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    Dear Krishna
    Happy new year2007and good luck .
    Yours
    Harvir

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    Default Saina Progress in 2006 regarding

    With regards. I am happy for your constant touch with saina progress during the year 2006. It is all your good wishes that it happened . Please in the future also .Wish you a happy and prosperous new year 2007.
    With regards
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    uote=Carbonex8200LT]First Of All A Very Very Happy & Prosperous New Year 2007 To Every1.
    Well, From Past few days Saina is rocking on all Indian newspapers.

    so many articles about her acheivemants in first yr in Senior Circuit (2006)
    vow!! wid pics all around
    After Sir Prakash Padukone & Sir Gopichand's acheivement in International Circuit it is She who awakened Badminton again in India
    Year 2006 was rocking for Indian badmiton
    Wish All da best Saina For 2007
    May u acheive great heights
    Regards,
    T/\/@I<33R$

    Saina Nehwal



    Perhaps it’s more than coincidence that a mere shuffle of letters connects India’s tennis queen and the country’s badminton princess. But if the career graph of the former is anything to go by, Saina should brace herself for a bumpy ride. After exploding on the scene in 2006, the Haryana girl, who turns 17 in March, will be eyeing the national title (she has been runner-up in last two years) and the Junior World championship gold (finalist last year) among other international events




    Saina Nehwal: The year celebrated the birth of a new sporting star in Saina, who burst onto the international badminton scene with feats which no Indian woman shuttler had achieved before.
    Sixteen-year-old Saina won a major international title (the Philippines Open), stood runner-up podium at the World Junior Championship, helped the Indian team to a bronze-medal finish in the Melbourne Commonwealth Games and made some big names of the world bite the dust.
    In her very first year on the international circuit, the Hyderabad-based teenager was India’s top women badminton player, climbing a staggering 87 rungs in the singles rankings to attain her career-best ranking of world number 27.
    The Gopichand protege challenged the superiority of the nimble-footed Chinese, Malaysian and Koreans and showed that will and guts could transcend any barrier.
    Her scalps included Malaysia’s Sutheaswari Mudukasan and Pei Xian Julia Wong, Japan’s Imai Sachiyo, world No. 4 Xu Huaiwen of Germany, and South Korea’s Bae Youn Joo.[/quote]

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    Smile Happy New Year

    Quote Originally Posted by chikkubhai
    hey duuude carbonex..

    Happy new year and happy times for Saina.. Cheers

    Anyways I see you referring to Padukone and Gopi as Sir's are you at hyd coaching under them or what??

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    Krishna
    Once a Hyd Badminton player at IRISET, Tarnaka
    now a alaska badminton enthusiast
    Thanks & Happy New Year to u too.
    Well i don't practice @ Hyd.
    i practice @ Thane City & District Badminton Associstion [http://www.tcdba.org] , Thane , Maharashtra.
    I referred Prakash Padukone and Gopichand as Sir's , as a sense of gratitude towards them .
    I'm Not a Pro Player though, But a gr8 badminton freak [also a gr8 Saina fan ]
    I m Playing Badminton from 2 years only , i wished i would have started earlier , now curently taken part in inter-school level tournments, local level tourneys etc
    Glad to know u
    Regards
    T/\/@I<33R$

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Harvir Singh
    With regards. I am happy for your constant touch with saina progress during the year 2006. It is all your good wishes that it happened . Please in the future also .Wish you a happy and prosperous new year 2007.
    With regards
    harvir Singh
    Thank You & Wish you & your family the same
    yes, definitely we will be there in the future also to support & encourage ur daughter.
    its all beacuse of her hardwork , dedication toawrds the game
    & most important your support & encouragement which has made her acheive gr8 heights .
    plz Do keep us informing about her daily progress through this wonderul Forum

    3 cheers 4 saina
    hip hip huray
    hip hip huray
    hip hip huray

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    Dear
    Thanks for the greetings. Wish you a happy new year 2007
    Harvir

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    Best Of Luck For Malaysian Open 07 To Saina
    Last edited by Carbonex8200LT; 01-16-2007 at 07:47 AM.

