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    Default Who does "hard" smashes?

    Name players that u know that smashes really hard,i mean 'crazy'of all time..
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    1st place:Haryanto arby.He's sick.Most indonesian knows this guy for his crazy smashes.
    2nd place:Sigit budiarto.He plays double,n his jumping smashes were sick!
    3rd place:Fu haifeng.Plays double as well.This guy is well build n so does his smashes..

    U can name the best defensive player as well..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz
    Name players that u know that smashes really hard,i mean 'crazy'of all time..
    i name:
    1st place:Haryanto arby.He's sick.Most indonesian knows this guy for his crazy smashes.
    2nd place:Sigit budiarto.He plays double,n his jumping smashes were sick!
    3rd place:Fu haifeng.Plays double as well.This guy is well build n so does his smashes..

    U can name the best defensive player as well..
    What is more important in smashes is its effectiveness, not sheer power alone, especially in singles. If Fu were to play singles his smashes will be his downfall. On the other hand Haryanto Arby was a deceptive and hard smasher (not as hard as Fu) and his smashes were very, very effective. You can see a little of Haryanto Arby's style of smashing today in Bao CL-you cannot tell if he is going to clear or drop or smash either to the left or the right, until it is too late.

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    best defensive player... candra wijaya and sigit budiarto

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    Quote Originally Posted by dead_rabbit
    best defensive player... candra wijaya and sigit budiarto
    Forget the great wall of China, these guys rock!
    The number of times you would see them just continually lifting so that they could return their opponents smashes for fun!
    And then they'd just turn defence into attack and then bang, game over.
    Quite simply amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dead_rabbit
    best defensive player... candra wijaya and sigit budiarto
    Agree, but you would have to add KDM to the list to be fair!

    And based on the topic, "HARD" smashes, my vote goes to FHF.

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