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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..it was the MD event that's played first, instead of the MS??....aaahhh...
    I think it's safe to say, winning the 1st pt is crucial; however, it doesn't or might not have to come from LCW/MS event.
    oh really?? i thought it was MS to play 1st? so i remember wrongly? hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc View Post
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    winnie ... It is very true to say that, for the 2009 Sudirman Cup, LCW is required to win the MS. The best possible chance for MAS to defeat CHN is by winning the MD, MS and WS (in that order).

    IMHO, the chance of MAS defeating CHN (at the 2009 Sudirman Cup) could come from:
    Mens Doubles ........ 60%
    Mens Singles ......... 50%
    Womens Singles .... 40%
    Womens Doubles ... 30%
    Mixed Doubles ....... 20%

    So for MAS to defeat CHN, it would probably come from MD, MS and WS. But the chances don't really look that good.
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    MD's chances is 60%?? CY / FHF is absent ?

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    speaking about Cai Y & Fu HF they somtimes really peform inconsistently , i think in doubles (men) China still lack some extra ' kick "

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc View Post
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    winnie ... It is very true to say that, for the 2009 Sudirman Cup, LCW is required to win the MS. The best possible chance for MAS to defeat CHN is by winning the MD, MS and WS (in that order).

    IMHO, the chance of MAS defeating CHN (at the 2009 Sudirman Cup) could come from:
    Mens Doubles ........ 60%
    Mens Singles ......... 50%
    Womens Singles .... 40%
    Womens Doubles ... 30%
    Mixed Doubles ....... 20%

    So for MAS to defeat CHN, it would probably come from MD, MS and WS. But the chances don't really look that good.
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    you do have high expectation from the MAS MD. considering they are playing the olympics silver medalists in a not unsimilar condition, i.e with home support. my assessment of MAS chance to beat CHN will be:

    MS 40%
    MD 45%
    WS 10%
    WD 30%
    XD 0%

    taking into the account of current form, preparations, playing as a team, CHN at home and MAS past records of playing under pressure

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    don't forget home support has pros & cons too , either it help ya' or break ya' .....likewise football when Liverpool are on song nobody can stop them scoring starting from the game against Real Madrid how many goals they scored so far ( i lost count ) but unfortunately they were knock out by Chelsea in the 1'st leg at Anfield , so when you're not in the best of form & wrong tactic , it's hard to overcome the odds

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    Default Lee Chong Wei's Blog

    I'm not sure if these photos (taken from LCW's blog) have been posted before.

    1. LCW at 10.
    2. LCW in 2000.
    3. LCW and WMC in 2008.
    4. LCW won Silver Medal at Beijing.
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    hey robin, thanks. I'd never knew that LCW had a blog. aduh..

    Ades.. i think they really made sweet couple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post

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    The video of LCW's training is very welcome.
    I am very impressed by the attitude of LCW in training. His schedule is very tough and it takes a lot of discipline to be so regimented. Aerobics, pumping iron, crunches, sit-ups, push-ups,etc., and sparring against a few shuttlers all together are no picnics in the park. LCW really deserves his achievements and I wish him well.




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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    great find. In this video, u can see the determination and hard work of chong wei

    thanks for sharing. great video!

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    What a "WAW" tranning!!

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    & that's why many idolise him.........

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    and i think they did mentioned he wake up at 6.30 a.m everyday eh? cool..

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    more earlier then me.....................

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by skchen View Post
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    The video of LCW's training is very welcome.
    I am very impressed by the attitude of LCW in training. His schedule is very tough and it takes a lot of discipline to be so regimented. Aerobics, pumping iron, crunches, sit-ups, push-ups,etc., and sparring against a few shuttlers all together are no picnics in the park. LCW really deserves his achievements and I wish him well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    great find. In this video, u can see the determination and hard work of chong wei

    thanks for sharing. great video!
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    What a "WAW" tranning!!
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    & that's why many idolise him.........
    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    and i think they did mentioned he wake up at 6.30 a.m everyday eh? cool..
    ..his WR #1 is very much reflective of his training & discipline, isn't it??..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..his WR #1 is very much reflective of his training & discipline, isn't it??..
    yep, and that video explains it all

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    I'm not sure if these photos (taken from LCW's blog) have been posted before.

    1. LCW at 10.
    2. LCW in 2000.
    3. LCW and WMC in 2008.
    4. LCW won Silver Medal at Beijing.
    robin7 ... i always follow chong wei's blog .. but after 'road to beijing olympic' .. he doesnt active on his blog ...

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