Top seeds from Australia and England stumble at the first hurdle in the Perth International 2019

Pictured: Georgina Bland, England / Photo credit @jbmedia_perth The Men’s and Women’s Singles draw at the Perth International 2019 opened the BWF Future Series event at Kingsway Indoor Stadium this morning. Australia’s national Champion, Jacob Schueler, managed to recover from his shaky start to survive the first round scare, while being gifted with a walkover…

#AJI2019 Final highlights: Australia’s Rio Agustino pulls of a remarkable comeback while Chinese Taipei’s Lee Yu-Hsuan doubles up on Gold

WOMEN’S SINGLES  Lee Yu-Hsuan (TPE) vs Angela Yu (AUS)[1]  19-21 21-14 21-15 The closely contested first game was anyone’s for the taking as the two youngsters forced the shuttle into the four corners of the court with impressive precision and power. With nothing to lose, Lee Yu-Hsuan’s change of game plan worked wonders after dropping the first…

Top seeds fall in the Women’s Doubles while Chinese Taipei guarantee Gold in the Men’s Doubles – Semi-Final highlights #AJI2019

The finalists have been decided at the Australian Junior International 2019. Australia proved their strength and depth in the Mixed Doubles after an all-Australian affair guarantees the Gold medal for the nation tomorrow. Meanwhile, fifteen-year-old Lee Yu-Hsuan from Chinese Taipei extended her impressive run with formidable performances in the Women’s Singles and Doubles. She will…

Rio Agustino becomes the only seed to survive in Men’s Singles while Angela Yu reigns supreme: Quarter-Finals highlights #AJI2019

Players from Australia and Chinese Taipei denied the other competing countries (New Zealand and Sri Lanka) a chance of competing in any of today’s Quarter-Finals at the Australian Junior International 2019. The Men’s Singles players opened proceedings, with Chinese Taipei’s Lai Pin Da storming through the first game against Australia’s fourth seeded Dimitri Han. A…