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    Quote Originally Posted by Chu Liuxiang
    In 2002 Malaysian Open, James Chua bt 6 Malaysian players from 1st round till final to grab the Mens Singles Champion. James bt defending champion Ong Ewe Hock ( who defeated Lin Dan and Bao Chun Lai), Lee Tsuen Seng ( whom defeated XXZ), Wong Choong Hann, Ismail Saman, Yeoh Kay Bin and another Malaysian player. James also won 3 out of 4 Malaysian local circuit champion in 2002.

    However, if I am not mistaken, in 2002 Malaysian National Grand Prix Final, The Mens singles champion goes to Lee Chong Wei who beat Wong Choong Hann in the final. And from year 2002 onwards, LCW is always Malaysian National Champion till now.

    James international results in 2002 should be better than Lee Chong Wei.

    Personally, I still think Wong Choong Hann should be the top Malaysian singles player in 2002 but difficult to rate the others. There are a few good players in Malaysia beside WCH such as Roslin Hashim, Ong Ewe Hock, Yong Hock Kin, James Chua, Lee Tsuen Seng, Lee Chong Wei and Hafiz Hashim.
    I am impressed with your knowledge of Malaysian players.Generally Malaysians are too critical of their own players.In this competitive world,with China,Indonesia, Denmark and Korea competing for honours,Malaysia have not done too badly at all.I am glad that you acknowledge the good players from Malaysia.Culturally speaking Malaysian players are at a disadvantage.They are a contented lot.This change,when Fang Kaishaing became a coach in Malaysia.For the present set of players they are fortunate to have LImao and Rexy.The players have to start think for themselves in order to be world class players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokcheng
    I am impressed with your knowledge of Malaysian players.Generally Malaysians are too critical of their own players.In this competitive world,with China,Indonesia, Denmark and Korea competing for honours,Malaysia have not done too badly at all.I am glad that you acknowledge the good players from Malaysia.Culturally speaking Malaysian players are at a disadvantage.They are a contented lot.This change,when Fang Kaishaing became a coach in Malaysia.For the present set of players they are fortunate to have LImao and Rexy.The players have to start think for themselves in order to be world class players.
    Before Malaysia getting any foreign coach, in 1984, Malaysia even lost to England in Thomas Cup hosted in Kuala Lumpur. When Fang Kaishiang came to Malaysia, things changed and we notice Malaysia's improvement and always in TC final. ( from 1988 till 1994 ). Players like Foo Kok Keong, Cheah Soon Kit, Ong Beng Teong, Soo Beng Kiang, Kwan Yoke Meng, Sidek brothers( Razif, Jalani, Rashid, Misbun), Yap Kim Hock, Tan Kim Her did some good jobs for Malaysia.

    This year, we notice that Malaysia has a very strong lineup in Mens Doubles, maybe the strongest in the world with 5 to 6 strong pairs that able to beat any pairs in the world when they are in their form. We hope to see some upcoming singles players from the junior team beside the Thomas Cup singles players. Malaysia has a lot of good singles players in 2002 but not so impressive in 2006. Obviously, China has the best mens singles lineup this year comparing to Malaysia, Indonesia, Denmark and Korea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chu Liuxiang
    Before Malaysia getting any foreign coach, in 1984, Malaysia even lost to England in Thomas Cup hosted in Kuala Lumpur. When Fang Kaishiang came to Malaysia, things changed and we notice Malaysia's improvement and always in TC final. ( from 1988 till 1994 ). Players like Foo Kok Keong, Cheah Soon Kit, Ong Beng Teong, Soo Beng Kiang, Kwan Yoke Meng, Sidek brothers( Razif, Jalani, Rashid, Misbun), Yap Kim Hock, Tan Kim Her did some good jobs for Malaysia.

