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Chinese Juniors

Discussion in 'China Professional Players' started by tommy_bun, Apr 24, 2007.

  1. winnie

    winnie Regular Member

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    cos there r more than enough good players in china team.. it is not easy to squeeze into the national team.. i mean team A
     
  2. LazyBuddy

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    There were tons of junior champs, city game champs or even national champs that most of us never heard about. Why? Because they have way too much talent. The CHN players all admit that the toughest match is not really the OG or WC or TC/UC/SC, it's the "internal mathces". ;)
     
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    Well.. In that is the case.. I feel sad for the Juniors in China .. Coz they needs to play some waiting games for dethroning the current bunch of players from their NAtional Team A. 3 years.. or mayb 5-8 years??
    By the times.. Most of the athletes would have to gives it up and continues their studies..
     
  4. LazyBuddy

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    Most of them will give up? Yes, consider the depth of the pool and other factors, such as education or health issues.

    However, they do get chances in daily trainings and "internal" competitions. Actually, a good % of the "internal" matches level are even higher than the SS, WC or even OG. So, if they do shine, they will given a chance to be in the national team (might not team I directly). Getting in is not easy, but do-able. How to improve further and survive the cut, it's tough. :cool:
     
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    DU Pengyu participated in the China Masters, has also entered the second round of men's singles. He will have many opportunities!
     
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    Malay players can speak mandarin ah???
     
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    most understands a little.. i don't think they can speak mandarin unless they mix with mandarin-speaking players a lot..
     
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    I saw wong pei ty talked to saman ismail during their rehearsal at ina ss,but I couldnt hear it cleary what language they used,maybe mandarin
     
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    i'm pretty sure it's malay.. if wpt talked with ismail..

    if lcw talks with wmc = hokkien or cantonese
    if lcw talks with hafiz = malay

    if lcw talks with cai yun = mandarin
    if lcw talks with fu haifeng = cantonese (cuz fu is from guangdong, china)
    if lcw talks with taufik = malay

    if lcw talks with peter gade = english
     
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    He talked to me in english also:p:p
    what about with tan boen heong and koo kean keat talk to xie zhongbo/guo zhen dong,I saw them talking too
     
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    tbh/kkk talk with xzb/gzd? sure in mandarin.. hehehe..
     
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    Yeah they talk in Mandarin.
     
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    wew chen long is cute.....
    how old is he?
     
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    Actually KKK is very good in English.. But TBH is not:D:D
     
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    Haha same as me, from Xiamen as well! :cool::cool:
    Fujian and South China produce all the good Chinese players :p like Lin Dan, CH, ZJH etc :cool:
     
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    he is jz 18 ;):cool:
     
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    who else is from fujian?
     
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    Any pic of Li Tian and Chai Biao?????
     
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    ma jin right? pan pan isn't she?
     

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