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KIM Ha Na

Discussion in 'Korea Professional Players' started by xiaobunny, Jul 17, 2011.

  1. lilmizsara

    lilmizsara Regular Member

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    Totally agreed. She isn't that fast or sharp or dangerous in general. In my opinion, in XD, the woman makes a lot of difference. Kim doesn't i feel, and Ko usually has to cover a lot for her. She also made so many mistakes in the Sudirman cup final XD.
     
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    I like Kim Ha Na. Together with Jung Kyung Eun they could definitely be members of a Kpop band. They look tall, glamorous and elegant. I agree with you all though that she really is a bit too skinny. Makes me a bit worried.
     
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    Winning the AUS Open XD last week with KSH, she was actually quite on top of her game. Front and defence play was excellent, and I just don't know how she manages to get so much power out of those scrawny arms.
     
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    A very nice and respectable player with good manners.

    At first she seemed somewhat cold and scary when I first met her in 2012.

    But these days, maybe since her injury earlier in the year she seems to be smiling a lot and becoming more expressive on-court from what I've observed at the AUS Open.


    But yea, what still amazes me is how she can smash pretty hard with a MX80 with those arms of hers. Next time I should ask her how she does it lol
     
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    Anyone knows what's the racket she's using for sudirman cup this year?
     
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    hx800........
     
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    Not that it really matters when she's unable to get into play
     
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    Haha true that!
     
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    She was not able to perform in the Sudirman Cup XD Semi Final.. :(
     
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    She's been off since day 1 of e tournament against the Malaysians
     
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    If I were Korea, I'd put my hopes in Shin Seung Chan and Choi Hye In.
     

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