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Best Left Hander

Discussion in 'Professional Players' started by Fook90, Sep 5, 2004.

  1. heavyn91

    heavyn91 Regular Member

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    there is another in men double now: tan boon heong!!
     
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    Lin Dan is clearly the best left handed MS player...not sure about MD...but TBH is good! ahaha
     
  3. JaCk™

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    Singles=LD
    Doubles=TBH
     
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    but u know we can slice both directions rite?:D
     
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    MD:TBH and MS:LD . Loves to see TBH take smash from opponent.
     
  6. heavyn91

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    me too love to see tbh smashing..
    n he has improved alot..
     
  7. cynthia

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    it's gotta be BAO CHUN LAI xian sheng.... :D:D:D:D
     
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    Bao ChunLai............hehehe Mr. Springcoming
     
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    yang yang (and because the posting need to be more than 15.......)
     
  10. JaCk™

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    Nice to see LD and BCL playing against each other because they are both very good lefthander
     
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    for malaysia player, i choose
    single = wong choong han
    doubles = chong tan fook and tan boon heong

    out of malaysia, i choose
    single = lin dan
    doubles = fu hai feng
     
  12. JaCk™

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    between CTF and TBH, i will choose TBH.. his reaction is faster and intercept shots really fast with his left hand..
     
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    Zhao Jianhua, Lin Dan, TBH, FHF, CTF...left handers bring pain to the game hehehe....lefty here.
     
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    As of right now, I agree that he is currently the best left-hander in singles...but for all time singles players, it must be Zhao Jianhua. His deception, power and placement were so amazingly accurate and devestating to his opponents. If Zhao Jianhua of the early 1990's were playing right now against LD, PG, TH, LCW, etc, I humbly think he would destroy them all in similar fashion he did with most of his opponents back then.
     
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    agree, Zhao Jian Hua is well known for his deception, while Lin Dan is very powerful in smash.
     
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    Im going to have to go with the player that is currently the best in the world which is LinDan, because he is the best player after all.
     
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    Winning all the timas doesn't mean he's the best plyr right?? Taufik matches him... And, soon, I think Andre Kurniawan Tedjono can too.. Although it'll take some time.. Chen Jin...?
     
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    in 1998, Zhao JH beat yang yang in MS final:)
     
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    Zhao Jianhua's on court speed is not necessarily slower than Lin Dan's. Personally I think he is even faster and technically superior compared to Lin Dan.

    Zhao Jianhua was also nicknamed by the media/players then as Zhao 'kaboom'. It pretty much tells you his offensive prowess. Zhao is always said to be a very deceptive player, but in my opinion I don't consider him as such.

    His technique is excellent, which makes his intentions hard to read/anticipate by his opponents. This aided by his superior court coverage skills and athleticism, he was able to place the shuttle in places considered impossible to most of the players.
     
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    Single - Zhao Jinhua
    Double - Fu Haifeng & Tan Bon Heong
     

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