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    Hey Guys,

    Does anyone know what the current whereabouts of Ji Xin Peng, and is any aware of any online biographies i can find of him?

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    he retired from professional playing after a period of 2 yrs low in performance after his olympics gold. he is currently coaching the Chinese National Junior team.

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    but i bet it's still nice to wear that gold medal around

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    Just look at Kurt Angle in the WWF.

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    I like watching Ji Xin Peng's game quite alot, most of his games consist of long rallies. As a control type of player, pin point accuracy is essential so when he's not in form, he just simply give away easy points. I also found that he's a player very economic on his footworks and his forehand clears are very deceptive too! Just my 2 cents~

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    Ji was so loud in his semi final and final games at the Olympics, even Gade a couple of times went up to the umpire to ask that it be lowered down or something to that effect. I admit, when Ji is on fire, no body can stop him, too bad he isn't playing anymore.

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    Maybe he achieved the highest pride in badminton too early...

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    ji..i think somehow he is name is always under sun jun..lao yigang...by the time he was playing....i watch his game at the olympic...seems like he is very skillful...but somehow never play at his best form except olympic

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    ...won the gold at such a young age and dissapeared from badminton scene....wat a luck !!!!

    but...compare to all other china players like xia, chen hong,lindan,sun jun, dong jiong ant etc....ji can be considered the weakest....

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_way
    ...won the gold at such a young age and dissapeared from badminton scene....wat a luck !!!!

    but...compare to all other china players like xia, chen hong,lindan,sun jun, dong jiong ant etc....ji can be considered the weakest....
    Averaged out in terms of success over their respective careers, you're probably right. At least he does have an olympic gold to show for it, something which the others can't match.

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    Are Ji Xin Peng and Ji Xin Fang Siblings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by manabu
    I like watching Ji Xin Peng's game quite alot, most of his games consist of long rallies. As a control type of player, pin point accuracy is essential so when he's not in form, he just simply give away easy points. I also found that he's a player very economic on his footworks and his forehand clears are very deceptive too! Just my 2 cents~
    yes... he's like icuk sugiarto

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