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    It's fun to play guessing game at the players' mentality. I tend to look at CY/FHF from an opposite perspective. The two pairs have only met twice and the World No.1 lost to a new combination which was considered a scratch pair barely 5 months ago. If the Chinese pair loses again this time round, it will probably months or even more than a year for them to recover from their mental block when they face KKK/TBH again in the future. That's why I believe the LYB and co. will psycho them to go all the way out to get even this time round.

    Those who have seen the film series of ROCKY would know what I mean - the no-hoper Rocky Balboa beat world champion Apollo Creed in ROCKY; agonized Apollo argues that Rocky wins by sheer luck and challenges him in ROCKY II; Rocky beat Apollo again and Apollo decides to give up challenging Rocky for good.

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    I tend to disagree with you totally. I do not believe the Chinese coaches did not psycho Cai-Fu into beating KKK/TBH in the AE 2007 - it was to no avail. as we had witnessed.

    And it is because of this (that it did not work before) that I believe it would be hard for them to be pysho'ed again and expect it to work this time. It is not a mental block in this case as you suggested, KKK/TBH play better badminton than the Chinese (simply much faster and more finesse).

    BTW, you are badly influenced by movies which are not real stuff --- the real thing is Stallone who plays Rocky is in trouble in Melbourne, caught with some banned stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by ina_for_china
    wish all the best for the chinesse
    Why people hates LD and chinesse>>>..
    CHUNG KUO REN JIA YOU
    Sounds you're very love CHN. Maybe major BC members 'hate' China because the Great Wall is too strong and hard to give other countries to taste victorious. But in sport world, sportivity is number one and for us all badminton fans just enjoy this game whoever will out as a winner!

    XD -- Can INA flag flying high in this opening match of final show today??

    WS -- Absolutely ZN

    MS -- wanna say, Simon RuaaRRR biasa! He showed brilliant performance plus good fortune (because LD gave up in 2nd set and I think this Chinese ace really injured) yesterday. Ayo Simon, selangkah lagi buat jadi juara. Just do it!

    WD -- Not sure.

    MD -- tetep Boleh, KKK/TBH as Rexy's masterpiece

    Good Luck Indonesia!

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    The 1st match is MS right?

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    The MD is the last match?

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelatby

    15 Jan 2006 -YONEX GERMAN OPEN 2006 Semi-Finalist

    22 Jan 2006 -YONEX ALL ENGLAND OPEN 2006 Winner

    12 Mar 2006 -CHINA MASTERS 2006 Semi-Finalist

    18 Jun 2006 -PROTON MALAYSIA OPEN 2006 Runner-Up

    25 Jun 2006 -CHINESE TAIPEI OPEN 2006 Winner

    23 Jul 2006 -Macau Open Championship 2006 Winner

    02 Sep 2006 -YONEX SUNRISE HONG KONG OPEN 2006 ĖWinner

    24 Sep 2006 -WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2006 Winner

    15 Oct 2006 -YONEX JAPAN OPEN 2006 Winner

    22 Oct 2006 -CHINA OPEN 2006 Semi-Finalist

    28 Jan 2007 -YONEX KOREA OPEN SUPER SERIES Winner

    04 Mar 2007 -YONEX GERMAN OPEN 2007 Winner

    11 Mar 2007 -YONEX ALL ENGLAND SUPER SERIES Winner
    you sorta forgot his loss to Taufik in the Asian Games, and his loss to Park sun Suwang (him, right?) in the second round of the MO07

    either way, that's 4-5 lost matches in a year...how bad is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yojimbo
    The 1st match is MS right?
    According to the schedule :

    XD
    WS
    MS
    WD
    MD

    Might have alteration though

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelatby
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    I tend to disagree with you totally. I do not believe the Chinese coaches did not psycho Cai-Fu into beating KKK/TBH in the AE 2007 - it was to no avail. as we had witnessed.

