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    Chong Wei Feng,

    A year has passed..
    Firstly, thanks for letting Erin and I bully you.. Every day was a another “Third World War”..
    Miss those days when we bullied you until you laughed like a happy man!!!
    All of us became brilliant cooks during the year, always busy preparing the ingredients for grilling, frying, baking, steaming..
    Besides cooking, we kill and faint a lot too.
    Although we're having a lot of fun with you, we're always here to support you, in your personal life and career.
    Today is a special day for you, hope you're enjoying it!
    Sorry that we can't go to Vietnam to celebrate it with you, but here we are, greetings from afar..

    Happy 20th Birthday Feng!!!

    One year older, one year wiser.
    May you be blessed with good luck, health, and happiness..
    Jia You in badminton!

    Regards from,
    Erin Kerrrin and Snail Mei Mei
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    ahh....thanks for the link yan. or i wouldnt be here to wish.

    happy birthday wei feng!! uhm, i have nothing much to say but all the best in everything. do us proud.

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    Happy birthday Chong Wei Feng! Wishing you all the best in badminton as well as in your life.Jia you!

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    GOOD NEWS EVERYONE!!!!!!!!


    TAN CHUN SEANG JUST WON ROBOT VIETNAM BADMINTON CHALLENGE!!!!

    He beat Ari Wahyu 21-16,18-21,21-14 in the final.

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!

    *jumps around with yannie*

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    So far..

    Lim Kenn has won Sri Lanka Satellite
    Daren Liew has won Taiwan Satellite
    Tan Chun Seang has won Vietnam Satellite

    *jumps around with erin who is currently offline hiding from the storm*

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    hahahaaa...
    wanna say congratz again..

    Congratulations Tan Chun Seang,Lim Kenn & Liew Daren !!!
    Malaysian Juniors Boleh!!!

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    Now go for bigger Goals... Super Series!

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    to those juniors that just celebrated their birthday, i wish all of them happy belated birthday and all the best in future! hope their hardwork get paid off and jia you!! all the best!! muAkss..

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    yES... YES......yESSSSSSSSSSSSSS~~~~~~~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! muahahahahahhahahahaaaaaaa...... MALAYSIA BOLEH.. palapapapa... i'm lovin it.. huhuhuhu... CONGRATS GUYS... MALAYSIAN LUV U ALL~

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    Next upcoming event is the "Cheers Asian Satellite 2007".
    Malaysia will send 73 players to Singapore on Tuesday.

    MJ seeded entries:

    MS:
    #3: Tan Chun Seang
    #7: Daren Liew
    #9: Beryno Wong
    #12: Chong Wei Feng
    #13: Lim Kenn
    #16: Chong Li Qun

    MD:
    #2: Vountus/Arif
    #3 Lim Khim Wah/Mak Hee Chun
    #6: Goh Ying Jin/Azrihanif Azahar
    #7: Razif Rahman/Au Kok Leong
    #8: Khoo Chung Chiat/Chang Hun Pin

    WS:
    #1: Julia Wong
    #2: Anita Raj

    WD:
    #1: Haw Chiou Hwee/Lim Yin Loo
    #8: Chong Sook Chin/Amelia Alicia Anscelly

    XD:
    #1: Chan Peng Soon/Haw Chiou Hwee
    #2: Tan Wee Kiong/Woon Khe Wei

    The draw is out: http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp....aspx?id=15083

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    thanks ya..... yannie! for your information..

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    Badminton: Maiden title for Chun Seang


    Chun Seang: Now aiming for Korat Sea Games spot.
    TAN Chun Seang, playing in his 26th tournament on the international stage, won the Vietnam International Challenge in Ho Chi Minh City yesterday.
    Chun Seang, the joint third seed, was a bundle of nerves early but took a grip on the proceedings to beat unseeded Indonesian Ari Yuli Wahyu 21-16, 18-21, 21-14.

    Chun Seang, 21, was denied the title by compatriot Lim Kenn in his previous final, the Sri Lanka satellite last November, and Ari Yuli threatened to do the same yesterday after the Indonesian had eliminated top seed Roslin Hashim in the semi-finals.

    Ari Yuli was gunning for his first title but Chun Seang, the 2010-2012 Project squad’s top shuttler, did not waste the golden opportunity.

