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    Default Final test of Tony/Candra's superiority over the younger generation

    should be their match against Cai/Fu, the fastest and most powerful pair of the younger generation.

    So far T/C have already beaten most of the younger stars: Alven/Luluk, Kidho/Setiawan (So there is none left from INA), Chan/Koo (Best young pair from Malaysia), Lee/Hwang (One of the best from Korea).

    The new stars they haven't met: Paaske/Rasmussen (seems little chance to play against them in the future, even if they met, I think T/C should win easily since P/R is far from as good as they were in 2003 now), Boe/Mogensen, Jung/Lee (Somewhat similar to Cai/Fu, fast and powerful, but not as consistent as Cai/Fu, so T/C should also win comfortably), Cai/Fu (This is the hardest, and final test!)

    Let's wait and see their clash in HK open!

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    howard and tony have beaten cai and fu in denmark open before. So, i can easily conclude T/C can beat cai/fu as well.

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    But their most recent match (the only one with 21 pts system) ends with an easy win for Cai/Fu. So it's hard to say. I think T/C has slight advantage.

    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    howard and tony have beaten cai and fu in denmark open before. So, i can easily conclude T/C can beat cai/fu as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ye333
    should be their match against Cai/Fu, the fastest and most powerful pair of the younger generation.

    So far T/C have already beaten most of the younger stars: Alven/Luluk, Kidho/Setiawan (So there is none left from INA), Chan/Koo (Best young pair from Malaysia), Lee/Hwang (One of the best from Korea).

    The new stars they haven't met: Paaske/Rasmussen (seems little chance to play against them in the future, even if they met, I think T/C should win easily since P/R is far from as good as they were in 2003 now), Boe/Mogensen, Jung/Lee (Somewhat similar to Cai/Fu, fast and powerful, but not as consistent as Cai/Fu, so T/C should also win comfortably), Cai/Fu (This is the hardest, and final test!)

    Let's wait and see their clash in HK open!
    Tony (and Howard Bach) have beaten Boe/Mogensen before here @ the U.S. Open 2 yrs. ago(in straight sets). Of course at that time they were still using the 15 point scoring system. I think the 1 "younger" pair that will have another great chance of beating Tony/Candra will be Kido/Setiawan, which they came very2 close of defeating their seniors in the recent KO, if they happen to meet again..

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    looks like Fu/Cai vs Chandra/Gunawan will happen at the Hong Kong open if no upsets occur

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    Quote Originally Posted by ye333
    should be their match against Cai/Fu, the fastest and most powerful pair of the younger generation.

    So far T/C have already beaten most of the younger stars: Alven/Luluk, Kidho/Setiawan (So there is none left from INA), Chan/Koo (Best young pair from Malaysia), Lee/Hwang (One of the best from Korea).

    The new stars they haven't met: Paaske/Rasmussen (seems little chance to play against them in the future, even if they met, I think T/C should win easily since P/R is far from as good as they were in 2003 now), Boe/Mogensen, Jung/Lee (Somewhat similar to Cai/Fu, fast and powerful, but not as consistent as Cai/Fu, so T/C should also win comfortably), Cai/Fu (This is the hardest, and final test!)

    Let's wait and see their clash in HK open!
    Tony and Chndra are two best and strongest individual md players in the history of Badminton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    howard and tony have beaten cai and fu in denmark open before. So, i can easily conclude T/C can beat cai/fu as well.
    I correct you, it was MD final at copenhagen masters.

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