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Let Guess Wang Xiaoli partner after Yu Yang Retired

Discussion in 'China Professional Players' started by iSeVeN_Ultimate, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. iSeVeN_Ultimate

    iSeVeN_Ultimate Regular Member

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    Yu Yang, the double star of china was retired. the question is who will fill her position to be with Wang Xiaoli ?
    her old partner, Ma Jin or another new youngstar....
    please free to discuss...
     
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    Ligend in mixed doubles
     
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    iSeVeN_Ultimate Regular Member

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    what is Ligend???
    is a name of badminton player?
     
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    iSeVeN_Ultimate Regular Member

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    oh... i know,
    he is Li Yongbo's son
    so, you guys mean that Wang Xiaoli is moved to Mixed Doubles???
    i think is not a good idea because China now has 2 top XD....
     
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    I'd say throw in Bao Yixin. I know she already has a partner, but I'm curious as to how it'd work out.
     
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    Yu Yang not officially retired , the one that can decide whether she can retired is China Badminton Association
     
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    Yu Yang should be persuaded to come back,she announced her retirement in haste and out of frustration, an over-reaction.
     
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    I will say Ma Jin, as her previous partnership with WXL is pretty successful. However, I bet the management may not agree, as if so, both MJ and ZYL will be tired out in 2 events, which is a big risk, consider they are the top 2 in MXD.
     
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    ya... but if she is not retired, it can be a "moral weight" for her...
    Bao Yixin is pretty good player but she is already has partner and they performace is increasing in this period.
    agree...
    Ma Jin and Wang Xiaoli is a good combination but it's depend on Ma Jin's stamina and CBA.
     
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    If that so , then Lets see WXL plays womens single then
    hahahha
     
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    LOL china has enough "wangs" to compete in women single already... if add another wang then other countries no need to send representative for women single category... :rolleyes:
     
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    yeah...
    they surely doesn't know about moral situation being disqualified...
    hahaha...
    WXL's stamina not too good for playing single.
     
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    Why should Yu Yang retire? She made that announcement immediately after the Olympic fiasco in haste and folly, in my opinion.

    What KBA and PBSI did are their own business, more to punish or shift the blame to the hapless players for their Olympians' failure to achieve their hoped-for Olympic targets than anything else - completely unnecessary,redundant,uncalled-for as the players were already heavily punished by disqualification and the attendant ignominy. Why should CBA follow suit?

    Anyway, let's put the whole saga to rest, look forward and move on though I hasten to add BWF has yet to shoulder their share of the blame.

    So, welcome back Yu Yang and wish you many happy returns. See you in the DEN Open and in your winning ways again.
     
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    i think i will get 100% marks
    yu yang!haha
     
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    so did both of them retired?
     
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    And...... *drum rolls* they're back!!!
     
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    CONCLUSION: no change of partner, no retiring and still continue play as a top pair and gunning for the 2016 OG gold medal with no more 'nonsense' whatsoever..
     
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    ya, they look serious this time after suffering the olympic incident.. other pairs from around the world, including china team better watch out!!! no playing games this time, its gonna be serious now
     

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