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Your best friend, JR

Discussion in 'Jonas Rasmussen Forum' started by weeyet, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. weeyet

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    Hi Jonas, since playing on international stage, I think you've got some good friends through badminton..

    So who is your good/best friends(other countries players) whom you keep in touch with?? I'm very interested to know... from Europe and Asia.... for example, Wong Choong Hann is close to some players from hong kong and they will treat each other when visiting their countries... So, I would like to know about your story...

    Thanks.:):):)
     
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    i wanted to know this too, in tennis. justine henin and the french girls are very close. while the russians just stick to the russians.
     
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    Justin Henin Hardenne is form the south part of Belgium, where they speak French.
    That's probably the reason why she's hanging out with the French players ;)
     
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    its always nice to have friends from other countries who play the same sport...:D :D :D but how to they keep in touch?? like through the phone?? e-mail?? or they only meet up when they visit each other's counteries??:confused: :confused: :rolleyes:
     
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    Tennis tour players play tournaments every other week if not every week. They probably see the same set of people quite often.
     
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    friends

    Wong Choon Hann, Chen QQ and Kim Hyun from Korea
     
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    what languages u use to communicate with them?
     
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    English, I guess. Don't think JR can speak chinese or korean. :p
     
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    english

    I use english as I don´t speak any asian languages.

    It´s not always easy as some don´t speak english at all.

    Those guys do understand most and that is of course an advantage.
     
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    That's OK, JR. All you need to do is wave and say "Hi!" and every Asian will understand. :D
     
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    You mean Kim Yong-hyun? Former World no. 3 in mixed doubles?
     

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