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Thread: Lee Chong Wei ( 李宗伟 )
02-10-2011, 08:59 AM #5220
To me, LCW has come a long way from when he first became WR1 two plus years ago. Yet many MAS fans are still fixated on his former image. Each time he lost to LD, they say all sorts of the same old adjectives about him. They seem blind to his progress. Look, LD knows he has a progressively smaller window of opportunity to defeat LCW the next time they meet. In AG10, that happened at the start of G3. In KO11, that occurred in the end stage of G3. LD has to take advantage of these tiny windows to rake up quick points to win. If LCW did not reflect on how that happened to prevent future opportunities for LD and become more aware of LD's desperation, then LCW is stupid. These patterns are now so clear.
And now LD needs five escorts to help him deal with LCW. I think simple and mathematically. On that basis, in an indirect manner, CHN coaches are indicating LCW is superior. Of course that is no guarantee of a win.
And that talk about not apologizing for net cord wins. Either LCW is too focused to apologise or it s not luck. Look at his skill level,there s a high chance it s not luck.
Of course LD is also improving (especially in reading LCW's body language) but his stamina now is suspect. That's LD's main worry.
Can you imagine if I don't offer another perspective? MAS fans may just baa like sheep.
That s not good for your MAS badminton if you can't see your top guy's continued progress. Or even your other MAS MS. Continued improvement is the key to success.
Surely you MAS fans are sharper than the CTC of BAM?
02-14-2011, 06:29 PM #5221
Attn BAM: I just found the psych coach for LCW!
I have just found the perfect candidate for mental/psychological toughness training for Lee Chong Wei. Now he will be unbeatable, and unstoppable, and will sweep everyone in front of him!!
By The Associated Press | The Canadian Press – Sun, 13 Feb 10:53 PM EST
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - A woman in a jungle region of northern Malaysia rescued her husband from a tiger attack by clubbing the beast on its head with a large wooden soup ladle and chasing it away, police said Monday.
The tiger pounced on Tambun Gediu while he was hunting squirrels Saturday near his home in a jungle settlement of the Jahai tribe, a police official in Malaysia's Perak state said on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to make public statements.
Tambun's 55-year-old wife, Han Besau, rushed out when she heard his screams and struck the tiger on its head with a kitchen ladle, causing it to flee immediately, the official said.
Tambun was receiving treatment at a hospital for lacerations on his face and legs. He told Malaysian media that he first tried to escape by climbing a tree, but the tiger dragged him down.
"I was terrified and I used all my strength to punch the animal in the face, but it would not budge," the New Straits Times newspaper quoted him as saying. "I had to wrestle with it to keep its jaws away from me, and it would have clawed me to death if my wife had not arrived."
Shabrina Shariff, the state's wildlife department director, told The Star daily that wildlife rangers planned to track down the tiger and chase it deeper into the jungle, where there were no human inhabitants.
02-14-2011, 09:36 PM #5222
I watched the replay of Korea SS MS final... LCW is really closing the gap with LD... and if LCW doesn't get cold feet in big tourneys, I think he has a good chance to turn the table against LD.... Let's hope he will win the elusive WC and defend his AE title... boleh?
02-14-2011, 10:05 PM #5223
However, LD in that tournament didn't look up to his usual self, on the final and the games against Taufik and Simon.
02-15-2011, 12:22 AM #5224
To post 5222 & 5223,
I suppose we are all watching the same video clips
02-15-2011, 01:50 AM #5225
02-15-2011, 01:55 AM #5226
if that woman capable of something, certainly not as psychologist, but she can replace LCW to beat LD, with her kitchen ladle
02-15-2011, 02:04 AM #5227
All this talk about psychologists, I don't think psychological counseling is going to help LCW to win over LD.
IMO, I believe the personality and psychogical makeup of a person is inborn and can't be changed much. In terms of being more aggressive, ability to perform under pressure, mental strength and stamina, etc. All these things that are evident in LD but just slightly lacking in LCW, sorry to say.
02-15-2011, 02:05 AM #5228
02-15-2011, 02:09 AM #5229
LCW can IMO learn a few things from that single episode.
02-15-2011, 02:13 AM #5230
02-15-2011, 04:59 AM #5231
something off topic if we mention psychology,
Saddam, hitler ... are some good psychologists,
just look at those people below them ...
Lol.. they are good in changing people ..
02-15-2011, 07:35 AM #5232
tried hypnotism? bomoh..wakaka...
Put the old lady infront of lcw and he will retreat like a mouse... haha.
02-15-2011, 09:47 AM #5233
LCW will play at INA Super League..join SGS Elektrik club..Nice..! will be at the same club with his friends, TH.
02-15-2011, 05:15 PM #5234
02-16-2011, 07:26 PM #5235
02-17-2011, 02:05 AM #5236
Indonesian stint for Lee
LEE Chong Wei will join forces with friend and rival Taufik Hidayat at the SGS PLN Bandung club when he competes in the Indonesian Badminton Super League in Surabaya on Feb 20-26.
However, Chong Wei will only play on the last two days of the league since he will be defending his National Grand Prix title in Kuala Terengganu between tomorrow and Monday.
BA of Malaysia (BAM) general manager Kenny Goh confirmed Chong Wei's entry for the league and said the shuttler has been seeking permission for the last two weeks after being invited by Taufik.
"Chong Wei will be competing in the Indonesian Super League after the National GP Finals. Chong Wei said he wanted to help Taufik and his club to win the league," said Goh.
"He has promised that his training will not be affected as he will only play two matches."
Taufik had mentioned two weeks ago that SGS Bandung had tried to lure Chong Wei and China's Lin Dan but were unable to secure their services.
However, Taufik's good relationship with Chong Wei not only attracted the World No 1 but will now also make SGS Bandung favourites in the men's team championship.
Bandung's other notable players are Tommy Sugiarto and Alamsyah Yunus in the singles while Flandy Limpele-Hendra Gunawan and Singapore's Hendra Wijaya-Chaiyut Triyachart will boost the doubles.
Two other Malaysians -- Hafiz Hashim and Wong Choong Hann -- will play for Musica Champions Kudus coached by former world champion Haryanto Arbi.
Defending champions Jayaraya Suryanaga Surabaya, who won the inaugural league in 2007, are among the title contenders while Djarum Kudus, Tangkas Alfamart Jakarta, Jaya Raya Jakarta and Mutiara Bandung are the other clubs vying for the title.
Chong Wei's involvement in the Indonesia Super League makes him the only top class player who will be competing in two professional leagues abroad. He is also also down to play in the China League for Guangzhou after next month's All England. Doubles player Koo Kien Keat will be the first to see action in the China league as he will represent Guangzhou when the league begins today.
Kien Keat and Tan Boon Heong were supposed to play for Guangzhou but the latter qualified for the National Grand Prix Finals with Hoon Thien How.
The China league is lucrative as players are expected to earn as much as RM50,000 per match with foreign players or pairs expected to play up to four matches throughout the league.
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