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    Quote Originally Posted by ngkt67 View Post
    hope Liew Daren must get learn something from his compatriot CWF which has "keep on fighting & never give up" spirit...
    I recall Roslin playing 3rd singles in a TC, not sure which year but it was in
    Hong Kong, and he was in top form and was generally regarded as the strongest
    3rd singles that year. And from then on, he went on to become world no.1, and
    found form and consistency - hopefully the same thing will happen to CWF and
    he will blossom as our great LCW retires.
    Go CWF Go!

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    Done well in Thomas Cup 2014 but screwed up in the final, so still considered screwed up.

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    Kento found his weakness and attacked him all the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ython View Post
    Kento found his weakness and attacked him all the way.
    The maestro PJB found CWF's weakness and KM just execute the maestro's
    game plan.

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    Can't help but notice during the whole Thomas cup tournament....CWF is so scrawny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ython View Post
    Kento found his weakness and attacked him all the way.
    Quote Originally Posted by senior888 View Post
    The maestro PJB found CWF's weakness and KM just execute the maestro's
    game plan.
    May I know what are his weaknesses? Thanks.

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    His strengths are

    Being a lefty
    Being a really good technician with a good repetoire of shots. Deceptive shotmaker, hard to read
    Great athleticism, strong legs. Can run all day, covers the court smoothly. He's really quick actually.

    His weaknesses are:
    He's too lightweight physically, that's his small build. Maybe he could bulk up a bit upper body strength like LCW did. So, no absolute killer weapons. It's that simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Husky View Post
    His strengths are

    Being a lefty
    Being a really good technician with a good repetoire of shots. Deceptive shotmaker, hard to read
    Great athleticism, strong legs. Can run all day, covers the court smoothly. He's really quick actually.

    His weaknesses are:
    He's too lightweight physically, that's his small build. Maybe he could bulk up a bit upper body strength like LCW did. So, no absolute killer weapons. It's that simple.
    Unfortunately at international level CWF has no strenght at all - he's only good at
    national level, way behind even an aging LCW.
    Its not his fault, thats all he's got - a shorty has never conquer the world in
    badminton...its pitiful to see LD taking him to the cleaners at Incheon Asian games.

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    Chong Wei Feng suffered a great defeat against emil hoist in today MAS SSP...

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    Not just him, all the other malaysian qualifiers seem to be dropping like flies... Morten Frost is gonna have a hard time shaping the country's badminton.

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    Yes it is never going to be easy. Even Morten Frost Hansen himself said it, it will take time. He said yes we have hardworking players. They are very committed in training. Even players who are injured will still participate in tournaments. But sad to say lack of talent has been a great concern. Malaysia don't have talented players like other countries and it is going to be very difficult for players to win if they are not talented. He says this are the facts that we have to accept. Chong Wei Feng himself is also too small size and of small build so his opponents will make full use of his disadvantage there to win over him in tournaments.
    Last edited by blabl; 03-31-2015 at 08:06 AM.

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    Gold comfort for Malaysia’s axed Chong Wei Feng

    Malaysia’s Chong Wei Feng grabbed the biggest title of his career at the SEA Games badminton on Tuesday in the perfect riposte after he was controversially axed for the world championships.

    Wei Feng, who was in line for the worlds until the return of ex-number one Lee Chong Wei from a drugs ban, breezed past his compatriot Mohammad Arif Abdul Latif in the men's singles final.

    Wei Feng said the 21-8, 21-9 victory over Latif, 25, in his first major individual final was redemptive after a rollercoaster year which has included injury struggles.

    "It means a lot to me and it shows that my game is still there. I am getting back my form after my injury early this year," said the 28-year-old.

    Wei Feng is Malaysia's top-ranked men's singles player at 36, a position which should have guaranteed him a spot at the August world championships in Jakarta.

    But when Chong Wei returned to action after being handed a backdated, eight-month ban for accidentally taking a banned inflammatory, he replaced Wei Feng in Malaysia's line-up despite a ranking which has slumped to 79.

    Wei Feng said Tuesday's win was also "sweet revenge" after he lost to Latif on home ground earlier this year.

    Source from The Malaysian Insider

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