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Wang Xin ( 汪鑫 )

Discussion in 'China Professional Players' started by suetyan, Jul 5, 2009.

  1. suetyan

    suetyan Regular Member

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    Hehe... seems like no one has created a thread for Wang Xin. Let me start this thread :D I think currently Chen Long is the male giant killer whereas Wang Xin is the female giant killer (Wang Xin bt XXF, ZM, WC, LL, WYH before) :D I am going out to play badminton now, after back then I'll continue to talk about Wang Xin :D
     
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    suetyan Regular Member

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    Name: Wang Xin

    Place of birth: Liaoning

    Date of birth: 10 November 1985

    Height: 166cm

    Weight: 55kg

    Personality: Optimistic, extrovert

    Hobby: music, movie, shopping

    Best performance:

    National Championship 2006 - Team event (first runner up); Individual event (first runner up)

    National Championship 2007 - Team event (second runner up); Individual event (first runner up)

    National Championship 2008 - Team event (first runner up); Individual event )second runner up)

    Malaysia Grand Prix Gold 2009 - first runner up

    Philipphines Open 2009 - Winner
     
  3. george@chongwei

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    looks like wang xin impressed you this time, eh suetyan?:)
    yeah, she looks so happy after she beat ZM for the PO title just now:)
     
  4. suetyan

    suetyan Regular Member

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    oh really? I didn't watch the match just now, I missed that moment :crying: But I am downloading the match now :D
     
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    though she's a late starter in international tournaments but stills she's a good player
     
  6. suetyan

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    it's never too late :)
     
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    although my friends and i were cheering for Zhou Mi during the finals, i have to give credit to this feisty talented girl. everyone in the stadium were supporting Zhou Mi yet she was able to stand her ground in that deciding set. that's why during the awarding rites, it's just rightful that she get a big round of applause. congratulations Wang Xin!
     
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    I wonder..

    ..why she hasn't appeared in many tourneys. From what i saw from her match vs. Zhou Mi (in this yr's Philippines Open), she really has a very solid game despite her shorter height. Very sound footwork and smart in her game.
    Hope to see her more in future tourneys.
     
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    I watched a replay of the Malaysian GP women singles final between Wang Xin and Wang Shixian and the Chinese commentators pointed out that Wang Xin is the main squad and Wang Shixian is in the backup team. Is this correct?
     
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    Yes, suetyan had pointed this out elsewhere :)

    Here it is:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1199592&postcount=81
     
  11. george@chongwei

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    yes, i think during a competition to promote to the 1st team..wsx came in 3rd and WX from the province team beat several national players in the 1st team and the coach was quite impressed with her and she manage to get in to the 1st team without going in the 2nd team:eek:! that was quite extraordinary though..am i right, suetyan?:D
     
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    yes, you are right. Why you become so smart suddenly? :D:p
     
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    Ahem, it looks like george has been following your posts :rolleyes:
     
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    She should be getting "priority" from LYB since she comes from the same "kampung" (hometown) with LYB & ZN. :rolleyes:
     
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    For Li Yongbo, 'winning' is the only priority.
    He couldn't care less about the origins of any player :p
     
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    a great boost to Wang X ..........:):) more honours for her hopefully..
     
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    at first i thought she is CHN junior player..thats why i'm shocked when she beat ZM..then i know that she was 24..older than LL..

    btw..do u guys have any pics of her?
     
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    Wang Xin's pic

    2 pics of her....
     

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    It seems Wang Xin was at Tokyo's DisneySea :)
    Here's that hotdog stand under the train station.
     

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