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    Quote Originally Posted by Zabee View Post
    thanks...yea.. Lee H I is just unlucky
    yes, he was born in the era of lin dan

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    Have only seen videos of him near the end (supposedly) of his career, but the thing that struck me was his indefatigability and his composure. Very consistent, if not extravagant. This speaks volumes for his work ethic in training.
    Good luck to him on his comeback.

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    I love LHI's style of play! It may be a bit 'feminine' as a previous poster remarked, with him not smashing real hard and stuff, but it's still fun to watch.

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    Lee Hyun-il as 3rd MS delivers good impact for KOR Men's team following Young-dae absence.

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    Feminine? Please. That's pushing it. I have never heard any man with a touch game described as feminine and lots are known more for their placement and precision than for their power. Granted, Lee Hyun Il does not play as aggressively as Lin Dan, Lee Chong Wei, or Chen Jin but nor does he rely on defense and touch play as much as the big men like Hafiz, Bao, Sridhar, and Jonassen. Perhaps some of you are letting memories of his last two international matches inordinately colour your impressions of Lee. I found his performances against Lee Chong Wei and Chen Jin at the Olympics marked by an uncharacteristic lack of aggressiveness. Ordinarily, I remember him as fast, fit and sufficiently powerful, even if not explosive. Remember it was a line call on a Lee smash down the sideline that set off Lin Dan's protests in 2008. Granted, one shot doesn't speak for a player's overall playing style, but then neither do two matches in Beijing.

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    LHI came back to Korea National Team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by narnia View Post
    LHI came back to Korea National Team!
    Is this just for TC only....or ??

    KOR have very strong 3rd. MS.

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    I must admit that I was surprise with his level of play, really impressive for someone who did not compete in international tournament for almost 2 years. Plus he is 30 now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Evil View Post
    I must admit that I was surprise with his level of play, really impressive for someone who did not compete in international tournament for almost 2 years. Plus he is 30 now.
    I wish LHI could play for longer. I really enjoy watching his game. Very solid and superb control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wong8Egg View Post
    I wish LHI could play for longer. I really enjoy watching his game. Very solid and superb control.
    Yep...I do not know why he would not go to PRO....he loves wearing Ed Hardy's stuff too...

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    to be honest ed hardy is overpriced....btw...i always wonder why so many korean players go "missing" after a while...I remember park tae sang...after olympics he just went missing...and also lee jae jin...went without a sound...low profile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by **KZ** View Post
    to be honest ed hardy is overpriced....btw...i always wonder why so many korean players go "missing" after a while...I remember park tae sang...after olympics he just went missing...and also lee jae jin...went without a sound...low profile?
    well
    korea have different culture
    they aim for olympic
    other is just the preparation for them to strike in og
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    after og
    player just retired

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    Some recent photos of Lee Hyun Il winning in Korea: here and here.

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    noted that some current Korean National Player still using Yonex ~~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zabee View Post
    noted that some current Korean National Player still using Yonex ~~
    Just in their own national games or local tournament.. but not INTERNATIONAL tournament.

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    By the way, LHI will participate in the asian games according to his coach

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    hmmm..... mesage noted

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