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All England

Discussion in 'Thomas Laybourn Forum' started by Laybourn, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. Laybourn

    Laybourn Regular Member

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    Now the All England is about to start, and my preparations has been very very bad. I have been strugling with injuries and has also been sick the last week. So all in all i´m not at my best at the moment, but hopefully we can play some good matches after all.

    The first round against India is very tough, they play pretty good, so we will prepare good for the match and do our best under the circumstances.

    Regards
    Thomas:D
     
  2. limsy

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    all the best for u laybourn
    i was cheering for u in malaysia open final but too bad T.T
     
  3. Fidget

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    Mr. Laybourn,

    Thank you for posting your thoughts and feelings on the verge of a big tournament. This is wonderful stuff for we who live vicariously through you professionals. :)

    Despite your bad luck in preparation, we hope you go for broke and have a good tournament. Best of luck!
     
  4. Dreamzz

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    yeah, good luck mate. i'll be rooting for you unless you meet malaysian opposition, which is pretty unlikely in the XD event!
    :)
     
  5. Cheung

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    All the best Thomas. Sorry to hear things haven't gone well. Life is like that sometimes and we have to recognise that there's not much we can do at the time except be patient and keep trying.
     
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    We won today, an i personally are very very happy with the win. We played very well the whole match and my body was good after all my injuries and sickness, so it was so nice to be on court today to "kick ass". Tomorrow is England wich we beat the last couple of times, so i think and hope we will do it again...:eek:)

    Over and out...

    Thomas
     
  7. george@chongwei

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    hey thomas, keep it going!

    Kick ass the english team:D..hehehehe
     
  8. Laybourn

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    A bit disappointed with our loss today, but we can´t expect more with our preperations with only 2 sets in practice in 5 weeks. We hadn´t the speed we usually have, so it was to much struggle today, and the english pair used our weeknesses and played really good. Back home to train and look forward and improve our fitness and speed...

    We will be back..:eek:)
     
  9. limsy

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    looking forward on ur swiss debut
    all the best:)
     
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    Swiss Open debut??..

    ..what do you mean Swiss debut for Mr. Laybourn??..:confused:
     
  11. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    huh?am i using wrong word or mr laybourn wont play in swiss open?
     
  12. ctjcad

    ctjcad Regular Member

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    what does the word debut mean??..
    and have you checked the 2009 Swiss Open SS XD Draw??..
    :confused:
     
  13. danielwong

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    debut mean first time appearance ler
    meaning Mr. Laybourn playing in Swiss Open for the first time
     
  14. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    oh
    okok
    sorry ya
    am doing my final asignment now
    no time to check
    sorry:crying:
     
  15. ctjcad

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    ;)..maybe you meant: it's his debut in this yr's Swiss Open SS..but then, that applies for everyone else who will be competing..;)
     
  16. george@chongwei

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    I see the english pair was applying the tactic that won't let u smash them.. keep playing low ball..

    anyway, u had a great game.

    btw, could u please tell us more about your t-shirt? and the sponsor..etc?:D
     

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