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    Saina defeated Indonesia's current Junior National Champion, Sylvinna Kurniawan in the 2nd round of the 2006 World Championship in rubber sets. It was a close match, as both players are known for their fighting spirit, and could have gone either way. But we admit Saina is more powerful.

    This year, Sylvinna won't play as a Junior anymore because she will become 19 sometime in 2007. So, another good player that will compete with Saina for the 2007 Junior World Championship (yes, they have it every year now) will be 17 year old Maria Febe from Indonesia. She was defeated by the eventual champion from China (who later on defeated Saina as well)...

    Febe, like Sylvinna, is being coached by a Chinese legend, Fang Kaixiang. She did not win any 4 star tournament like Saina, but Febe did win one Satellite tournament. We shall see how well they progress after one year.

    Badminton is more fun when there are so many countries that have great teenage badminton queens...

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    I am happy for your critical review about Saina. Let us see the bestand hope for the sameto come.
    With regards
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    Thumbs up All D Best

    First Match Wid Judith MEULENDIJKS
    She Won :- 21-10 17-21 21-18
    Second Match Wid Mew Choo WONG
    She Lost :- 21-17 21-12

    But This is A gud begining 4 her 2nd yr in senior circuit
    as she became 26th rank 4m 27th

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    20th to 28th January, 2007
    62nd Interstate Interzonal & 71st Senior National Badminton Championships, Patna

    31st January to 4th February, 2007
    All India Senior Ranking Badminton Tournament 2007, Dehradun

    Best Of Luck 4 These Events

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    Thank you Sir
    Harvir

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    The hindu report
    She moves with measured strides. She hits the shuttle flat with power and panache, straining every sinew. There aren't many players who can play quite like Saina Nehwal in India. In the domestic circuit, women are not used to her pace and style of play. Junior National champion Aditi Mutatkar (PSPB) found the speed at which Saina (PSPB) played quite unnerving in the women's final of the BSNL senior National badminton championship at the Secretariat Sports Club here on Sunday. Her best was not enough as Saina, the top seed, raced to a 21-19, 21-16 to clinch her maiden women's singles title from three successive finals.

    A deceptive player, Aditi fought back from being down 1-7 in the first game to take the lead 13-12 when Saina netted a return. Aditi matched Saina at the net and from the baseline with some delicate drops.

    Initially, she created problems and was dominating the rallies. But once Saina started to get her drops and overhead smashes going, Aditi had no choice but to relent. When Saina is set, it's next to impossible to even contemplate defeating her. That's exactly what happened in the second game

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    Thumbs up Saina Nehwal is good for Badminton in India

    Hi Carbonex8200LT,

    Thank you for the report.

    I think Saina Nehwal has not only raised her own personal performance recently(in terms of her own World Ranking), but she has also raised the performances of many India's potential Ladies Badminton players as well.

    Well Done Saina... for everyone at Badminton in India !!!

    Cheers... chris@ccc

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    Thumbs up 21st In IBF WS Ranking

    She Has Came Closer 2 Top 20 in WS
    Her Current Rank is 21
    But Slipped Back in Doubles To 97 th Rank

    Congratulations 2 Saina

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carbonex8200LT
    She Has Came Closer 2 Top 20 in WS
    Her Current Rank is 21
    But Slipped Back in Doubles To 97 th Rank

    Congratulations 2 Saina
    That is awesome!

    I want to see more competition for the Chinese women... Indonesia will groom our own champions, of course. Then, we shall see who gets the 2012 or 2016 Olympic gold then...

    So far the Women Singles gold medals in from the four Olympic games that had badminton [1992, 1996, 2000, 2004] are distributed:
    1 for Indonesia
    1 for Korea
    2 for China

    2008... er... I think it will go to China...
    2012? Up for grabs!
    2016? [if they still have badminton as an Olympic sport...]

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    wooow, congrats Saina. Continue to make us proud.

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    31st January to 4th February, 2007
    All India Senior Ranking Badminton Tournament 2007, Dehradun

    Eagerly W8in 4 Da Results

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