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Discussion in 'China Professional Players' started by seawell, Mar 12, 2006.
nice.....wow...u are so near to the court!!!when i was there..it was full
during their spring festival
need not so cool!!! hahaha! killing me mannnn!!!
is that pan pan on the left?
is that ZJH picture on lower left corner?
^^They sure are..^^
- That's certainly Pan Pan, unless she has a twin a sister (which of course she doesn't have)..
- That's ZJH, although from this view, he does resemble a bit like Alan Budikusuma..
any videos available?
may i know what racket is she using?
just look at those pics, who care what racket she's using
i was thinking more closer to Dong Jiong since alan budi never played for china
^^Off topic-Have you seen Alan BK's pics??..
..from that quite small view, he does resemble a bit like ZJH..(not whether ABK played or didn't play for CHN)..
How does Dong Jiong look like in a frontal profile??..
lets drop this subject, we're here to look at WL, SXW, WYH, etc
u try at the other thread la. but i cant open it. T.T
Interesting to compare the height of the three badminton stars. I figured WL and WYH are tall but seem like WYH is bit taller than I thought. Most surprisingly, WSX is much shorter than WL, let alone compare to WYH. I thought Team China only select tall women to play WS.
You forgot ... not that very long ago, there was a certain diminutive player by the name of Gong Zhicao .....
wang xin and JYJ are almost shorter than WL
So will China produce another 2 tall ws player to replace zhang ning and xie xing fang?
video of thier dance during spring festival....
lyb will produce winning WS players only
to all wang lin fans
here the album
for those who have fb
for those who didnt have fb