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    Oh yeah.. he has strong legs.

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    I only hope 12 months is not too long for WCH's will to compete. At his age and so much time, he might start having second thought. Looking forward to seeing him in Beijing 2008.

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    Me too, I really look forward to seeing him in action.

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    Yay! Really happy to hear about WCH, too bad he won't be able to come to Denmark this year... =( He's come here for the 5 last Copenhagen Masters!!!

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    He is recovering very fast actually. The teraphy that he is undergoing is good.

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    I wish him and Xia meet in the 08 Olympic Finals. That would be so amazing! They are two of my alltime favorite players (at thier peaks) thier style is so agressive and powerful. Exciting to watch. I'll never forget some of thier amazing defense and offence at the 03 WC Final.

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    I heard that Choong Hann has started light training. He will probably be competing at the Asian Games 06 in Doha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiro
    I heard that Choong Hann has started light training. He will probably be competing at the Asian Games 06 in Doha.
    I think WCH should be the better choice for Malaysia in Asian Games team events comparing to Kuan Beng Hong unpredictable performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chu Liuxiang
    I think WCH should be the better choice for Malaysia in Asian Games team events comparing to Kuan Beng Hong unpredictable performance.
    Uh-huh, totally agree with you, he is definitely better than KBH

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    Good news, hope he will not rush and take his time.

    I heard that the injury he got months ago is quite serious for a badminton player and it will affect their future career / performance. However, I still hope he can pick it up little by little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elwin81
    Good news, hope he will not rush and take his time.

    I heard that the injury he got months ago is quite serious for a badminton player and it will affect their future career / performance. However, I still hope he can pick it up little by little.
    snapping your achilles is the worst injury you can sustain in a non contact sport. unless you trip and fall and break your neck...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chu Liuxiang
    I think WCH should be the better choice for Malaysia in Asian Games team events comparing to Kuan Beng Hong unpredictable performance.
    Kuan Beng Hong's performance is getting predictable... It's no other than losing to unknown players

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    WCH can make some traning now but not competition...His legs is getting better and better....I heard that he would probaly be in Doha this year...Well...This is just a prediction...Actually this depends on how well he recover...Anyway...I hope can play soon..

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