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    I doubt CJ can beat JOJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Zulfadli Zulkiffli is replacing Lee Chong Wei.



    Minatsu Mitani is posted in the main draw already. And she could probably be facing Wang Yihan [1] in Round 2.
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    Good to hear that..
    I hope Zul can gain more experience.... I will PAW him....

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    If DPY and CL did their jobs well to beat other opponents, JOJ probably is the only one can stop CJ. CJ beat JOJ at Malaysia open this year. I think he had chance to beat JOJ as long as he plays his normal game and doesn't put too much pressure on himself. If I were C J I would assume that I had lost the chance to play in Olympics and play this games just to prove that I am true world no. 4.


    Quote Originally Posted by volcom View Post
    I doubt CJ can beat JOJ.

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    I have a look at the draw of women single. From chinese team point of view, I think it is a chance to review whether WSX is good enough to go Olympics as compared with Li XueRui. WSX has to prove that she can beat TTY (Chris 's favourite) and J Schenk on the way to semi final. How WYH and JYJ respond to their korean opponents will also be interesting because this may affect the strategy of chinese team in Uber cup May this year. The prospect of Liu Xin can also be review through the games with Saina and pornip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by volcom View Post
    I doubt CJ can beat JOJ.
    Especially when JOJ will have the crowd support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkkwongnz View Post
    I just have a look the draw of Swiss Open. Since Lee Chong Wei has withdrawn, it is an another chance for Chen Jin to move forward. I personally believe Chen Jin is true no.4 in curent World Men Single ranking. Only Lin Dan, Lee Chong Wei and probably CL can confidently beat him. He just put too much pressure on himself over the last few months which caused him losing so many matches that he should win. If he play his normal games he should win Swiss open. Lin Dan is not interested in helping him this time. Lin Dan has prepared to help Chen Jin in both Korean open and All England and only found that Chen Jin lost before he can be any help.

    Anyway, Chen Jin still can get help from DPY and CL this time. His main opponent in the early round is JOJ. He should beat JOJ himself. I think DPY will try his best to beat TH and SWH and then let chen Jin win the semifinal. I think CL will try his best to clear the opponents in the second half and let CJ win the Final. I think CL can complete this mission if he is willing to help and plays his normal game. On the other hand, Peter Gade will face a lot of challenge from H Yun, T Sugiarto in the early round, Lee H Il in the quarter final and of course Chen Long in semi Final. So, I think it is aonther golden chance for Chen Jin and hope he doesn't mess it up again.
    if he is the 4th best in ms
    why he need help by lin dan and chen long?
    if he is the 4th best in ms
    why he cant ranked as world number 4 despite played the most tournament compare to the current top 4?

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    Ya.... you ask the important question. He starts developing dependency on his team mates and didn't fix his own problems. He should be more independent. However, with so many good players as his teamates and he desperately needs the points, it is not surprise he start taking short cut and developing this kind of dependency during the process. In short, if he can break this dependency and try to find out why he lost such stupid games and fixed the real issue within him psychologically, the winning Chen Jin will be back.



    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    if he is the 4th best in ms
    why he need help by lin dan and chen long?
    if he is the 4th best in ms
    why he cant ranked as world number 4 despite played the most tournament compare to the current top 4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkkwongnz View Post
    Ya.... you ask the important question. He starts developing dependency on his team mates and didn't fix his own problems. He should be more independent. However, with so many good players as his teamates and he desperately needs the points, it is not surprise he start taking short cut and developing this kind of dependency during the process. In short, if he can break this dependency and try to find out why he lost such stupid games and fixed the real issue within him psychologically, the winning Chen Jin will be back.
    so the 'I personally believe Chen Jin is true no.4 in curent World Men Single ranking.' is only ur personal thought without solid proof right?

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    Thumbs up Wishing Chen Jin GOOD LUCK

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    Currently, many BCers are following Chen Jin (to see if he can participate in the 2012 London Olympic Games).

    In Round 1 of this Swiss Open, CJ will face Gurusaidutt R. M. V. of India.

    Let's see how well CJ can perform (and wishing him GOOD LUCK).
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    Unhappy Kim Sa Rang/Choi Hye In [3] are out

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    At the Qualifications so far, there is an upset.

    Korean XD, Kim Sa Rang/Choi Hye In [3], are out.

    They have retired - probably because of injury?
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    It looks like the 2 MAS MD's;

    * Mak Hee Chun/Tan Wee Kiong
    * Goh V Shem/Teo Kok Siang [4]

    will win the first matches without problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    It looks like the 2 MAS MD's;

    * Mak Hee Chun/Tan Wee Kiong
    * Goh V Shem/Teo Kok Siang [4]

    will win the first matches without problems.
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    Only to face each other off. MHC/TWK is leading 14-10 in the first game.

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    Thumbs up Judith Meulendijks is the first qualifier to make it into the Main Draw (WS)

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    Congratulations to Judith Meulendijks (NED).

    She is the first qualifier to make it into the Main Draw (WS).
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    Thumbs up MHC/TWK took the first game 21-14

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    Only to face each other off. MHC/TWK is leading 14-10 in the first game.
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    And MHC/TWK took the first game 21-14.
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    Unfortunately, Chen Jin could be suffering from "The more I want something,the more it eludes me" syndrome. The London OG obsession is running riot in the badminton play of not a few players and Chen Jin is the biggest victim - to think a world class player himself having to "depend" on others for "help' and yet failing to deliver,practically letting others decide his fate and not believing he can achieve it by himself, thereby developing a crutch mentality that is self-defeating.

    I've no problem believing he is indeed world no. 4 under normal circumstances. That's also why I often stressed the mental aspect of the game as the ultimate deciding factor tilting the balance in favour of one or other player when they are of the same class, aside from unforeseen circumstances such as injury, (playing schedule at unearthly hours as happened to PG).

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
    And MHC/TWK took the first game 21-14.
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    Finally, the higher seed, GOH/TEO [4] defeated MAK/TAN 14-21, 21-19, 21-19 in 42 minutes.
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    Oh no! LXR is not playing??
    How then is she going to win three in a row?

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