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Chinese Taipei GP Gold 2012 2th-7th October.

Discussion in 'Japan / Indonesia / Chinese Taipei Open 2012' started by limsy, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. forest

    forest Regular Member

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    The win for this veteran KRLC MD pair really embarrass BAM MD pairs ! Despite so many coaches , much better facilities, so many world junior champion pairs but they are hardly even enter the final for a small tournament for more than 2 years already !
     
  2. limsy

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    me too.

    usd 2000 per month and bonus of one title usd 500,then i am available.
     
  3. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    congrats tai tzu ying to won her career 3rd title!!!
    it was tough and tight!
    well done to win 5 points in a row from 17-20 down.
     
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    yeah I agree , ryan played so bad.
     
  5. Justin L

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    Good showing by Lindaweni showing she's improved significantly and benefited the most under Liang Chiu Shia's coaching. Way to go! There's light at the end of the tunnel for INA WS, and it's not only Lindaweni.
     
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    omg you right limsy ;)

    You know exactly what happened to Ina players

    Hello pbsi, limsy is here available...
     
  8. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    dont tease tease,hehe:p
     
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    I just wonder what will happened if LCS, Verawati and Susi Susanti join forces to coach ina ws :p

    Maybe someone can pursuade Susi to leave her businees for a while and back to badminton arena :p
     
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    Dont it be look glamourous if we see Zhang Ning on the side Chn bench and Susi on Ina's...:p

    Just like old times....
     
  11. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Chou TC put up a much better fight in G2 and for a moment I thought he's going to force a rubber but it wasn't to be as the irrepressible Viet warrior again made his vast experience count in the end.

    Amusingly, it's the first time I've seen the loser took off his shirt immediately after the match as if in celebration, shouldn't it be the winner's prerogative?:p And look at all the tapes on the young CTC's body (aches all over?). Anyway,he's not a bad player.
     
  12. fathonezic

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    can you give the link ?
    i can not find any news about coaching staff rumour in bolanews... only a news that said PBSI will give young coach more priority
     
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    Congratulations to Tai Tzu Ying for her Yonex Chinese Taipei Open 2012 badminton tournament win.
    This win is on the back of her Japan Open SS win two weeks ago.
    This young Chinese Taipeh player is definitely a player to watch and will no doubt win more titles.
    Nguyen Tien Minh won his 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] title for the year whilst Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif/Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari their 1[SUP]st[/SUP] beating their respective opponents, Chou Tien Chen and Angga Pratama/Ryan Agung Saputra in straight games.

    The Indonesians did well in the tournament with representation in four final matches and winning the mixed and women’s doubles titles. However, their men’s seeded singles players did not perform to expectations, bowing out in the early rounds.

    Chong Wei Feng showed that he is still one level below players like Nguyen Tien Minh and no doubt the Malaysian coaches will have to do something about his staying power in court.
     
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    I don't think Susi Susanti can perform wonders. She can improve the players but sadly, any INA WS over 20 yrs old right now are way too far below the standard of Chinese WS players(current world best)

    More development for the junior WS players, with many opportunity to play against overseas players. Then, wait for a few more years for them to be able to match the world best.

    But good step that now more and more ex players are willing to contribute. It shows that they have hope in the current PBSI.
     
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    Yeah, I hope this is turning point for Linda to be consistent next time. She was too close to secure top prize but Tai TY mental strength denied it...
     
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    Very nicely done, Fuzzy pair! :)
     
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    Thought you are still unemployed. Don't be too demanding. As an apprentice, you should offer your services for free to BAM.
     
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    honestly and seriously
    i have 2 jobs now and one of it is earning MSN(majlis sukan malaysia) allowance.
    but nothing to do with badminton,haha
     

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