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JJS/LYD - Road to the WR #1

Discussion in 'Korea Professional Players' started by narnia, Dec 22, 2008.

  1. undeadshot

    undeadshot Regular Member

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    Good luck to JJS/LYD! :)
    If they win the Chinese Taipei title and beating a KKK/TBH who tried their best, the only opponent I can think of them for the WC is CY/FHF provided that they are in top form.
     
  2. jasonmarc

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    So sorry for LYD/JJS after trying so hard in AG, even beat CY/FHF twice but endup a bronze medal again after AG Doha 2006.

    In 2006 they also lost to INA pair in SF to Luluk/Alvent....and took a bronze.
     
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    lyd have 2 more ag to go
     
  4. badMania

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    The statistics have doubled now.
    4 in a row victory over Fu/Cai....but 2 in a row losses to Kido/Hendra.
     
  5. extremenanopowe

    extremenanopowe Regular Member

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    Their bogey man is Kido. So need to work harder to beat them. Shift the focus away from china. ;)
     
  6. george@chongwei

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    yes, kido/setiawan always play wisely with this pair. Tactical play. The koreans have no chance to smash at all in that match.
     
  7. undeadshot

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    Ko Sung Hyun/Yoo Yeon Seong would be good sparring partners to keep them on their toes. Make sure they don't forget about other pairs besides CY/FHF.
     
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    like i said, if tc is happening now, korea could win it. ;) put psh in 3rd singles. lol. ;) Too bad, time is not on their side. ;)
     
  9. Bugsy

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    HS is controlling the front very well, good reader of their game. LYD /JJS need to play a patient game rather than an all out attack.,,just as with CY/FHF
     
  10. KB@TB Em

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    Where to find good pictures of LYD/JJS?!

    I´m searching for good pictures of LYD/JJS esp. while playing / in action...
    There probably threads with pictures of them, but i´m too lazy to search atm :-D
     
  11. aril79

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    after a very long wait....finally :)

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    and take note that JUNG is now CHUNG
    maybe it's the correct pronunciation i guess
     
  12. bakulaw

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    thanks to the Indonesia Open win!
     
  13. Mark A

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    Apparently "j" and "ch" have different characters in Hangul, and Jung's name definitely begins with the "j" one. He was called "Chung" in Beijing, IIRC.

    I think we need to hear him say it, really:).
     
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    in korea,it is jung
    in chinese,it is zheng,same surname with zheng bo
     
  15. event

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    There are many different Chinese characters for all of the spellings. For the pronunciation of Jung's name (정), my web browser gives me 55 different characters. 청 has only 8, though. The Korean gov't's official romanization method puts Jung's name as 'Jeong', since the gov't uses 'Jung' for 중, as in the first character in China(中), plus 3 other characters, though the BKA would normally spell that one unambiguously as 'joong', as they do for the name of the BWF president and the former national team head coach.

    The reason for the 'ch' is that, while his name is closest to the first syllable in the English word 'jungle', the initial consonant is actually only semi-voiced and is slightly aspirated, making it about halfway between the English 'ch' and 'j'. Indeed, older transliteration methods spelled Jung's name with the 'ch' and for the sound resembling the English 'ch', they used an apostrophe to signify the aspiration, as in the city name Ch'ŏngju, now spelled Cheongju.

    As for the BWF change to 'Chung', it may be a temporary error, as when they suddenly switched Ratchanok Intanon's name around last spring, or when they started misspelling Shin Baek Cheol as Shin Baek 'Choel'. I didn't know 'Chung' was used at Beijing but it was at the Guangzhou Asian Games.

    The BWF actually has a renegade ID for his alternate spelling. It was used last fall, temporarily denying Jung/Lee the top seed position in the first Korea GPG M&Q list.
     
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    Listen for yourself here.
     
  17. george@chongwei

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    I think it is spelled as JUNG..Just look at his playing badminton shirt..
    Btw, i also noticed that Lee yong dae changed his name on his shirt from Lee Y D to Lee Y. Any specific reason for this?
     
  18. SolsticeOfLight

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    Yong Dae isn't necessarily two words. It's two syllables which are represented by two Hangul symbols. If Yong Dae is one word, then Y. Makes as much sense as Y.D. Might need a korean specialist to look in to his name :p
     
  19. event

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    Yes, that is how the BKA has been spelling his name, at least since 2003 or so. All the famous Jung's before him had a 'ch', though, for the same name: Chung So Young, Chung Myung Hee, Chung Jae Hee.
    The specific reason is a decision to standardize across all sports on the Olympic team. It does make sense in a way to use just one initial. Just as I believe it is in Chinese, none of those characters are like an English middle name that can be dropped, so 'Yongdae' is his entire given name.
     
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    To clarify matters

    Courtesy from The Star :

    To clarify matters :

    Name change, but Jae-sung still the same old player

    KUALA LUMPUR: A slight change in the spelling of his name, a new status in the world rankings.

    Watch out for South Korea’s Chung Jae-sung.

    No, he is not a new shuttler. The Badminton World Federation (BWF) confirmed yesterday that men’s doubles player Jung Jae-sung will now be officially known as Chung Jae-sung.

    And Jae-sung now intends to soar high in his last Olympic Games in London with his younger partner Lee Yong-dae.

    The Korean BA had requested the world body to change his family name to Chung because that is how it is spelt in his passport.

    BWF Superseries marketing manager Selvam Subramaniam said: “We changed it following a request from the Korean BA. This is how his name appears on the passport and this was the name submitted to the London Olympic Games organisers.”

    The change of name also coincided with Jae-sung-Yong-dae regaining the world No. 1 spot in the world rankings after more than two years.

    Jae-sung-Yong-dae moved up to the world No. 1 spot after winning the Indonesia Open three weeks ago. It was Jae-sung’s first tournament in three months and second after the All-England in March.

    He has been down with a shoulder injury but a three-month rest has done wonders to the stocky 29-year-old shuttler.

    Based on his form and seriousness in changing his name after so many years, expect Jae-sung to go all out to end his six-year partnership with with Yong-dae with an Olympic gold.

    This will probably be his last chance as Yong-dae is likely have a new partner after the London Games.
     

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