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    Congratulations to Boonsak and Thailand for the wonderful results in SO.

    For a non badminton superpower, Thailand have done well in having two representatives in the SO finals yesterday i.e. men's singles and mixed doubles.

    How come Malaysia, despite having full governement backing and excellent facilities we are unable to be up there competing with the best??? Something is really wrong with the way we develop badminton in Msia.

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    I think attitude problem..

    Ooh, the pictures are nice. really appreciate it! He's cute!

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    are there any politics in Thailand badminton?? are there any thai players sueing the badminton organization? how much does the thai government reward boonsak for winning the singapore open title? this hold the answer to the difference between malaysia and thailand. good for boonsak. great work!

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    lets not get into politics of badminton players and their badminton association lest this becomes one of the other threads that got carried away. congratulations boonsak for winning SO. i did not get the chance to see him play but knowing he beat lin dan shows that he is one of the top player now. all the best to him. i was just watching his match with taufik during the olympic semi finals. he was so frustrated then. taufik played him like a big brother teaching a younger brother a lesson. but now he is all grown up i guess. taufik better be careful. he he he.

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    boonsak looks good currently. he must improve if he want to win consistenly. he beat Lin Dan in deuce and he might not be that lucky next time. the best thing for him to train harder and harder so that he can beat Lin Dan in straight sets in the future.

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    i think he's doing very well considering he's sitting his Law finals!
    I suspect you can see how good he really is in the next few years after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Makkem_1
    i think he's doing very well considering he's sitting his Law finals!
    I suspect you can see how good he really is in the next few years after that.
    I thought he has graduated? After so long still studying law? haha

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    Maybe he's found a way to counter the Chinese tactics now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Makkem_1
    i think he's doing very well considering he's sitting his Law finals!
    I suspect you can see how good he really is in the next few years after that.
    He will be court master soon

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    There's no big deal if he takes long time to grad. He's got to play badminton and study at the same time.
    And OMG!! Boonsak study Law?? Not an easy one, really...I salute him!! Such a big contradiction for a sportsman to study Law..cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherlyn
    There's no big deal if he takes long time to grad. He's got to play badminton and study at the same time.
    And OMG!! Boonsak study Law?? Not an easy one, really...I salute him!! Such a big contradiction for a sportsman to study Law..cool
    yes, this Boonsak is a great guy. he cope very well between his studies and badminton career. he wanted a more secure future so he studied at the same time. no one can match his ability to play world class badminton but study at the same time. he will realise his true potential after training full time.

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    [quote=JaCk]boonsak looks good currently. he must improve if he want to win consistenly. he beat Lin Dan in deuce and he might not be that lucky next time. the best thing for him to train harder and harder so that he can beat Lin Dan in straight sets in the future.[/quote]

    Looks like beating the World No. 1 seems to be the benchmark. Anyhow, even if Boonsak doesn't do that as often as he would like, if he plays consistently well and win more tournaments, he certainly will be a player to be reckoned with. Getting to the top without any expectations is easier but staying there is another story. Great effort BP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joyous
    Looks like beating the World No. 1 seems to be the benchmark. Anyhow, even if Boonsak doesn't do that as often as he would like, if he plays consistently well and win more tournaments, he certainly will be a player to be reckoned with. Getting to the top without any expectations is easier but staying there is another story. Great effort BP.
    yes, you are right. playing consistently is important. Boonsak cannot expect to beat Lin Dan by deuce everytime. he needs to improve again in order to prove himself that he is really better than Lin Dan. everyone is eyeing on Lin Dan to lose and Lin Dan needs to maintain his composure at the top.

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    i think beating lin dan should not be the main goal. being in the top three should be his goal. consistently reaching semi finals and finals. lin dan is number one but he is human after all. he could not win them all but he has shown that he is very consistent. so the challenge is to be as consistent as lin dan. a lot of people can beat lin dan on their good day. and lin dan can beat a lot of people on his good day. so i will root for boonsak just so there will be a level playing field which in turn means that the MS will be so much more entertaining.

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    [quote=azabaz_ipoh]i think beating lin dan should not be the main goal. being in the top three should be his goal. consistently reaching semi finals and finals. lin dan is number one but he is human after all. he could not win them all but he has shown that he is very consistent. so the challenge is to be as consistent as lin dan. a lot of people can beat lin dan on their good day. and lin dan can beat a lot of people on his good day. so i will root for boonsak just so there will be a level playing field which in turn means that the MS will be so much more entertaining.[/quote]

    Well said. And it's good to note that some top players take it as a challenge to meet other top players because it's only then that they themselves can bring their game to a higher level.

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    I notice that on his left or right wrist there 're the yellow rubber wrist band that engrave the sentence "long lives the king"
    (all Thai players respect their king so much)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanisen3200
    I notice that on his left or right wrist there 're the yellow rubber wrist band that engrave the sentence "long lives the king"
    (all Thai players respect their king so much)
    SERIOUS? in english?

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