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      Girls' final was insane, highly recommend everyone watch it. Boys' final less so, hopefully Moregard sorts out his mental game. He was a lot more likeable until he started throwing rackets and tantrums. What skills though!

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      【2017 WJTTC】BOYS SINGLE FINAL

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      Junior Boys Team


      Quarter-finals:

      Japan 3:2 France
      1) Yuto Kizukuri 3:1 Jules Rolland (11:13, 11:9, 11:8, 11:9)
      2) Yuta Tanaka 3:1 Irvin Bertrand (5:11, 11:8, 11:5, 11:5)
      3) Masaki Takami 2:3 Bastien Rembert (10:12, 11:2, 11:13, 11:8, 9:11)
      4) Yuto Kizukuri 2:3 Irvin Bertrand (11:6, 8:11, 11:6, 3:11, 7:11)
      5) Yuta Tanaka 3:0 Jules Rolland (11:6, 12:10, 11:7)

      South Korea 3:1 Chinese Taipei
      1) An Jaehyun 3:0 Li Hsin-Yang (11:4, 11:8, 11:7)
      2) Baek Hogyun 2:3 Lin Yun-Ju (11:7, 5:11, 6:11, 11:3, 6:11)
      3) Kwak Yu Bin 3:2 Feng Yi-Hsin (11:6, 9:11, 5:11, 11:8, 20:18)
      4) An Jaehyun 3:1 Lin Yun-Ju (11:3, 5:11, 11:6, 11:6)

      Romania 3:2 USA
      1) Cristian Pletea 3:2 Sharon Alguetti (12:10, 11:13, 11:7, 8:11, 12:10)
      2) Rares Sipos 1:3 Kanak Jha (9:11, 13:11, 8:11, 6:11)
      3) Dragos Florin Oprea 3:1 Adar Alguetti (6:11, 11:7, 11:8, 11:8)
      4) Cristian Pletea 2:3 Kanak Jha (11:8, 7:11, 11:9, 5:11, 12:14)
      5) Rares Sipos 3:2 Sharon Alguetti (11:3, 10:12, 8:11, 12:10, 11:6)

      Germany 0:3 China
      1) Tobias Hippler 0:3 Xue Fei (2:11, 6:11, 7:11)
      2) Gerrit Engemann 1:3 Wang Chuqin (2:11, 8:11, 11:6, 3:11)
      3) Cedric Meissner 0:3 Xu Haidong (3:11, 5:11, 8:11)

      Semi-finals:

      South Korea 2:3 Japan
      1) An Jaehyun 3:2 Yuta Tanaka (11:8, 11:1, 8:11, 10:12, 11:5)
      2) Baek Hogyun 0:3 Yuto Kizukuri (7:11, 5:11, 6:11)
      3) Kwak Yu Bin 0:3 Masaki Takami (8:11, 9:11, 12:14)
      4) An Jaehyun 3:1 Yuto Kizukuri (8:11, 11:6, 13:11, 11:7)
      5) Baek Hogyun 2:3 Yuta Tanaka (14:12, 12:14, 11:9, 9:11, 5:11)

      Romania 0:3 China
      1) Cristian Pletea 0:3 Xue Fei (8:11, 9:11, 13:15)
      2) Rares Sipos 0:3 Wang Chuqin (5:11, 4:11, 3:11)
      3) Dragos Florin Oprea 1:3 Xu Haidong (11:9, 6:11, 6:11, 3:11)

      Final:

      Japan 0:3 China
      1) Yuto Kizukuri 1:3 Xue Fei (11:9, 3:11, 8:11, 9:11)
      2) Yuta Tanaka 1:3 Wang Chuqin (6:11, 11:8, 6:11, 6:11)
      3) Masaki Takami 0:3 Xu Haidong (6:11, 9:11, 4:11)


      Junior Girls Team

      Quarter-finals:

      China 3:0 Serbia
      1) Wang Manyu 3:0 Tijana Jokic (11:2, 11:2, 11:1)
      2) Sun Yingsha 3:0 Dragana Vignjevic (11:3, 11:6, 11:6)
      3) Shi Xunyao 3:0 Izabela Lupulesku (11:9, 11:6, 11:9)

