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Discussion in 'World Championships 2011' started by AlanY, Jul 27, 2011.
mods, please ..........
# title changed.
Good shout - my money is on Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng if they continue to play as they have been this year. Would like to see Lee Yong Dae/Jung Jae Sung win it though.
Hhahaha, your thread is much more 'clearer' than my 1 post in one of the other threads
LDRules! is not a mod, but he created the sticky poll for MS. I guess anyone can create a sticky poll?
its like u open a thread and mod add the poll into it and made it sticky
we are just leaving the best to the last...
Ah, the mods are teasing the masses. When demand exceeds supply, it becomes a mods market
ya ya ya MD poll please
Yup, the hardest one to predict and surely most exiciting to watch
i think mods should just create one but not allow members to vote yet...let the members discuss, banter, argue all night and day first..
Even if the poll is created, I wouldn't know who to vote for (at this moment). But probably, I shall go for Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan .
I would vote for Cai Yun/Fu Haifeng or JJS/LYD. Hard to pick, had the same choice last year but picked JJS/LYD. Who knew that they lost to KKK/TBH.
patience is a virtue... Good things come to those who wait... Etc etc
I create the thread, the mods provide the sticky and the poll simple
Hope that Markis Kido/ Hendra Setiawan still in the list
poll is up. now, make your selection for the fast and furious champion of this year.
Let me be the first for LYD/JJS.
Surprised by the fact that still no one vote for Lee/Jung and Kido/Setiawan pairs. They are formidable winners at all circuits. Cai/Fu's tactics do improve lately, relying less on brutal force and worth optimism of fans. Koo/Tan is always a forefront hot favorite but their lack of determination and perhaps stamina in the rubber game costs them dearly. I like to watch the fluidity of the Hashimoto/Hirata pair but have to wait and see if the pair can improve a level up to match the endurance and speed of the previously mentioned 4 habitual winners.