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    It's better than the light years difference between LCW and Indian players lolol

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    LCW has got great anticipation of practically all of his opponents', not just CL's, return shots, with the exception of Lin Dan's.

    It's back to the drawing board for Chen Long; hopefully, GM Tang XH can give some pointers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by volcom View Post
    It's better than the light years difference between LCW and Indian players lolol
    Yep.. As like chen long and lcw.... Childish... Indian players are not even close to ranking of LCW. but Chen Long is world no. 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion1 View Post
    Yep.. As like chen long and lcw..
    Not even close lol!!!
    wake up and smell the coffee buddy it ain't so sour

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    What's the head 2 head between CL and LCW and any players H2H against LCW?

    lmao!! and what is any Indian's H2H against CL?

    Come back with some facts bruuu!

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    38th superseries title..

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    CL recently has taken a kind of break... No real intensity. I beleive the goal now is the Asian games, and the CHN players must peak then. That means they still have one or two months to relax.
    at least, that is how I read the situation.

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    Excellent.. I wonder how come he bends his body like a spring.. May be his body is his advantage to move faster. What's his waist size.. 28 or 26 ?? lol..

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    It's time to move ahead to watch India vs srilanka world T20 cricket finals.. Bye guys..

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    A number of times in this match, LCW was simply waiting at the net knowing how CL is likely to play his return and puts it away - that tells you how much LCW has scrutinized CL's game , reading it so well and anticipating his shots time and time again.

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    CL has severely regressed in his playing. Defensively and aggressively, he's just like, wow, a completely different player from before. China had better be thankful that Lin Dan hasn't retired yet for I don't see anyone else beating LCW from here on out.

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    Lin Dan must be fuming. He still can't retire.

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    I think LCW is now playing his best badminton ever. The way he is playing right now, I'm not sure if a rusty LD can beat him.

    And CL lost to LCW again. I wonder if there will be any demotions happening in the MS coaching staff like ZN a few months ago.
    Last edited by Qidong; 04-06-2014 at 11:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by renbo View Post
    CL recently has taken a kind of break... No real intensity. I beleive the goal now is the Asian games, and the CHN players must peak then. That means they still have one or two months to relax.
    at least, that is how I read the situation.
    i do think china pplayers not peaking now... tomas cup and asian games

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    Chong Wei tames Chen Long for Indian Open title


    KUALA LUMPUR: World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei further cemented his status as the king of the Superseries when he nailed his third Indian Open men’s singles title in style.

    Yesterday, the 31-year-old Chong Wei showed impressive resilience to beat Chen Long of China 21-13, 21-17 in a 55-minute final that depicted top class badminton from both players.
    The New Delhi win put Chong Wei’s record one up on Chen Long, having beaten the latter nine times in their 17 big clashes.
    It was also the Malaysian’s third Superseries title this year after pocketing the Malaysian Open (January) and All-England (March). He only missed one after losing to Chen Long in the final of the Korean Open in January.


    Three-time All-England champion Chong Wei was delighted to beat his closest rival Chen Long for the second time this year.
    “I defeated him at the All-England last month and now I got the better of him again after overcoming a tough fight. I am happy with this victory,” said Chong Wei, who was also the Indian Open winner in 2011 and 2013.
    Yesterday, Chong Wei got off to a brilliant start to take a 7-1 lead to spark a great promise of victory. It however, did not take too long before Chen Long charged back into the game with his strong and powerful smashes but Chong Wei kept his cool to take the opener.
    The second game was nail-biting with Chong Wei and Chen Long locking horns from the start but the Malaysian pulled off excellent drop shots and terrific pick-ups to outfox the latter to romp home for a win.
    “I am thankful for the overwhelming support from my friends and Indian fans here,” said Chong Wei after his win, to cheers from his passionate badminton followers.
    “I will be competing in the Singapore Open next (starting on Wednesday) and I will be out to add one more title to my collection,” said Chong Wei.
    Chen Long is skipping the Singapore Open and, in his absence, second seed Kenichi Tago of Japan and China’s Du Pengyu will be the main challengers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qidong View Post
    I think LCW is now playing his best badminton ever. The way he is playing right now, I'm not sure if a rusty LD can beat him.
    One word for Lee CW, perfect. It's like AE final déjà vu when Lee CW outclassed Chen L in straight-sets, quite anti-climax as we're waiting more intensity and thrilling final clash between Lee CW v Chen L. Three doubles category finals served intriguing encounters also all CHN affair in WS as well who displayed world class quality.

    China and Denmark scooped 2 titles each, not good day for Kim Ha Na as she lost two finals.

    Next, the attention of badminton fans will shift to Lion City

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