    And it is because of this (that it did not work before) that I believe it would be hard for them to be pysho'ed again and expect it to work this time. It is not a mental block in this case as you suggested, KKK/TBH play better badminton than the Chinese (simply much faster and more finesse).

    BTW, you are badly influenced by movies which are not real stuff --- the real thing is Stallone who plays Rocky is in trouble in Melbourne, caught with some banned stuff
    Strangely, you copied your entire reply for another thread and re-post it here, while I have already replied to you above reply in that thread. Did you overlook my reply?

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    go korea go korea!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yojimbo
    The MD is the last match?
    yes, MD is the last match. save the best for last. KKK/TBH plays in rubber set, perhaps it is their strategy. tire their opponent in 2nd set. CW/TG kept smashing in the 2nd game yesterday. KKK/TBH kept lifting the shuttle and practising their defence. in the 3rd set, CW/TG simply do not have the stamina and speed to match KKK/TBH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelatby
    According to the schedule :

    XD
    WS
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    WD
    MD

    Might have alteration though
    no alteration please. i had already line up my time and plan. do not mess me up. if not, i will not be able to watch kkk/tbh live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yojimbo
    The 1st match is MS right?
    its XD le.. aiyoyoyo...wakkakak..go korea go korea!!

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    INA is leading 8-6!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inky2000
    > it is actually funny to see BAM only coming up with a proper xd program now considering that mas is a quite famous in badminton since quite a long time ago though more in men's department. but what took them so long to start it when other countries like china and INA already have it earlier and are already producing champs in xd.

    I remember the BAM has been talking about grooming XD pairs once in a while in the past 2 decades but they have never been serious about it. Wonder if it will be going down the drain again this time round.
    1. There was never enough quality WD players. Even now, I doubt there is enough.
    2. It may all backfire if accomplished MD players are used in XD as well, so we may use the also-runs for XD. Now is a good time because MD players is in abundance. For example, Choong Tan Fook, Lee Wan Wah etc. can be used. In the past, we barely survived with the MD players we had.

    So, actually, I think in the past, we never had the opportunity to concentrate on XD. Even now, I am not sure if we have that opportunity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelatby
    Oh Yeah, i might be feeling a little bit EMOTIONAL. By the way, in a BC doesnt totally means we totally need to show all our IQ here, but most importantly our EQ here. Yup, it is not the end of the world, but ALWAYS ALWAYS back up with FACTS in every single statement, otherwise it will OFFEND a lot of people. NO, Lin Dan DID NOT lose "MANY MATCHES" in the past 12 MONTHS. Here you go :

