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    PG, you are definitely one of my all time favorite!

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    which grip size he using g3,g4,g5 or (any one + over grip ) ? 3u or 4u?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gibbohr View Post
    which grip size he using g3,g4,g5 or (any one + over grip ) ? 3u or 4u?
    Quote Originally Posted by amleto View Post
    yeah, but he wont have had eu rackets for ages. international (IP is it?) probably come with g5 since pros tend to have thin grips... all speculation on my part though.
    Peter Gade uses 4UG4 DK coded racquets:

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    KKK, Gade and Darren Liew's Z-Force. Note that Gade uses 4UG4 (click to view or follow the original thread):

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    34PS...wow...very high tension

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    AE 2004 finals. LD announced himself on the big stage in England, and Peter acknowledged a new power in MS. Great game!


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    From PG official FB page:
    http://www.facebook.com/petergadeofficial

    Hi Guys, arrived at my home yesterday following a few days in the Olympic Village, from where I took in whatever I could from this very special olympic spirit..one last time..a lot of thoughts and feelings has been going through my mind since my game on thursday against Chen Long..my body and mind is exhausted right now and I need time and space to put all this in perspective.. Even though I entered yesterdays flight to Copenhagen without a medal around my neck, the past two weeks has been great for me in many ways...Badminton Denmark and all the fans supporting us, can look back on a great olympic tournament with a silver and a bronce medal!, on top of other great performances...For me now, the next 5 months is all about getting used to leave this game I love so much and have been a part of for all my life..thats not an easy thing to do for me...but I'll start trying.. and there's no better place on earth to start, than in my families summerhouse in the northern part of jutland together with my girls...Take care, and I'll be back before Japan Open...
    Thank you for everything Peter Gade

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    Peter Gade was the first ever MS player to win Super Series title when he win over BCL in 2007 Malaysia SS final
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    Quote Originally Posted by seawell View Post
    Name: Peter GADE Gender: Male Date of Birth: 14 DEC 1976 Height: 1.84 m / 6'0" Awards and honours He won the Eddy Choong Player of the Year award in 1999. (Athlete 03/08/99).
    He won it in 1998, becoming the first player to win the prestigious award. Camila Martin won it in 1999. http://www.bwfbadminton.org/page.aspx?id=14867

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    Peter Gade supporting the good course of Solibad with other danish players in rainy Copenhagen

    What a great player!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45hgL2wpd64

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    Standing ovations for Peter Gade
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    Published by: Pernille Fløjstrup Andersen
    Date: 10/18/2012

    http://www.badmintondenmark.com/cms/...33&pageid=1998

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    The great Danish star got standing ovations after his last match in Odense
    The first match was also the last match for Peter Gade at this year’s Yonex Denmark Open. Indian Sourabh Varma won the match 21-18, 21-14. Afterwards a disappointed Peter Gade told, it was just one of those days when things do not really go your way. In the first set he got down 0-5, but came back in the set, however, he lost it 18-21. The second set was close at first, but the Indian got away and won 21-14.

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    Last few points, and standing ovation. The Great Dane walks away.


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    Peter had a tough round against Ajay Jayaram in R16 at the French Open but he won through. In the QF he's back up against Jan O and it looks like another 3-setter beckons the marathon man...

    Keep going, Peter!

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    Peter Gade’s graceful swansong

    http://www.yonexifb.com/en/component...-swansong.html

    The organisers of the Yonex Badminton French Open certainly know how to put on a show and by scheduling Peter Gade’s semi-final against his countryman Jan Jorgensen as the evening’s curtain-raiser they were sure to pull in the crowds and create an electric atmosphere.

    The two Danes entered the court to thunderous applause and every point scored by Paris’s favourite Dane was greeted with wild acclaim. No stranger to this particular stage and feeding off the crowd’s enthusiasm, Gade was the first to find his feet, outclassing the young pretender Jorgensen in the opening set.

    The second game looked to be going the same way, with Gade leading for most of the way, but with the scores tied at 17-all, Jorgensen made a decisive move, putting on a spurt of energy that sapped Peter Gade’s 36-year-old legs and closing the second game out 21-17.

    The third game was one-way traffic and even though the public sensed that this was the end of an era, they continued to cheer the older player on, willing him to close the 5-point gap that Jorgensen had opened up at 15-10.

    Several marathon rallies seemed to take their toll on Gade, and on the second match point, almost with a whimper, he allowed a shuttle to fall in, not even close to his right-hand tramline, and all of a sudden, the Parisian dream was over. A collective intake of breath, and the whole audience rose as one to acclaim the fallen hero. Even Jan Jorgensen seemed embarrassed to have been the one to bring an end to this great player’s career.

    In an emotional post-match interview, Peter confided that he was very sad to retire from badminton “It has been a huge part of my life. I love the sport with all my heart. But it has taken its toll on my body and I will now be looking forward to taking more care of myself and spending more time at home with my young daughters.” Asked when he might return to Paris, he smiled and said “pretty soon, I guess. I love the restaurants here. It’s one of my favourite places.” As for life after badminton, Gade added “I’m looking at a number of options with Badminton Denmark. I might take on a coaching role, but I could also play an ambassadorial role for Danish exporters in China. We’ll just have to see.”

    Whatever he does, we’re sure he will do it with the same style, elegance and integrity he has always shown on the badminton court. Peter, the world of badminton salutes you !

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    Thanks Peter for all the great moment and wishing you all the best.

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    Thank you Peter, farewell.

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    farewell Peter Gade.

    rare to find one player who lasted so long and still accomplish so much. all the way from the late 90s, most of the players he played against have already long retired and move onto other phases of their lives while PG just keep going and going and going.

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    farewell Peter Gade.

    rare to find one player who lasted so long and still accomplish so much. all the way from the late 90s, most of the players he played against have already long retired and move onto other phases of their lives while PG just keep going and going and going.

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