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what happened to kien keat n boon heong

Discussion in 'Dutch Open / Denmark Open / French Open 2007' started by kkkfans, Nov 2, 2007.

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  1. kkkfans

    kkkfans Regular Member

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    why they can lose to japan player again?
     
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    Probably a combination of tiredness and lack of composure at critical moments. At least they went down fighting.
     
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    maybe Japanese players are the one can restrain them from winning any title anymore in this year :p WC and now French Open, two times being beaten by Japanese ;)
     
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    Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    I cannot wait until the next these 2 pair meeting again


    must

    REVENGE
     
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    JINX ON MD PAIRS
    kkk/tbh keeps on losing to japanese pairs
    (park joo bong has found a way to beat MAS top pair)

    lww/ctf keeps on losing to unknown pairs
    (underestimate unknown pairs)

    mk/hs keeps on losing to kkk/tbh
    (haven't found a way to stop kkk, maybe they should call PJB)

    cy/fhf keeps on losing to old pairs
    (they have respect for old men):D:D:D

    what's wrong with all of them???
     
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    nothings happened to them...
    it's just a time for them to lose...:D
    sometimes it's no good if alwayz being a winner...
    up n down...:)
    just wait for the next tournement n it must be REVENGE....:)


    kkk-tbh n all malaysians player....
    i'll alwayz behind u guyz no matter what...!!!;)
     
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    can we call it KARMA:confused::D
     
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    They r still not good enough yet. Still hv much more to learn.
     
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    一物一物. There is always one thing to conquer another; everything has its vanquisher. :)
     
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    no doubt...!!!
    but now ther r tremendous...:)
     
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    or mayb Koo not yet recover yet
     
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    it could be one of the reasons...:)
     
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    Koo and TBH played well yesterday. But The Japanese was better and faster than them. Speed was the answer and the Msian pair couldnt cope with the Japanese in the final stages. There were many errors as well. The Japanese pair was able to answer back every shot that was aimed to them by KKK/TBH.
    Its was unfortunate that Koo/Tan lost. But i guess Park JB had the answer for his players on how to play them. It was a close game.. anyway its a good consolation that Koo and Tan won in Denmark. And all credit to the Japanese pair and Coach Park.
     
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    Park & Tan KH certainly were the ex MAS coaches which know our players very well... Koo/Tan must improve on their game... Too many unforced errors, even though during the games which they've won, the stats of their errors was abit too much.. I noticed that Koo/Tan smashes were not as sharp before :rolleyes: Hopes you or fastdrop or anyone in the stadium could elaborate...
     
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    Tan smashes have "chau sui" a little. Maybe he still have some slight shoulder problem which he had since before the WC. But please dont make this a big issue. However TBH has been performing well in other aspects of his game. Koo is still good at the net.. but can be improved. There is also some draft in the stadium where the players had some slight miscalculation.
     
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    oooooo....
    pity boon heong...:(
    hope his shoulder get well soon...:)
     
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    this is just another day of competition....give them a rest, n roar higher in next tourny
     
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    Hope KKK/TBH wont be too dejected by the loss. There is much more to be improve to be a top pair.
     
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    Winning and losing is all part of the game. No matter how good you are, someone is bound to be better than you on any given day. I think it's just a matter of fact that the Japanese pair are probably having a better day than Koo/Tan yesterday and unfortunately they had ways to overcome the Malaysian pair. Maybe Koo/Tan was underperforming, who knows?

    Koo/Tan may be world #1 - but they ARE still, a pair that has been playing together for slightly over a year. AND not to mention that they are young and not as experienced as most pairs - in terms of both age and playing time. There's still loads for them to learn and there's still loads of room of improvement. I think this setback is not a huge one for them - but they do need to overcome the psychological factor in playing against Japanese pairs in the future. As long as they don't it bother them too much, they can always bounce back...and I'm sure they will.
     
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    yup...
    this is not the end...:)
    they still have the power but unfortunately luck was'nt with them yesterday...
     
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