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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    Then same for doubles. Rexy takes 2 pairs. YKH takes another 2. The rest can go to KLRC or just be sparring partners.
    do u know have many md we have???...and also,not fair...

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    The injury really sets him back. Too bad. Certainly nice to see him during his peak. Good speed.

    Now days in Malaysian circuit, there are lots of coaches... very competitive now. I believe its good to have more focus by having 1 coach to 2 players at most. Else, there maybe too many players for the coach to handle. eg. Misbun can choose 2 players, then Rashid can choose another 2, WCH can choose another 2. 6 good top class players for the country should be good enough. The rest beef up on juniors.

    Then same for doubles. Rexy takes 2 pairs. YKH takes another 2. The rest can go to KLRC or just be sparring partners.

    Of course not forgetting the ladies and mix doubles. So, lots of opportunities for coaches and players.

    More focus.
    Not to forget Wong Tat Meng. He is good coach too. LCW, WMC and WCH improve a lot and achieve results under his guidance. He is a low profile coach but he should not be missed out.

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    ITALIAN INTERNATIONAL – Bonjorno Choong Hann !
    ITALIAN INTERNATIONAL – Bonjorno Choong Hann !
    Wong Choong Hann won the Italian Internationals in Roma this morning by beating Russia’s Stanislav Pukhov. Most top seeds won this European event which is one of the latest in the year before the kick off of the new season with Wong’s home event, the Super Series Proton Malaysia Open.

    Raphael Sachetat. Photos (archives) : Badmintonphoto
    Top seed Wong Choong Hann (photo, left) enjoyed a little holiday in Roma, Italy. The Malaysian veteran has obviously enjoyed the European Tournament after a good end of season in the big events. He scooped the Italian title without dropping a single game and beat Russia’s Stanislav Pukhov in a battle of the “elders” as Pukhov is also above 30 year old, in Friday's finals - one of this tournament particularities is the ending on the Friday.

    Juliane Schenk (photo right), on her side, took some time to get going when she beat Ukrainian Larisa Griga, but the German eventually beat her opponent and secured the title as the top seed, 15/21 – 21/13 – 21/17.
    Germany will leave Ostia with another gold as Men’s double Hopp and Schottler – a new pair avec Hopp and Kindervater were separated – scooped the title against Chinese Taipei’s Chen/Lin.
    Vislova of Russia stroke twice in the mixed and women’s double.
    Results :
    MS : Wong Choong Hann (MAL) beat Stanislav Pukhov (RUS) : 21/16 – 21/15
    WS : Juliane Schenk (GER) beat Larisa Griga (UKR) : 15/21 - 21/13 - 21/17.
    MD : Hopp/Schottler (GER) beat Chen/Lin (TPE) : 22/20 – 21/13
    WD : Vislova/Sorokina (RUS) beat Lennartson/Wengberg (SWE) : 23/21 – 21/14
    Mx : Durkin/Vislova (RUS) beat Schottler/Overzier (GER) : 20/22 – 21/19 – 21/18



    http://www.badzine.info/index.php?op...onal&Itemid=39

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    he won 5 match all in straight set...lost an average of 12.8 point per set...

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...6008&player=67

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post

    Raphael Sachetat. Photos (archives) : Badmintonphoto
    Top seed Wong Choong Hann (photo, left) enjoyed a little holiday in Roma, Italy. The Malaysian veteran has obviously enjoyed the European Tournament after a good end of season in the big events. He scooped the Italian title without dropping a single game and beat Russia’s Stanislav Pukhov in a battle of the “elders” as Pukhov is also above 30 year old, in Friday's finals - one of this tournament particularities is the ending on the Friday....

    http://www.badzine.info/index.php?op...onal&Itemid=39
    Apparently, this Stanislav Pukhov is also 31 :http://www.sports-reference.com/olym...-pukhov-1.html

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    He can help improve the standard of the players there....

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    yes...totally agree...

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    congrats to him then!

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    congratz 2 him..... gudluck 4 his career~~

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    congrats to wch.gd for him.hope to see him do well in MO09

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    we should send Mr. Yoyo there as well next year
    i think he can win some title as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    we should send Mr. Yoyo there as well next year
    i think he can win some title as well...
    he will be busy with his baby...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    he will be busy with his baby...

    busy making more babies??

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    busy making more babies??
    faint...his new born baby born premature...now still in hospital...

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    ee...i very scare premature baby le..so thin and small size..hope can out from hospital soon..got red egg to eat?haha

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    Thumbs up A True Gentleman's Birthday

    Happy Birthday, Wong Choong Hann
    On 17 Feb, badminton's gentleman turns 32.

    He shares his birthday with China's Bao Chunlai, Sweden's Magnus Sahlberg and Indonesia's Annisa Wahyuni.

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    Default Badminton: Choong Hann ousts Taufik

    "I beat Taufik in the Taiwan Open (semis) last year and I know I always had the chance to win against him. Even when I was trailing by a distance in the second game, I fought back as I knew the opportunity was there to finish the match in straight games," said Choong Hann.

    "I'm happy to be able to still make a final but I will be the underdog against Chong Wei tomorrow (today). I lost to him in the Macau Open final last year but will put up a decent fight this time."

    http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/osdosdvoi/Article

    it take my time to dig out this dusted old thread

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