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Kenneth Jonassen as new MS coach Badminton England

Discussion in 'Denmark Professional Players' started by cooler, Mar 9, 2010.

  1. jchan04

    jchan04 Regular Member

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    I agree, and soon let's hope that they commercialize the sport as well!

    Do you think Jonassen will make an impact?
     
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    I think KJ will make a HUGE impact on English singles players.
     
  3. Jaguar

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    Well, under his coaching Rajiv Ouseph won the US open.....
     
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    Yes he'll, the same manner TH's, Vita Marissa's or Kindrawan's independence from their federation (PBSI) is a sign that baddy players are becoming independent, like tennis players...
     
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    With all due respect, Ouseph only won, as their was no real challenge, as TH had to withdraw due to not having a visa in time. Had TH entered then he would have most likely won.
     
  6. Jaguar

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    True, different level
     
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    and now Raj beat Jan O J at worlds!
     
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    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    coach kenneth must have given raj a hell lot of good tips

    to beat joj

    i think raj never beaten him before

    good job kenneth
     
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    Yes at the end of the match he had the smile of a satisfied guy :)
     
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    ..so, let's see, next up for Rajiv Ouseph in this yr's WC is DLCW..hmm, will Kenneth work his magic with Rajiv to beat DLCW, whom Rajiv has never beaten before??..
     
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    ..well, what happened this time to Rajiv?? losing 21-9, 21-9..i thought coach Kenneth would give a lot of good tips to him??..:confused:
     
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    LCW was in total dominance in that match;)..
     
  13. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    right, total dominance

    even the commentator did mentioned a one way street

    that probably could be raj could not settle down

    even though his coach did try his best to help him

    he could have played better and there were some shots

    from him really caught lcw - anticipated lcw smash with a cross court net return

    and the deceptive forehand down the line chop ...

    actually this guy has the skill but not the movement speed yet

    lets see how coach kenneth guide him in the next couple of months

    the experience raj had is a good one and some of us should have experienced that

    its like hearing the instructions but the mind isn't working
     
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    ..ohh, so it's up to the player, this case LCW's total dominance, instead of the coach Kenneth giving "good tips"...

    The way i look at it, it's gonna be mostly up to the players to decide the outcome. Forget abt this coach or that coach giving good tips. Yes, between JOJ and Rajiv, receiving "good tips" might work to an extent as both players are about the same level. But it'll always come down to the players themselves (the skill level of the opponent, how prepared the opponent is, how experienced the opponent is). IMO, coaches or their "good tips" only play 1/3 of the result. The skill level and how ready the player is, physically and mentally, will decide the outcome.
     
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    nobody here said that the match between raj and lcw would be the same as raj and joj

    that is, with coach kenneth around.....

    i think its only you, ctjcad asking whether that would helps

    i am sure you knew the answer before they play.

    credit still goes to coach kenneth for the raj/joj match
     
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    coach kenneth was around between LCW vs. Rajiv match...why different result?...:confused:
    credit goes to coach kenneth for the RO vs. JOJ match but how much? 50%?, 33%? 75%?..
    i'd say credit goes more to Rajiv and partly to JOJ for playing below his standard...coach Kenneth gets 1/3 of the credit, in my book..
     
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    why different result?

    i am very surprise for a question like that

    i hope somebody here can answer you that
     
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    yes, please, someone else help answer that..:cool:
     
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    Would we expect anything less than total dominance? LCW is number 1 and way above Raj standard.

    You are right Raj skill is above average for his level, but his speed/agility is below average for his level. If this can improve he will get better results.

    Really? 1/3 of result down to coach? If I had good coach ith good tips then I would be able to beat a lot better players? I think the coaches job on sidelines should be mainly confidence boosting. Coaches main role is in the training court techncally, mentally during the game.

    I wouldn't expect KJ to be making any ENG players up to LCW level - if he does he will be a genius coach, but I doubt he will. KJ can't be judged on 1 performace agains JOJ...
     
  20. pBmMalaysia

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    yes, lcw's standard is above that of raj

    if only raj could have steady himself he could have got more points instead

    as for kenneth helping raj against joj, his tips were important

    you all forgot they are from the same kampong (village)!
     

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