      Germany 1:3 Romania
      1) Jennie Wolf 0:3 Andreea Dragoman (10:12, 4:11, 6:11)
      2) Franziska Schreiner 0:3 Adina Diaconu (10:12, 4:11, 11:13)
      3) Sophia Klee 3:0 Tania Plaian (11:5, 12:10, 11:8)
      4) Jennie Wolf 0:3 Adina Diaconu (10:12, 9:11, 8:11)

      South Korea 3:0 USA
      1) Kim Jiho 3:1 Crystal Wang (10:12, 11:7, 11:8, 11:4)
      2) Kim Youjin 3:0 Amy Wang (11:2, 11:6, 11:8)
      3) Shin Yubin 3:2 Rachel Sung (7:11, 6:11, 11:6, 11:9, 11:5)

      Japan 3:0 Chinese Taipei
      1) Miyu Kato 3:0 Lee Yu-Peng (11:6, 11:4, 11:4)
      2) Miyu Nagasaki 3:2 Su Pei-Ling (9:11, 1:11, 11:7, 11:5, 11:8)
      3) Miyuu Kihara 3:0 Chen Ting-Ting (11:8, 11:7, 11:4)

      Semi-finals:

      Romania 0:3 China
      1) Adina Diaconu 0:3 Sun Yingsha (3:11, 6:11, 6:11)
      2) Andreea Dragoman 0:3 Wang Manyu (4:11, 18:20, 3:11)
      3) Tania Plaian 0:3 Shi Xunyao (2:11, 5:11, 10:12)

      Japan 3:0 South Korea
      1) Miyu Kato 3:0 Kim Youjin (11:5, 11:4, 11:4)
      2) Miyuu Kihara 3:2 Kim Jiho (11:7, 8:11, 11:7, 6:11, 11:5)
      3) Miyu Nagasaki 3:1 Shi Yubin (11:4, 9:11, 11:3, 12:10)

      Final:

      Japan 1:3 China
      1) Miyu Kato 1:3 Sun Yingsha (4:11, 13:11, 6:11, 8:11)
      2) Miyuu Kihara 1:3 Wang Manyu (9:11, 2:11, 11:8, 5:11)
      3) Miyu Nagasaki 3:1 Shi Xunyao (11:9, 11:9, 7:11, 11:6)
      4) Miyu Kato 0:3 Wang Manyu (5:11, 7:11, 12:14)

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      Junior Boys Singles

      Round of 64:
      Florin Spelbus, ROU 4:0 Lin Yun-Ju [4] (w.o.)

      Round of 32:
      Kwak Yu Bin, KOR 4:3 Yukiya Uda [10] (-8, 2, -8, -7, 9, 4, 10)
      Li Hsin-Yang, TPE 4:1 Irvin Bertrand, FRA [15] (-5, 10, 10, 8, 11)
      Matteo Mutti, ITA 4:3 Cristian Pletea, ROU [6] (-7, 7, -2, 7, -4, 10, 7)
      Yuta Tanaka, JPN 4:1 Vladimir Sidorenko, RUS [13] (8, 3, 11, -7, 7)
      Rares Sipos, ROU 4:2 Ioannis Sgouropoulos, GRE [11] (-4, 5, 7, -6, 9, 2)
      Truls Möregårdh, SWE 4:3 Kanak Jha, USA [9] (8, -7, 8, -5, 6, -8, 5)

      Round of 16:
      [1] Xue Fei, CHN 4:0 Kwak Yu Bin, KOR (10, 4, 10, 5)
      Matteo Mutti, ITA 4:3 Li Shin-Yang, TPE (-7, -7, 3, 7, -10, 2, 3)
      [5] Wang Chuqin, CHN 4:0 Denis Ivonin, RUS [16] (9, 8, 7, 6)
      Florian Cnudde, BEL 4:2 Masaki Takami, JPN [12] (-8, 10, 9, 11, -8, 8)

      [3] Niu Guankai, CHN 4:3 Feng Yi-Hsin, TPE [14] (12, 11, 8, -6, -11, -3, 9)
      [8] An Jaehyun, KOR 4:2 Yuta Tanaka, JPN (7, -9, 4, 7, -5, 9)
      [7] Xu Haidong, CHN 4:2 Rares Sipos, ROU (5, 6, -7, -4, 12, 8)
      Truls Möregårdh, SWE 4:2 Yuto Kizukuri, JPN [2] (-6, 9, -8, 8, 9, 9)

