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    congratulations to WPT/CEH
    our defence is too good...
    going left and right
    but smash, too bad like water pistol
    while china is AK47..
    maybe they should work on this area...

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    Quote Originally Posted by badylife View Post
    best performer as in best results and the game score la.haha.reaching final n clsoe game la.maybe u expect too high from then in this CO. chn pair is no pushover.nway i think mas wd can continue to do well in HO
    nope...their performance is better in FO final...against og gold medalist......
    i blast their 15++ unforce error is expect too high???...please reconsider ur comment on me...

    Quote Originally Posted by Koi^^ View Post
    Nice to see new faces for the WD doubles other than the Chinese girls

    congrats to the Malaysian Ladies

    been reading some interesting things here.. this is the first time i've heard of the 3g strategy...why bother to let the games reach the 3rd set on purpose. any athlete would be crazy to do that... win the 1st set... tire the opponents on the 2nd then lose/ or conserve energy (?) on the second set then take the 3rd set by storm

    and against strong opponents? come on.. if the opponents are really strong..what makes them sure that they will get the first match..and if the opponents are really strong ( China, Korea wd) i bet their stamina is as good as the two Malaysian girls..

    the only strategy/ option they should have is to give it their all and be consistent. Win it as fast and as hard as they can..fight for every point.
    i didnt agree with kak pjswift opinion...anyhow...not many years this pair can stand...hmm...3 years i think...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    nope...their performance is better in FO final...against og gold medalist......
    i blast their 15++ unforce error is expect too high???...please reconsider ur comment on me...



    i didnt agree with kak pjswift opinion...anyhow...not many years this pair can stand...hmm...3 years i think...
    i mean ur expectation is high for them to win this CO la.haha.dono y u always misunderstand my statement. anywa let d past be past.focus on HO now.n congrats wong/chin will be world no 2 this week

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    Wong/Chin just made too many unforced errors and lost to a more determined pair named ZYW/ZTT. Furthermore, it's always not easy to beat a Chinese pair/player in China.

    These two pairs will potentially face off again in SF of HK Open this week. Let's see if Wong/Chin can avenge if they were to meet again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badylife View Post
    i mean ur expectation is high for them to win this CO la.haha.dono y u always misunderstand my statement. anywa let d past be past.focus on HO now.n congrats wong/chin will be world no 2 this week
    hmm...i still think they have the ability to win this...after saw how they face og gold medalist in FO final......just...they gifted the match to better opponent...

    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    Wong/Chin just made too many unforced errors and lost to a more determined pair named ZYW/ZTT. Furthermore, it's always not easy to beat a Chinese pair/player in China.

    These two pairs will potentially face off again in SF of HK Open this week. Let's see if Wong/Chin can avenge if they were to meet again.
    hehe...agree to uncle robin...hehe...hope they can win...and not disapoint me again...

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    Hmmm, this result shouldn't be surprising at all, C/W beat Z/Z very narrowly in French semis (11-21, 21-16, 18-21) and Pei Tty said it was the first time they were playing against the new Z/Z partnership which gave them the edge to squeeze past them.

    So this is only their second encounter, which will make it a very open match still and I doubt either pair is more confident than the other. If there is anything certain, it should be celebrating C/W's consistency for getting into 3 back-to-back SS' finals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fivetwosix View Post
    Hmmm, this result shouldn't be surprising at all, C/W beat Z/Z very narrowly in French semis (11-21, 21-16, 18-21) and Pei Tty said it was the first time they were playing against the new Z/Z partnership which gave them the edge to squeeze past them.