    Yesterday’s win comes as a huge relief to Project squad head coach Rashid Sidek who has seen his players blowing away numerous chances, but more importantly, it is a psychological boost for Chun Seang, who has been persisting for three years for his big break and who remained stagnant after breaking into the top 50 last year.
    Chun Seang, the World 46, said by telephone from Ho Chi Minh City yesterday that he is now aiming to earn a place in the squad to December’s Korat Sea Games.

    "My target was to win this title as I badly needed it to boost my confidence. There was some pressure but I’m glad to have pulled through," said Chun Seang.

    "I will now push for a place in the Korat Sea Games squad and also try to break into the top 30 so that I can qualify for the main draw of the Super Series tournaments.

    "I’ll have a better chance of improving my ranking if I can gain direct entry into the main draw of the Super Series.

    "I’ll play in the Singapore satellite next week and hope to continue my winning ways there as well."

    Roslin is the top seed in Singapore while Chun Seang is the joint third in the satellite event which has attracted virtually the same players from Vietnam, which means Chun Seang has a good opportunity to reach the final again. The tournament begins on Wednesday.

    If Chun Seang does win again, his ranking is expected to move up to World No 38. The women’s singles title was won by Commonwealth Games champion Tarcey Hallam of England who beat Indonesia’s Maria Elfira Christina 21-15, 21-15.

    Results — (All finals) Men’s singles: Tan Chun Seang (Mas) bt Ari Yuli Wahyu (Ina) 21-16, 18-21, 21-14.

    Doubles: Mohamed Ahsan-Bona Septano (Ina) bt Cho Gun Woo-Yoo Yeon Seong (S Kor) 21-15, 21-19.

    Women’s singles: Tracey Hallam (Eng) bt Maria Elfira Christina (Ina) 21-15, 21-15.

    Doubles: Yulianti-Dili Puspita Richi (Ina) bt Ha Jung Eun-Kim Min Jung (S Kor) 21-15, 21-17.

    Mixed doubles: Trikus Heryanto-Yunita Tetty (Ina) bt Akhmad Tantowi-Yulianti (Ina) 21-17, 9-21, 21-16.

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    The success of TCS in Vietnam proves Rasid Sidek is good enough we can rely on his 08-12 project.
    TCS should be trained and play more like LD style, A good offence is always a good defence.
    TCS can play aggresive game which other MAS senior players lack of, except LCW. What he needs to improve is his stamina. Rasid and Fu KoK Keong used to trained this under Fang (his ex coach and now INA coach)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KlasseE View Post
    Rasid and Fu KoK Keong used to trained this under Fang (his ex coach and now INA coach)
    Just to be exact, Fang Kaixiang is PB. Djarum's coach in INA. He does not coach the National Team. Fang have also coached PB. Tangkas in the past... Djarum and Tangkas are badminton clubs in INA.

    Congratulations to TCS again! Awesome youngster. Awesome left-handed overhead.

    Let's see TCS vs. Andre Kurniawan Tedjono next time... Andre is 20, will be 21 this year. Basically the same age as TCS. MAS young star vs. INA young star!

    Unlike TCS who almost always breathes heavily by the 3rd set, Andre is so fit he doesn't appear tired at all. But unlike TCS, Andre does not have that awesome left-handed overhead.... So far that I know, TCS excel in power, Andre in stamina.

    Maybe they will see each other at the Thailand Open GP or the Philippine Open GP or... Indonesia Challenge in Surabaya! Come to Indonesia TCS, we want to see you compete with our INA Juniors some more...

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    ok i dont know what are all your opinions but i really hate it when i see people saying that.. hey, you know XXX player is under YYY coach and should be trained ABC way to go further. my personal opinion is that the coach knows what to do and although the player plays for the country, we have no rights whatsoever to say such things. anyhows, i personally feel that people who like to say XXX player should be trained in ABC way are kinda showoffs.

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    Such a rude interruption!
    I couldn't understand why he or she (from SIN) will use 'I HATE' and 'WE HAVE NO RIGHT TO SAY...'
    I like the way of discussion with Krisna (from INA). He is well educated.
    This is 'BADMINTON CENTRAL DISCUSSION FORUM' for badmintion fans to express their opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazingchaos View Post
    ok i dont know what are all your opinions but i really hate it when i see people saying that.. hey, you know XXX player is under YYY coach and should be trained ABC way to go further. my personal opinion is that the coach knows what to do and although the player plays for the country, we have no rights whatsoever to say such things.
    Actually i agree with you. There was one time i rarely visit this thread. Just because i'm quite annoyed by those stuff you mentioned.
    Last edited by erin_hakkinen; 06-01-2007 at 09:09 AM.

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