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Malaysia Badminton results discussion

Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by nokh88, Jun 29, 2017.

  1. nokh88

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    The next one should be LZJ. He showed promises but will the late match affect him.
     
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    He have played well in the previous matches but still unpredictable.
    Should he avoid the usually disastrous second set, I am sure he can win.
     
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    this week having CELCOM AXIATA Malaysia International Series 2017 held in Putrajaya, a lot of MAS players took part this tournament, let's see whether they manage to play well and reach at least finals...
     
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    Last year, all finals have Malaysian players with three title wins.
    I hope MS/WS players can do well, especially the promising youngsters.
     
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    K. Letshanaa, touted as potentially another talented WS player like Goh Jin Wei by the local news, is participating in this tournament.
    A good showing will be more useful for her this time although she is quite young and less experienced.
     
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    Lee Jii Zia beat Soo Teck Zhi 21-14, 21-12.
    LJZ has improved tremendously since last year. He is one of the next MAS star.
    STZ, I don't know what is hindering his performance since 2013 but he is going lower and lower each year, losing to tamely to his own junior.
     
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    Cheam June Wei and Tan Jia Wei slowly yet steadily regaining form. The former was the top shuttler in junior world before succumbing to injuries.
     
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    As to make it more easier to discuss.
     
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    S. Kisona did well to upset Lim Yin Fun [2] and compatriot M. Thinaah to reach WS final.
    She is doing better than her senior even though still young.
     
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    Lee Ying Ying [1] also managed to reach the final despite trailing in most of her matches from the early rounds.
    She still need to overcome her "slow warm-up" phase if she want to do better.
     
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    The scratch pair of Chen/Soh is encouraging as they managed to upset higher ranked INA pair to reach SF.
    Still, I don't know which pair the coach will go, Chen/Man or Chen/Soh.
     
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    Kisona looks like an indian.
     
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    Yes, she is. Both S. Kisona and M. Thinaah is indian.
    As you know, we have Malay, Chinese, India and more here.
     
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    Cheam June Wei is going strong, beating promising Lee Zii Jia in straight sets to compete in the MS final.
    A good sign, perhaps?
     
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    Soong/Tee advanced to their second tournament finals, after clinching Victor International Challenge.
     
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    Quite a good result by the youngsters, having at least one representative in every sector, except for XD.
     
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    well, Cheam June Wei likely want his ranking up into top 100...
     
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    Cheam June wei just best of Lee Zii Jia, while Tan Jia Wei unable to overcome ex-malaysian turned singaporean Loh Kean Yew...
     
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    Malaysian MS players usually are trapped in rank 100-150 limbo.
     
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    At the end of MAS IC, three title for MAS, a title for SGP and INA.
    - S. Kisona beat top seed Lee Ying Ying.
    - Soong/Tee grab their second title.
    - Lee/Lim beat Chen/Soh in tight match.
    - Cheam June Wei lost the match against Loh Kean Yew despite leading 18-13,
    - INA XD beat hopeful IND pair.
     

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