    So this is only their second encounter, which will make it a very open match still and I doubt either pair is more confident than the other. If there is anything certain, it should be celebrating C/W's consistency for getting into 3 back-to-back SS' finals.
    ic.when did pei ttty say that 1st time they play vs ztt/zyw?in rtm1? ya,let's celebrate w/c conststency and hope that they continue to be consistent.i think so far oni them n lcw is very consistent.who would have thought that w/c will win DO n reach 3 consectuive SS finals.hope they improve more.wana c them do well in MO

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    good to c our ladies double have improve tremendously and it will be good for our future Uber cup

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12 View Post
    good to c our ladies double have improve tremendously and it will be good for our future Uber cup
    haha...future uber cup???the most...they can help for 2 uber cup only...

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    congrats to w/c.indeed they are consistent.though they lost, but they nvr give up. they shld minimised their errors which always cost them the dear title in JO,FO,n CO.if they x commit so many errors,they have won 4 SS title d.nway hope they look into that n improve.now they can return flick serve which is gd compare 2 in JO n FO.btw, i think they are really njoying badminton now.when ceh cant return d shot after a long rally,she just smile n so does rexy.they look very relax n i was surprised that rexy was not nervous even when they were trailing.all d best to the new world no2 this week

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    uncle robin...do u saw the miscalculation???...the CO1 points...
    I managed to contact the Events Executive and the following was the reply from him:

    Dear Robin,

    Please be advised that the points awarded for Wong Pei Tty/Chin Eei Hui on China Masters 2008 was CORRECT. Refer to World ranking Regulation below.
    4. Points system
    4.1. Players/pairs win points according to how far they progress in the draw of a particular event.
    4.2. If a player/pair:
    4.2.1. had a bye in the first round and lost in the second round – they receive first round
    loser’s points
    4.2.2. had a bye in the first round, won in the second round and lost in the third round – they
    receive third round loser’s points
    4.2.3. had a walkover in the first round and lost in the second round – they receive second
    round loser’s points
    4.2.4. had a bye in the first round, walkover in the second round and lost in the third round –
    they receive third round loser’s points.

    Please advise your relationship to the player / pair concerned for BWF record purposes.

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Thanks

    Best regards,

    Subramanian Manickam
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    Badminton World Federation (BWF)
    Note: Only 4 rounds were played in WD in China Masters.

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    "Please advise your relationship to the player / pair concerned for BWF record purposes." - Wow, Robin, they must be thinking you're the manager or family, haha.



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    Thumbs up Thanks for sharing a bit of info..

    Quote Originally Posted by fivetwosix View Post
    Hmmm, this result shouldn't be surprising at all, C/W beat Z/Z very narrowly in French semis (11-21, 21-16, 18-21) and Pei Tty said it was the first time they were playing against the new Z/Z partnership which gave them the edge to squeeze past them.

    So this is only their second encounter, which will make it a very open match still and I doubt either pair is more confident than the other. If there is anything certain, it should be celebrating C/W's consistency for getting into 3 back-to-back SS' finals.
    ..wow, thanks for the report; so i guess you were there chatting with or interviewing them during the recent French Open. Are you a reporter or a journalist of some sort??...We'd love to hear more from your wealth of knowledge about the players!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    "Please advise your relationship to the player / pair concerned for BWF record purposes." - Wow, Robin, they must be thinking you're the manager or family, haha.
    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?

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    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?
    not enough manpower?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowflake View Post
    not enough manpower?
    His reply.........
    Most of the events finishes on Sunday and to update on Monday is not possible.

    Usually it takes 2-3 days to work on the World Ranking points before it is uploaded for World Ranking on Thursday.

    Hope I have cleared your doubt regards to the World Ranking update on Thursdays.
    "All tennis matches finish on Sunday as well. If ATP and WTA can do it by Monday, why can't BWF?", I asked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    I managed to contact the Events Executive and the following was the reply from him:


    Note: Only 4 rounds were played in WD in China Masters.
    thanks...uncle robin...hehe...looks like uncle robin is a big character here

    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    His reply.........

    "All tennis matches finish on Sunday as well. If ATP and WTA can do it by Monday, why can't BWF?", I asked.
    agree...uncle robin...please say...have member in bc to apply job for tat......ask one month salary how much???

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