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Chan-Chew

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Sonnie, Mar 23, 2002.

  1. Sonnie

    Sonnie Guest

    Chan Chong Ming-Chew Choon Eng will likely be seeded no 2 in Korean Open and Japan Open, based on their latest world ranking. But will they live up to expectations?
     
  2. Brian

    Brian Guest

    i doubt so.
     
  3. nauknip

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    The Koreans are back. Nothing will come easy anymore, not even for the Indonesians, less say Chan/Chew. Moreover, you're talking about the Korean Open here.

    These 2 tournaments will be really exciting esp the Japan Open cos they're the last tounaments before the TC Finals. You can expect a lot of speculation after that.

    Nevertheless, it'll be GREAT if CHAN/Chew can win their first title!!! =)
    Go Chan Chong Ming!!
     
  4. Indo

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    Chan/Chew has imporoved a lot. My friend saw them in action in Melbourne. They humbled all their opponents, including the Korean and the top Thai pairs.
     
  5. willie

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    Bear in mind who their coach is, and they'll keep improving under his guidance.
     
  6. nauknip

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    Ha/Kim is a stronger pair than Lee/Yoo, or at the very least, more consistent. I'm not saying CHAN/Chew aren't good. May I be struck by lightning if I had thought that way. Of course I wish for them to win, better still if they win BOTH, but who's to say for certain who'll win? It'll be a great fight between all the top pairs.

    Perhaps it's good to have such an open field once again. For a long period last year, people always expected all-INA finals and most of the time it turned out to be so. Gradually, it was taken for granted that one of the top 2 INA pairs would win so long as they took part, then came Tony's retirement.......

    GO INA!!!! if they still wish to defend the T-Cup...
    oh btw, most coaches will decide upon the TC/UC lineup judging from the players' performances in these 2 opens.
     
  7. Jafryin

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    They have improved a lot esp under the guidance of Pak Joo Bong....very talented and what they need is just more exposure . They need also to win any major tournament to boost up their level of confidence.
     
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