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Denmark finish 7th in Peru
Date: 11/9/2015 1:10 AM
Published by : Manuel Røsler
Julie Dawall Jakobsen/Amalie Magelund Krogh won the deciding fifth match as Denmark completed their comeback from 2-0 down to beat Hong Kong 3-2 in their Yonex World Junior Mixed Team Championships play-off stage in Peru, Lima on Sunday.

Trailing 0-2, Joel Eipe and Frederik Søgaard teamed up to win the men’s doubles match against Yonny Chung/Kuen Hon Lito in straight games (21-14, 21-16) keep their side alive in the tie, who was deciding about going home with a 7th or 8th place.

Mia Blichfeldt, the 2015 European Junior Champion, then levelled the match by defeating Ka Yan Fan 21-19, 21-13 in just 32 minutes. In the last and deciding game, Julie Dawall Jakobsen/Amalie Magelund Krogh won the women’s doubles match in a nervy affair. The Danes won 8-21, 21-19, 21-17 to win the match 3-2 and to secure the 7th place for Denmark at this World Junior Championships.

Click here for a photo gallery of the #WJTC15.

The Danes got all the attention on day three as they delivered an upset of this year’s Suhandinata Cup, beating number two seeds Korea 3-2 to top their group and advance to the quarter-finals versus Chinese Taipei (0-3).



Germany finish 12th, England 14th & The Netherlands 15th

Germany, who finished second in their group, lost to Singapore 2-3 today to reach the 12th place. After losing to Canada in the play-off stage (13-16) England reached the 14th place. The Netherlands (pictured) secured the 15th spot as they beat Spain, the current European Junior Team Champion, in a real battle 3-2.

France (pictured below) secured the 17th rank after they beat Sweden 3-0. While Turkey took 21st place, defeating Australia 3-0.



Defending champion China won their 10th World Junior Mixed Team Championships title as they beat Indonesia 3-0 in Sunday’s finals.

For all previous champions and medalists of the event click here.

The individual tournament of the Yonex World Junior Mixed Team Championships 2015 will kick-off on Tuesday.

The final #WJC15 ranking:

1. China
2. Indonesia
3. Taiwan
4. Japan
5. Malaysia
6. Thailand
7. Denmark
8. Hongkong
9. India
10. Korea
11. Singapore
12. Germany
13. Canada
14. England
15. The Netherlands
16. Spain
17. France
18. Sweden

19. USA
20. Peru
21. Turkey
22. Australia
23. Cuba
24. Guatemala
25. Hungary
26. Slovenia

27. Mexico
28. South Africa
29. New Zealand
30. Dominican Republic
31. Chile
32. El Salvador
33. Iceland
34. Italy

35. Macau
36. Costa Rica
37. Venezuela
38. Colombia
39. Guyana
40. Zambia

Click here for all results from Lima.

More information on the tournament can be found on the official event's website and on BWF's website.

Article by Manuel Rösler. Photos (LIVE) by BadmintonPhoto.
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