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Tan Boon Heong (MYS) & Hendra Setiawan (IDN)

Discussion in 'Professional Players' started by mrdeception, Dec 6, 2016.

  1. visor

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    Not allow CY to play with Boe when Mo was ill for a while.
     
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    Best part of it all?

    They pulled the entry without notifying Cai Yun. Its until they went to check and double confirm did they realise they got pulled.

    LOL. China.



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    YYS is still in KBA team. Do you mean LYD?
     
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    so it is official. TBH is going to be his partner? I hope both of them best of luck. TBH and HS need to keep the play short and fast before both of them running of breath in 3rd set.
     
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    true that! Why can't badminton be more like Tennis?
     
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    Can Cai Yun retire from CBA for good so he can play with anybody if he still wants to? Isn't he no longer playing? Is he a coach?
     
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    They're probably counting on the new 5x11 game to keep games short.
     
  8. esppy

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    One by one okay?

    If he gets out of CBA, he still needs CBA to register him as a player for BWF ranking events if he wants to play independent. He can however, play as many leagues or public appearances as he wants to now that he's not under/obligated by CBA to play as a national team player.

    Cai Yun's playing in the CBSL 2016/17 season right now. Under Jiangsu's team.
     
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    TBH still have a ambition to be World Champion so he hope with HS that dream come true.

    Yes, it is official news from both side already made a confirmation about that.

    All England and MAS SSP will be their first and second trial. It should be very interesting to see HS/TBH versus GVS/TWK. HS/TBH versus Kevin/Gideon, HS/TBH versus Boe/Mogensen, HS/TBH versus Chai/Hong and HS/TBH versus Kamura/Sonoda.

    All established MD will be their new challanges.
     
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    I post on the wrong thread lol.
     
  11. badlove

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    http://www.juara.net/read/raket/bul...ri.saya.mau.melatih.hendra..dan.tan.ban.heong

    Rexy more than willing if offered to coach Hendra and Tan. Rexy's behind Tan/Koo becoming world number one when he's with Malaysia for 7 years and Rexy's behind Hendra's success in getting 2 World Champions 2013, 2015.

    " They are very experienced . This will be a deadly combination and opponents should watch out for them. I think they can become world number one in one dan a half year, not 2 years like what Hendra targeted".

    Rexy to coach Hendra and Tan?
     
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    Rexy has been offered to coach Thailand badminton team. He haven't accept it though.

    http://www.republika.co.id/berita/o...3-rexy-mainaky-dipinang-jadi-pelatih-thailand

    anyways, can't wait for this combination of TBH/HS in action..
     
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    will be an exciting 2017 then..hopefully they will performing well and you imagine both Malaysian and Indonesian will cheer for them.. :D
     
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    Yes, no matter they play at Malaysia or Indonesia, they will have fans cheering for them.
     
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    This is unprecedented and can only help generate more interest in the sport.
     
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    my immediate reaction was... hendra has teeth? bwahahahahaha!
     
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    sponsors have nothing to do with it.

    the administrative process is for pbsi/bam filing the proper entry paperwork with the tournament organizer & bwf for each given bwf tournament. without it the tournament organizer is not allowed to let them play. bwf will also withdraw the player. yonex/apacs have zero influence.
     
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    i sure hope so! they will be an exciting pair to watch and not an easy win for any of the top 5 teams.
     
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    it's a money issue. very few players can afford their own expenses. why? prize money is small relative to the other individual sports we all watch.

    training costs, travel [air, taxi, hotel, food], coaches salary & expenses...

    without gov't money backing the major teams the badminton circuit would not exist. without cba, there is no lin dan. without bam, there is no lee chong-wei. you get the point...
     
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    frankly, a lot of players are unaware of the rules. seriously. as a member of a major nat'l team you don't have any reason to know those kind of technicalities. they find out towards the end of their careers, or when they get kicked off or suspended from their nat'l team.

    2 scenario's exist today:
    1. major federations with $ and a 'centralized' system (cba, kba, bam, pbsi, nba, denmark) tell their players which tournaments they will enter (ic, gp, gpg, ss, ssp), so the federation takes care of everything. the players have no idea what paperwork or rules are involved.
    2. minor federations w/ little to zero funding like usa badminton & badminton canada: the players choose their own path and pay all of their own expenses. they tell their federation which tournaments they will enter, so they know the process (rule) is that you have to enter through your federation. basically the federation exists merely to handle your paperwork :rolleyes:.
    the badminton association of india pays for and coddles their top players, but the lower players pay their own way. the paperwork from india tends to be unorganized, chaotic and arrive at different times for different players. often times the players have no idea what is going on. they'll ask me if they're entered and who, if anyone, paid for their hotel... ha!

    i'm not surprised cai yun was unaware of the rule. i wonder if he was ready to pay his own expenses?
     
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