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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2 View Post
    i've just noticed this.......i mean the pattern.....

    DO, LD won BCL in final, and BCL won LCW in the SF.
    FO, LCW won BCL in final, and BCL won LD in the SF.

    so,
    DO, LD > BCL > LCW
    FO, LCW > BCL > LD

    BCL is always in the middle of the clash of the titans.............he is like the media in between.
    BCL has a new title " Mr.Champion Escorter"

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    Quote Originally Posted by s1nn3r View Post
    Althought I totally agreed that LCW has added another dimension to his game but I donít think we can be happy yet. Simply because opponent hasnít found out way to play him yet they are shock and surprise of the new LCW style. Tops players standard arent that far apart and after this tournament. The chinese would watch LCW paris game again and again and again till their eyes cannot open to find an opening.I guess that the reason LD doesnít win much nowadays cause he is reserving to be at the top in Beijing and not to reveal his true playing style yet.
    If their eyes cannot open, then how can the CHN players play LCW
    Talking about LCW playing possum or conspiracy theory that he is reserving for Beiging...hehehe!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    If their eyes cannot open, then how can the CHN players play LCW
    Talking about LCW playing possum or conspiracy theory that he is reserving for Beiging...hehehe!!!
    yes, they can do that as they are sleeping, they can win LCW in their dreams..........

    Just read the article of NST, how i wish LCW can play LD now immediately now........to show who is the man........
    Though LCW might actually get whacked nicely and being taught a badminton lesson by LD.



    the summary of that article about how LCW is still not up to LD's class

    Badminton:
    Chong Wei's No 2 spot crucial


    By : K.M. Boopathy
    The World No 1 spot is held by Chinaís Lin Dan, whose superb temperament and performance should see him above everyone else for at least another year.

    Lin Dan can afford to select the tournaments that he wishes to win, as he did in the Denmark Open a fortnight ago, and take his feet off the accelerator when he deems fit, as he did against compatriot Bao Chunlai in the semis in Paris.

    Incidentally, three of the four titles were won by Chong Wei when Lin Dan didnít make the finals, and this shows that the Malaysian is filled with confidence when he faces other rivals.

    If Chong Wei maintains his standards, it should lead to at least an Olympic silver in Beijing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indra View Post
    BCL has a new title " Mr.Champion Escorter"
    or Mr.LOTR.........

    Lose On The Round of Final.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by indra View Post
    ALl I can say about LCW now is that LCW is much more "dangerous and lethal" than LD
    LCW was an underdog and seeded 4th in JO07 but he surprised everyone by beating CJ, LD & TH in the QF, SF & final respectively to take the title. It seemed that he had a good chance to beat LD in the final in DO07 but he fell to BCL in the SF. Just when everyone thought that LCW would have withdrawn from FO07, he went to win the title without dropping a game.

    LCW now is also so unpredictable. Does anyone want to make a prediction on LCW on the coming China Open?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    LCW now is also so unpredictable. Does anyone want to make a prediction on LCW on the coming China Open?
    If you read in The Star LCW might not be going to one of the remaining SS -China Open or HOng Kong Open in order to recover from his knee injury.

    It's a compliment actually to LCW that China consider him a threat, other than Taufik.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin7 View Post
    LCW was an underdog and seeded 4th in JO07 but he surprised everyone by beating CJ, LD & TH in the QF, SF & final respectively to take the title. It seemed that he had a good chance to beat LD in the final in DO07 but he fell to BCL in the SF. Just when everyone thought that LCW would have withdrawn from FO07, he went to win the title without dropping a game.

    LCW now is also so unpredictable. Does anyone want to make a prediction on LCW on the coming China Open?
    TH will lose to BCL in the 1st round........then BCL will again try to beat LCW in the final to avenge his loss in FO but he fails to do so because LCW has withdrawn from the tournament.revenge?? next time dude...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    If you read in The Star LCW might not be going to one of the remaining SS -China Open or HOng Kong Open in order to recover from his knee injury.

    It's a compliment actually to LCW that China consider him a threat, other than Taufik.
    it is maybe just an attempt to make Lcw preoccupied with all those compliments.
    be careful,chong wei..

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    it is maybe just an attempt to make Lcw preoccupied with all those compliments.
    be careful,chong wei..
    agree! haha
    he must be aware n dun let all these compliments washed him away
    stay grounded n dun ever take lightly on any of ur opponent
    gambate chong wei!

