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Let's follow Lee Chong Wei to the 2011 Malaysian National Circuit (Feb 18-21)

Discussion in '2011 Tournaments' started by chris-ccc, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. chris-ccc

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    Let's follow Lee Chong Wei to the 2011 Malaysian National Circuit (Feb 18-21)

    LCW's draw can be obtained in this tournamentsoftware link;
    http://bwfcontent.tournamentsoftwar...d=2D6E69D0-297E-445F-80AE-55EF4548A2C3&draw=1

    Let's see if LCW can continue with his current top form at this tournament and win it in 9th consecutive time.

    Now listing LCW's matches and scores played this year (2011);

    Super Series Masters Finals
    * 05-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Nguyen Tien Minh...........21-12, 21-17 (won in 34 mins)
    * 06-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Jan O Jorgensen.............21-13, 21-13 (won in 35 mins)
    * 07-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Peter Hoeg Gade [3/4]....21-14, 21-12 (won in 28 mins)
    * 08-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Boonsak Ponsana [3/4]...21-17, 21-18 (won in 43 mins)
    * 09-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Peter Hoeg Gade [3/4]....21-09, 21-14 (won in 43 mins)


    Malaysia Open Super Series
    * 19-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Tommy Sugiarto............21-17, 21-18 (won in 43 mins)
    * 20-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Hu Yun........................21-06, 21-09 (won in 23 mins)
    * 21-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Nguyen Tien Minh [8].....21-15, 21-16 (won in 40 mins)
    * 22-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Chen Long [3]...............21-09, 21-09 (won in 39 mins)
    * 23-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Taufik Hidayat [2]..........21-08, 21-17 (won in 37 mins)


    Korea Open Premier Super Series
    * 26-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Jan O Jorgensen......21-9, 18-21, 21-16 (won in 54 mins)
    * 27-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Park Sung Hwan..............21-14, 21-09 (won in 36 mins)
    * 28-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Wang Zhengming (Q).......21-14, 21-19 (won in 37 mins)
    * 29-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Du Pengyu......................21-10, 21-10 (won in 34 mins)
    * 30-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Lin Dan [6]...........19-21, 21-14, 16-21 (lost in 74 mins)
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    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    2011 Malaysian National Circuit tournament

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    Today's match just finished;

    Malaysian National Circuit
    * 18-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Loh Wei Sheng..............21-14, 21-10 (won in 30 mins)
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    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    The 2nd match (played in the evening) was won in shorter time

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    The 2nd match (played in the evening) was won in shorter time;

    Malaysian National Circuit
    * 18-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Kuan Kam Chung...........21-13, 21-15 (won in 29 mins)
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    I think u are in the wrong side of the forum. go to 2011 tournaments below;)
     
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    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    I think u are in the wrong side of the forum

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    I don't know what you are saying/meaning. :confused::confused::confused:

    This thread is to follow Lee Chong Wei at the 2011 Malaysian National Circuit tournament.
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    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    The 3rd match was won in even shorter time

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    The 3rd match was won in even shorter time;

    Malaysian National Circuit
    * 19-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Muhd Syawal Ismail.......21-08, 21-13 (won in 26 mins)
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    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    The 4th match was at the Semi-Finals

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    The 4th match (at the Semi-Finals);

    Malaysian National Circuit
    * 20-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Chong Wei Feng [3].......21-16, 21-19 (won in 46 mins)

    Chong Wei Feng did well (was quite close in Game 2) and extended LCW to a 46-minutes match.
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    2011 Malaysian National Circuit tournament: LCW just won

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    Quite an achievement for LCW. :):):)

    LCW has won the Mens Singles title of this tournament the 9th consecutive time.

    Malaysian National Circuit
    * 21-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Mohd Arif Abdul Latif.....21-15, 21-16 (won in 35 mins)
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    Listing LCW's matches and scores played this year (2011)

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    Now listing LCW's matches and scores played this year (2011);

    Super Series Masters Finals
    * 05-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Nguyen Tien Minh...........21-12, 21-17 (won in 34 mins)
    * 06-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Jan O Jorgensen.............21-13, 21-13 (won in 35 mins)
    * 07-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Peter Hoeg Gade [3/4]....21-14, 21-12 (won in 28 mins)
    * 08-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Boonsak Ponsana [3/4]...21-17, 21-18 (won in 43 mins)
    * 09-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Peter Hoeg Gade [3/4]....21-09, 21-14 (won in 43 mins)


    Malaysia Open Super Series
    * 19-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Tommy Sugiarto............21-17, 21-18 (won in 43 mins)
    * 20-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Hu Yun........................21-06, 21-09 (won in 23 mins)
    * 21-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Nguyen Tien Minh [8].....21-15, 21-16 (won in 40 mins)
    * 22-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Chen Long [3]...............21-09, 21-09 (won in 39 mins)
    * 23-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Taufik Hidayat [2]..........21-08, 21-17 (won in 37 mins)