      Quarter-finals:
      [1] Xue Fei, CHN 4:1 Matteo Mutti, ITA (5, 5, 6, -9, 5)
      [5] Wang Chuqin, CHN 4:1 Florian Cnudde, BEL (2, 3, -9, 7, 6)
      [3] Niu Guankai, CHN 4:3 An Jaehyun, KOR [8] (-10, 8, -5, -7, 12, 9, 6)
      Truls Möregårdh, SWE 4:0 Xu Haidong, CHN [7] (8, 9, 10, 7)

      Semi-finals:
      [1] Xue Fei, CHN 4:0 Wang Chuqin, CHN [5] (9, 9, 3, 7)
      Truls Möregårdh, SWE 4:3 Niu Guankai, CHN [3] (11, -10, 6, -4, -6, 5, 8)

      Final:
      [1] Xue Fei, CHN 4:1 Truls Möregårdh, SWE (9, 10, 4, -9, 8)


      Junior Girls Singles


      Round of 64:
      Daria Shadrina, RUS 4:2 Solomiya Brateyko, UKR [16] (-9, -2, 8, 6, 2, 4)
      Chau Wing Sze, HKG 4:1 Lisa Lung, BEL [15] (4, 7, 9, -6, 7)

      Round of 32:
      Su Pei-Ling, TPE 4:3 Mariia Tailakova, RUS [12] (-6, 9, -6, -3, 9, 9, 4)
      Mitsuho Kimura, JPN 4:1 Andreea Dragoman, ROU [14] (7, -11, 7, 9, 7)
      Zhang Xuan, ESP 4:1 Shi Xunyao, CHN [5] (6, -6, 9, 9, 7)
      Archana Girish Kamath, IND 4:2 Miyuu Kihara, JPN [9] (8, 14, -6, -6, 10, 8)

      Round of 16:
      [1] Sun Yingsha, CHN 4:0 Su Pei-Ling, TPE (7, 2, 4, 9)
      [8] Miyu Nagasaki, JPN 4:1 Bruna Takahashi, BRA [13] (5, -8, 5, 6, 8)
      [7] Qian Tianyi, CHN 4:1 Kim Youjin, KOR [11] (10, 6, 6, -10, 5)
      Mitsuho Kimura, JPN 4:1 Adriana Diaz, PUR [4] (5, 9, 7, -8, 5)

      [3] Miyu Kato, JPN 4:2 Kim Jiho, KOR [10] (-7, -7, 10, 7, 6, 8)
      Zhang Xuan, ESP 4:0 Daria Shadrina, RUS (8, 4, 10, 7)
      Chau Wing Sze, HKG 4:0 Adina Diaconu, ROU [6] (8, 6, 6, 10)
      [2] Wang Manyu, CHN 4:0 Archana Girish Kamath, IND (2, 5, 7, 7)

      Quarter-finals:
      [1] Sun Yingsha, CHN 4:1 Miyu Nagasaki, JPN [8] (-7, 7, 6, 9, 5)
      [7] Qian Tianyi, CHN 4:2 Mitsuho Kimura, JPN (12, 11, 6, -11, -11, 7)
      [3] Miyu Kato, JPN 4:1 Zhang Xuan, ESP (7, 16, 7, -7, 5)
      [2] Wang Manyu, CHN 4:0 Chau Wing Sze, HKG (2, 4, 8, 5)

      Semi-finals:
      [1] Sun Yingsha, CHN 4:3 Qian Tianyi, CHN [7] (-8, 8, -7, -2, 4, 3, 7)
      [2] Wang Manyu, CHN 4:1 Miyu Kato, JPN [3] (-10, 5, 10, 7, 9)

      Final:
      [1] Sun Yingsha, CHN 4:3 Wang Manyu, CHN [2] (-6, 8, 8, -12, -8, 6, 12)


      Junior Boys Doubles

      Quarter-finals:
      [1] Wang Chuqin/Xue Fei, CHN 4:2 Kim Byunghyeon/Kwak Yu Bin, KOR (-6, 5, 8, -7, 3, 6)
      [6] Yukiya Uda/Yuta Tanaka, JPN 4:3 Florian Cnudde/Laurens Devos, BEL (-9, 7, -3, 6, 6, -9, 9)
      [3] Masaki Takami/Yuto Kizukuri, JPN 4:1 Denis Ivonin/Vladimir Sidorenko, RUS [7] (11, 6, 4, -9, 10)
      [8] An Jaehyun/Baek Hogyun, KOR 4:3 Niu Guankai/Xu Haidong, CHN [2] (-12, 3, 11, -10, -4, 8, 4)

