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    Agreed Mods please intervene

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    You guys can stop it already. There's a function called PM in this forum if you dunno or forgotten.

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    Just finished watching MS Semifinal Tian Hou Wei vs Lee Chong Wei.

    This THW is really SOMETHING !!!

    He has the power, accuracy, speed, stamina, mentality, etc to be one of the BIG THINGS in the near future.
    The only one he has not possessed yet is the experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by well-son View Post
    Just finished watching MS Semifinal Tian Hou Wei vs Lee Chong Wei.

    This THW is really SOMETHING !!!

    He has the power, accuracy, speed, stamina, mentality, etc to be one of the BIG THINGS in the near future.
    The only one he has not possessed yet is the experience.
    Well said.I feel we really have to thank CHN for sending these young guns, the whole lot of them. Their amazing run here makes this GPG special and memorable, to me at least.

    In fact,CHN can form another team using the best of their second stringers and it will still give the rest of the world a run for their money.

    Talking about the THW-LCW match, it's truly worth watching, and again if you've already done so; I bet you'll be more than entertained. I just did, watched it for the second time. After that I'm going to watch the replay again of the THW-XS final match.

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    We've been seeing some really great and refreshing tournaments this year! The Aussie Open 2013 is another eye-opener to the depth of fresh talent that exists in so many countries. And it also underscores the admonition to never let your guard down, as all of the top seeds and pre-tournament favourites have learnt.

    Congratulations to all the winners!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin L View Post
    There we go again, is that all that you see? Never mind,please, to each his own,let's not start a torrent of words here. It's getting meaningless, suit yourself, just let it be.

    China as a badminton superpower is benign, nothing like..., oh dear, I'm sorry, I forgot,let's end the conversation here (I 'll just bear Peter Gade's words in mind).
    Its not meaningless at all. In fact, there's very important dialogue that needs to be addressed, not to mention there is a large cultural divide between Western sporting values and Chinese ones that goes a long way to explain why Australian audiences are clearly not as excited as you are .

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    Congrats to Tian Hou Wei. A exciting and high-tempo match.
    There is a chance of a rematch if he and Xue Song continue to play like this in the New Zealand Open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    BTW, you have forgotten to mention about our young up-and-coming Sayaka Takahashi; Although seeded 7, she managed to win the WS title.
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    Yes sir, just forgot out of rush... Thanks for supplementing...

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    Watch out!!! A detrimental insert is trying to poison badminton again... 😈

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    i must have missed some post here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonc108 View Post
    Watch out!!! A detrimental insert is trying to poison badminton again... 
    translate.google.com epic fail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
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    Hahaha...... You will need to scroll back many, many posts (to understand what's going on here).
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    No need. Moderators had intervened after i called them for their help to delete those comments which targets some member and some country particularly.. I wanna thank moderators for their timely help in this regard...

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    Congratulations to all winners

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    Seems to me that Teh Siu Bock's days could be numbered if LCW's poor form and result continue. Why is he, Rashid Sidek and even LCW laughing with each other towards the end of the game and finding the defeat amusing? I guess it's a way of deflecting some pressure or heat off one's shoulder, or maybe it's a gesture of embarassment.

    LCW's style is becoming predictable - I reckon the chinese camp has figured out his game some time ago - it's speed, speed and smashes. Of course, one has to be supremely fit to be able to keep up with his punishing pace and stamina but I guess we found that in the 19-year old Tian Hou Wei on Saturday.

    The mental approach from LCW in this tournament was wrong from the start - LCW was simply too confident (no thanks to the media and his World No. 1 status). And the backlash would of course be undue pressure on himself and increased moltivation to his opponent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsae75 View Post
    Seems to me that Teh Siu Bock's days could be numbered if LCW's poor form and result continue. Why is he, Rashid Sidek and even LCW laughing with each other towards the end of the game and finding the defeat amusing? I guess it's a way of deflecting some pressure or heat off one's shoulder, or maybe it's a gesture of embarassment.

    LCW's style is becoming predictable - I reckon the chinese camp has figured out his game some time ago - it's speed, speed and smashes. Of course, one has to be supremely fit to be able to keep up with his punishing pace and stamina but I guess we found that in the 19-year old Tian Hou Wei on Saturday.

    The mental approach from LCW in this tournament was wrong from the start - LCW was simply too confident (no thanks to the media and his World No. 1 status). And the backlash would of course be undue pressure on himself and increased moltivation to his opponent.
    dont be silly lah.
    if rashid can sit on his post and even promoted even 0 result since 2005.
    why cant TSB sit on his post or even get promoted as long they are on the same side?

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