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    ENG :
    MS Rajiv Ouseph
    Look at this :http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...id=6732&draw=1
    He is 1 big future star for sure!

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    HOw about China's Chen jin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    Ok, can any of the BC members from Europe add the list of future badminton stars from Europe? Poland? Russia? Germany? Sweden? France? Spain? Italy?

    How about from Africa or Australia or America? Anybody knows?
    We have one big hope, who has the abillity to become a big champ. gabriel ulldahl (19years old) is he's name.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Eu..._Championships

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    wow...we will have many shuttlers from europe then
    that sounds good...hope they will give the big challenge

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    Saensomboonsuk Tanongsak of Thailand..
    big applause to him for his effort in today's match against WCH..

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    Quote Originally Posted by babystar View Post
    wow...we will have many shuttlers from europe then
    that sounds good...hope they will give the big challenge
    nahh.. Gabriel Ulldahl of Sweden is unlikely to be a ever reaching top 20 I would say (I hope I am wrong, but I donn't see a big potential in him)

    Chen Long, China and Kenichi Tago, Japan are the biggest hope of world no.1 later as I see it.. But not all juniors can sustain the development curve.. But these two stand out as I see it!

    Tago has proven that even the top players have to work hard to beat him..

    Just for team Japan to hire Li Mao, to get him the last push on the senior scene :-D

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    nahh.. Gabriel Ulldahl of Sweden is unlikely to be a ever reaching top 20 I would say (I hope I am wrong, but I donn't see a big potential in him)

    Chen Long, China and Kenichi Tago, Japan are the biggest hope of world no.1 later as I see it.. But not all juniors can sustain the development curve.. But these two stand out as I see it!

    Tago has proven that even the top players have to work hard to beat him..

    Just for team Japan to hire Li Mao, to get him the last push on the senior scene :-D

    /Twobeer
    i also see the potential in these 2 juniors
    but then long time din hear abt chen long, since last WJC

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    Wink Is Chen Long On His Way In?

    We seem to be seeing a lot of Ji Xinpeng (Gold - Sydney OG 2000) these days.
    He was last seen at courtside during the infamous Korea Open MS Final

    He is also high up in Li Yongbo's good books.
    Wonder what that means for Chen Long who is training under Ji Xinpeng

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    Nobody is talking about TANongsak??
    that boy is something.his lost to wch is just based on experience.nothing more.

    Trivia about this little guy - he brought at least 7 rackets for the game againts wch.n exchanged the rackets 3 times for 3 sets.
    is he nervous or what??

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    Nobody is talking about TANongsak??
    that boy is something.his lost to wch is just based on experience.nothing more.

    Trivia about this little guy - he brought at least 7 rackets for the game againts wch.n exchanged the rackets 3 times for 3 sets.
    is he nervous or what??
    yeah yeah i watched his game and it was quite impressive his smash is incredible and seems to emulate lin dan a little bit...how old is he btw?

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    17 yrs old.........
    Quote Originally Posted by Konnichiwa View Post
    yeah yeah i watched his game and it was quite impressive his smash is incredible and seems to emulate lin dan a little bit...how old is he btw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie View Post
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    No.. Lee Hock Lai was dropped a long time ago.. About one year ago..
    As for rising stars, you forgot to mention:

    - Daren Liew
    - Chong Li Qun
    - Beryno Wong
    Yes , Beryno is the good one

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    We may see Chen Long soon....Andi Nugroho too

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    We may see Chen Long soon....Andi Nugroho too
    Chen Long.that put my memory back to Chen Hong.

    U know,malaysia press did mention Chen Hong as unknown player from china.
    I know hes getting his bad time now.but to recognise this player as 'unknown'.thats quite rude.

    Anw,hope Chen Long will shine.n keep shine.

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    i would say the 17 years old thailand teenager Saensomboonsuk Tanongsak!!!

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    my feeling says Huan Gao

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    Jan Jorgensen of Denmark is very promising. Tanongsak, Arif, Tago and the Chinese new squad will have problems facing this guy.

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