      Semi-finals:
      [1] Wang Chuqin/Xue Fei, CHN 4:2 Yukiya Uda/Yuta Tanaka, JPN [6] (-9, -6, 7, 7, 5, 10)
      [8] An Jaehyun/Baek Hogyun, KOR 4:1 Masaki Takami/Yuto Kizukuri, JPN [3] (10, 13, 8, -2, 9)

      Final:
      [1] Wang Chuqin/Xue Fei, CHN 4:1 An Jaehyun/Baek Hogyun, KOR [8] (-10, 8, 5, 5, 5)


      Junior Girls Doubles

      Quarter-finals:
      [1] Shi Xunyao/Sun Yingsha, CHN 4:1 Anastasia Kolish/Mariia Tailakova, RUS [6] (-6, 8, 5, 7, 5)
      [3] Miyu Kato/Miyu Nagasaki, JPN 4:0 Julia Slazak/Anna Wegrzyn, POL (5, 12, 6, 3)
      [7] Miyuu Kihara/Mitsuho Kimura, JPN 4:1 Adina Diaconu/Andreea Dragoman, ROU [4] (5, 6, -8, 10, 9)
      [2] Qian Tianyi/Wang Manyu, CHN 4:1 Kim Jiho/Kim Youjin, KOR [5] (8, 5, -10, 10, 1)

      Semi-finals:
      [1] Shi Xunyao/Sun Yingsha, CHN 4:2 Miyu Kato/Miyu Nagasaki, JPN [3] (-10, -8, 6, 8, 6, 7)
      [2] Qian Tianyi/Wang Manyu, CHN 4:0 Miyuu Kihara/Mitsuho Kimura, JPN [7] (6, 6, 8, 9)

      Final:
      [1] Shi Xunyao/Sun Yingsha, CHN 4:3 Qian Tianyi/Wang Manyu, CHN [2] (-7, 12, 4, -8, -10, 9, 9)


      Junior Mixed Doubles

      Quarter-finals:
      [1] Xue Fei/Wang Manyu, CHN 4:0 Vladimir Sidorenko/Adriana Diaz, RUS/PUR [7] (6, 9, 9, 5)
      [4] Cristian Pletea/Adina Diaconu, ROU 4:2 Xu Haidong/Qian Tianyi, CHN [5] (-8, 8, 12, -3, 8)
      [8] An Jaehyun/Kim Jiho, KOR 4:1 Niu Guankai/Shi Xunyao, CHN [3] (7, 9, -7, 8, 8)
      [2] Wang Chuqin/Sun Yingsha, CHN 4:0 Jose Pedro Francisco/Chau Wing Sze, POR/HKG (5, 4, 1, 7)

      Semi-finals:
      [1] Xue Fei/Wang Manyu, CHN 4:0 Cristian Pletea/Adina Diaconu, ROU [4] (5, 9, 3, 9)
      [8] An Jaehyun/Kim Jiho, KOR 4:3 Wang Chuqin/Sun Yingsha, CHN [2] (10, -3, 8, -9, 7, -6, 10)

      Final:
      [1] Xue Fei/Wang Manyu, CHN 4:1 An Jaehyun/Kim Jiho, KOR [8] (8, 5, 12, -8, 8)
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      Quote Originally Posted by Atas Newton View Post
      Girls' final was insane, highly recommend everyone watch it. Boys' final less so, hopefully Moregard sorts out his mental game. He was a lot more likeable until he started throwing rackets and tantrums. What skills though!
      He is 15. Give him a break.

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      I see the touch that Moregard has and he has a lot of potential. But does anybody notice the extreme grip he uses, its very oriented to the backhand side and may hamper his forehand. Anybody think this will hamper his future growth? Like everybody else i would love to see another Waldner.
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      Quote Originally Posted by 42andbackpains View Post
      I see the touch that Moregard has and he has a lot of potential. But does anybody notice the extreme grip he uses, its very oriented to the backhand side and may hamper his forehand. Anybody think this will hamper his future growth? Like everybody else i would love to see another Waldner.
      Even Waldner had so many different grips for different shots. There are many players lile Schlager or Dima who do things differently but excel. I would not worry about Moregard's grip as long as he is comfortable with it.

