Ashmita Chaliha (@4.5) vs Yaxin Wei (@1.16)
10-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Yaxin Wei will win

Ashmita Chaliha – Yaxin Wei Match Prediction | 10-09-2019 03:20

The loss of Mens Singles was key, he noted, with the flashy Lakshya Sen being cut down, 21-13 21-15, by Leong to put Malaysia 2-0 ahead. Tuning up for the individual tournament next week, Goh sailed through 21-12 21-12. Having talked up his teams chances, Indias head junior coach, Sanjai Mishra, was at pains to explain his players meltdown. In Womens Singles, Ashmita Chaliha was no match for Goh who, though still just 17, is a veteran at this level.

His entry in the semi-finals must be a morale booster for Kashyap who hasnt been in the semifinals of any major tournaments for a while. Parupalli Kashyap (India) defeated Taiwans Wang Tzu Wei by a score of 21-23; 21-11; 21-11 and earned a place in the semi-finals. With a bunch of mistakes happening from both the sides, Kashyap managed to make fewer mistakes in the net so as to claim a win against his opponent.

Men's singlesLakshya Sen (Ind) beat Jethro Tan Ruisheng (Sgp) 21-9, 21-9Sewmina Gunatilleke (Sri) beat Vu Minh Phuc (Vie) 21-14, 17-21, 22-20Saran Jamsri (Ina) beat Shin Tae-yang (Kor) 21-19, 21-18Sim Fong Hau (Mas) beat Aung Myo Htoo Myo (Mya) 21-16, 21-11Temur Turakhonov (Uzb) w/o Sumiyasuren Enkhbat (Mgl)Bai Yupeng (Chn) beat Chan Yin Chak (Hkg) 24-22, 15-21, 21-10Chen Chi Ting (Tpe) beat Gao Zhengze (Chn) 20-22, 21-15, 21-16Kim Moon Jun (Kor) beat Ao Fei Long (Mac) 21-9, 21-6Alberto Alvin Yulianto (Ina) beat Chia Wei Jie (Mas) 21-13, 21-14Pacharapol Nipornram (Tha) beat Arintap Das Gupta (Ind) 6-12, 21-5, 21-10Ikram Yuldashev (Kaz) beat Syed Daanyaal Ali (Pak) 21-11, 21-15Muhammad Rehan Diaz (Ina) beat Park Hyeon-seung (Kor) 21-15, 21-17K. Gulshan Kumar (Ind) beat Sovan Samady Sum (Cam) 21-4, 21-5Ng Tze Yong (Mas) beat Dmitriy Panarin (Kaz) 21-14, 21-14Ranthushka Sasindu (Sri) beat Pabin Kumar Lingthen (Nep)Chen Shiau Cheng (Tpe) beat N. Kurniawan (Ina) 21-15, 21-14Nguyen Hai Dang (Vie) beat Arkar Phone Myat (Mya) 21-14, 21-19Kunlavut Vitidsarn (Tha) beat Abdurasul Khadjaev (Uzb) 21-10, 21-7Women's singles (First Round)Dilmi Dias (Sri) beat Sevinch Sodikova (Uzb) 21-10, 21-10Eoon Qi Xuan (Mas) beat Tzu Hung En (Tpe) 21-13, 21-12Kim Seong-min (Kor) beat Nur Insyirah Khan (Sgp) 21-13, 21-12Thet Htar Thuzar (Mya) beat Chananchida Jucharoen (Tha) 21-19, 12-21, 21-15Rasila Maharjan (Nep) beat Kherlen Darkhanbaatar (Mgl) 21-11, 21-14Ashmita Chaliha (Ind) beat I Kuan Mo (Mac) 21-12, 21-11Savira Sandradewi (Ina) beat Samin Abedkhojasteh (Iri) 21-17, 21-18Mariya Anghela Sevilla (Phi) beat Iya Gordeyeva (Kaz) 21-13, 21-17Huang Yin Hsuan (Tpe) beat H.

Arguably the best storyline at this seasons tournament, Koreas meagre squad of two 15-year-olds and two 16-year-olds all in their first World Juniors and each playing two disciplines per tie produced a courageous comeback to steal the show 3-2 from the French who looked all but through to the last four, having grabbed Mixed Doubles and Mens Singles to send early shockwaves through GOR Among Rogo Arena.

4th Test

Still French hopes were high as their Mens Doubles heroes, Thom Gicquel/Leo Rossi, faced off with Ki Dong Ju/Kim Seong Jae. They split the first two games with Korea and the decider was a cliff-hanger, with neither side able to gain more than a three-point lead. However, 15-year-old An Se Young was not ready to surrender Koreas foothold in the event and she calmly dispatched her French opponent, Lonice Huet, 21-15 21-15. Having been central to Frances history-making run to the quarter-finals, the dynamic pair were keen to deliver the crucial third point.

While the women's doubles pair of Chang Ching Hui and Yang Ching Tun beat Arathi Sara Sunil and Rutaparna Panda 21-19, 21-17, the mixed doubles combine of Hsieh Pei Shan and Tseng Min Hao easily dismissed Shikha Gautam and Shlok Ramchandran 21-15, 21-14. It motivated the women's doubles and mixed doubles teams of the Taipei squad who did not even drop a game to complete the win.

Holding their nerves a tad more, and benefiting from some late errors by France, Korea squeezed through 21-15 19-21 21-19 in 55 minutes to level the tie 2-2 and summon the decisive Womens Doubles match on the court. It was up to Huet and Vimala Heriau; the latter having already won Mixed Doubles with Gicquel. Back came an eager An, partnered by 16-year-old Jung Min, ready to redeem herself after losing in Mixed Doubles with Ki. The mood in the French camp was not as jubilant now. They were down to their last chance.

The girls An and Min revealed they were inspired by their senior compatriots stirring Sudirman Cup victory over China earlier this year. Blaming nerves for his sub-par performance in Mixed Doubles, 16-year-old Ki Dong Ju said he composed himself and was a lot more confident in Mens Doubles. Having lost Mens Singles to Arnaud Merkle (21-10 21-3), Kim was inspired by his team-mate Ans handling of the crisis. Meanwhile, broad smiles lit up the faces of the shy players.

Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth defeats his compatriot Sai Praneeth (IND) by a score of 21-23; 21-11; 21-19 to ensure his entry into the semi-finals. The third set saw a tie 16-16 but Srikanth put the top gear to clinch four points straight and won the third set overall winning the game. The game was a neck to neck battle from the starting. In the second set, Srikanth made a strong comeback and put in a strong performance to win the second set 21-11. However, Sai Praneeth clinched the 1st set with a score of 23-21.

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"A lot of players are burning out. For many, it could be advantageous to peak a bit later than so early. Of course, Lee Chong Wei is odd one out but a lot of players are stopping at 27-28 because they don't find the motivation to carry on," he said. It is always about maintaining the hunger to win titles.