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Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo

Discussion in 'Indonesia Professional Players' started by badMania, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. funbound

    funbound Regular Member

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    Who is KSS playing with in Indonesia master?
     
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    the fat Wahyu Nayaka A., cause Gideon and Ade who are the original partners are injured
     
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    KSS does it again this weekend with unbelievable comeback Victories in QF & SF, WOW!!
     
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    One of my favorite players.. No. 1 in the world now wow
     
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    Can someone give a rough translation / explanation about what is going on with his serves???
    Players seems to complain about something in it and I can't pin point what.
     
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    Hi there,
    So to paraphrase:
    Coach Aryono (starts from 0.40): "Kevin has a good service indeed, but he also has trick to deceive his opponent. But sometimes the umpire knows about his trickery and anticipates him beforehand. The trick is to hold the ball -the racquet- backwards, and then he lifted it."
    Kevin (starts from 1.10): "It's how you read the situation, such as the opponent's position or if they (the opponent) are eager to move quickly or not. Sometimes you get used to see things like that and are able to know what's happening. So we make use of that."
     
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