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    I think arif will make n impact infuture...

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    I also believe Arif will be big once he plays in the big tournaments.

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    Default european player

    they are another upcoming player from finland.his name is kasper lehikoinen.16 years old.

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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
    If I can remember clearly, Chen Long defeated Kenichi Tago last year in the finals during the KLRC World Junior Championships held in Waitakere, Auckland - NewZealand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    If I can remember clearly, Chen Long defeated Kenichi Tago last year in the finals during the KLRC World Junior Championships held in Waitakere, Auckland - NewZealand.

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    nope.. i think chen long look like chen jin! tats my 1st impression on him

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    If I can remember clearly, Chen Long defeated Kenichi Tago last year in the finals during the KLRC World Junior Championships held in Waitakere, Auckland - NewZealand.

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    He doesn't look like LD imop :-) .. But as I mentioned in my previous thread he is most likely a future star on the senior tour.

    /T

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    fully agree with twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    He doesn't look like LD imop :-) .. But as I mentioned in my previous thread he is most likely a future star on the senior tour.

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    Haha you know what, my friends met him before at the KLRC WJC 2007 and they're bragging about how they had a dinner with him and Tago and all that..
    Not only that, but some of them even tried to be 'best friends' with Tago..
    Now I can see why. ...

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    i don't know..

    how bout tanongsak?

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    Have Thanongsak ever match to ChenLong or Tago ???? ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeandMe View Post
    Have Thanongsak ever match to ChenLong or Tago ???? ^^

    i dunno ...
    i juz noe tat he meet wif
    taufik, wch, lcw these top player...haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeandMe View Post
    Have Thanongsak ever match to ChenLong or Tago ???? ^^
    erm...tago is good...but no as good as chen long and song(tanongsak)...btw...it is tanongsak...not thanongsak

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    erm...tago is good...but no as good as chen long and song(tanongsak)...btw...it is tanongsak...not thanongsak
    what??
    im actually very surprised and shocked that u say tago is not as good as chen long and tanongsak
    tago was the spore open ss 2008 quater finalist and have done quite a good archievement in many international tournament and got upsets many top players too while chen long i`ve not heard his archievement in international tournament b4
    but i still thinks that tago is better than tanongsak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    what??
    im actually very surprised and shocked that u say tago is not as good as chen long and tanongsak
    tago was the spore open ss 2008 quater finalist and have done quite a good archievement in many international tournament and got upsets many top players too while chen long i`ve not heard his archievement in international tournament b4
    but i still thinks that tago is better than tanongsak.
    hmm...china squad is full with quality player...if play in international tournament...sure is the very best player...chen jin is a proof(he is way ahead of many that same age or even older than him....)...tago need a good enviroment...he can be more better...but just not now...considering song age..he is better than tago...

    anyway...just personal opinion...^^...

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    what??
    im actually very surprised and shocked that u say tago is not as good as chen long and tanongsak
    tago was the spore open ss 2008 quater finalist and have done quite a good archievement in many international tournament and got upsets many top players too while chen long i`ve not heard his archievement in international tournament b4
    but i still thinks that tago is better than tanongsak.
    chen long is good, in fact there r lotsa gd players in china.. jz tat they din participate in international tourneys only

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    The Star Online > Sports
    Friday July 18, 2008
    Kok Siang wants to be like his brother by winning a major junior tournament
    By RAJES PAUL
    KUALA LUMPUR: Shuttler Teo Kok Siang is determined to emulate his brother in his final year as a junior.
    Ten years ago, Kok Seng partnered Chan Chong Ming to win the world junior boys' doubles title.
    For Kok Siang, he has failed to land a title in his last two campaigns in major junior tournaments at the Asian and world levels.
    Last chance: Teo Kok Siang (front) in action with Mak Hee Chun during the Asian Junior Championships yesterday.
    This year, the 18-year-old Kok Siang is hoping to make a mark with his new and experienced partner Mak Hee Chun in the ongoing Asian Juniors at the Juara Stadium in Bukit Kiara here.
    They are the top seeds and began their campaign yesterday with a 21-4, 21-12 win over Iraq's Mustfa Mohd-Haider Mahdi Bashah.
    Kok Siang-Hee Chun have an easy path to the quarter-finals where they are expected to play against South Koreans Kim Dae-eun-Kim Ki-eung.
    Kok Siang said that he switched from singles play to the doubles this year.
    “I was eight when my brother won the world junior title. His win inspired me to take up the game seriously,” said the Johorean.
    “I started off as a singles player and joined the BAM (Badminton Association of Malaysia) four years ago. I did not win any major junior singles titles and the coaches decided that I should try my luck in the doubles.”
    He has done well thus far with Hee Chun, winning the Dutch and German junior titles.
    “The challenges from the Chinese, Koreans and Indonesian pairs will be stiffer in this Asian meet. Hee Chun is a very experienced player and I will try my best to complement him,” said Kok Siang.
    “This is my last chance to do well in an Asian junior tournament and I hope to go as far as possible. Hopefully, a good showing will put me on track to become a national player.”
    The other Malaysian boys' doubles pair also cleared the first round yesterday. Ow Yao Han-Pang Zheng Lin beat Michiharu Kido-Ryo Takiuchi of Japan 21-19, 16-21, 21-19.

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    mak hee chun ...!!!

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