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Bao Chunlai vs Lin Dan

Discussion in 'German Open / All England / Swiss Open 2009' started by daunt, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. koo_fan

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    Let's leave that part.He'll fight like mad, using all possible moves he could.
    Then, throw away his racket.
     
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    I'm not sure what you mean... But what I guess from his statistics in the German Open so far is that BCL is not physically in good shape.

     
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    would it really matter as much if BCL doesn't win...you're all speculating that it's bad because in WC, he might be on the same half of the draw as LD or CJ...but it's bound to happen anyway...UNLESS BCL risks his injury and not even make it that far...I'd say he should rest up, and Let LD try to retain his points...it doesn't really make sense for LD to slide down to WR6 or 7, and CJ/BCL at around same place...They'll be split up, but have worse position, and might have tougher draws...I'd say go for Gold, have an insurance(CJ), and let your darkhorse do your scaring (BCL)...
     
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    From what I have seen at the GO, BCL will be horse meat at the AE. If LYB had any doubt on who to allow through to the next round, it's certain now BCL will be culled. There is no way he'll risk BCL crashing out in the round after he "beats" LD. Direct route to the final for LD, I say
     
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    LD doesn't concern about world ranking position anymore. He has the sponsorship, he has the titles, he doesnt need to prove himself anymore. Juggling the musical chair positions are for others to play.
     
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    In a sense true. He is big time that's for sure but there is a bigger guy above him. When the boss says jump, LD says how high. No two ways about it.
     
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    Great boss-reading!
     
  8. cooler

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    we all have a boss, or 2 or 3 of them. What i said still hold true. The fact is, when a non-chinese plays against a chinese pro player, he/she is playing against not only the chinese player but the china team as well lol. Nothing new here:p It seem some people hold 2 opposing views at the same time, depending which direction the air draft is blowing. From 1 angle some hated lyb for fixing matches and yet the same people liked to copy chinese military style of training and jealous how successful lyb has been. People ran out of things to say about LD, now mostly about make believe scenario, like throwing rackets and other fantasy things. If u count the posters on this thread, they are mostly boleh fans...Shouldn't they be making prediction or talking about how LCW would do instead?
     
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    yes its always interesting to see, but not in second round..:cool: it sounds really interesting in great SF or F battles:)
     
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    Well, that dubious match is now upon us. I'd bet my (continuously shrinking property value) house on LYB :cool: ... err LD ;).
     
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    I noticed that it wasn't LYB in the coach's seat with LD today..
     
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    well...lyb wont be seated there when the opponent is anup sridhar....:)
     
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    I thought Anup was surprisingly good. He also annoyed LD quite a bit, hehe.
     
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    trade ya house for my stocks?;)
     
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    Trade MY stocks for your house! ;)
     
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    sure he is good if not he wont able to beat cwf in qualify round....:p...hehe....
     
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    Nah.. Not all the players who appeared to be good who beaten CWF.
    Basically, the yoyo CWF can be beaten by any one at any time..
     
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    You do have a problem with CWF, don't you?
     
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    i dont think he is...just that CWF still did not show consistency in his game yet...if compared him with China players around his age...he still lack behind
     
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    100% agree.....................Mjs.....still very much behine.......to juniors from Chn, Ina, Den......and now India........:eek:...:(
     

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