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Will Lee Chong Wei win the 2013 World Championship?

Discussion in 'World Championship 2013' started by kwun, Mar 29, 2013.

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Will Lee Chong Wei win the 2013 World Championship?

  1. Yes, Lee Chong Wei will win!

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  2. No, he will lose.

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  1. HHXIONG

    HHXIONG Regular Member

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    Dont forget that LCW has a greater opponent to beat before he advances to quarter final.
     
  2. ahchu5

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    fully agreed ..1 LCW vs 4 player from CHN....
     
  3. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    Guys don't feed the troll :D he has nothing constructive to post but start trouble here. Later when the heat is on, he'll sit back and enjoy :D
     
  4. nokh88

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    If LCW loses along the way, the title will be CL's.
     
  5. ahchu5

    ahchu5 Regular Member

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    as a fan ....we should respect both of them (LCW+Lin Dan). the contribution n & the spirit in badminton....if LCW & Lin Dan retire I believe badminton sport will become boring...not competitive at all...at the champion will go to MR LONG
     
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    How come the mods havent close this poll?
     
  7. nokh88

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    ...because he is still in the competition.
     
  8. markuswair

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    LCW would encounter the first real challenge tom. Hayom has forced him to rubber game once, and he never lost with massive deficit.
     
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    I had been predicting in the past that LCW would win the title but....I was wrong each and every single time.
     
  10. senior888

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    Hayom is a dangerous opponent these days and seems to have improved tremendously since Rexy
    took over. He reminds me of Hafiz - tall, skillful but inconsistent - an upset not impossible.
    LCW must try to win in straight sets.
     
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    He lost to him quite badly in Sudirman Cup 2011. But seems that Rumbaka is in good form...
     
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    I can't remember when Hayom was able to force Lee CW to rubber game. But I do remember he lost very badly in the quarter final of All England 2012 9-21, 11-21.

    But seeing what he has achieved in the last IOSSP, hopefully he can give his best against Lee CW today.
     
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    He already beat him once, but it's not showing up in statistics. I can remember Gillian Clark commentating on that in the Sudirman Cup match.
     
  14. T-maker

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    Hayom lost it late in the game... almost did it...:(
     
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    If dont mistake, he did in Axiata Cup last year
     
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    If dont mistake, he did in Axiata Cup last year
     
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    i was really worry that when LCW lost the first set to Rumbaka. but props to Rumbaka, very good form, if he had lasted a bit more he could have beaten LCW, in my opinion. but glad to see LCW making past Rumbaka!
     
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    Next Olympics Rumbaka and Tommy Sugiarto will be strong contenders with Chen
    Long established as world no 1.
    Hopefully Malaysias Zulfadli and CWF will be up there as well.
     
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    Can he win the WC? The answer will be reveal at 5pm Guangzhou local time.
     
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    that's too long.... its better just to wait for the results to come out.....
     

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