratama progressed to R16 after an easy 21-9, 21-12 victory over Kenny Ng. The test will come tomorrow, facing possibly Vountus Indra Mawan.
     
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    In the GD, Richi Dili Puspita/Debby Susanto have won their first match 21-13, 21-19, while Reni Rosi Hendarni/Krishabella also progressed after an easier 21-9, 21-7 victory over their Australian opponent.
     
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    Yes indeed shocking that Aiying as no.1 seed should go down in R1 and I hope she has learnt her lesson well that when you play against the Koreans or the Japanese, never to underestimate any of them! :(

    Thankfully the other three of Aiying's singles teammates, Zhang, Gu and Fu, are still in the running.
     
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    Aiying lost in R32 last year to Megumi Taruno in 3 sets.
     
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    Arif Nandang just survived a rubber-set as well, beating Aditya Elango 21-10, 19-21, 21-19. He will lose to Lim Fang Yang tomorrow. The other BS match tomorrow will feature Adi Pratama vs Vountus Indra Mawan.
     
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    As expected, the fifth-seed Wifqi Windarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan trounced their opponent 21-7, 21-9 in just 14 mins. They will face a Japanese pair Katsutoshi Noguchi/Yuta Yamasaki tomorrow. They will face a formidable challenge in the QF, with the second-seed Lim Khim Wah/Mak Hee Chun being their possible opponent.
     
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    I'm watching TanWeeKion-WoonKheWei playing against a Filipine pair. One pair is beating the other pair flat.

    I actually couldnt tell which pair was the msians because they are all wearing the same coloured shirts. And I cant really see the words.

    But the winning pair is most probably Tan-Woon...
     
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    Maria Febe has beaten Choi Hye In 21-14, 21-19 and Pia Zebadiah also won easily 21-4, 21-10. Both will progress to the last 16. Febe will face another Korean Eorn Hye Won, while Pia will face Porntip Buranaprasertsuk.

    In the XD, two INA pairs also progressed to R32: Muhd Ulinufa/Richi Dili Puspita have beaten a Thai pair. They will face the 8th-seed Josche Zurwonne/Dana Kaufhold. Meanwhile Afiat Yuris Wirawan/Debby Susanto have beaten a HKG pair.
     
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    Even though a number of seeds have fallen, I will only count the defeat of Xing Aiying as an upset.
     
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    The other 2 XD pairs: Wifqi Windarto/Pia Zebadiah and Hendra Mulyono/Nadia Emanuella Gideon have also won their matches in straight sets. Wifqi/Pia have the mammoth task of beating the top seed Tan Wee Kiong/Woon Khe Wei, while Hendra/Nadia will face either a Scottish or German pair.
     
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    Empty vessel makes the most noise

    :eek:Top Seed gone aga~in:crying::crying::crying:So who's hot and who's not;)
     
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    Aditya's performance deserves credit. After not featuring in any matches in the team events his performance against Arif should give the lad a lot of confidence.

    Aditya (along with GuruSai and Saurabh who have featured in this event) are the next gen of players who given adequate exposure can start to make an impact on the circuit. The key element for the longevity of all of these 3 players will be physical conditioning.

    Apart from GuruSai who is a product of Gopichand's academy a mjoriy of junior mens players in India are not part of formal academies. Its is interestting to note that Aditya plays for Tamil Nadu state who coach also happens to be the cheif coach of the Indian junior team in this tournament(Mr Sacheva)

    Kudos to Aditya as well as GuruSai(tough draw for him) for their performances.


    Aditya's Results -

    Rd 1 bt Saul Soto [PUR] - 21-7 , 21-6
    Rd 2 bt Arthur Cheung [ENG] - 22-10 , 21-16
    Rd 3 lost to Arif Nandang [INA] - 10-21 21-19 19-21
     

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