World Junior Championships (WJTTC) 2019 in Karat, Thailand

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I don't understand why the JNT coach made IDESAWA the #2 player ? When was the last time a Chinese player lost against a Long Pips player ? KIHARA as #3 won rather comfortably her match. She should have been #2


This is not understandable. Kihara should have played 2 matches.
 
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Same thing a year later.

This new Japanese generation plays better when trailing behind. They have to work on closing it out when having the lead.

Uh-huh.
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At this rate, Nagazaki will drop off the radar. She's only less than 2 years younger than Ito and the likes. If CNT's experience applies as well for JNT, she will live under their shadows and fade away. Kihara has it a little better given those 2 extra years, but it will still be difficult for her.

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First time ever China drops the girls' singles title since the inception of WJTTC in 2003.

Also, first time ever we have an all-Japan final.
 
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