    This year, we notice that Malaysia has a very strong lineup in Mens Doubles, maybe the strongest in the world with 5 to 6 strong pairs that able to beat any pairs in the world when they are in their form. We hope to see some upcoming singles players from the junior team beside the Thomas Cup singles players. Malaysia has a lot of good singles players in 2002 but not so impressive in 2006. Obviously, China has the best mens singles lineup this year comparing to Malaysia, Indonesia, Denmark and Korea.
    The answer to the strong doubles Malaysia have now is Rexy with the foundation solidly cemented by Pang Cheh Chiang.Pang is also the coach responsible for Tan Boon Heonng and Hoon Thien How wresting the World Junior title in 2004.Another good doubles coach is Jeremy Gan.Singles players are lacking solely because Rashid have been given too many players to train.Malaysian players need taskmasters to mould them into world class players.They need to be knocked some senses into their head before they could produce results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokcheng
    The answer to the strong doubles Malaysia have now is Rexy with the foundation solidly cemented by Pang Cheh Chiang.Pang is also the coach responsible for Tan Boon Heonng and Hoon Thien How wresting the World Junior title in 2004.Another good doubles coach is Jeremy Gan.Singles players are lacking solely because Rashid have been given too many players to train.Malaysian players need taskmasters to mould them into world class players.They need to be knocked some senses into their head before they could produce results.
    Rashid have been given too Many players? Rather it was him whom took in too many players.

    Rashid is still yet to be in the spotlight of the media. 2010-12 is a long way to go. They should start acting like the future national squad & the future national singles head coach. Not as a 'back up squad' 7 back up squad coach.

    Prior to this, I have never met a head coach so eager to release his best charges to another head coach.

    Its a strange world we live in.

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    MEN'S SINGLES
    Mohd Hafiz Hashim vs Nguyen Quang Minh
    Kendrick Lee Yen Hui vs Anup Sridhar
    Chan Yan Kit vs Kennevic Asuncion
    Jeffer Rosobin vs James Chua (MATCH OF THE ROUND)
    Mohd Roslin Hashim vs Agus Hariyanto
    Markus Wijanu vs Nguyen Tien Minh

    WOMEN'S SINGLES
    Fransisca Ratnasari vs Salakjit Ponsana (MATCH OF THE ROUND)
    Adrianti Firdasari vs Julia Wong Pei Xian

    MEN'S DOUBLES
    Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari/Lin Woon Fui vs Kennevic Asuncion/Raju Rai
    Rupesh Kumar/Thomas Sanave vs Songpol Anukritayawon/Nattapon Naktong
    Rendra Wijaya/Frans Kurniawanvs Albertus Susanto Njoto/Yohan Wiratama Hadikusumo (MATCH OF THE ROUND)

    WOMEN'S DOUBLES
    Wong Pei Tty/Chin Ee Hui vs Kennie Asuncion/Lili Wang
    Lita Nurlita/Nathalia Poluakan vs Yasuyo Imabeppu/Sachiyo Imai
    Fong Chew Yen/Ooi Sock Ai vs Rani Mundiasti/Endang Nur Sugianti (MATCH OF THE ROUND)
    Lim Pek Siah/Joanna Quay Swee Lim vs Wong Man Ching/Louisa Koon Wai Chee

    MIXED DOUBLES
    Kennevic Asuncion/Kennie Asuncion vs Jun Takemura/Yasuyo Imabeppu (MATCH OF THE ROUND)
    Yusuke Shinkai/Ikue Tatani vs Mohd Rizal/Greysia Polii


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    That should be in the PO Draw.. not on James Chua's thread.

    I have the impression that he is kinda egoistic. Yesterday's match he even told the coach no need to watch him play. Anyhow, misbun was watching him at the side of the bench with me. Misbun was not even sitting at the coach chair in the court. Not that he don't want to.. but James say no need. hahah...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    That should be in the PO Draw.. not on James Chua's thread.

    I have the impression that he is kinda egoistic. Yesterday's match he even told the coach no need to watch him play. Anyhow, misbun was watching him at the side of the bench with me. Misbun was not even sitting at the coach chair in the court. Not that he don't want to.. but James say no need. hahah...
    Really ? James is a true blue Sarawakian. They got attitude --- hopefully positive. James, show us your stuff man.

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    Mas players rocks!!!

