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a race between 3 pairs

Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by limsy, Sep 18, 2010.

  1. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    Yes, that's a good idea. This should be a wise decision. For exposure as well..;) Sometimes their level just not suit for super series ranking. That's why they need to start in GP tournament first.:)
     
  2. Bugsy

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    And not forgetting GP Gold is good for getting valuable ranking points. With more points, rankings improve, seedings improve so that you don't have to meet the highly seeded players in the early rounds
     
  3. eaglehelang

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    LKW partnered Chooi Kah Ming in INA GP Gold in CPS's absense. Actually BAM can send the XD pairs(LKW plays XD with Lim Yin Loo) if they want,start from qualifying. But I suppose budget is an issue for Europe tourneys.
     
  4. limsy

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    u mean currently still doing well?
    or the past with those great names(tony gunawan.........)
    i cant see anyone can do the same nowdays
     
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    good progress on denmark open. well done. ;)
     
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    Dude, 2nd round only... don't talk so fast yet, later shock defeat today... :(
    I would only say its good progress if they force MB/CM to rubber games! :) High expectations for my favourite pair!
     
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    Its all about discipline. If they stick to it, am sure they will succeed. Just continue to work hard and be creative. ;)
     
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    Spot on, disciplines in their daily training, life and thinking. They will success !
     
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    Yes, if Mak/TAn can beat Boe/Morgensen today.....I will rate them better than GWS/TKS......

    If not, the race between 3 pairs still going on in a very tide range.....
     
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    Race, you mean? :)
    I dare say that CPS/LKW is still ahead now.
     
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    Sorry, typo.....shd be 'tight' ......pai-seh
     
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    This type of rivalry is good for the future of mens doubles. Let them slog it out. Also good to swap with each other to get the best combo. ;)
     
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    Its too bad for Mak/Tan to lost so tamely to Boe/Morgensen in QF.........

    So, till now the standing of these 3 pairs still stay like LKW/CPS > GWS/TKS > Mak/Tan ( just my oppinion )...

    Hope they can prove it in coming AG.....
     
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    Hmm, my opinion is
    CPS/LKW > Mak/TWK > GWS/TKS

    There are still several SS and the AG to come though, then at the end of the year all of us can share our opinions.

    But although I still keep faith in Mak/TWK, I am aware that their lack of self-confidence and mental strength has become a huge downside. If there is anything barring them to succeed, it should be that.
     
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    anyone found another lee yong dae in circuit until now?
     
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    Agree with you CPS/LKW > Mak/TWK > GWS/TKS ..in terms of performance in international circuit
     
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    Me agree with you : CPS/LKW, GWS/TKS, Mak/TWK....
    During AG, I hope the coaches field CPS with Mak for the Team event
     
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    Unfortunately for me it's a NO.;)
     
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    Waiting for our pairs to make a breakthrough, it's hard to find a LYD in a very long time..he just burst into the scene when he was just 19.
     
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    looks like mak/tan and goh/teo lost to the winner with the 2nd and 3rd highest score against the champion in DO 2010
    and also the 2nd and 3rd longest match against the winner
    but this doesn't fit what bcer demand
    hehe
     
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