    Korea Open Premier Super Series
    * 26-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Jan O Jorgensen......21-9, 18-21, 21-16 (won in 54 mins)
    * 27-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Park Sung Hwan..............21-14, 21-09 (won in 36 mins)
    * 28-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Wang Zhengming (Q).......21-14, 21-19 (won in 37 mins)
    * 29-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Du Pengyu......................21-10, 21-10 (won in 34 mins)
    * 30-Jan-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Lin Dan [6]...........19-21, 21-14, 16-21 (lost in 74 mins)


    Malaysian National Circuit
    * 18-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Loh Wei Sheng..............21-14, 21-10 (won in 30 mins)
    * 18-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Kuan Kam Chung...........21-13, 21-15 (won in 29 mins)
    * 19-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Muhd Syawal Ismail.......21-08, 21-13 (won in 26 mins)
    * 20-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Chong Wei Feng [3].......21-16, 21-19 (won in 46 mins)
    * 21-Feb-2011 Lee Chong Wei [1]-Mohd Arif Abdul Latif......21-15, 21-16 (won in 35 mins)
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    Is Chong Wei Feng the toughest local elite player to beat in view of the longer time duration to beat him? Or was LCW not playing that seriously as he did against MAAL?
     
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    Is Chong Wei Feng the toughest local elite player?

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    Chong Wei Feng did well (it was quite a close Game 2) and extended LCW to a 46-minutes match. But I did not get a chance to watch the match. Hope that BCers who watched the match would tell us.
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    I watched the men’s singles match of the National Circuit Grand Prix Finals at Kuala Terengganu between Lee Chong Wei and Mohd Arif Abdul Latif and I noted with concern the following:

    1. The service judge and linesmen were so, so; they have to upgrade.
    2. The prize money was way too paltry; it’s difficult to motivate the players and even more embarrassing for the winners/runners-up to hold the mock cheques; this was a Grand Prix Finals tournament for goodness sake.
    3. Mohd Arif Abdul Latif serves were faulty and were above the waist; the service judge did not call fault even once; MAAL would not have passed international scrutiny and Hendrawan should do something about his serves.
    4. The linesmen called in a few out hits which riled the spectators who made known their displeasure very vocally.
    The outstanding elite player has to be Chong Wei Feng who gave LCW a very good fight in the semi-final match. It is hoped that he gets more international exposure.


    :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
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    The Malaysian National Circuit tournament is organised for title only......

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    Thanks for your comments (from what you've seen).

    From what I think, the Malaysian National Circuit tournament is organised for title only.

    No surprise that the prize money is small and embarrassing. :eek::eek::eek:
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    Title or not, it's not dissimilar to a league such as the China and INA leagues where decent prize monies are at stake.
    The professionals take part and they should be rewarded accordingly.
    Why sweat it out when you can conserve your energy.
    The only big titles that are worth fighting for, are the OG, AG and World Championship tournaments.

    :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
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    fully agree with you...
    beside Malaysia Open Super Series and GP Gold..
    i think the National Final should be the next biggest tournament for badminton sport
    of coz some might say, we have some occassionally Satelites, Invitations or Challange
    but if we talked about yearly tourney, National Circuit is the highest for local..
    from what i read above, beside the money, the linesmen and service judge are also from questionable quality
    which is sad for badminton....furthermore there is no live from RTM...while football Malaysia got live almost
    every weekend....
     
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    It was shown live on Ch 801.
     
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    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    It's not dissimilar to a league such as the China and INA leagues......

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    Yes I agree. :):):)

    From what prize money that LCW earned from this event, LCW could have played in either of the CHN and INA leagues, to earn more.

    Perhaps, BAM couldn't get enough financial sponsors.

    But what has happened will shut up some BCers who think that LCW is only interested in playing to win BIG prize monies. :p:p:p
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    LCW will be playing in 2 matches this week in the INA league as a favor to his very good friend, TH.

    :D:D:D
     
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    hmm
    so u miss out a nice match
    i would say it was even better than ssmf or mo final
     
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    Lee Chong Wei held back at the beginning of both games, and gave CWF a lead until the interval (about 5 points lead) Then he stepped up the pace and went all out. CWF got stuck in the first game when LCW suddenly changed his pace and dropped many points before picking up towards the end but in the second he was able to respond well. I dare say that he has the best defense among all MAS shuttlers excluding LCW.

    Arif's match was pretty dull, as LCW played half pace throughout the whole match spare a few rallies.
     

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