2013 Asian Junior Badminton Championships – Girls singles

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2013 Asian Junior Badminton Championships – Girls singles
Tournament details
Dates10 (10) – 14 July 2013 (2013-07-14)
Edition16
VenueLikas Indoor Stadium
LocationKota Kinabalu, Malaysia
2012 2014

The Girls' Singles tournament of the 2013 Asian Junior Badminton Championships was held from July 10–14 in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.[1] The defending champion of the last edition was P. V. Sindhu from India.[2] Busanan Ongbumrungpan, Hana Ramadhini, and Aya Ohori were the top 3 seeded this year.[3] Ohori emerged as the champion after defeat Ongbumrungpan of Thailand in the finals with the score 21–11, 16–21, 21–13. It was the first time ever for Japan to win the gold medal in the girls' singles event.[4]

Seeded[edit]

  1. Thailand Busanan Ongbumrungpan (Final)
  2. Indonesia Hana Ramadhini (Third Round)
  3. Japan Aya Ohori (Champion)
  4. South Korea Kim Hyo-min (Quarter Final)
  5. Singapore Liang Xiaoyu (Quarter Final)
  6. India Ruthvika Shivani (Quarter Final)
  7. Thailand Sarita Suwannakitborihan (Third Round)
  8. Thailand Pornpawee Chochuwong (Third Round)

Draw[edit]

Finals[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
               
1 Thailand Busanan Ongbumrungpan 21 21
6 India Ruthvika Shivani 8 16
1 Thailand Busanan Ongbumrungpan 21 21
  China He Bingjiao 16 17
4 South Korea Kim Hyo-min 18 14
  China He Bingjiao 21 21
1 Thailand Busanan Ongbumrungpan 11 21 13
3 Japan Aya Ohori 21 16 21
5 Singapore Liang Xiaoyu 7 8
3 Japan Aya Ohori 21 21
3 Japan Aya Ohori 21 21
  China Qin Jinjing 14 12
  South Korea Lee Min-ji 14 10
  China Qin Jinjing 21 21

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
               
1 Thailand B Ongbumrungpan
  BYE
1 Thailand B Ongbumrungpan 21 21
  Japan C Hoshi 15 19
  Japan C Hoshi 21 21
  Hong Kong Tsang WC 14 10
1 Thailand B Ongbumrungpan 21 24
  South Korea Kim N-y 14 22
  Sri Lanka Y Dayarathne 11 11
  Chinese Taipei Hsu W-c 21 21
  Chinese Taipei Hsu W-c 12 17
  South Korea Kim N-y 21 21
  Vietnam Tran TLG 22 11
  South Korea Kim N-y 24 21

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
               
6 India R Shivani 21 21
  Macau Wong SM 9 14
6 India R Shivani 10 21 21
  Singapore Yeo JM 21 14 12
  Singapore Yeo JM 21 21
  Uzbekistan M Pakina 10 14
6 India R Shivani 18 21 21
  China Wang XY 21 18 16
  Malaysia Lee ZY 18 21 15
  Indonesia Fitriani 21 15 21
  Indonesia Fitriani 21 11 17
  China Wang XY 16 21 21
  China Wang XY 21 21
  Nepal S Pradhan 4 11

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
               
4 South Korea Kim H-m
  BYE
4 South Korea Kim H-m 21 21
  Iran S Aghaei 8 14
  Iran S Aghaei 21 21
  Hong Kong Yeung SY 19 8
4 South Korea Kim H-m 21 23
  Malaysia K Selvaduray 11 21
  Indonesia R Hartawan 21 21
SUB India R Mukherjee 7 15
  Indonesia R Hartawan 19 13
  Malaysia K Selvaduray 21 21
  Macau Ng WC 5 8
  Malaysia K Selvaduray 21 21

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
               
8 Thailand P Chochuwong 21 20 21
  Chinese Taipei Yu C-h 19 22 14
8 Thailand P Chochuwong 21 21
  Sri Lanka M Fonseka 10 7
  Uzbekistan A Khurshudyan 18 16
  Sri Lanka M Fonseka 21 21
8 Thailand P Chochuwong 10 21 14
  China He BJ 21 19 21
  China He BJ 21 21
  Kazakhstan A Kassenova 5 6
  China He BJ 21 21
  Malaysia Yap RC 15 11
  Malaysia Yap RC 21 21
  Singapore G Chua 11 17

Bottom Half[edit]

Section 5[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
               
  Indonesia I Jayanti 17 21 21
  Malaysia S Kumares 21 10 14
  Indonesia I Jayanti 16 19
  China Chen YF 21 21
  Macau Kuan CL 6 6
  China Chen YF 21 21
  China Chen YF 18 12
5 Singapore Liang XY 21 21
  Nepal S Shrestha 14 15
  Sri Lanka M Beruwalage 21 21
  Sri Lanka M Beruwalage 4 9
5 Singapore Liang XY 21 21
  South Korea Jun J-i 18 12
5 Singapore Liang XY 21 21

Section 6[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
               
  India R Karthik 21 11 21
  Thailand A Sapniti 13 21 19
  India R Karthik 15 21 19
  Malaysia Lee YY 21 18 21
  Malaysia Lee YY 17 23 21
  Vietnam Nguyen TL 21 21 12
  Malaysia Lee YY 9 9
3 Japan A Ohori 21 21
  Chinese Taipei Lee C-h 13 21 21
  Hong Kong Ng WY 21 10 11
  Chinese Taipei Lee C-h 17 19
3 Japan A Ohori 21 21
  BYE
3 Japan A Ohori

Section 7[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
               
  Malaysia Ho YM 19 17
  South Korea Lee M-j 21 21
  South Korea Lee M-j 21 21
  Iran Y Beigi 8 8
  Bhutan P Thingh 7 3
  Iran Y Beigi 21 21
  South Korea Lee M-j 12 21 21
7 Thailand S Suwannakitborihan 21 15 12
  Sri Lanka K Sirimannage 16 14
  India S Pardeshi 21 21
  India S Pardeshi 11 11
7 Thailand S Suwannakitborihan 21 21
  Macau Wong KI 6 10
7 Thailand S Suwannakitborihan 21 21

Section 8[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
               
  Japan A Sakuramoto 21 21
  Kazakhstan N Ismailova 8 13
  Japan A Sakuramoto 8 21 14
  China Qin JJ 21 14 21
  Hong Kong Ng TY 8 14
  China Qin JJ 21 21
  China Qin JJ 18 21 21
2 Indonesia H Ramadini 21 13 18
  Singapore Tan AN 21 21
  Uzbekistan V Mushtakova 10 4
  Singapore Tan AN 10 14
2 Indonesia H Ramadini 21 21
  BYE
2 Indonesia H Ramadini

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Badminton Asia Youth U19 Championships 2013" (PDF). Badminton India. Retrieved 11 July 2018.
  2. ^ Sukumar, Dev (7 July 2012). "Sindhu makes history by winning Asian Junior title". Sportskeeda. Retrieved 11 July 2018.
  3. ^ "[Asia Junior Championships 2013] Intan Tak Ingin Cepat Menyerah" (in Indonesian). PB Djarum. 10 July 2013. Retrieved 11 July 2018.
  4. ^ Hearn, Don (14 July 2013). "Asian Juniors 2013 Finals – Ohori takes first girls' title for Japan". Badzine.net. Retrieved 11 July 2018.

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