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    Default MS ranking @ 7/9/06

    1 LEE Chong Wei MAS 38,763
    2 LIN Dan CHN 35,803
    3 CHEN Jin CHN 33,799
    4 GADE Peter DEN 32,749
    5 LEE Hyun II KOR 30,479
    6 JONASSEN Kenneth DEN 29,838
    7 CHEN Hong CHN 29,040
    8 BAO Chunlai CHN 28,145
    9 HASHIM Muhd Hafiz B MAS 27,784
    10 PONSANA Boonsak THA 25,880
    11 CHEN Yu CHN 25,470
    12 PANG Eric NED 20,232
    13 PALYAMA Dicky NED 19,740
    14 NG Wei HKG 19,700
    15 KALDAU Niels Christian DEN 19,271
    16 PARK Sung Hwan KOR 19,153
    17 PERSSON Joachim DEN 18,924
    18 AYOB Sairul Amar MAS 18,900
    19 SMITH Andrew ENG 18,337
    20 YEOH Kay Bin MAS 17,820
    21 WACHA Przemyslaw POL 17,495
    22 JOPPIEN Bjoern GER 17,403
    23 SANTOSO Simon INA 16,843
    24 ANAND Chetan IND 16,682
    25 SATO Shoji JPN 16,580

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    1 LEE Chong Wei MAS 38,763
    2 LIN Dan CHN 35,803
    3 CHEN Jin CHN 33,799
    4 GADE Peter DEN 32,749
    5 LEE Hyun II KOR 30,479
    6 JONASSEN Kenneth DEN 29,838
    7 CHEN Hong CHN 29,040
    8 BAO Chunlai CHN 28,145
    9 HASHIM Muhd Hafiz B MAS 27,784
    10 PONSANA Boonsak THA 25,880
    11 CHEN Yu CHN 25,470
    LD...still no.2
    wow...good job CJ..is not easy for a youngster to be in top 3.. will he replace BCL soon??
    BCL back to no.8??
    CY...i'm still waiting for you to be in top 10

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    Wow...according to the latest ranking in MD...Mas has five pair in the top 15...This is just simply amazing...I think Mas MD will definitely have a bright future...Rexy is sure put in a lot of effort.....Thanks to Rexy..Hope they will really shine brightly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cao ci dan
    LD...still no.2
    wow...good job CJ..is not easy for a youngster to be in top 3.. will he replace BCL soon??
    BCL back to no.8??
    CY...i'm still waiting for you to be in top 10
    hmmm, why didn't you highlight CH's name?
    disregarding him already?

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    what about taufik's ranking ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigs0
    what about taufik's ranking ?
    i think someone mentioned elsewhere that it's 31.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    1 LEE Chong Wei MAS 38,763
    2 LIN Dan CHN 35,803
    3 CHEN Jin CHN 33,799
    4 GADE Peter DEN 32,749
    5 LEE Hyun II KOR 30,479
    6 JONASSEN Kenneth DEN 29,838
    7 CHEN Hong CHN 29,040
    8 BAO Chunlai CHN 28,145
    9 HASHIM Muhd Hafiz B MAS 27,784
    10 PONSANA Boonsak THA 25,880
    11 CHEN Yu CHN 25,470
    12 PANG Eric NED 20,232
    13 PALYAMA Dicky NED 19,740
    14 NG Wei HKG 19,700
    15 KALDAU Niels Christian DEN 19,271
    16 PARK Sung Hwan KOR 19,153
    17 PERSSON Joachim DEN 18,924
    18 AYOB Sairul Amar MAS 18,900
    19 SMITH Andrew ENG 18,337
    20 YEOH Kay Bin MAS 17,820
    21 WACHA Przemyslaw POL 17,495
    22 JOPPIEN Bjoern GER 17,403
    23 SANTOSO Simon INA 16,843
    24 ANAND Chetan IND 16,682
    25 SATO Shoji JPN 16,580

    So if the top 4 seeded players make it through the semifinals, then Peter Gade will face Lee Chong Wei? I think that's better for him since he has a tough time playing Lin Dan or Chen Jin. Although Lee Choong Wei is better than these two Chinese players in some aspects, Peter Gade is able to deal with Lee Choong Wei's style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virusvoodoo
    So if the top 4 seeded players make it through the semifinals, then Peter Gade will face Lee Chong Wei? I think that's better for him since he has a tough time playing Lin Dan or Chen Jin. Although Lee Choong Wei is better than these two Chinese players in some aspects, Peter Gade is able to deal with Lee Choong Wei's style.
    No!

