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    Default Best Left Hander

    Who's he best left hander in your opinion ?

    I dunnoe why but I have a natural liking for left handers. I had always liked to watch players like Lin Dan and Fu Hai Feng. But of all, I admire Choong Tan Fook most.

    I think the contenders for this thread should be Lin Dan, Lee Hyun II, Fu Hai Feng, Yoo Yong Sung, Flandy Limpele and Chan Chong Ming. Wad do you think ?

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    lin dan and bao chunlai

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    Bao Chunlai, not sure why exactly, i just like his style and his postures.

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    Do you mean current players?

    'cos if not, you've gotta put Poul-Erik Hoyer-Larsen in the list

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    Mr Bao Chunlai is no.1..

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    For Me too ... BAO CHUNLAI NUMBER ONE !!!

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    If the scope is widen you will see names such as the famous lefties of the 80s - Zhao Jianhua, Yang Yang, Xiong Guobao.

    My fave is Yang Yang. He is simply... fooh!~

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    Zhao Jian Hua !!!

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    Bao Chunlai!!

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    For singles my vote goes to Zhao Jianhua as best left-hander of all time. Xiong Guo Bao I believe is right handed.

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    doubles, i only know a few, and they are kim moon soo, yoo yong song, choong tan fook, fu haifeng... i'm sure there's alot more than this, but i just can't think of em rite now...

    i dun know any players b4 the eighties, so this is a very concised list (if u even call it a list), so yeah...

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    Quote Originally Posted by viver
    For singles my vote goes to Zhao Jianhua as best left-hander of all time. Xiong Guo Bao I believe is right handed.
    Zhao, yes. On the doubles side, Choong Tan Fook is very talented.

    Xiong is lefthanded as well. Viver, your memory must be fading

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    Actually i think Xiong Guobao is right handed because on a VCD (Master Skills from Mr. Xiong Gaubao) he seems to be playing with his right hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopui
    Actually i think Xiong Guobao is right handed because on a VCD (Master Skills from Mr. Xiong Gaubao) he seems to be playing with his right hand.
    Oh dear. I stand corrected. Must be my memory then

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    Gotta be Lin Dan for the moment. But it seems that his peaking time is finished after losing at Malaysia Open and the Olympics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredlgf
    If the scope is widen you will see names such as the famous lefties of the 80s - Zhao Jianhua, Yang Yang, Xiong Guobao.

    My fave is Yang Yang. He is simply... fooh!~
    I think Xiong Guobao is right-hander, my vote goes to Zhao Jian Hua, he is simply invincible. Bao Chun Lai is not consistent while Lin Dan is over confident somethimes.

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    Oh my, he is? I've grown up to the 'fact' that he's a lefty!

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