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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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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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    but Goh/Teo still unstable when they at game point and match point in 2nd game and rubber game, Mak/Tan able to catch up from 13-20 to 19-20 before waste in 19-21...

    therefore, Mak/Tan fought well in 1st game, but felt unlucky in 2nd game and rubber game...

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    Where's the smart guy that said Indra Bagus Ade Chandrasekhar couldn't match Du Pengyu? Bagus up 22-20 but down second game 6-8...

    Typical Indonesian, no stamina...

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    Good effort but lost the next two games 21-11 21-11

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    Taufik being lazy and playing rubber with Derek Wong, down 5-6

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    Taufik only narrowly won that game 21-19 Come on put some effort in, Taufik!

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    in 2011, this tournament have streaming ?

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    Yes it does have streaming

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    that was the craziest long rally on court 2! I'm panting for breath just sitting here!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Yes it does have streaming
    ......ANDDDDD here it is: http://www.swissopen.com/index.php?id=8&L=1
    (yeesh, some people)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    ......ANDDDDD here it is: http://www.swissopen.com/index.php?id=8&L=1
    (yeesh, some people)
    Yeah, I sort of forgot about this thread, sorry guys...

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    The question was "in 2011"

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    It really is my own observation on Chen Jin's performance over the last few years rather than just last few months. Chen Jin really has to prove it himself where he should be in world ranking. As Justin mentioned above, his main problem at the moment is the mentality rather than his physical ability. Hope he can make a breakthrough in time.

    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by jkkwongnz View Post
    It really is my own observation on Chen Jin's performance over the last few years rather than just last few months. Chen Jin really has to prove it himself where he should be in world ranking. As Justin mentioned above, his main problem at the moment is the mentality rather than his physical ability. Hope he can make a breakthrough in time.
    Au contraire.

    It is both his mental and physical ability that have been hindering his performance. His numerous injuries have caught up with him and have slowed him down. His style of play is physically demanding–all the running and chasing, grinding his opponent down and outlasting them. His injuries have rendered this style of play much less effective and his opponents know they now stand a better chance to upset him.

    Without the help of his teammates, I don't think he'd able able to physically last a full tournament.

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    Thanks for mention about the injuries and style of his play. I agree that those are the factors too. But CJ is only 25 years old which is golden age for badminton. A confident Chen Jin can play through his injury as well. I remember there was a game between him and Hafiz in 2008 Thomas cup semifinal. Lee Chong Wei beat Lin Dan and the score was 2-2. It was up to Chen Jin and Hafiz to decide which team to go to final. Chen Jin got back injury during the game but managed to play it through and clinch the victory. If we have a chance to take a psychology course, we will amaze that how much our mind affect our destiny. Linsanity probably is the best example at the moment.

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    Au contraire.

    It is both his mental and physical ability that have been hindering his performance. His numerous injuries have caught up with him and have slowed him down. His style of play is physically demanding–all the running and chasing, grinding his opponent down and outlasting them. His injuries have rendered this style of play much less effective and his opponents know they now stand a better chance to upset him.

    Without the help of his teammates, I don't think he'd able able to physically last a full tournament.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    MS R64 will be played today, which will relieve the backlog of fixtures for Wednesday.

    Sony Dwi Kuncoro vs Lee Hyun Il [5] - no chance for Sony. I don't know why he's still being sent to compete in Europe.
    Yet another stupidity from PBSI. If they about to help reviving Sony's career, they should follow Lee Hyun Ill track to restart from IC over again. Don't torture Sony's physical and mental by directly sending to high level tournament just to lose 1st round. Please PBSI, learn how to build your players' confident.

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    nice to see the sisters Rena Wang and Iris Wang of USA beating Wallwork/White and goes into the main draw.

    unfortunately they will be facing Bao Yixin / Zhong Qianxin in 1st round, which means the end of the run for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    nice to see the sisters Rena Wang and Iris Wang of USA beating Wallwork/White and goes into the main draw.

    unfortunately they will be facing Bao Yixin / Zhong Qianxin in 1st round, which means the end of the run for them.
    I was shocked by this result. UK WD must be at its lowest ebb

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