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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    agree...uncle robin...please say...have member in bc to apply job for tat......ask one month salary how much???
    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    I saw that. I was just telling him I'm just a normal member of BC.

    Another question I asked him was "Why can't BWF update the ranking points on every Monday?" Guess what what did he say?
    LOL, yup, ask the BWF guy, what would be the salary. Sandy or Kwun can come up with a software that can automatize the WR calculations

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    yea,i tot they use a software to calculate that.impossible to calculate one by one. or maybe the s/w they use is not as high tech as d tennis 1.haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by badylife View Post
    yea,i tot they use a software to calculate that.impossible to calculate one by one. or maybe the s/w they use is not as high tech as d tennis 1.haha
    possible, look at the prize money compare to tennis

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    Badminton: Gloomy days ahead when top shuttlers call it a day
    By : K.M. BOOPATHY
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    Women’s doubles Wong Pei Tty (right) and Chin Eei Hui are probably the most consistent Malaysians at the moment.



    AS China's back-up players were embarrassing several big names in the just concluded China Open Super Series in Shanghai, our second liners were resigned to do battle in the lesser known international challenger event in Kota Kinabalu.

    Arif Latif has yet to sparkle.

    Malaysia did win three out of the five titles at stake but the sorry state of our future prospects explains Malaysia's predicament and gloomy days when the current crop of top shuttlers call it a day.

    Kuan Beng Hong started his career in the junior ranks with World No 1 Lee Chong Wei and Hafiz Hashim but to see him winning his first international title at a satellite event is baffling.

    What is more disturbing is that younger players like Chong Wei Feng, Tan Chun Seang, Arif Latif and Chan Kwong Beng are hardly in the same class as Beng Hong which means the BA of Malaysia (BAM) must treat this issue seriously.

    BAM received a major boost when the government approved a RM24 million proposal to build a national training academy in Cheras but more importantly, the national body must look at the talent pool and plan ahead to fill the vacuum which will be left when the current batch are through.
    China used to be in a similar predicament with only Lin Dan their true match winner while the likes of Bao Chunlai and Chen Jin regularly caved in due to pressure.

    But now China have their young legion waiting in the wings and some have already started making an impact. This group have been impressive in all but the men's doubles.

    Qiu Yanbo, Du Pengyu, Wen Kai, Gong Weijie and Zhou Wenlong competed in the recent China Open and there are other back-up players including Chen Long and world junior champion Wang Zhengming at China's disposal in the men's singles.

    Yanbo has taken Chong Wei to three games twice this year while Pengyu upset Indonesia's Taufik Hidayat to reach the last eight in Shanghai.

    Wen Kai upset Denmark's No 3 Joachim Persson on his way to the semi-finals.

    Chong Wei himself has said that Zhengming, Lin Dan's training partner, is a player for the future.

    China's women's singles have been boosted further by the presence of Wang Lin, Wang Yihan and Zhu Jingjing who are regularly beating their seniors, while Cheng Shu-Zhao Yunlei should become the dominant force in the women's doubles next year.

    Malaysia's only consolation is that Chong Wei is still good for another three years while women's doubles Wong Pei Tty-Chin Eei Hui should be around till at least the 2010 Asian Games.

    The men's doubles is the only department which has several promising young pairs coming up the ranks and doubles head coach Rexy Mainaky's task is to turn them into world beaters.

    Even Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong are good enough for another six years while world junior champions Mak Hee Chun-Teo Kok Siang and Ong Jian Guo-Goh Wei Shem are the ones who can make it big with the right guidance.

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    Badminton: Eei Hui-Pei Tty won’t let top rankings go to their heads
    By RAJES PAUL

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s Chin Eei Hui-Wong Pei Tty are in a rare position as the top ranked women’s doubles pair in the Super Series standings for the first time. But the duo are not about to let it go to their heads.

    In fact, Eei Hui-Pei Tty have set a modest target in the Hong Kong Open, which began yesterday, even though they are the second seeds and have a good chance to reach their fourth consecutive final in the Super Series.

    The top eight pairs in the standings after the Series’ 12th and final round in the Hong Kong Open qualify for the Masters Finals in Kota Kinabalu from Dec 18-21.

    “It feels good to be on top for the first time but we do not want to look into our Super Series rankings too much,” said Pei Tty in a telephone interview from Hong Kong yesterday.

    “Our target here is to give our best and stay focused. We will not go wrong if we stick to this approach.”

    Pei Tty was happy that they have managed to maintain their consistency in tournaments. They won the Danish Open and followed up with runners-up finishes at the French and China Opens.

    En route to the final of the China Open in Shanghai last Sunday, they beat one of the South Korean top pairs — Kim Min-jung-Ha Jung-eun — for the first time.

    “We lost to them in one previous match and it was good to beat them in Shanghai. Hopefully, we can maintain our consistency in Hong Kong too,” said Pei-Tty.

    Pei Tty-Eei Hui drew a first-round bye in the women’s doubles of the Hong Kong Open and were not in action yesterday. They are in the same half as China’s Zhang Yawen-Zhao Tingting and Pan Pan-Qian Tian.

