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    Both players are good also. Febe footwork is much better than Slyvinna, but Slyvinna shots execution is better than Febe IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samuel882 View Post
    KOR
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    1. Hong Ji Hoon
    2. Hwang Jun Woon
    3. Han Ki Hoon
    4. Park sung Min

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    1. Han Sang Hoon / Cho Gun Woo
    2. Yoo Yeon Seong / Jeon Jeon Bum ( Not Sure YYS will be paired up with HSH for permanent of temporary)
    3. Kim Dong Hun/ Shin Baek Choel
    Shin Baek Cheol is still a power in singles. He won the German Junior Open; however, you are right in that you never can tell with Koreans. So many switch to doubles after their junior years are up and Shin has already had some success in mixed. Kim Dong Hun is no longer on the national team. Jeon has been plagued by injuries ever since the Korea Open 2007. In doubles, some of the juniors may have a future. Lee Jung-hwan and Kim Ki-jung, for example, or Lee Dong-geun, Jung Eui-seok, and Kim Young-sun. It is a little early to tell what the partnerships will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by event View Post
    Shin Baek Cheol is still a power in singles. He won the German Junior Open; however, you are right in that you never can tell with Koreans. So many switch to doubles after their junior years are up and Shin has already had some success in mixed. Kim Dong Hun is no longer on the national team. Jeon has been plagued by injuries ever since the Korea Open 2007. In doubles, some of the juniors may have a future. Lee Jung-hwan and Kim Ki-jung, for example, or Lee Dong-geun, Jung Eui-seok, and Kim Young-sun. It is a little early to tell what the partnerships will be.
    It is fascinating that somehow Korea can produce many good MD or WD...eventhough they keep changing the pairs until getting the right ones...still young ones are the one to watch...Korea needs another back-up pair after LYD/JJS and LJJ/HJM...in a year or two, we will see the stronger Korean MD....

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    The current top-4 bdm stars of MS sector : LD-TH-LCW-PG and who will replace them? Difficult to decide but for TH, almost certainly must be Tommy as the successor.

    WS -- Seems Wang Yihan is CHN's upcoming star. She had grabbed World Junior/06, Invitational World Cup 2006 title and Individual Gold of Universiade/07 thus far. Meanwhile INA, still struggling to produce next Susi Susanti, maybe Pia/Sylvinna/Maria?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    It is fascinating that somehow Korea can produce many good MD or WD...eventhough they keep changing the pairs until getting the right ones...still young ones are the one to watch...Korea needs another back-up pair after LYD/JJS and LJJ/HJM...in a year or two, we will see the stronger Korean MD....
    Yeah.. The KOREAN always unpredictable with their doubles formation. Especially in team events..
    LYD will be growth as the next PJB.. who can win with partnering any of their Doubles players..

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Haha...you keep "promoting" Febe
    I thought Slyvinna Kurniawan might be a better prospect than her
    So sue me! I like them both, but Febe has more spunk! Both have good footwork [in the INA Junior level]. However, it is more fun to watch Febe. She has a lot more shot-variety arsenal. She screams and yells after exciting points.

    Sylvi is like a poker-faced ice-queen... although she has a never-say-die attitude, she has shorter legs and limited power... Very difficult in the long run when playing against the tall-slender Chinese WS... Sylvi has a shot to become a top 20-30 player one day... I heard Sylvi has played Wang Yihan 3 times before... won the 1st time, lost the last 2 times... In last year's World Junior Championship, Sylvi stretched Saina Nehwal to the limit in rubber sets before eventually loosing. Saina was more powerful.

    Febe... will reach WMC level... I dare not say she can be INA's next Susi Susanti... [even though many people said Febe floats on the court like Susi]... Note: Febe got annihilated by Wang Yihan in the World Junior Championshp last year...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    The current top-4 bdm stars of MS sector : LD-TH-LCW-PG and who will replace them? Difficult to decide but for TH, almost certainly must be Tommy as the successor.

    WS -- Seems Wang Yihan is CHN's upcoming star. She had grabbed World Junior/06, Invitational World Cup 2006 title and Individual Gold of Universiade/07 thus far. Meanwhile INA, still struggling to produce next Susi Susanti, maybe Pia/Sylvinna/Maria?!
    For WS, Christian said last year that INA needs 3 to5 yrs.....hm..I want it sooner.... Hopefully PIA/Febe can catch up soon...

