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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredlgf
    My fave is Yang Yang. He is simply... fooh!~
    ditto wilfredlgf, lin dan is cool also!
    p.s. i m a left hander too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by New_Guy04
    btw, everyone tells me lefthanders have a better angle when smashing?


    is this true?
    Not as much as I know. I mean they are just reversed/mirrored cmp with a righthanded, so physically there shouldn't be any differance.

    But.....depending on how the opponents shot is played it might be that a leftie will get in other positions, thus being able to hit in angles a righthanded won't have a chance to do. Since I'm righthanded myself and most of the time play against righthanded I'll play high balls (lifts/clears) into certain positions, often their backhand, but when meeting a leftie this will be *his/her* forward....you see were I'm going?!

    /mats

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    Got to be Zhao Jianhua, the ultimate player. Had all the strokes, best movement of all time and revolutionsied the jump smash. Rated amongst other top players of the present and past as the best ever. Has to be Zhao Jianhua.

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    if talking about present.... i choose Lin Dan (when he is playing 100%...eg. in TC)
    Bao Chunlai is getting better also

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    "the arrival of spring" is definitely the best one

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    Quote Originally Posted by badminfreak
    "the arrival of spring" is definitely the best one
    lol. yeah, i like his smooth movement+ angles he create +deception from his overhead shots... he's awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by badminfreak
    "the arrival of spring" is definitely the best one
    "the arrival of spring" ????

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    chun - lai

    he's awesome, imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jofianty
    "the arrival of spring" ????
    In mandarin, "chun" means spring and "lai" means come..so chunlai means the arrival of spring

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    Totally AGREED.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Beckman
    Got to be Zhao Jianhua, the ultimate player. Had all the strokes, best movement of all time and revolutionsied the jump smash. Rated amongst other top players of the present and past as the best ever. Has to be Zhao Jianhua.

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    what about peter rasmussen? 1997 world championships against sun jun...even though sun jun eventually ended up cramping in the 3rd...

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    I to have a love for watching left handed players, especially when it's men singles against a Right Hander it just add a new level to the play. And to answer the question in hand defintley Peter Rasmussen followed by Lin DAN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wirre
    Not as much as I know. I mean they are just reversed/mirrored cmp with a righthanded, so physically there shouldn't be any differance.

    /mats
    there's something about the direction in which the shuttle spins, and the slicing in reverse to what right handers can do means that some shots are not the exact reflection of the right handers' shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by other
    there's something about the direction in which the shuttle spins, and the slicing in reverse to what right handers can do means that some shots are not the exact reflection of the right handers' shot.
    Its true they will not be an exact copy, as the shuttle only spins one way due to the way the feathers are shaped (unless you can get lefthanded shuttles lol!)

    I dont know of any research that shows how this can affect the stroke/quality. Any budding Phds out there fancy a badminton related topic?!! Cheung!?!!(always room for another!) we could call you doctor doctor, like the jokes!

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    i voted 4 zhao jian hua..
    he is the best left hander ever....
    he is over head cross smash is a killer..........i don't see anyone else play like him.
    make u opp run for the shot........he seems like much enjoy making his opp run..seems like it is so easy for him to control the game.......................

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    Hoyer Larsen! No one ever played like him...

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    Anyone notice the lefties are close to the very top of the pack

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