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    That set of rules will certainly make koo/tan even worst! .. Well, let's see how it goes by with Kim Her's plan

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    Double standard?

    Biasalah.....

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    Since it's "Biasa".
    LET IT BE......LET IT BE...by the Beatles.

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    Example of why they need consistency.

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    This sort of thing should not have happened for a PROFESSIONAL player Hope he can really learn from this.
    Peng Soon says sorry for walking out of match

    NATIONAL shuttler Chan Peng Soon has apologised for walking out during his menís doubles match at the National Circuit Grand Prix Finals.
    Mixed doubles specialist Peng Soon, who partnered Ong Jian Guo in the menís doubles event, conceded a walkover to Cheah Like Hou-Chow Pak Chuu, citing the numerous bad calls by the linesman as a reason.
    Like Hou-Pak Chuu were leading 21-15, 21-23, 20-15 when Peng Soon decided to retire.
    The walkover means that Peng Soon cannot play in his remaining matches against Soo Kar Seong-Tay Kok Hau and Mohd Fairu*zizuan Mohd Tazari-Ong Soon Hock.
    ďI was affected by the linesmanís bad decisions and lost my focus,Ē said Peng Soon. ďAt that time I did not know that if I walked out I will have to forfeit my remaining matches. Iím sorry for what I have done and I will not repeat the same mistake.Ē

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    this 2 rules thingy is too much. better see some results.

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    waiting for chooi kah ming and teo kok siang to return...
    but the injuries may stand their way for achieving better career...

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    Goh/Lim has been disappointing in the local circuit. Lets see what they can do in the denmark open...

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    Vountus/Lutfi seems to be playing quite well in the local circuit. Wonder why they can't translate this into performance even at the international challenge level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Vountus/Lutfi seems to be playing quite well in the local circuit. Wonder why they can't translate this into performance even at the international challenge level.
    watched them play in the finals .. it was pretty much an entertaining game.. they have fire in their spirit. i hope they have the courage too ....to feel that they can be world beaters..

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajrul View Post
    watched them play in the finals .. it was pretty much an entertaining game.. they have fire in their spirit. i hope they have the courage too ....to feel that they can be world beaters..
    I agree... a lot of fire but extremely inconsistent... I can remember one good performance where they beat Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan while they flunked in almost the rest of the tournaments. we shall see whether they can improve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post



    Example of why they need consistency.



    indeed!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    especially the left hander Lim Khim Wah, he's like KKK always do some fancy things and make a lot of mistakes (even smash is not so strong like TBH).

    therefore he need to work harder or else he will be screwed...

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    lim is not a smasher

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    let's us give a full support for half elite half back-up Hoon Thien How/Tan Wee Kiong against Alvent/Hendra in R16.

    (LIVE ON ASTRO 811~!!)

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    Yes, go HTH/TWK! Hope they are more potent than Zakry/HTH!

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    Interesting... Ow Yao Han is being paired up with Teo Kok Siang for the Malaysia International Challenge. That was how Goh Wei Shem/Lim Khim Wah's partnership started last year. And they are the top seeds...

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