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    Quote Originally Posted by Zabee View Post
    we surely can't predict what will happen in future..
    Even if LCW dont win, he is still our champion and very rich enough to take WMC for a nice n romantic honeymoon when they get married

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    This is what LCW have to say about his defeat in QF to SDK....I can feel his sadness...poor LCW...sigh

    China Press : link http://www.chinapress.com.my/content...15ssa39a18.txt

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    I have tried every things, defences, nets, smashes...just can get thru him. I jusst have to accept this reality. A lost is a lost, I have nothing to say, really, I just didnt play what i shd have, and Sony did control the whole match, i cant do any things....my defends and nets were bad, I was totally blanck at the end of the match....I didnt play my game, i was weak at times....didnt utilise most of the chances given..........

    Sony was not at his super form, its myself who play very badly...although i managed to win a few international titles, but i still unable to make a break thru for a major title........I am speechless.....dont know what to do...
    I seriously feel sad for LCW... Age is definitely not on his side, I do not hope as one of the Malaysian best single players, he will end up without winning any major title.....

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    More credit should have been given to Sony. LCW didn't play badly. LCW doesn't really have "off-days" when he just makes UEs for no apparent reason. There is always a reason for LCW errors. In this case, it was because Sony WAS at his super form, forcing LCW to go for shots that weren't on, and attempting winners far too early in the point.

    As LCW said at the beginning, he just couldn't get through Sony. Why couldn't LCW just say, "Like WC 07, Sony was just too good on the day". Cos that's the clear simple truth.

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    he can still nail the big ones.... but all he needs it's a bit of luck

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    Post Chong Weis biggest threat on the big stage is himself

    In The Star today about DLCW.

    Tuesday August 18, 2009
    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...567&sec=sports

    Chong Weis biggest threat on the big stage is himself

    THE World Championships in Hyderabad went on smoothly despite an alleged terrorist threat and fears of the spread of the flu (H1N1) virus.

    But in competition, Malaysias world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei, who was seen as Malaysias great hope to nail the elusive world championship title, did not survive a threat from within himself and bowed out tamely again to Indonesian Sony Dwi Kuncoro, this time in the quarter-finals.

    Coach Misbun Sidek said that his worst fear came true when the 27-year-old Chong Wei could not handle the high expectations on him and lost focus in his eagerness to win so badly for the country.

    This has been the only concern of the coaches. He has all the skills and techniques but what goes through his mind during a match is beyond the control of anyone, except himself, said Misbun.

    The result was disappointing indeed, considering that the coaches and the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) had met all of Chong Weis demand to prevent him from getting distracted in the few months in the run-up to the championships.

    Chong Wei went to South Korea for a 10-day stint. He also had the full assistance of sports psychologist Frederick Tan.

    In fact, he even had a suite for himself in Hyderabad. All these were done in a bid to help him stay focused.

    The coaches defended that Chong Wei tried his best but if only he had shown more aggression or better fight in his game. Chong Wei knew more was expected of him. He did take the responsibility of his failure and has promised to come out of the disappointment with better performances. One has to be fair to Chong Wei. It is not easy being the only player to be depended on for honours, year after year.

    The back-up shuttlers are still not up to the mark and hopefully, the new coach, Hendrawan of Indonesia, can turn things around for Malaysia.

    China had more than one player to fight for the honours and it was underlined yet again in an all-China final between eventual champion Lin Dan and Chen Jin.

    The doubles department also failed to end the barren run for Malaysia in the championships with Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong and Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari-Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif coming narrowly close to making it an all-Malaysian final.

    It was also a disappointing outing for the world No. 1 womens pair of Chin Eei Hui-Wong Pei Tty. They failed to reach the quarter-finals of the championships for the first time in four outings. And they are still hounded by their lack of consistency.

    National doubles chief coach Rexy Mainaky said: Winning and losing are part and parcel of the game.

    What is important is to learn from the defeat and come out as stronger players.

    If only Chong Wei and his team-mates were strong enough, they could have withstood internal or external pressures to succeed and become world champions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badders2006 View Post
    More credit should have been given to Sony. LCW didn't play badly. LCW doesn't really have "off-days" when he just makes UEs for no apparent reason. There is always a reason for LCW errors. In this case, it was because Sony WAS at his super form, forcing LCW to go for shots that weren't on, and attempting winners far too early in the point.

    As LCW said at the beginning, he just couldn't get through Sony. Why couldn't LCW just say, "Like WC 07, Sony was just too good on the day". Cos that's the clear simple truth.
    yes, the credits should be given to sony..this time loss, lcw didnt gave any excuses..a lost is a lost..and he also stated that sony is the better shuttler that day..

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    Sorry if this is the wrong place to ask , but do Sony in his super form during fight lin dan that world championship day .. ?

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    don't think so...just the usual Sony i used to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    My friend, only time will tell by the way.. its still not the end of the world or end of lcw's career now.. just look at lin dan.. during the og04, what happen? and after 4 years, what happen? only time will tell..
    Hello fren, if it did not happen after 2 Olympics and a few WCs and AEs, it aint gonna happen lah. Plus, LCW is already 27 while LD is only 25 and with Chen Jin & Chen Long being younger and improving, it is gonna take more than a miracle to see LCW landing a major title.

    Dont hold your breath, ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Boxer View Post
    Hello fren, if it did not happen after 2 Olympics and a few WCs and AEs, it aint gonna happen lah. Plus, LCW is already 27 while LD is only 25 and with Chen Jin & Chen Long being younger and improving, it is gonna take more than a miracle to see LCW landing a major title.

    Dont hold your breath, ok?
    Age is not a factor, dude. as i said before this, only time will tell..
    just look at zhang ning and thomas laybourn for example.

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    ..Datuk LCW wins the 2012 MS Gold, he'll go down in history as the oldest player ever to win the OG MS title..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..Datuk LCW wins the 2012 MS Gold, he'll go down in history as the oldest player ever to win the OG MS title..
    is ok, as the badminton history in OG is quite young.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..Datuk LCW wins the 2012 MS Gold, he'll go down in history as the oldest player ever to win the OG MS title..
    Poul-Erik Hyer Larsen who?
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=21944
    Last edited by Badmintan; 08-21-2009 at 03:14 AM.

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    Default Oops..correction..

    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    is ok, as the badminton history in OG is quite young.
    Quote Originally Posted by Badmintan View Post
    ..sorry, i just checked and LCW will not be the oldest OG MS winner ever, should he win in 2012...Mr. PEH Larsen still holds it at 30 yrs old & 11 + months..LCW will only be close to 30 yrs old in 2012...Should LCW win it, he will be the 2nd oldest OG MS winner in history..
    Last edited by ctjcad; 08-21-2009 at 03:26 AM.

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    hope Lee C W can win it in London...

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    but macau comes 1st
    he will be playing againts taufik in 2moro's semi final

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    but macau comes 1st
    he will be playing againts taufik in 2moro's semi final
    May the best player win !!!!
    Actually I very hope that Taufik can get his good performance , dont mind if he win or lose . As for Lee Chong Wei , Malaysia Boleh! Lee Chong Wei Boleh!(and yes drift , I'm shouting this time , Malaysia Boleh spirit ..)

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