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How to beat Lin Dan?

Discussion in 'Professional Players' started by pBmMalaysia, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. AlanY

    AlanY Regular Member

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    i cant remember LCW lost to LD twice in a row, can you?
     
  2. limsy

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    let see
    the head to head is 13-6
    how posible that lcw doesnt lost to lindan twice in a row?:eek:
    he lost to lindan 3 times in a row(from og 08 to ae 09) before he won in swiss open
    right?
     
  3. AlanY

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    ok. what i meant was back-to-back tournaments.
     
  4. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    how u beat a person in a row if u didnt meet him?:confused:
    it is imposible,right?
    u need to meet him before u can beat him

    and usually lindan wont participate in back to back tournament
    and when he participate,he usually lost the 2nd tournament,not the 1st or both;)
     
  5. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    then probably chj is history! very sad for an upcoming player, mind you beaten ld in straight sets!
    anyway, i saw the vid playing with ld but ld was just tired maybe training was too short and too tough or something else, he wasn't himself!:D:D
     
  6. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    what about the indonesian players - th or sdk, are they capable of creating upsets, knocking ld on the floor, probably in the quarter final?
    what would the draw be, anyone can predict?
     
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    come back down to earth lah. Wait until the draw is out before asking if th or sdk could touch ld lah.
     
  8. OneToughBirdie

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    Of course, anything can happen. But history is on LD side. The bigger the tournament and a major nonetheless, LD proves a winner and that is a fact and the truth hurts, I think. SDK or SS (not TH), in my opinion, would be tougher for LCW to handle than for LD, both a quiet, slowly-creeping-behind-you-type of dark horses. If anyone is to place a bet on AE10 with their brain (not cheap talk), really who would they bet to win? I think this time the odds for both players are quite even, assuming they meet in the final, but it will come down to mental strategy.
    If you replay AE09, LCW could have won the 1st set but he smacked the birds into the net, and the next thing as you know happened, LCW confidence seemed deflated and the game was quickly over after that. Therefore, until the last point is played, you have not beaten LD yet. That is why I said, if LD played like in EAG, he would not make it past the QF. The real LD shows up in AE, I would not bet against him, if real $$$ is used.
     
  9. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    ok, meanwhile it's nice here...it's cooler!

    and shall i pray here first, th breaks his rhythm then sdk burst his lungs, pg nose bleed him and finally lcw finishes him off?;)

    no lah, i am not that bad person, i just hope they meet in the final and i can use the clip for coaching!:D:D
     
  10. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    even if i am confidence of ld to win a.e.10, i will still bet on lcw if bet can be 70 cent to the dollar! :D(lcw wins i win full dollar, lcw lost i lost 70 cent)
     
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  11. Jonc108

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    I won't be surprised if LCW win his major at AE10, even if he beat LD...

    I mean, although I still reckon LD is the best, LCW still could manage to win him once or twice a year, albeit still the fewer one in H2H... and he should (and deserve) ONE DAY win a major, just when...
     
  12. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    agree with you - if ld is serious in his training and cut back a lot of his money making business it will be very hard for lcw to thrash him.

    but looking at his age with his style of play, last few months results and those outside badminton 'life' i am quite sure lcw has a chance!:D:D
     
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    Yada yada yada, let see u PAW lcw over LD in the next AE PAW contest.:p
     
  14. george@chongwei

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    i can't recall pbm mas or jonc play the paw games:D
     
  15. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    i have been snooping around asking questions and ....he..he.. i may have something! remember ld commented on his non participation in the last 2 ss? and if he really go for the training, the kind of training only suitable for him then lcw maybe in trouble. this ld, like i said is one of a kind if he commits to himself in terms of training he can make a comeback like before.. cooler hope you are happy to hear this! but there are a lot of ifs..
     
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    I would, if there is a LD VS LCW match :p:p. You know very well those 2 BCers dont play PAW Games ;)
     
  17. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    paw game? what the hell is that?:confused:
     
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    that was my point, they should go play PAW instead giving us chances of lcw vs LD. It reminds me of those insurance commercials mocking insurance statisticans quoting endlessly chances likes:
    1. there is a 0.006% chance to get bitten by a crab on a beach
    2. there is a 0.01% that biker would fall off his bike riding thru an intersection
    3. then they saw a man riding on an ostrich running along the street, one asked, what is the chance of that?? 100% is the answer
     
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  20. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    cooler, there goes your rough edges..thought so long we are following the thread.... and what's this crab, bike and ostrich stuff doing here?

    have a beer and have a cool beer!


    thanks but i didn't really finish going through, any stake $$$$ playing this paw?;)
     

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