World Junior Championships 2007: Individual Events Day 3 (11/01)

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  1. badMania

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    BOY'S SINGLES R16
    Adi Pratama vs Vountus Indra Mawan -- the more experience MAS junior will take it.

    Arif Nandang vs Lim Fang Yang -- ditto.

    BOY'S DOUBLES R16
    Katsutoshi Noguchi/Yuta Yamasaki vs Wifqi Windarto/Afiat Yuris Wirawan -- the 5th-seed should win.

    GIRL'S SINGLES R16
    Maria Febe vs Eorn Hye Won -- Febe managed to beat a Korean girl today, however, I will just keep my expectation low.

    Porntip Buranaprasertsuk vs Pia Zebadiah -- Pia should take it, but, expect a tight match.

    GIRL'S DOUBLES R16
    Richi Dili Puspita/Debby Susanto vs Sarah Walker/Panuga Riou -- the hopes are high on the Asian Junior champion, but, their unconvincing form in the team event is a worry :cool: They should progress though....

    Reni Rosi Hendarni/Krishabella vs Uchida Shizuka/Ayane Kurihara -- should be the end of the road for the other INA pair.

    MIXED DOUBLES R32
    Tan Wee Kiong/Woon Khe Wei vs Wifqi Windarto/Pia Zebadiah -- the odds are on the top-seed, but, Pia's experience could help the INA pair to score an upset perhaps?

    Kim Ki Jung/Choi Hye In vs Afiat Yuris Wirawan/Debby Susanto -- a tough match for Afiat/Debby as well. The Korean pair has an edge.

    Josche Zurwonne/Dana Kaufhold vs Muhd Ulinuha/Richi Dili Puspita -- with Richi's experience, the INA pair should take it.

    Hendra Mulyono/Nadia Emanuella Gideon vs Philip Welker/Fabienne Deprez -- I don't know much abt the INA pair, so, I hope they can win.

    The mixed doubles R16 will also be played tomorrow night.
     
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    Indian Players in Action

    WD - SikKi Reddy/Thulasi P.C (vs) Ching Yung Tien/Kai Hsin Chiang [TPE] - Sikki and Thulasi are the lone surviving womens dbls pair after Nithya S/Ashwini K were knocked out in Rd 1. They havent played much with each other and go into this match as underdogs. SUPRISE US GIRLS!!

    MS - Saurabh Verma (vs) Huan Gao [CHN] - Saurabh "the 3 game kid" , has come thru two tough 3 game matches in his previous rounds. In both the matched he lost the 1st and went on to take the next two, but any such antic will bury him against the Chinese.
    He is a confidence player and looking forward toa good match.
     
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    Matches on PlanetStream.TV
    10 games live from 2.30pm NZT (1.30am GMT)

    14:30 XD Baek Choel Shin/Hyun Young Yoo (KOR) /12/ Takeshi Kamura/Midori Sakurai (JPN)
    15:10 XD Joshe Zurwonne/Dana Kaufhold (GER) /8/ Muhamad Ulinuha/Puspita Richi Dili (INA)
    15:50 XD Marcus Ellis/Samantha Ward (ENG) /5/
    16:40 WS Xuerui Li (CHN) Xin Liu (CHN) /2/
    17:20 MS Ivan Sozonov (RUS) Chi Yuan Lu (SIN)
    18:00 MD Bang Duc Bui/Manh Thang Dao (VIE) Nan Zhang/Zihan Qiu (CHN) /4/
    18:40 WD Ching Yung Tien/Kai Hsin Tiang (SIN) Sikky Reddy/Thulasi P.C. (IND)
    19:30 WD Hendarni Reni Rosi/Krishabell (Cj) (INA) Uchida Shizuka/Ayane Kujihara (JPN) /5/
    20:10 MS Zi Liang / Derek Wong (INA) /12/ Long Chen (CHN) /2/
     
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    Correction: Derek Wong is from Singapore, not Indonesia.
     
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    So far, the only Malaysian eliminated is Tee Jing Yi who lost to a Japanese. Tee is still very young and has at least one more (probably 2 or 3) WJC in her.

    Usually, Malaysians will start dropping en masse in R16 and QF stages.
     
