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    I told you there were holding hands. I bet XXF is going to be angry... lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    I told you there were holding hands. I bet XXF is going to be angry... lol.
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    Do you think if the trained for doubles they could best cai/fu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    This photo is not complete as without Wmc...a complete couple...hehe
    ttymq reported a few days ago that LCW has a new girlfriend, who is not a badminton player... wonder who she is???

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    i agree... i think if he keeps on losing to lin dan in macau open, it will definitely affect his confidence everytime he face lin dan in the future... it's better for him to skip the tournament and regain his energy before super series final...
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    I think LCW will possibly withdraw from the Macau Open. It's not worth his effort to go there and end up being beaten by Lin Dan again. It will be his 4th defeat in 4 weeks!

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    Hmm..... maybe I might be alone with this opinion.
    But I don't think that LCW should be so good friends with LD.
    I mean, come on, that guy there is your single biggest obstacle to Olympics Gold medal, and you are buddy buddy with him so much?
    LCW needs to view LD as the enemy to be conquered!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    I think LCW will possibly withdraw from the Macau Open. It's not worth his effort to go there and end up being beaten by Lin Dan again. It will be his 4th defeat in 4 weeks!
    Why should he? It s not as if LD thrashed him in 29 min. It seems his family likes Macao so might as well earn some casino money. LCW looks like he s past worrying about losing to LD.

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    If you ask me. I find LCW is more of a simple person and LD to be a deep one.

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    Honestly, from ranking pts of view, being in Macau and winning it WILL NOT EVEN AFFECT LCW's current ranking!

    In terms of qualifying for the Olympics, LCW has already earned these big pts from 8 tourneys (excluding the lowest pts from the SF finish at HKG SS):
    China SSP 7700
    French SS 9200
    Denmark SSP 9350
    Japan SS 7800
    WC 10200
    INA SSP 11000
    Sudirman Cup 9647
    MAS GPG 7000

    He will probably be thankful for the 2 titles won by Lin Dan in the past 2 weeks as that pushes Lin ahead of Chen Long and LCW will definitely avoid him in the SF for the time being, including at the SS Finals. However, that also means that Chen Long WILL BE in his group and likely to be his SF opponent in future SS events (good practice for Chen Long for sure)! And if he can beat Chen Long, he will likely face Peter Gade (possible runner-up at the other group) in the SF. He definitely needs to reach the Final of the SS Finals so that he can earn himself at least another 10200 pts.

    That's why what he needs now to do is to fly back home from Shanghai tomorrow, take a 2-weeks rest before the SS Finals, and recharge his battery and fragile confidence. This is a better option than flying from Shanghai to Macau, playing a possible 6 matches there, and head home for less than a week rest before flying back to Liuzhou.

    January is another hectic month as he needs to defend the pts from winning the MAS SS (9200) and the runner-up finish (10200) at the Korea SSP. He will only have another 2 weeks of rest before those 2 important tourneys! February will be Thomas Cup qualification and March will be another important month where he needs to defend his title at the AE SSP.

    I personally think that LCW will only compete at the SS events (4 of them) between January and April.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    If you ask me. I find LCW is more of a simple person and LD to be a deep one.
    agreed. very easily observed from their media interviews

    i would even go so far as to say that lcw is honest and hardworking, while ld is shrewd

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    Maybe LCW will treat Macao Open as a holiday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    I told you there were holding hands. I bet XXF is going to be angry... lol.
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    wow! look at how much bigger ld's right forearm is compared to lcw's left!

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Honestly, from ranking pts of view, being in Macau and winning it WILL NOT EVEN AFFECT LCW's current ranking!

    In terms of qualifying for the Olympics, LCW has already earned these big pts from 8 tourneys (excluding the lowest pts from the SF finish at HKG SS):
    China SSP 7700
    French SS 9200
    Denmark SSP 9350
    Japan SS 7800
    WC 10200
    INA SSP 11000
    Sudirman Cup 9647
    MAS GPG 7000

    He will probably be thankful for the 2 titles won by Lin Dan in the past 2 weeks as that pushes Lin ahead of Chen Long and LCW will definitely avoid him in the SF for the time being, including at the SS Finals. However, that also means that Chen Long WILL BE in his group and likely to be his SF opponent in future SS events (good practice for Chen Long for sure)! And if he can beat Chen Long, he will likely face Peter Gade (possible runner-up at the other group) in the SF. He definitely needs to reach the Final of the SS Finals so that he can earn himself at least another 10200 pts.

    That's why what he needs now to do is to fly back home from Shanghai tomorrow, take a 2-weeks rest before the SS Finals, and recharge his battery and fragile confidence. This is a better option than flying from Shanghai to Macau, playing a possible 6 matches there, and head home for less than a week rest before flying back to Liuzhou.

    January is another hectic month as he needs to defend the pts from winning the MAS SS (9200) and the runner-up finish (10200) at the Korea SSP. He will only have another 2 weeks of rest before those 2 important tourneys! February will be Thomas Cup qualification and March will be another important month where he needs to defend his title at the AE SSP.

    I personally think that LCW will only compete at the SS events (4 of them) between January and April.
    LCW should rest more..... from now to early May, all he needs is to stay at top 8 ranking... IMHO, he only needs to play in the following:

    1. Masters Finals.
    2. Malaysia Open
    3. Thomas Cup qualification.
    4. All England..


    there is no need to be at No. 1 at all times.....

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    i think is better for lcw to meet ld as much as posible
    and i cant see lcw get any damage from losing to ld again

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    While there's no need to be No 1, he needs to stay at least in the top 2 to avoid Lin Dan in the SF. He also needs to defend his runner-up Finish at the Korea Open SSP and 9200 pts from winning India Open SS this year.

    Between Dec and August, he will possibly take part in:
    Dec - SS Finals
    Jan - MAS Open SS and Korea Open SSP
    Feb - Thomas Cup Qualifying
    Mar - AE SSP
    Apr - India Open SS
    May - MAS Open GPG (home event) and Thomas Cup Finals (if Team MAS qualify)
    Jun - Indonesia Open SSP (defend his ranking pts and possibly last warm-up event for LCW before the Olympics). There's also the option of participating in the Singapore Open SS to guarantee his top-seeding if needed.

    So, a total of 9-10 tourneys (including the Thomas Cup Qualifying and Finals) between now and end of June. Not too bad a schedule I would say.

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    i thought lcw said he will only participate 3 tournament in 1st 3 month of 2012
    and then play only one tournament before OG

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    LCW should rest more..... from now to early May, all he needs is to stay at top 8 ranking... IMHO, he only needs to play in the following:

    1. Masters Finals.
    2. Malaysia Open
    3. Thomas Cup qualification.
    4. All England..


    there is no need to be at No. 1 at all times.....
    LCw has to play in Korea SSP, it's compulsory. Plus has to play in Thomas Cup

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    I don't think LCW can say no if BAM wants him to play for Team MAS at the Thomas Cup qualifying round in Feb. Also, if MAS qualify for the Finals, he is needed. So, 2 Team Events for him apart from the individual tourney.

    3 tourneys for the first 3 months will be as expected...with the 2 compulsory SSP+1 home SS. As for 1 tourney before the OG...he also could not skip the INA SSP.

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