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    And Haryanto-Wijaya took the first set 15-11 against Lars and JR.

    Danes are having tough time today!!

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    JR/Paaske lost to Wijaya/haryanto 15-11 15-4

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    Looks like the Asian contingent won all the events.

    Camille lost both games by identical scores 11-3

    Wong won 15-7 15-10

    Halim/Wijaya won 15-11 15-4

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    Way to go Wong! Too bad JR/Lars lost. They played well , but i think Wijaya/Haryanto played better this time.

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    So sad for Denmark. Danes in all three finals and all lost. Better luck next year.

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    I think WONG CH of MAS, SONY of INA, LEE Hyun-Il of KOR will be the strongest opponents for the Chinese MS players.

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    I think this is the fist time for XIE XF to beat Martin.I think it is very important for her in scrambling for the qualification of Olympics Games.

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    Cool Let Choon Hann be Choon Hann

    The way I see it, the main reason Wong lost to Sony in SEA Games final was lacked of stamina. Wong's coach Misbun Sidek wanted Wong to change his style of playing so Wong can be a better overall player than a pure attacker. Honestly, I don't quite agree with Misbun on this as Wong has proven he can get deep into rounds in most of the tournaments with the same style that he has been playing. So why change something that's not broken?
    I recall in 1998-1999, the same thing happened to Jumping Jack Arby Heryanto, Arby also tried to be an all around player and took away the edge he had on attacking ... To me, you live and die on what you have and Wong has some good stuff in attacking and is very capable of defending when he first emerged into international scene. I rather have Wong to keep his attacking edge and improve his defensive skill as he's the only hope Malaysia has to win a medal in coming Olympic which I think he's very capable of with current form and playing style.
    Misbun, think trice ...

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    This is the second time for XIE XF to beat Martin!
    Xingfang XIE 1 - 3 Camilla MARTIN



    Year Tournament & Nation Round Winner Score
    2003 Yonex Open Japan 2003
    JAPAN Gold Medal Final MARTIN 1-11 5-11
    2002 Realkredit Danmark Open 2002
    DENMARK Semi-Finals MARTIN 3-11 7-11
    2002 Yonex-Sunrise Singapore Open 2002
    SINGAPORE 1/16 XIE 11-7 13-10
    2002 Malaysia Open 2002 (I)
    MALAYSIA Semi-Finals MARTIN 11-6 5-11 1-11

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    judging New Malaysia Star Lee Chong Wei's Performance.....


    he could be the next world beater.......

    he is only 21 or 22 this year.......


    he would be the next wong choon hann for malaysia or maybe even better......

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    I agree! He is turning 22 next year.
    He will be the next uprising star in 2004.

    Originally posted by fhchiang
    judging New Malaysia Star Lee Chong Wei's Performance.....


    he could be the next world beater.......

    he is only 21 or 22 this year.......


    he would be the next wong choon hann for malaysia or maybe even better......

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    Lee Chong Wei more all rounded, Choon Hann is more attacking. A good blend of players.

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    How tall is Lee Chong Wei? I remember reading somewhere that he is not that tall -- below average in height. This may be a disadvantage for him and limit his game. For men's singles, being above 5"10 is an advantage. Too tall or too short will be adisadvantage.

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    Default Re: Let Choon Hann be Choon Hann

    Originally posted by Han
    The way I see it, the main reason Wong lost to Sony in SEA Games final was lacked of stamina. Wong's coach Misbun Sidek wanted Wong to change his style of playing so Wong can be a better overall player than a pure attacker. Honestly, I don't quite agree with Misbun on this as Wong has proven he can get deep into rounds in most of the tournaments with the same style that he has been playing. So why change something that's not broken?
    I recall in 1998-1999, the same thing happened to Jumping Jack Arby Heryanto, Arby also tried to be an all around player and took away the edge he had on attacking ... To me, you live and die on what you have and Wong has some good stuff in attacking and is very capable of defending when he first emerged into international scene. I rather have Wong to keep his attacking edge and improve his defensive skill as he's the only hope Malaysia has to win a medal in coming Olympic which I think he's very capable of with current form and playing style.
    Misbun, think trice ...



    indeed wong has changed a bit in his style.....

    notice most of wong's net shot against jonassen were very sharp and tight and most touched the net before crossing??


    he couldn't play net that well when he played xia xuan zhe in world championships final right...

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    Cool My opinion

    Lee Chong Wei is an all around player, although he doesn't have the attacking weapon like Choon Hann due to his height but he's very quick and quite deceptive. Every international player has his unique skill and Chong Wei will has his position as one of the world beaters. Yong Hock Kin is also short but he was fear by many top players during his prime in 1998/1999. Simply, there are so many ways to win the match besides the flashy jump smashes(we don't see Peter Gade and Taufik win that often anymore even with their precise jump smashes).
    As for Jonas/Lars, they have quite different style than the Asian pairs. Asian pairs like Kim/Ha, Wijaya/Halim, Lee/Choong(a little bit over stretch to put them along side with Kim/Ha and Wijaya/Halim but I am a Malaysian :-)) empahsize on power attack with lots of jump smashes while Jonas/Lars rely a lot on low and flat drives to win their points. Very contradicting style. Asian pairs use to cake walk the European pairs in MD but is no longer true with Jonas/Lars at wings.

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