    The final 4 draw is like the following:

    Lee CW
    Chen J
    Peter Gade
    Lin Dan

    So Peter Gade has to face Lin Dan. I think that's a pretty good for him. Gade should be more confident to fight Lin Dan rather than Chen Jin.

    Lee CW should be happy too for facing Chen J instead of Lin Dan or Gade. In most recent HKO, Lee beat Chen J but lost to Lin Dan, so he should be happy then.

    On the other hand, both Lin Dan and Chen Jin will not be happy based on the same above reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cents
    No!

    The final 4 draw is like the following:

    Lee CW
    Chen J
    Peter Gade
    Lin Dan

    So Peter Gade has to face Lin Dan. I think that's a pretty good for him. Gade should be more confident to fight Lin Dan rather than Chen Jin.

    Lee CW should be happy too for facing Chen J instead of Lin Dan or Gade. In most recent HKO, Lee beat Chen J but lost to Lin Dan, so he should be happy then.

    On the other hand, both Lin Dan and Chen Jin will not be happy based on the same above reason.
    is that strictly true?
    i thought the 3-4th seeds get randomly put in either half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    is that strictly true?
    i thought the 3-4th seeds get randomly put in either half.
    Yes, what I said is true. Please check the posts I made weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cao ci dan
    LD...still no.2
    wow...good job CJ..is not easy for a youngster to be in top 3.. will he replace BCL soon??
    BCL back to no.8??
    CY...i'm still waiting for you to be in top 10

    Yeah, I prefer how CJ plays compared to BCL. Well done, CJ!

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    Didn't see taufik's name anywhere in the top 25 list. I'm laughing loudly.

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    Taufik doesnt bother about Rankings. He knows he can beat anyone if he want to.. so why worry.

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    Yep, I've not seen him play seriously for a long long long time. It would be funny if he beat the majority of the top 4 seeds and won the WC again o.o

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildstone
    Didn't see taufik's name anywhere in the top 25 list. I'm laughing loudly.
    Taufik will "screw up" the top seeded players ....

    Taufik is a blessing in disguise for the top seeds if he is not in their part of the draw. If TH is in the same part of LCW's, the LD will be very happy and the other way round ...WHAT A VERY, VERY INTERESTING and THRILLING "SHOWDOWN"!!!!!

    WC is about the test of mental strength!!

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    Default A bit off topic..My take on this..

    ..ok, i know we are in the MS ranking thread, not in the predicting who will win etc. thread, but since others are mentioning who will end up where, i will slip in and would almost "guarantee" that Taufik will not win the WC this yr. because of 1 simple reason:he's mind is not in it. Let it be from his recent foul-up(in HK Open), or him being a newlywed or he's won the title already, but i doubt his mind is in it 100%. Last yr. he was on a roll after winning the S'pore Open and i can see his mindset was there, just before the WC. This yr, other than his home-tournament(IO), which he won, he basically hasn't done anything much..However, i will be quite surprised if Taufik wins it again..

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    TH at rank 31st,seems he will face one of top 4 MS's WR. I think it's quite disadvantage situation for LCW or LD/CJ or PG if they meet the reigning champion in preliminary rounds.Undoubtedly,TH is a huge hurdle for them to advance into next round although TH's performance is not "IN" recently but certainly the aura of WC arena is differently comparing another bdm individual event.For TH to meet one of them, actually nothing to lose for him because his position NOW is underdog to retain the title (many bdm fans to underestimate him 'coz his lower rank). Let see the drawing tomorrow who will meet TH at early show??The top 4 hold their breath and nervous to know...

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