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    Quote Originally Posted by quik_silver
    Is that his Yonex MP 99...? Or is it just some copy of MP 99 made by kason?

    Haven't ya heard of the new Kason MP99?

    Seriously, it's a Yonex MP99 with Kason logos in disguise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4MadMan
    Haven't ya heard of the new Kason MP99?

    Seriously, it's a Yonex MP99 with Kason logos in disguise.
    Woaah..I got fooled by that. What does kason sponsor him for? I doubt only the strings...

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    Quote Originally Posted by quik_silver
    Woaah..I got fooled by that. What does kason sponsor him for? I doubt only the strings...
    I believe it goes something like this:

    -China Junior National players are mostly (or all) sponsored by Kason.

    -CJ has transitioned from being a Junior National to Professional and is now sponsored by Yonex (as are all China National Team Members).

    -The picture(s) of CJ using the MP99 with the Kason logo was of a tourney in China and the Chinese want to promote Chinese branding.

    -CJ is used to his MP99 and doesn't want to change so he, like many other players, disguises his racket.


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    Quote Originally Posted by S4MadMan
    I believe it goes something like this:

    -China Junior National players are mostly (or all) sponsored by Kason.
    yep, that's right!

    http://www.kason.com.cn/en/star-9.htm

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    Ops... bad mood? Sleepy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie
    Ops... bad mood? Sleepy?
    Sleepy.. not paying attention in class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie
    Ops... bad mood? Sleepy?
    Aha.. caught napping during English lessons. That's why he's a little behind

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad
    Aha.. caught napping during English lessons. That's why he's a little behind

    I dont blame him.. you see.. the other students look bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    I dont blame him.. you see.. the other students look bored.
    English?... it's like Greek to them. Write on the blackboard 100 times "I must not fall asleep in English class"

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie
    Ops... bad mood? Sleepy?
    I'd be sleepy too...if I wasn't on the court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Sleepy.. not paying attention in class.
    i would if it's was a sermon by LYB

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    Thursday, January 19, 2006

    Chen causes surprise at All-England Open Badminton C’ships

    BIRMINGHAM: Chen Jin, the 20-year-old Chinese player who caused a surprise by winning his first big title, the German Open on Sunday, immediately caused another by upsetting the seedings on the first day of the All-England Open Badminton Championships.

    Chen did that with a diligently crafted 17-14, 15-5 win over Muhammad Hafiz Hashim, the eighth seed from Malaysia who caused an even bigger upset himself three years ago when he won the All-England title. It was probably the memory of this career-best achievement which caused Hashim to battle hard, creating a first game which was superbly fluctuating as well as am intriguing contrast of styles. Chen, full of lively movement and frequently trying to speed the rallies up with flat disguised flicks, fast drops and swift lunges at the net, took leads of 10-6, 11-8, and 14-12.

    Each time Hashim pegged the deficit back, varying the pace more and trying to ambush his opponent with fast jabs and sudden smashes. When he saved a game point with a tight overhead drop which forced Chen into the netting the shuttle, it seemed he might turn the match around. But there followed two long hard rallies which more than anything influenced the outcome of the match. One finished with a low hairpin shot from Hashim falling wide and the other with the seeded player’s net shot just falling back from the net tape. It was level pegging till 5-5 in the second game, but from then on Hashim found it hard to contain the energy of his young opponent, and when he tried to increase the frequency of his attacks his error ratio rose.

    Chen now looks to have a chance of progressing to a quarter-final with Peter Gade, the former All-England champion from Denmark who survived a potentially difficult first round with Park Sung-Hwan by 15-4, 15-9. Another leading Chinese player, the top seeded Lin Dan, created an hour’s tension by going the full distance in his opening encounter with Jang Young-Soo, a durable Korean, especially as the electronic scoring system which was being used for the first time failed to work properly, making it unclear whether the favourite was in trouble or not.

    He appeared to have a little to spare, despite the closeness of the 15-5, 9-15, 15-9 score-line, increasing the pace of the rallies during the important phases of the third game. However he may have worked a little harder than he would have liked on a day when most players were obliged to compete twice. However China’s two other main challengers for the title, Bao Chunlai and Chen Hong, came through with less effort, both in straight games. Bao, the second seed, beat John Moody of New Zealand, while Chen, the sixth-seeded defending champion, overcame Yousuke Nakanishi of Japan. afp

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    Chen Jin 10 - 2
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    Chen Jin vs Kasper Ødum, German Open 2006
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    great pics. thanks...

    chen jin, jia you!

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    Funny pic lolz
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    2 pics from SG Open 2005, Jin Jin vs LCW..
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