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master bushido (like rasmussen)

2. Anticipate the most probable, and be prepared for the most improbable.

3. Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.

4. lol ^^ - ok I've got another one, which might be stating the obvious, but sometimes, you might agree, the obvious needs stating:

WORK HARD!!

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footwork is everything

6. A game of badminton is like a harmonious orchestra. Feel the game and get the rhythm right. Use explosion during crescendos and then confuse the opponents by slow rallys again.

In the 21 points system, the % of unforce errors are more than the % winners. If you play with less unforce errors, very high % you will win the game.

7. Originally Posted by gunner93
A game of badminton is like a harmonious orchestra. Feel the game and get the rhythm right. Use explosion during crescendos and then confuse the opponents by slow rallys again.

In the 21 points system, the % of unforce errors are more than the % winners. If you play with less unforce errors, very high % you will win the game.
I don't think that's one sentence that can be muttered in one last dying breath...

8. Originally Posted by gunner93
A game of badminton is like a harmonious orchestra. Feel the game and get the rhythm right. Use explosion during crescendos and then confuse the opponents by slow rallys again.

In the 21 points system, the % of unforce errors are more than the % winners. If you play with less unforce errors, very high % you will win the game.
Love it, I too feel these feeling thingy's about bmt =]

9. Sorry Side track... In our video playback, we analyse our game vs opponent's and give a tick if we score a winner and a cross if we made an error. At the end of the game, the crosses are often more than the ticks. I came to realise that their rallys are often overlooked in their sparring sessions - an hence the concept of orchestra is now advocated in their approach. This may be early days but am keen to see the results in a couple of months.

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Sorry if this is not related.

(you) Moments before dying : "Have you booked the court for next session"
Friend : " not yet"

...........knowing this.... confirmed you will die now

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Locate ... Decide ... Return the shuttle in opponent's weak open space.

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I'm just a noob, so I'll start from the real basic...

Practice, Practice... and Practice more

13. "Man who catch fly with chopstick accomplish anything"

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*Takes a deep breath*

"Three pieces of advice: Maintain your cool, MOVE as light as a feather, and RESPECT your opponent..."

*Looses consciousness* :P

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"Racket up!! Racket up!!" when you're at the net.

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"Don't stop trying"

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