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    Latest XD Result

    Tan Wee Kiong/Woon Khe Wei(MAS) won over Wifqi Windarto/Pia Zebadiah(INA)21-10, 21-18 in 19 minutes.

    Baek Choel Shin/Hyun Young Yoo(KOR) won over Takeshi Kamura/Midori Sakurai (JPN)21-17,21-5 in 20 minutes

    Mohd Lufti/Liu Ling Goh (Mas)won over Huseyin/Ezgi(Tur)21-18,21-10 in 23 minutes.

    Katsutoshi/Yuriko won over kelvin/Chloe 21-10,21-7 in 15 minutes.


    Afiat Yuris Wirawan/Debby Susanto (INA)won over Ki Jung Kim/Hye In choi (KOR)21-18,17-21,21-16 in 40 minutes

    Tian Li/Xiaoli Wang(CHN)won over Jen Hao Hsu/Kai Hsin Chiang (CHN TAI)21-15,21-13 in 20 minutes

    Bee Ling Ho /Vountous(MAS)won over Hendrik/Amanda 21-10,21-12 in 20 minutes
     
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  7. LI De Quan

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    Mx 32>>>>>>>>>>>>>>16 Result!!
     

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    MX QF:

    Wee Kiong Tan/Khe Wei Woon[MAS][1] VS Baek Choel Shin/Hyun Young Yoo[KOR][12]

    Mohd. Lutfi Zaim Abdul Khalid/Liu Ying Goh[MAS][7] VS Yuta Yamasaki/Aya Murakami[JPN]

    Chris Adcock/Gabrielle White[ENG][3] VS Tian Li/Xiaoli Wang[CHN]

    Muhamad Ulinuha/Puspita Richi Dili[INA] VS Bee Ling Ho/Vountus Indra Mawan[MAS]



    Afiat Yuris Wirawan/Debby Susanto[INA][14] VS Zhao Jiang,Terry Yeo/Lei Yao[SIN][6]

    Ivan Sozonov/Ksenya Polikarpova[RUS] VS Maneepong Jongjit/Rodjana Chuthabunditkul[THA]

    Katsutoshi Noguchi/Yuriko Miki[JPN] VS Zihan Qiu/Qianxin Zhong[CHN]

    Philip Welker/Fabienne Deprez[GER] VS Khim Wah Lim/Hui Lin Ng[MAS][2]
     
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    INA players did well today :)

    Pia, Febe, Adi Pratama & Nandang Arif won in Single
     
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    Yeah, good job for INA junior singles so far, Pia-Maria Febe has defeated their opponents also BS Adi Pratama and Arif Nandang enter into quarter.

    Tough hurdles for Pia and Maria Febe tomorrow, they will fight against CHN's second seed Liu Xin and Singaporean Gu Juan respectively.
     
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    A bad day for MAS losing 3 BS.
     
  12. LI De Quan

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    Sorry,it's Round 4 ,not QF.
     
  13. erin_hakkinen

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    yea very sad :crying:

    Pray for Arif now. Hope he'll pull through. Champion!

    But not bad for MAS BD, XD and GD, rite? Wonderful day :D
     
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    Derek Wong doing well againts Chen Long. Now trailing 12-15


    Edit... now 14-19 not soo good

    now 15-20.... almost over 1st set

    1st set to chen long... 21-15
     
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    Second set : Chen 5, Derek 3

    now 8-5

    now 9-6

    11-6 .... so fast

    12-8 derek trying to fight back

    17-8........ no hope i think

    18-12

    18-13..... a miracle maybe?
     
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    I'm watching them too. To be honest, I'm not impressed with Chen's net play. He made so many mistakes. Net play is so important in mens singles nowadays.

    Or maybe he just isnt playing well today? :/
     
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    I don't see you. where are you sitting?
     
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    21-15, 21-14. Gameover for Derek (SIN)
     
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    Ahahaha! I'm watching on planetstream, not watching in Nz. :D

    But Chen's smashes are brilliant though.
     
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    hehe, I'm not in NZ either :D

    I wonder if Chen Long will graduate into the China Senior MS team. not many do!
     

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