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Guess who?

Discussion in 'Professional Players' started by blckknght, Dec 29, 2005.

  1. blckknght

    blckknght Regular Member

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    This one will be a little trickier than my last one, but my last one was super easy. Anybody know?
     

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    blckknght Regular Member

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    sorry about the other post without the picture. This one is the real gues who! the other one was really hard... no picture for a clue:)
    G
     
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    Andy Chong...

    need to be much more difficult than this to satisfy the BC crowd... ;)
     
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    yup..he is andy ..met his couple years ago ...played card with him during the tournament ( the one in hayward )
     
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    is he a profesional player???? :confused:
     
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    that racket is stiff as wet noodles.

    yup, andy chong.
    Need to be much much more challenging ;)
     
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    Looks like it was taken during one of Andy's clinics.

    Now, is the racquet naturally that way (to demostrate a certain stroke) or ???
     
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    you all are too good... kwun, gotta give some other people a chance!

    He's a former professional, played for Malaysia in the 80's. he has fantastic deception and he's an excellent coach.
    Gregory
     
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    Andy must have a very strong wrist for the racket to bend like that. I like it! :p :D
     
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    WOW, the way that thing bends :eek:
    any idea what he's using?
     
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    blckknght Regular Member

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    man, someone already posted it too:)
    i didn't get any explanation with that picture, he just randomly sent it to me
     
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    hehe..i wish i could do the same to an at700! :D
     
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    That racket looked like a rubber!
     
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    i think it is not racquet ..it is person..i believe u can do that with ur YY racquet too...if u hv strong wrist and finger power like andy

    i remember i saw some double pic when a guy was doing a jump smash ... i can see the racquet bend backward tooo:eek: :eek: :eek:
     
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    absolutely, that's exactly what i meant. in fact, i don't have an at700! :)
     
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    Oh, I was just commenting about the strong wrist. I actually play with a few people that can flex the racket like that. It's actually not that hard.

    Also, if you are using a flexible racket, just about anyone can do it. :p
     

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