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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    Don't berlagak after the win ya. Pls be humble. Consistency is still a big problem. A team event is different from Individual event.
    but team event is about team work and cooperate, instead of using isolation...

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    Yes, Malaysia has been lacking in team work and mentoring during individual events. Sad case. That is why you see lcw is up alone. I don't think he is a mentoring type. Someone must have taught him to be selfish. From out side you see him as a humble person. Eg after winning a tournament. Inside, I don't think he gives a damn to anyone. (I was told).

    With this Team event happening, a little of support from colleagues sure brings in some % in terms of spirit and belonging.

    If, I am the captain, I will definitely on the court to cheer them up during the 11 point breaks. Sad to see that lcw is not showing some leadership here.

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    Ah Koo adds playing MS in his resume:
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    "Kien Keat, who didn't expect the match to last until the third singles, had to be guided by singles and doubles head coaches Rashid Sidek and Tan Kim Her respectively.

    The last time Kien Keat played a competitive singles match was in the 2000 Asian Junior Championships and Dionisius Hayom Rumbaka had no problems sealing a 21-8, 21-9 win.

    "It is not easy for a doubles player to play singles as the footwork is totally different and it is embarrassing too. But I was asked to play because Lee Chong Wei and Hafiz Hashim had been given a rest," said Kien Keat.

    "We had already qualified and the pressure was off. There was no point playing in the third placing match and even Indonesia didn't show any urgency.

    "We had a lot of pressure in the group stages and I am glad we overcame it.

    "The focus is now back to the Olympics and I will sacrifice everything for the next five months to go for a medal.

    "I have no intention of retiring after the Olympics but will think about my options only after I achieve my target in London."Also from The Star :
    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...079&sec=sports
    National coach Pang Cheh Chang said Malaysia did not field their best lineup because they did not see any point in doing so.
    “Malaysia and Indonesia had already confirmed tickets for the Finals (by making the semi-finals). So, we made use of the opportunity to try out all our back-up players. They will be competing in the German Open and needed the workout,” said Cheh Chang.
    “Obviously, singles is not Kien Keat’s cup of tea but he did have a good warm-up. He played like a cartoon character and it was hilarious to watch,” added Cheh Chang.

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    Looks like they can play better and SMASH harder and faster with the new yonex racket.. Look what they got to say.,.http://www.yonex.com/z/players/
    Let's hope they play offensive like they used to play again..

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    Looks like they can play better and SMASH harder and faster with the new yonex racket.. Look what they got to say.,.http://www.yonex.com/z/players/
    Let's hope they play offensive like they used to play again..
    when they start using these racquets? is it during Thomas Cup Preliminary event and use them to defeat Ko/Yoo...?!

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    They actually started this racket during Malaysia Open..

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    They never beat Ko/Yoo under Rexy, now they have beaten Ko/Yoo without Rexy.........Can we conclude that as they do better without Rexy...??? :d

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    They never beat Ko/Yoo under Rexy, now they have beaten Ko/Yoo without Rexy.........Can we conclude that as they do better without Rexy...??? :d
    unless Koo/Tan need to beat back Ko/Yoo 5 more times...

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    They actually started this racket during Malaysia Open..
    and they lasted a whole 2 matches... not good advertising for the new racket!

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    do u have picture they start using during msia open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Ah Koo adds playing MS in his resume:
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    "Kien Keat, who didn't expect the match to last until the third singles, had to be guided by singles and doubles head coaches Rashid Sidek and Tan Kim Her respectively.

    The last time Kien Keat played a competitive singles match was in the 2000 Asian Junior Championships and Dionisius Hayom Rumbaka had no problems sealing a 21-8, 21-9 win.

    "It is not easy for a doubles player to play singles as the footwork is totally different and it is embarrassing too. But I was asked to play because Lee Chong Wei and Hafiz Hashim had been given a rest," said Kien Keat.

    "We had already qualified and the pressure was off. There was no point playing in the third placing match and even Indonesia didn't show any urgency.

    "We had a lot of pressure in the group stages and I am glad we overcame it.

    "The focus is now back to the Olympics and I will sacrifice everything for the next five months to go for a medal.

    "I have no intention of retiring after the Olympics but will think about my options only after I achieve my target in London."[LEFT][COLOR=#000000]
    Read more: A farce as Indonesia finish third - Badminton - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/sports/badmint...#ixzz1moArH7Bg

    Stop smoking, nightclubbing etc.....sounds kinda hard to believe but...

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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    do u have picture they start using during msia open.
    My own eyes saw they using that racket live in the stadium.. P/s i'm sure there's picture posted somewhere in this forum. Do search it out if you really need more prove

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    search already, the answer no.Name:  image.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    search already, the answer no.Name:  image.jpg
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    that's why they lost to Ko/Yoo, Fu/Cai, Kindra, Jung/Lee, Boegersen and any lower rank pairs...

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    sure... blame it on the racket

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajrul View Post
    sure... blame it on the racket
    Last time, they blame it on Rexy, now 'racket' pulak....!!!

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    hope they will perform better with their new racket.

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