    15 Jan 2006 -YONEX GERMAN OPEN 2006 Semi-Finalist

    22 Jan 2006 -YONEX ALL ENGLAND OPEN 2006 Winner

    12 Mar 2006 -CHINA MASTERS 2006 Semi-Finalist

    18 Jun 2006 -PROTON MALAYSIA OPEN 2006 Runner-Up

    25 Jun 2006 -CHINESE TAIPEI OPEN 2006 Winner

    23 Jul 2006 -Macau Open Championship 2006 Winner

    02 Sep 2006 -YONEX SUNRISE HONG KONG OPEN 2006 –Winner

    24 Sep 2006 -WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2006 Winner

    15 Oct 2006 -YONEX JAPAN OPEN 2006 Winner

    22 Oct 2006 -CHINA OPEN 2006 Semi-Finalist

    28 Jan 2007 -YONEX KOREA OPEN SUPER SERIES Winner

    04 Mar 2007 -YONEX GERMAN OPEN 2007 Winner

    11 Mar 2007 -YONEX ALL ENGLAND SUPER SERIES Winner


    How would a player WILL BE ABLE to retain a WORLD TITLE if he / she does NOT consistently WIN in a tournament. Nevertheless, there is no need to to elaborate so much here, as this is not an exam. I think you have some feelings towards certain players. Anyway, be intelligent as u can. And, lastly, dont ever quote people's statement without any EQ ANYMORE.
    I don't see why I didn't have EQ in replying to your message. Maybe you interepret differently in the way I phrased my reply (I thought I was having a playful tone). Yes, LD was defeated 4-5 times - not many, but I replied to you simply because I was amazed by your overreaction, i.e., if just one "loss" (due to retirement some more) could trigger such a reaction from you, then what would have happened to you in his last 4-5 defeats ... and his potential future losses. BTW, you overlooked AG where he was beaten twice (to Lee Hyun Il in the team event and, as jerby pointed out, to Taufik in the MS fnal.)
    Last edited by Inky2000; 03-18-2007 at 07:20 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inky2000
    If the speculation is true, then KKK/TBH could be the most astonishing MD pair of all-time. Like what I have stated in another earlier posting, can you think of any other badminton player or pair in the past who treated their higher-ranked and more experienced opponents (including the World No.1 player/pair!) as their sparring partners in any international tournament (i.e., they played in the tournament as though they were attending their day-to-day training). KKK/TBH did it in three consecutive matches some more and yet they won all of them eventually. Maybe SO is not so prestiguous and they could afford to lose in qf (in case their "practice" with the "assistance" of CY/FHF backfired) and will still manage to join the Top-10 by the end of June, and therefore the confident Rexy advices the confident KKK/TBH to grab this opportunity to "exercise".

    Yes, if the speculation is later proven true, then Rexy is the most innovative badminton coach ever in the world who have invented such a training method - which could only apply to ellite players only, anyway.
    Disagree with you on giving Rexy such accolade. The win-in-3 games strategy is likely to originate from LYB. Much as I dislike him for destroying match integrity and making badminton look crummy as a professional sport, I'll give credit where it's due: LYB's likely the originator and Rexy the quick follower. LD has used this often and at least twice against LCW to win. CY also adopted this in his victory over CJ in AE07. KKK/TBH only played this way in SwO; they did not do so in KO? Maybe cannot against KOR MD!

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    INA pair is leading 14-11

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    Greetings from Kota Pahlawan, Surabaya

    I wasn't planning to follow Swiss Open so intensely as the All England last week since we knew before the matches began that Kido/Hendra, Luluk/Alvent, Flandy/Vita, and Nova/Butet all withdrew! The draw wasn't that kind to PBSI's players too.

    But, I am very surprised to see 2 finalists today....and some positive performances from notably the singles players like Simon Santoso and Sony Dwi Kuncoro. Sony beat Bao Chunlai and lost inevitably to Lin Dan. Whereas, Simon showed his mental strength by crawling all the way from the qualifying rounds to the final, beating seasoned players like Wong Choong Hann, Ronald Susilo, Chen Yu and finally Lin Dan. Can he beat Chen Jin today? He surely can as he has shown in the AG team event. So, I will be rooting for Simon even though Chen Jin as a higher chance of winning.

    As for Mohd Rijal/Greysia Polii, they are Indonesia's future XD pair and I am glad that PBSI has been consistently sending them to the SS tourneys, despite early exits in the 3 previous events. They have a hard match against Lee Yong Dae/Lee Hyo Jung. However, there's nothing to be afraid of...just do your best!

    Greysia also excelled in her WD partnership with Vita Marissa, with yet again another Semi-Final appearance. Poor Jo Novita, she has no partner currently as I believe Richard Mainaky will not break this partnership between Vita and Greysia. Rani and Endang also proved to be a good second pair for PBSI right now with another R16 loss.

    In the MD, Hendra A.G./Joko Riyadi are still inconsistent. They have beaten Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae this time, but, as most other PBSI pairs, they have troubles beating their senior Tony Gunawan/Candra Wijaya. They still have to work hard. The Djarum pair Rian Sukmawan/Eng Hian finally reached the semi-final of a SS event after early exits in the 3 previous events. They are getting better and better...

    So, here is to at least one gold for Team PBSI to break the duck for this year!

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