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Macau Open: Let's gauge MAS back-up players' performance... BOLEH...!!!

Discussion in 'New Zealand Open / Macau Open / Chinese Taipei Ope' started by jimbo, Jul 26, 2010.

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  1. jimbo

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    Kwong Beng ready to face Chong Wei in Macau Open

    KUALA LUMPUR: Back-up men’s singles shuttler Chan Kwong Beng is looking forward to brushing shoulders with mentor Lee Chong Wei in the Macau Open, which starts tomorrow.

    Kwong Beng, the reigning Kedah Open champion, is likely take on top seed and defending champion Chong Wei in the second round.

    The Malaysian team, led by Chong Wei, left for Macau yesterday.

    The 22-year-old Kwong Beng admitted that it was a tough draw but he did not mind having to play against Chong Wei.

    “It is unfortunate that I may have to meet Chong Wei as early as in the second round and that the odds are against me. But it will be give me a chance to know where I stand against him this year,” he said.

    Kwong Beng played against Chong Wei in the final of the Pahang Open last year and went down without much of a fight.

    The outcome of the match showed the vast gulf in standard between Chong Wei and Kwong Beng.

    But Kwong Beng hopes to narrow the gap when they meet again in the Macau Open.

    I have improved in some areas of my game and, hopefully, I will be able to give Chong Wei a better fight this time,” he said.

    In the first round tomorrow, Kwong Beng should beat Taiwan’s Hao Hsu-jen while Chong Wei should not face any problems against a qualifier.
     
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    I like the title...but who are the BOLEH back-up??
     
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    FANG CHIEH MIN [5] LEE SHENG MU vs Wei Shem GOH Kok Siang TEO

    Songphon ANUGRITAYAWON Sudket PRAPAKAMOL vs Hee Chun MAK Wee Kiong TAN

    BOLEH... BOLEH... BOLEH...
     
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    'BOLEH' has been misunderstood by many BCers

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    IMHO, 'BOLEH' has been misunderstood by many BCers. :(:(:(

    Perhaps, we should start a simpler cheer like; 'Malaysia, Malaysia, Malaysia'. :):):)
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    Chun Seang TAN vs HSIEH YU HSING

    Kwong Beng CHAN vs HSU JEN HAO

    BOLEH... BOLEH... BOLEH...
     
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    amended the title. "boleh" does not mean Malaysia.
     
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    Many BCers have been calling Malaysians as Bolehians

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    Funny that you should say that.

    Many BCers have been calling Malaysians as Bolehians. :):):)
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    This is the one I am most interested in! BOLEH!!!
    Yes, this is the perfect platform to see how our backups fare against the other players. Especially Mak Hee Chun and Tan Wee Kiong!
     
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    is it?
    sad to say i have more fave playing for other country than malaysia
    just like when kenichi tago play lee chong wei
    my support is with kenichi tago
     
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    dont make a silly joke
     
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    Based on their performance in Kedah Open where they defeated Boleh senior/elite, I expect them to lift up their BOLEH expectations to win these matches... otherwise, sorry to say that ... errr... jaguh kampung?

    BOLEH... BOLEH... BOLEH...
     
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    lolx... just to entertain those BOLEH die-hard fans... lolx...
     
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    He is just highlighting the Malaysian pairs, no silly joke here. This is not his prediction... :D
    Anyway, I think GWS/TKS will lose, while Mak/TWK will win.
     
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    He is just highlighting the Malaysian pairs, no silly joke here. This is not his prediction... :D
    Anyway, I think GWS/TKS will lose, while Mak/TWK will win.




    I think even their seniors cannot beat Fang/Lee, but I agree with your expectations of Mak/TWK. Maybe upset happen? BOLEH!!! :D:D:D
     
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    Hehe, maybe we shouldn't entertain him. For some reason, his location has changed to Malaysia. And he is known for simply spewing false information himself. ;)
     
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    who?who?who?
    can pm me?
     
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    is a thread title, we should name it officially/respectfully/correctly. not just simply just post and hare cares....
    if it is a good call-sign, is okay. if one making fun of it, like not respecting, what will it becomes?
    how about SAM? "saya anak Malaysia"
     
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    I hope he can beat HJH of taiwan 1st in the 1st round;).. before thinking wanna meet his mentor;)
     
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    looks like we need 'Paul The Octopus' to predict each Malaysian Players' matches from day 1 to final day (if necessary) in Macau Open, and find out whether they can win or not... hahaha...
     
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    Too bad Paul is not expert in badminton... consult him also maybe no use...hahaha
     

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