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Hafiz Hashim lost to back-up player

Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by skchen, May 28, 2009.

  1. skchen

    skchen Regular Member

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    Hafiz Hashim has done it again. He has just sufferred a shock defeat to Liew Darren, a back-up player in the Pahang Open 2nd round. The unpredictable Liew Darren went on to lose another back-up player Chan Kwong Beng in the QF.
    Such is the situation in Malaysia where inconsistency is so consistent with regards to both the senior and back-up players except for a few players.
    Needless to say it will be very dificult for Malaysia to win team events.
    I just hope that Hendrawan can do something to rectify the situation.



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    yeah. fire him.
     
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    What's the big deal? We all just saw LD lost to CL.

     
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    <yawn> And one of the back up, CKB beat uncle Roslin Hashim in straight sets to reach finals. CKB will of course be vs LCW.
     
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    I'm sure it's been done to give the backup players some moral encouragement.
     
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    Isn't HH is now a backup player anyway?
     
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    he lost to liew daren also,last year gp national final:rolleyes:
    not a big deal.
     
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    everyone has bad days lol get over it and praise the younger players for pulling off a good achievement. After all they are the future of the sport.
     
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    no big deal at all though.
    not a surprise for me.
     
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    Dont make a fuss on these stuffs. Why dont we give praises for those who did well instead of focus on the negatives?

    " Daren Liew made impact or something "...
     
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    No one is being negative on Liew Darren.
    We are saying he is not consistent.
    One day he can beat a senior player and the next he loses to a junior who is not even considered for selection to senior ranking.
    This is the MBA's dilemma. Susah lah!


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    he lost to someone that have beaten hafiz brother and enter final,still have problem?:rolleyes:
     
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    Or one can say he caught some of Hafiz's yoyo bug :p. Anyway, it's not new, not surprising. One back-up is up, the other down, or stagnant, like taking turns. This time is CKB's turn to shine ;)

    We shall see in International tourneys if they can still maintain.
     
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    Is HH on the down hill slope...? or the Back up( LDR) on the up hill trend...?

    I personally hope it was ...LDR on the up hill trend and to beat players like HH, RH and KBH some more in future! As for HH i dont really care...!
     
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    Exactly,.......Helang, same here.:D.....sometimes quite frustrating......right..? :(
     
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    LCW beat CKB as expected. He toyed with the back-up player and won 21-11, 21-19.
    In the 2nd game, CKB led at 6-2 and 18-16 and yet CKB could'nt stretch LCW for a rubber game.
    LCW said that his priority is on the international tournaments and the Pahang Open was a good warm-up for the Singapore Open in June.

    :D:D:D:D:D:D

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    perhaps Lee C W should consider skipping local tournament...but i doubt it
     
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    The organizers want LCW to participate because without him the attendace would be so-so and it would not be good for badminton.
    The situation will only change if there is a real fight from the other players who must buck up now that they have an additional coach in the person of Hendrawan, a former world champion.


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    It's compulsory for all BAM players to participate in Proton sponsored tourneys, unless they can give good reason - injury, illness. As you know, Proton is one of the main sponsors of BAM players.
     

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