    The duo featured in the mixed doubles and had contrasting fortunes in the first round.

    Pei Tty marched into the second round with Lim Khim Wah after a convincing 21-14, 21-12 win over Baptiste Careme-Laura Choinet of France to set up a meeting with the China Open champions Lee Yong-dae-Lee Hyo-jung of South Korea.

    It was the end of the road for Eei Hui with Hoon Thien How. They went down tamely at 15-21, 10-21 to Zheng Bo-Ma Jin of China.

    The first round of the men’s singles and doubles will be played today and Malaysia will bank on top seed Lee Chong Wei and their top three pairs — Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong, Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif-Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari and Choong Tan Fook-Lee Wan Wah for honours.

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    congrats to w/c.they are now d officially world no2

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    YES...haha...applause

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    There is nothing better than ending the year with a bang. Congratz to them ending with year-end #2.

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    Most Improved Pair by a Mile


    Wong Pei Tty-Chin Eei Hui (left) have been the most
    consistent pair according to coach Rexy.

    WONG Pei Tty-Chin Eei Hui may have lost in the semi-finals of the Hong Kong Open yesterday but there is no denying they are the most improved combination in the national doubles squad this year.
    Zhang Yawen-Zhao Tingting secured a 21-13, 21-9 win over Pei Tty-Eei Hui but national doubles coach Rexy Mainaky wasn't complaining.

    Rexy, in a telephone interview from Hong Kong, said Eei Hui had been playing with pain due to a sore right ankle but still managed to hold on until the semi-finals.

    Pei Tty-Eei Hui had reached five finals this year and won the Denmark Open and reached another landmark when they became World No 2 on Thursday.

    "They didn't play as well they did in the Denmark, French or China Opens but they have been our most consistent pair," said Rexy.
    "Eei Hui has been struggling with the ankle problem and I've asked to go for an X-ray when she returns. She has proved she can play with pain unlike in the past where she just gives up.

    "I will recommend they play in selected tournaments only as this will give them ample time to prepare and also win titles regularly next year.

    "The top pairs from China and Korea used to take them lightly but they are aware of the threat from Pei Tty-Eei Hui now."

    Pei Tty and Eei Hui may have to skip the National Grand Prix Finals in Alor Star on Dec 9-12 if the latter needs a longer rest to recover.

    Their important objective is to aim for the Super Series Masters Finals in Kota Kinabalu on Dec 18-21 where they have a genuine chance of winning, thanks to their new found confidence and consistency. -- K.M. BOOPATHY

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    yes...most consistance pair...2nd set...commit 18 error...believe it or not???chinese pair just won 3 points by themself...

    still...i glad we have a historical high wd pair...

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    Sunday November 30, 2008
    Ankle injury a big worry for doubles ace Eei Hui

    KUALA LUMPUR: National doubles shuttler Chin Eei Hui (pic) will head straight for treatment on her ankle when she returns home from the Hong Kong Open.

    Yesterday, Eei Hui and Wong Pei Tty failed to make their fourth consecutive final appearance in a Super Series when they crashed 13-21, 9-21 to China’s Zhang Yawen-Zhao Tingting in the semi-finals.

    National coach Rexy Mainaky blamed the defeat on Eei Hui-Pei Tty, the world No. 2, playing in too many tournaments without proper rest.

    “The duo’s movements were sluggish. Our physician has submitted a report on Eei Hui and her ankle doesn’t look too good,” said Rexy in a telephone interview.

    “She will have an X-ray taken as soon as she arrives home.” Rexy said the four back-to-back Super Series tournaments over the last two months had also taken its toll on Pei Tty.

    “The Chinese were more consistent and played well today (yesterday). In the second game, Pei Tty was not in control. In this game alone, our pair committed 16 errors,” said Rexy.

    “Pei Tty is also feeling the strain of having played in too many tournaments. I will encourage my players to take a good rest.”

    It is fortunate that Eei Hui-Pei Tty did not qualify for the National Grand Prix Finals, which will be held in Alor Star from Dec 9-12.

    They will now prepare for the Super Series Masters Finals to be held in Kota Kinabalu from Dec 18-21.

    For the record, Pei Tty and Chin Eei had gotten the proverbial monkey off their backs by winning the Danish Open in October.

    They followed it up with runner-up finishes in the French and China Opens.

    The Danish Open was the duo’s first title in six years.

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    i thought chin eei hui had recovered from her ankle injury? weird..

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    i thought chin eei hui had recovered from her ankle injury? weird..
    no,
    keep on playing in the competition, as a result.....not enuf rest.......
    how to recover?

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    no wonder they lost in SF of HKO
    and final of CO...got reason

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    i agreed...their performent very good during badminton game. Serious play !

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    Quote Originally Posted by DairyRon View Post
    i agreed...their performent very good during badminton game. Serious play !
    agree...perform very well...18 mistakes in 2nd set of hko semis...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    agree...perform very well...18 mistakes in 2nd set of hko semis...
    Lose never mind but their performent really GOOD

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