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Jonas' amazing shot in the China Open final

Discussion in 'Jonas Rasmussen Forum' started by kwun, Nov 19, 2003.

  1. paulchow

    paulchow Regular Member

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    hehe, i have that match on video, the whole thing is awesome to watch--my favourite dbles game for entertainment value. :) you're awesome jr! :D
     
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    no. only in flash format. the link above has moved, i placed it in:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/vids/gude.swf
     
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    thanks kwun :)


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    wow that was cool
    an amzin shot with a dance to match ;)

    nice 1 JR
     
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    amazing shotS!!!!
    great save and return!


    but honestly, that is the most homosexual dance I've ever seen. I'm conflicted. The saves were great...but the dance is not helping anyone think that badminton isn't a 'pansy' sport haha :)
     
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    you should learn how to crypt walk or pop walk or moon walk or break dance next time. seriously if you like did some crazy shot then busted out some crazy break dancing i would wet my pants b/c i would be laughing so hard, but at the same time it would be cool:cool:
     
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    i like to see you say that to a 250 lbs football player in his face after he score a touchdown and does that girly dance. :rolleyes:
     
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    yes thats a great shot.. but i'm not impressed with the dancing either,and i dont mean his style ... that type of showboating is lame.

    u'd never get away with that in canada, thats the difference between us and europeans.


    + Don Cherry wouldn't allow it lol :D
     
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    i don't think football players or girls would be caught dead dancing like that. :p
     
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    ... i would not say stuff about dat dance.. JR.. if u can do it ur allowed 2 do a dance like dat :p.. congratz dat was awesome
     
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    Awsome

    A great shot and a dance to match. Keep it up.:)
     
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    Thank you again!!

    I´m really impressed that this old thread keeps popping up. Thank you for the kind words!!

    Maybe I should take up break dancing like that black guy dancing in the clip just above :D :D

    Nice to see so many new names in my forum. Welcome!!!

    Kind Regards

    Jonas
     
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    If you really do that in the match, I am positive that you will make to the headline of IBF's website :D:D

    Title will be something like, "Badminton has entered a new era!" :rolleyes:
     
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    nice shot JR :)
     
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    Hi JR!

    That's was a lovely save. Many Filipinos would admire you for that classic return. Maybe you could show us how you do it when you visit us here in the Philippines.

    Great smashin! :)
     
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    I can see it now:
    instead of the NBA's slam dunk contest, there will be a badminton "diving save" contest

    and you should be the first to do the "no-look-360-spin-between-the-legs-diving-save"! :)

    good luck to you in the future! hope to see more great saves
     
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    Of course!!

    I actually made one more of this kind in the Thomas Cup final against Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng.

    It was a very important save because they had gamepoint in the first set at 16-16!!

    Have anyone seen it??

    Kind Regards

    Jonas
     
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    Of course!!!! :D How could we miss it? ;)
     

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