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    OI..oi where is the result ot the second day?

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    James Chua Lost to Boonsak Ponsana. He played well... but Boonsak was even better.

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    Defeated by boonsak or Jeffer robinson? Pls detail

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricksakti
    Defeated by boonsak or Jeffer robinson? Pls detail
    ANTS said Boonsak -- so it must be.

    But ANTS, please post scores/results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    James Chua Lost to Boonsak Ponsana. He played well... but Boonsak was even better.
    Not entirely unexpected, considering Boonsak's recent form. Wonder whether Boonsak has completed his studies and is now a full-fledged lawyer? If so, he can concentrate better in full-time training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh
    Not entirely unexpected, considering Boonsak's recent form. Wonder whether Boonsak has completed his studies and is now a full-fledged lawyer? If so, he can concentrate better in full-time training.
    Boonsak has been around for a while now and he had scalped many top players -- he plays strong and keeps coming back : that is the best part of his play. If he gets a degree together with his badminton accolades, we salute and congratulate him.

    Boonsak is an awesome player !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh
    Not entirely unexpected, considering Boonsak's recent form. Wonder whether Boonsak has completed his studies and is now a full-fledged lawyer? If so, he can concentrate better in full-time training.
    After a long long wait, boonsak will be graduating this month!
    Finally! HAHA!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh
    Not entirely unexpected, considering Boonsak's recent form. Wonder whether Boonsak has completed his studies and is now a full-fledged lawyer? If so, he can concentrate better in full-time training.
    James Chua and Boonsak Ponsana are on different levels. "Not entirely unexpected" is an understatement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by X Ball
    ANTS said Boonsak -- so it must be.

    But ANTS, please post scores/results.
    Well 3 Malaysians, 2 Hongkongers, one each from Thailand, Vietnam and England entered the MS quarterfinals.

    Of the three Malaysians, only Hafiz is in the national team, the other two, Ayob Sainul Amar and Hashim Rosliin are not in the national training squad!

    Those national trainees under Li Mao, namely James Chua, Yogendran and Kuan Beng Hong (new tansfer) were knocked out during R16.

    Detailed results, which can be found on this PO website are:

    Hashim Hafiz (MAS) beat Kendrick Lee (SIN) 21-14, 21-13 (27"),
    in turn beat Anup Sridhar 20-21, 21-19, 21-19 (51")

    Chan Yan Kit (HK)beat Lee Tsung Tseng (MAS) 8-21, 21-18, 21-10 (52")
    in turn beat Rai Raju (US) 21-11, 22-20 (35")

    (This doesn't bode well for Tsung Tseng, I'm afraid.

    Boonsak Ponsana (THA) beat James Chua (MAS) 21-8, 21-12 (27") rather easily!
    in turn beat Jeffer Rosobin (INA) 21-17, 21-16 (35")

    Andrew Smith (ENG) beat Khrishnan Yogendran (MAS) 21-11, 21-13 (25")
    in turn beat Raffn Bo (DEN) 21-18, 21-11 (32")

    The Englishmen have caught up slowly, but surely!

    Hashim Roslin (MAS) beat Anand Chetan (IND) 21-18, 22-24, 24-21 (53")
    in turn beat Ismail Saman (MAS) 19-21, 21-8, 21-19 (46")

    Three cheers for hard-core veteran Roslin!

    Nguyen Tien Minh (VIE) bt Kuan Beng Hong (MAS) 21-11, 21-14 (30")
    in turn beat Kashyap P (IND) 21-9, 21-2 (20")

    NTM is now a force to reckon with, so is Vietnam!

    Ayob Sainul Amar (MAS) beat Sapkul Chananart (THA) 21-13, 21-14 (35")
    in turn beat Ohtsuka Shinga (JAP) 21-10, 21-9 (33")

    Kudos to another old warrior!

    Ng Wei (HK) beat Bhat Arvind (IND) 21-13, 21-11 (30")
    in turn beat Jamie Juno (PHI) 21-16, 21-13 (28")

    Not bad for the Filipino!

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