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    CHINA will not take it lying down. i believe they will study LCW's new style and find a solution. at the very least, they know mentally LCW is a bit weak and maybe a blow to his mental preparation will be enough to derail his excellent performance during the FO. and yes, all these compliments is good for LCW but he should not take it as pressure to win all the time. hopefully this is not his peak. hopefully he will peak during beijing 2008 olympics.

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    My take on this is that LCW should continue to work on his weakness and strengthen his strong points.

    The game is evolving and LCW cannot afford to stand still. But he must ensure that his fundamentals will always remain strong. Whatever changes that LCW makes will soon be uncovered and countered by other equally skilled players in his class.

    To rely on his past achievements and strategies will not carry him far. But a very strong foundation based on years of hardwork will certainly endear him much longer.

    But this makes the game much more interesting to watch as players will have to continually find solutions to achieve their targets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    My take on this is that LCW should continue to work on his weakness and strengthen his strong points.

    The game is evolving and LCW cannot afford to stand still. But he must ensure that his fundamentals will always remain strong. Whatever changes that LCW makes will soon be uncovered and countered by other equally skilled players in his class.

    To rely on his past achievements and strategies will not carry him far. But a very strong foundation based on years of hardwork will certainly endear him much longer.

    But this makes the game much more interesting to watch as players will have to continually find solutions to achieve their targets.
    AGREE. LCW is weak at some points but can dominate the match if he gets his opponent in his rhythm.

    In the new game plan of LCW, it's really good as he got the FO title but he can't keep this same game plan for a long time and LD will surely crash him after knowing LCW strategy.

    "makes the game more interesting"? It will be....

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    NST Online Ľ Sport
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    Badminton: Chance for Chong Wei to make it two-in-a-row

    By : Christopher Raj
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    WORLD No 2 Lee Choong Wei will be looking for another big win in the China Open on Nov 20-25.
    Chong Wei, who beat Bao Chunlai 21-11, 21-14 in the French Open last week, is also entered for the Hong Kong Open on Nov 27-Dec 2.

    Malaysia's top singles player will then compete in Super Series Finals in Kuala Lumpur on Dec 18-23 where he will aim to deny World No 1 Lin Dan of China yet another major title.

    The other single players who will be competing in China and Hong Kong are Hafiz Hashim, Wong Choon Hann, Yeoh Kay Bin, Kuan Beng Hong and Roslin Hashim.

    Lee Tsuen Seng will only compete in the Hong Kong Open.
    For the men's doubles BAM has entered Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong, who fell in the French Open quarter-finals, and will have a chance to redeem themselves in China and Hong Kong.

    Kien Keat-Boon Heong, who won the Denmark Open for their fourth super series crown, will surely be wanting a win to boost their standings and the two tournaments provide them with golden opportunities.

    French Open losing finalists Lee Wan Wah-Choong Tan Fook will accompany Kien Keat-Boon Heong to both competitions.

    The other doubles pairs entered are Mohd Fairuzizuan Tazari-Mohd Zakry Latif, Ong Soon Hock-Tan Bin Shen and Chew Choon Eng-Hong Chieng Hun, while Mak Hee Chun-Lim Khim Wah and Tan Wee Kiong-Mohd Lufti Zaim will only compete in the Hong Kong Open.

    National No 1 women's singles Wong Mew Choo will play in both events while Julia Wong will only compete in the China Open.

    Wong Pei Tty and Chin Eei Hui, who gained a tremendous boost when they toppled World No 1 Zhang Yawen-Wei Yili of China in the first round of the women's doubles in Denmark, have been entered as well.

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    LCW seldom win back to back titles. but who knows, maybe with the new style and hopefully fully recovered knee injury, he could make it happen. all this talk about his new style makes me wanna really find the finals match between him and BCL during the FO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azabaz_ipoh View Post
    LCW seldom win back to back titles. but who knows, maybe with the new style and hopefully fully recovered knee injury, he could make it happen. all this talk about his new style makes me wanna really find the finals match between him and BCL during the FO.
    look for it in youtube, someone already uploaded that game.

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    thanks, will do

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2 View Post
    look for it in youtube, someone already uploaded that game.
    here`s the link>>
    part1>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wV5KHI_a_KQ
    part2>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sqB0keW5aU
    part3>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUBNZWQeA_o
    part4>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0bsYcNvEz4

    a very good n beautiful badminton match by lee chong wei....
    after watching this match, u will know his new game plan

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