Thread: LCW+Misbun combination
01-30-2010, 09:18 AM #188
01-30-2010, 10:15 AM #189
let's switch the coaches and players around the world!
let us assume you, the guru are correct, that lcw+ms=failure so lcw go china trained under the thing, would that be okay?
then cj+his coach on the other hand is also a failure, so should we ditch his coach?
after 2 months came the a.e. and as we all know there would be only 1 champion and whoever that runner-up+his coach definitely would also be a failure so in this case, supposedly these champion & runner-up is taught by the same coach, who would you ditch this time?
definitely not the player as it has to be the coach...
part 2 (if you reply i will post it)
01-30-2010, 10:20 AM #190
01-30-2010, 07:24 PM #191
01-30-2010, 09:10 PM #192
01-30-2010, 11:14 PM #193
at first i though you may have some clue what's the next ingredient(s) needed to be in lcw's soup so that it's completely delicious! so that's why i ask you! sorry for that misunderstanding!
but sometime we just have to consider other factors and can't based on current results achieved to give our comment (that's only my opinion)!
01-30-2010, 11:20 PM #194
Is that Yap Kim Hock going to the AE as well?
01-30-2010, 11:29 PM #195
Lee Chong Wei has no other good chance to win the AE or WC already. He has the highest chance last year and this year, but failed to win both last year. Expectations are high for him to do it this year. I have a feeling he might pull the AE off this time, but still, if he doesn't, Lee Chong Wei is still a hero of Malaysia, although he will never be compared to as a great.
Let's go, Chong Wei + Misbun! This is your greatest chance to make things work out!
02-01-2010, 08:21 AM #196
Advice from Becker
Found something to substantiate my claim that LCW needs a new coach to achieve his goal. The major points are relevant to Datuk.
Courtesy of MalaysianInsider.
Murray needs new help to take the final step, says Becker LONDON, Feb 1 — Andy Murray needs to tap into the knowledge of some of the “icons of the game” if he is to move from grand slam contender to champion, according to six-time major winner Boris Becker. Murray (picture) was in tears after yesterday’s 6-3 6-4 7-6 defeat by Roger Federer in the Australian Open final, his second grand slam final defeat after he was swept aside by Federer in the 2008 US Open.
Yesterday’s loss was closer, but not much, as only in the third set did Murray begin to show the aggression and risk-taking necessary to disturb Federer’s cruise to his 16th grand slam.
Becker said that Murray had played the best major tournament of his career in Melbourne but that it had also revealed that he needs to work on his aggression.
“How assertive he was in the final was always going to be crucial. At the very start of the match he went head to head with Roger, but he then reverted to his usual defensive game, and allowed Roger to play such great tennis,” Becker wrote in the Daily Telegraph.
“Even when he had set points, in the third set, he could not take the big step. He tried to attack, but a mid-court forehand let him down. It is not a shot he would usually select, and on the big points, tennis players revert to instinct.
“It was a revealing moment, and one which showed that Andy now needs to improve technically, to ingrain the killer shot so deep inside him that it becomes instinctive to play it at the right moment, like Roger. That is the next stage in his progression.
“I was looking at Andy’s box during the match and there was no one up there who knows what it is like to be out in a grand slam final. Don’t get me wrong, ‘Team Murray’ are first rate — they have made Andy the third best player on the planet — but you cannot learn the skills you need out on the centre court from a book, or from hearsay.
“You need to talk to people like John McEnroe, Jimmy Connors, someone Andy would listen to and respect. For Murray, it is now about playing the right shot at the right time, not running or going to the gym.”
Becker, who won Wimbledon three times, the Australian Open twice and the US Open once, ruled himself out of the job but said Murray needed someone who has achieved the ultimate in the game to be alongside him in the slams to “talk about the five or so make-or-break shots in a match, and how best to play them.”
“Andy will be among the top men’s players over the next five years, but if he wants to be above them, not amid them, he needs to have someone in his corner who knows what it is like to win a grand slam, to climb the Mount Everest of tennis,” Becker said.
“The air is thin up there, and Andy needs to surround himself with people who have been to the summit, who can describe to him how they got there, and how he can as well.” — Reuters
02-01-2010, 10:10 AM #197
tennis & badminton?
the comment made by boris becker, is absolutely logic as young andy still has 5 years ahead to compete for the major! does lcw have?
boris mentioned andy, basically in layman's term, do not know how to win - that very crucial moment he just go cuckoo! so he was suggesting andy needs someone, a former major winner to be by his side and guide him to win!
what andy needs here is motivation from an ex-champion whom hopefully he can get along with beside providing him some past winning experience.
also, and you have mixed it up here, becker said andy needs help, he didn't say "ditch the coach"!
so my friend, the above i am sorry can't substantiate your claim for lcw to change a new coach. i don't blame you because you are not a coach as you have said but just a badminton player...
02-01-2010, 05:43 PM #198
02-01-2010, 06:34 PM #199
^^Have you checked his profile??..^^
..see Occupation (but sure spends quite a bit of time in this forum) and his website..
02-01-2010, 07:19 PM #200
02-01-2010, 08:16 PM #201
now i am gonna peek at your occupation!
02-06-2010, 04:44 AM #202
Example: LD took 3 solid month to prepare for OG08. By then he move even faster then LCW and smash so hard it overwhelm LCW's defense. LCW was caught totally by surprise because he himself have already up his game by a level for the OG preparation.
However I still think LCW was not able to bring his best out in OG08 final. His semi final with LHI already shown that he was already succumbing to pressure, hence the pawning by LD in the final.
02-06-2010, 06:58 AM #203
hope this clarifies our discussion!
but you know/saw him beating all his opponent in straight sets (accept cj in 3 sets m.o.10), winning back to back title. there is improvement already and you may not noticed it whereas others do - he was faster, making less mistakes and knocking his opponent off faster!
as for og08 it was totally different - ld, well trained and played superb well and lcw at that time was totally out - he just couldn't keep the pace of ld that's why he lost in straight sets!
you may say what you like as i have already heard some say wrong strategy giving ld all the chances to penetrate him...., ld was taking some kind of booster that's why he was so fast but has to rest a couple of months after the winning...all sorts of nonsense..just because lcw lost!
Last edited by pBmMalaysia; 02-06-2010 at 07:03 AM.
02-06-2010, 07:28 AM #204
You guys notice he was faster? Actually I though he was a little slower especially in the quarter against chen jin which is why manny of his smash defence end up hitting the net.
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