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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad
    Ha ha, you did it! Must have been pretty nervous though - an excellent game for all to enjoy (except poor JR & LP)
    An excellent game maybe, but.... err.. I could not enjoy it thoroughly.
    Too much tension, I stopped watching it in the middle of the 3rd game.
    Phew, what a match!

    Ya, congrats to Sigit and Candra. You are still the best MD pair we have!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ningtyas
    An excellent game maybe, but.... err.. I could not enjoy it thoroughly.
    Too much tension, I stopped watching it in the middle of the 3rd game.
    Phew, what a match!

    Ya, congrats to Sigit and Candra. You are still the best MD pair we have!
    yea...even my mom who's not really interested in badminton was SO excited watchin the match :O

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4MadMan
    Everything is relative. I should have said "relatively speaking", Fu/Cai are not consistent. When they play their best, no one can beat them. When they don't, just about anyone can.

    Fu/Cai are fast and furious but they don't have the technical skills of some of the others you mentioned.

    Just an observation.
    I think most of the younger pairs are attack-oriented (Fu/Cai, Markis/Hendra). They can win games against top pairs, however, they do need to beef up their defense, which is also their main weakness.

    Candra/Sigit have a really good defense, as shown in the first set of last Sunday's match. They were contented in letting the Danes throw whatever they may have in the first set and hope that their stamina will drop in the later sets. They may not be as lethal as before in terms of smashes, but, they have changed their playing style...to be smart and attack only when needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4MadMan
    Fu/Cai are fast and furious but they don't have the technical skills of some of the others you mentioned.

    Just an observation.
    cai/fu is very good at smashing (they hold the fastest smash) but they're lack of skill (like trick shots).. and they're not good at defense

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR
    No, I just talked to the national coach today!

    He said that he had some plans, but that nothing was certain yet!!

    JR
    Hi JR,
    Ever come across in your mind to partner someone like Tony or Halim or anyone not from the same country. Obviously not in Sudirman Cup or Thomas cup. But in any other open tournaments or champioship it should be possible right ?, or if you have to, declare as professional like all the tennis players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taufik-ist
    cai/fu is very good at smashing (they hold the fastest smash) but they're lack of skill (like trick shots).. and they're not good at defense
    Yep, just imagine if and when they polish their skills! They will be unstoppable. Regardless, they are so fun to watch because they jump all over the place and smash away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4MadMan
    Yep, just imagine if and when they polish their skills! They will be unstoppable. Regardless, they are so fun to watch because they jump all over the place and smash away.
    yes , thats the home work for the coach especially Li Yong Bo, as a former double player he must know a weakness of Cai/FU...still young and fast,the weapon only smash ? couldn't stay long must have tactics, comunication between them in the match....hope they could be bright in next year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by taufik-ist
    cai/fu is very good at smashing (they hold the fastest smash) but they're lack of skill (like trick shots).. and they're not good at defense
    i think cai/fu's problem isn't lack of skills. but lack of some smartness. they can play the fastest game, but not the smartest game. in fact, i think one of their problem is that they play so fast, they don't have time to think. they seem to be like the Koreans in the 90's. when they go fast and fast and fast. but the Koreans have to brains to back it up..

    case in point, i think it was 2003 Japan Open, Cai/Fu vs. Kim/Ha. it was one of the fastest MD game i have ever seen, and Cai/Fu was fast on both the attack and defense. the Kim/Ha, being Kim/Ha, was able to match their speed, and on top of that, beat them by making the right shot at the right time.

    and that's what missing with Cai/Fu, they try to beat their opponents with speed, but the top players are very much able to match their speed and at the end, it is the smarter side that wins.

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    can anybody give me the full results of china open?........i cant read all the pages just 2 know the result.Thanks.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbara
    can anybody give me the full results of china open?........i cant read all the pages just 2 know the result.Thanks.............
    MS
    CHEN Hong(CHN)
    VS
    BAO Chunlai(CHN)
    15-12 ,8-15 ,15-9

    WS
    ZHANG Ning(CHN)
    VS
    XIE Xingfang(CHN)
    3-11 ,11-4 ,11-8

    MD
    WIJAYA Candra/BUDIARTO Sigit (INA)
    VS
    ERIKSEN Jens/LUNDGAARD HANSEN Martin (DEN)
    17-16 ,11-15 ,15-13

    WD
    YANG Wei/ZHANG Jiewen(CHN)
    VS
    GAO Ling/HUANG Sui(CHN)
    15-10 ,15-4

    MX
    ROBERTSON Nathan/EMMS Gail(ENG)
    VS
    LEE Jae Jin/LEE Hyo Jung(KOR)
    15-10 ,15-10
    Last edited by janncyf; 12-01-2005 at 01:07 AM.

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    thanks!!!!!!!!!

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