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Who is the best Ws player in history?

Discussion in 'Professional Players' started by seawell, Nov 20, 2005.

  1. seawell

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    1:susi susanti

    2:li lingwei

    3:ye zhaoying

    4:han aiping

    5:zhang ning

    6:gong zhichao

    7:Bang Soo Hyun

    8:gong ruina
     
  2. Morten

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    I would pick Camilla Martin over Gong ruina... Both have done well winning major tournaments and WC.. But camilla also achieved a silver medal in 2000 and was single european to challenge the chinese wall, sometimes succesfully defeating 4 chinese in a row like she did when she won AE 2002
     
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    Susi Susanti vs Camilla Martin
    16:0

    Susi Susanti Vs Ye Zhaoying
    20:11

    Susi Susanti vs Zhang Ning
    4:1

    Susi Susanti vs Gong ZhiChao
    4:3

    Susi Susanti vs Gong Ruina
    1:1 (Susi is 10 years older, so different era)

    Susi Susanti vs Bang Soo Hyun
    19:6

    as for Li Ling Wei and Han Ai Ping, i have no idea
    someone correct me if i am wrong
     
  4. DinkAlot

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    I don't know much about the past but Zhang Ning has to be the best in the last few years. :D
     
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  5. seawell

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    Lingwei LI 2 - 0 Susi SUSANTI


    Year Tournament & Nation Round Winner Score
    1989 All England 1989
    ENGLAND Gold Medal Final LI 11-8 11-4
    1989 Japan Open 1989 (I)
    JAPAN Quarter-Finals LI 11-7 11-6

    Aiping HAN 1 - 1 Susi SUSANTI



    Year Tournament & Nation Round Winner Score

    Year Tournament & Nation Round Winner Score
    1989 Grand Prix Finals 1989 (IR)
    SINGAPORE TEAM HAN 12-10 11-12 11-5
    1989 World Cup 1989 (IR)
    P. R. OF CHINA TEAM SUSANTI 5-11 4-11
     
  6. seawell

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    8: tang jiuhng ,Tang over Camilla Martin .She won WC,AE,WORLD CUP & World grand prix finals!
     
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    and mia audina ?!!! :confused: :confused:
    she's maybe the most talented palyer !! she was in the OG final at 16 y.o ! and was in the national team around 12 13
     
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    got this result from http://www.worldbadminton.net/Portal/desktopmodules/player_head.asp?firstname1=Susi&lastname1=SUSANTI&firstname2=Aiping&lastname2=HAN
    after my second search (1st time was 1:1)

    Susi Susanti vs Han Ai Ping
    2:1

    which is correct?
     
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  9. seawell

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    Susi SUSANTI 2 - 1 Aiping HAN
    INA National Authority CHN
    11 Feb 1971 Date of Birth
    Tasik Malaya Place of Birth -
    162 Height 0
    - Weight -
    Right Right/Left Handed Right


    Year Tournament & Nation Round Winner Score
    1995 SEA Games 1995 (I)
    THAILAND Quarter-Finals SUSANTI 11-3 11-1

    Team Tournaments
    Year Tournament & Nation Round Winner Score
    1989 Grand Prix Finals 1989 (IR)
    SINGAPORE TEAM HAN 10-12 12-11 5-11
    1989 World Cup 1989 (IR)
    P. R. OF CHINA TEAM SUSANTI 11-5 11-4


    1995 SEA Games 1995 ?Han retire in 1989!
     
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    Susi Susanti is the best for me! :cool:

    Gong Ruina shouldn't be in the list, Mia Audina and Camilla Martin deserve it more than her...
     
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    Susi Susanti is the best overall, no doubt, just look at her records.

    Mia Audina may be the most naturally gifted player ever. Didn't she play represent Indonesia against China when she was 13?

    Camilla Martin is the best ever European player.

    If I had to pick a player with the most courage and determination, it would be Gong Zhichao.
     
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    Gong Ruina Won WC and AE open ,mia can't!
     
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    gong was former # 1 in 2003,2004,mia can't!

    http://www.worldbadminton.net/Porta...ankdd=27&rankmm=5&rankyy=2004&categorycode=WS

    http://www.worldbadminton.net/Porta...rankdd=2&rankmm=1&rankyy=2003&categorycode=WS



    Ruina GONG 5 - 3 Mia AUDINA TJIPTAWAN ~
    :D :D :D

    Year Tournament & Nation Round Winner Score
    2005 YONEX ALL ENGLAND OPEN 2005
    ENGLAND 1/16 AUDINA TJIPTAWAN ~ 7-11 5-11
    2004 OLYMPIC GAMES 2004
    GREECE Semi-Finals AUDINA TJIPTAWAN ~ 4-11 2-11
    2004 YONEX OPEN JAPAN 2004
    JAPAN Gold Medal Final AUDINA TJIPTAWAN ~ 11-7 7-11 7-11
    2004 YONEX ALL ENGLAND OPEN 2004
    ENGLAND Semi-Finals GONG 11-7 11-3
    2004 SWISS OPEN 2004
    SWITZERLAND Gold Medal Final GONG 13-11 11-0
    2002 China Open 2002
    P. R. OF CHINA Semi-Finals GONG 11-5 11-8
    2001 World Championships 2001 (I)
    SPAIN Quarter-Finals GONG 6-11 11-8 11-8
    2001 All England Open 2001 (I)
    ENGLAND 1/16 GONG 10-13 11-6 13-10
     
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    No offence to Gong Ruina but her career was much too short IMO to deserve to be in this list.
    Her career was too short to actually mark "History".

    Mia Audina's career is much more amazing to me, same about Camilla Martin.

    This being said Gong Ruina at her best was obviously a really really good player.
     
  16. LazyBuddy

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    My pick will go to Susi Susanti for her overall performance. Gong Zhichao is also my favorite choice, but seems her career (peak) is a bit too short. :rolleyes:
     
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    Man, you guys really do not know your badminton history :p

    Look up the titles won by Judy Devlin.

    She was talented because she also won titles in doubles.
     
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    I don't, so that's why I'm asking. :D
     
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    Mmm.

    Seems like everyone is just hitting on their favs :p. Correct me if I'm wrong!
     
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    Not me, I'm just stating a fact (at least I think). ZN has been in the Final of every tourney she's played in the last 2 years, except 2 or 3 (I think). :D
     

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