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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    and balancing another shuttle on her head
    I still do not see any shuttles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4MadMan
    I still do not see any shuttles!
    Sigh, and I thought you were a badmintonfanatic

    Obviously concentrating on the face too much - that's called 'tunnel vision'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung
    Sigh, and I thought you were a badmintonfanatic

    Obviously concentrating on the face too much - that's called 'tunnel vision'.

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    Default Milroy vs Chen Hong

    I just remember I saw Milroy play against Chen Hong.

    I was very surprised to see Milroy gaining points in the 2nd game. He did play some good shots.

    This is where I see Milroy's weakness:
    He is not fit enough to maintain the changes of speed during the game. It was obvious at the beginning of the 2nd game he didn't have much 'gas in the tank'. There were a number of shots he took too low. Although he played some good shots, quite few of those shots were 'ambitious' shots. They just happened to work well that day. Additionally, I think Chen Hong took his foot off the pedal.

    All in all, seems like Milroy needs abit of more the training routines that concentrate on changes of acceleration. It may be that he does those already, but there seems to be more room for improvement.

    Just like the girl from Australia - I saw her practising (which is how I got the picture). What I found very interesting is that after retrieving a deep backhand by playign a clear, she is very susceptible to a smash placed on her backhand side. I noticed she stands very upright after playing the deep forehand clear. This makes her slower in defending a steep smash aimed at the tramline of her nbackhand side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung
    Just like the girl from Australia - I saw her practising (which is how I got the picture). What I found very interesting is that after retrieving a deep backhand by playign a clear, she is very susceptible to a smash placed on her backhand side. I noticed she stands very upright after playing the deep forehand clear. This makes her slower in defending a steep smash aimed at the tramline of her nbackhand side.
    OK, when I see Tania (girl from Australia), I will give her your words of wisdom.

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