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      Quote Originally Posted by drunix80 View Post
      Even Waldner had so many different grips for different shots. There are many players lile Schlager or Dima who do things differently but excel. I would not worry about Moregard's grip as long as he is comfortable with it.
      Or Boll. As Schlager once said, the things that make great players great are not found in the textbooks. Given
      how strong Moregardh's forehand is, I find 42andbackpains concern extremely weird.
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      The girls final score is definitely wrong. It was deuce in the 7th after all... looks like you took the Girls SF score.

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      Do most of these world junior boys champions and finalists go on to make it as pros? I'm guessing the latest two have got a great chance.

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      I like Truls' style and like watching his matches. But I do not see a new Waldner unfortunately. Moregard misses the incredible feeling of the ball by Waldner. Moregard is still very young and has the potential to become a great player indeed. (I hope he sticks with Stiga and not turn over to BTY.)

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      Quote Originally Posted by MJB999 View Post
      Do most of these world junior boys champions and finalists go on to make it as pros? I'm guessing the latest two have got a great chance.
      Moregardh is playing in champions league or played last year. Kallberg Anton too. Xue Fei and Wang Chuqin are playing in world tours where china sends players. Yuto Kizukuri is strong in the men's singles events, but he is genial as a doubles player, Uda Yukiya is not bad either. Sidorenko is playing in russian premier league if I remember correctly. I don't know about Denis Ivonin, but his name is familiar to me, maybe from Bundesliga? Someone might correct me. But yeah, these players are doing pretty well and they have big potential.

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      .. now it would be sounding like a wisecrack ... but honestly I had the vibe when I watched his match against Kanak Jha .. its almost like he thinks that he is too good , but even if you are you cannot show off ... he has a long way to become Waldner , somebody needs to tell him that ... he definitely needs to go to a sports psychiatrist ....

      Quote Originally Posted by Atas Newton View Post
      Girls' final was insane, highly recommend everyone watch it. Boys' final less so, hopefully Moregard sorts out his mental game. He was a lot more likeable until he started throwing rackets and tantrums. What skills though!
      Lets go Spinny Looping !

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      Quote Originally Posted by ttmonster View Post
      .. now it would be sounding like a wisecrack ... but honestly I had the vibe when I watched his match against Kanak Jha .. its almost like he thinks that he is too good , but even if you are you cannot show off ... he has a long way to become Waldner , somebody needs to tell him that ... he definitely needs to go to a sports psychiatrist ....
      The kid is a 15 year old prodigy being raised to be World Champion. What do you want him to Do?

      And he is probably more disappointed in his ability to perform on that stage. But I think people are just gratuitously criticizing him. Waldner wasn't humble either.

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      Quote Originally Posted by MJB999 View Post
      Do most of these world junior boys champions and finalists go on to make it as pros? I'm guessing the latest two have got a great chance.
      They pretty much all do, except the few with life accidents, injuries and character issues. There is a junior tour that gives rating points so it feeds the senior tour. Whether this will all change with the new rating system will be interesting.

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      Quote Originally Posted by ajtatosmano2 View Post
      Moregardh is playing in champions league or played last year. Kallberg Anton too. Xue Fei and Wang Chuqin are playing in world tours where china sends players. Yuto Kizukuri is strong in the men's singles events, but he is genial as a doubles player, Uda Yukiya is not bad either. Sidorenko is playing in russian premier league if I remember correctly. I don't know about Denis Ivonin, but his name is familiar to me, maybe from Bundesliga? Someone might correct me. But yeah, these players are doing pretty well and they have big potential.
      He is playing this year as well. He is still in Eslov I believe.

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      Congrats to Xue Fei. It'll be fun watching him for years.

      Better to be early on this than late but this kid has just as good of an RPB as Wang Hao. I never thought I'd see that again.

      Better? I don't know. I mean that's hard to say. But who cares if it's better or not. IMO it's right there as far as being just as good. I enjoy watching him just because it seems so foreign to see a RPB that good.


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