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    Thumbs up INA has great not-yet-noticed talents...

    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    The current top-4 bdm stars of MS sector : LD-TH-LCW-PG and who will replace them? Difficult to decide but for TH, almost certainly must be Tommy as the successor.

    WS -- Seems Wang Yihan is CHN's upcoming star. She had grabbed World Junior/06, Invitational World Cup 2006 title and Individual Gold of Universiade/07 thus far. Meanwhile INA, still struggling to produce next Susi Susanti, maybe Pia/Sylvinna/Maria?!
    INA's most talented WS of the future are still around 15-16 today... The rest of the world have not heard of them yet. They are around the same age as Ayu Pratiwi, Gebby, and Rischa who represented INA in the Under-16 Asian Championship last month. But their record has not been spectacular.

    They are still like Eagle chicks who are still learning to fly... Still clumsy, cannot flap their wings too well. But once they get their act together, they shall spread their strong wings wide, and they shall soar to the sky!

    Christian is right. INA shall need 5 years for another Susi Susanti... Febe, Pia will be around the same or slightly tougher than Maria & Firda [today]. They are the pre-cursor of what's to come...

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    Quote Originally Posted by samuel882 View Post
    Hereis some of the promising star of badminton arena in the coming future. They will be players to watch after 2008 Beijing Olympics..

    China
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    1. Lu yu
    2. Qiu Yan Bo
    3. Chen Long
    4. Lu QiCHeng
    5. Gong Weijie

    MD
    1. Shen Yen /He Han Bin
    2. XuChen / Sun JunJie
    Du peng Yu,Zhang Wei,Li Tian,Chai Biao,Ma Jin,Wang Xiao Li,Cheng Su,Liao Jing Mei,and etc

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    MAS
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    Tan Wee Kiong-Woon Khe Wei
    Chan Peng Soon-Haw Chiou Hwee.. too bad Chiou Hwee left bam n join KLRC ady..
    Lim khim Wah-Ng Hui Lin
    Last edited by blessing; 09-03-2007 at 10:12 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blessing View Post
    MAS
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    Tan Wee Kiong-Woon Khe Wei
    Chan Peng Soon-Haw Chiou Hwee.. too bad Chiou Hwee left bam n join KLRC ady..
    Lim khim Wah-Ng Hui Lin
    I agree with the 1st one on this list. They are awesome for their young age. We shall see them again in the World Junior Championship eh?

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    I like the way Tan Wee Kiong and Woon Khe Wei play. I hope they can go far in their badminton career. They have gone thru hard times. Both players are young and willing to listen. Woon is much stable compare to Tan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    I agree with the 1st one on this list. They are awesome for their young age. We shall see them again in the World Junior Championship eh?
    Tan WK will be featuring in this year WJS.. But WKW would not..

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    Quote Originally Posted by samuel882 View Post
    Tan WK will be featuring in this year WJS.. But WKW would not..
    why not. both same age. Both of them are being groom by Rexy. It is great to be spotted by Rexy. Any other Malaysian Player?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
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    Maria Febe Kusumastuti; she already floats like a butterfly, just haven't sting like a bee... She needs more power than today. She may very well be the next INA #1 WS after Maria Kristin and Firdasari retires... Febe and Pia are the top contenders to replace Maria and Firda...
    U probably is the gratest Indonesian Fan and u luv Maria Febe,
    Seen her played. She is pretty good, How old is she? Do i think she can match our Malaysian Lydia Cheah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by champion8 View Post
    U probably is the gratest Indonesian Fan and u luv Maria Febe,
    Seen her played. She is pretty good, How old is she? Do i think she can match our Malaysian Lydia Cheah?
    Krisna falls in love with this girl.... she is 18 now....if I am not wrong...she did beat Lydia Cheah this year...or Maria elfira did..

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    Krisna falls in love with this girl.... she is 18 now....if I am not wrong...she did beat Lydia Cheah this year...or Maria elfira did..
    She is 17 y.o. born in 1990
    She has beaten some big name like Jun Jae Youn, Salakjit Ponsana in Thailand also forced 3 sets to Zhu Lin in Philippine, almost beat WYH in Milo 2005, Cheng Sao Chieh in INA Open 2007.

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