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Joachim Persson

Discussion in 'Denmark Professional Players' started by yannie, May 10, 2006.

  1. demolidor

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    Anybody knows what kind of knee injury Joachim suffered exactly? Although his talent always shines through, it seems as if he still can't play really pain free.
     
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    he is not the most talented player i've seen...he moves around with difficulty...not sure if its injury or not...
     
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    ^It must be. It looks way too awkward sometimes.

    Of course he is not the most talented mover, but still a few years ago his all around skills seem to be very promising IMO (Number 6 in the world!).
     
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    Glad to see badminton ever so popular in Denmark and the crowd so enthusiastic and supportive. Danish badminton is in good hands since the time of the great Morten Frost (or earlier?),then the great Peter Gade and will continue to be bright into the future. Oh, I should mention the ladies too, Camilla Martin and Tine Baun.:)
     
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    yes but then it's like he just lost the momentum...since then he lost to numerous very very low ranked players...even today...of course everyone first noticed him when he beat Kuan Beng Hong in the Thomas Cup semis when Malaysia and Denmark tied 2-2...he brought Denmark into the final
     
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    http://www.badzine.net/features/the-million-kroner-bet/27078/

    The Million Kroner bet, with the world championships recently concluded it looks like Michael Kjeldsen's money was safe.
    Was a nice idea, shame injury affected JPs progression. Would have been good to see him still up there with his peers HKV and Jan Jorgensen
     
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