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    Quote Originally Posted by punchclear View Post
    You know...
    That might just be the reason I like MK/HS so much; the fact that they (99% of the time) play with so much courage...
    Yah...except when they face Koo/Tan
    They are not afraid of anyone right now (not even Fu/Cai)....just the Malaysian pair....maybe its the Rexy influence

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    Quote Originally Posted by samuel882 View Post
    Surprisingly, there is none thread was created for this INA Pair

    a big applauds must be given to this WC, added to their credentials of being crowned the World Champs, they manage to won two SS titles back to back.
    They were the second MD pair beside KOO/TAN who able to did that two weeks in a row.

    I must admit , when they won the WC in KL, i am not impressed . They avoided to meet their main nemesis, Koo/Tan & Fu/Chai on the road to their title. The only strongest pair during their path was Tony/Chandra.
    I am quite happy know that they prove me wrong by winnning titles over titles . That was not just a pure fluke in WC.

    Markis Kido , is a real athletes. I wonder how many MD players in current circuit able to perform jumping smash right from the beginning of the match towards the ends
    I am curious to know what kinda energy drinks he took everyday If he quit Baddy one day, he can considered switch field to high jump events in track & field .

    Hendra Setiawan, He is very cool. Not much expression on court. Sometimes it is hard for opponenets to read his mind & wonder where /when will he attack. He is deadliness in net plays. Simply outplayed the NET Plays King - tony Gunawan in several occasions !

    Looks like no other pair now can stop them to clinching the MD gold medal in Beijing now.
    Fu/Chai -- Too soft , less of their usual attacking power game.
    Koo/Tan -- I am really don't understand, they are becoming quite unpredictable pair at the moment. Too "fresh" i would say for challenging fir a gold medal in the prestigous OG
    Korean pairs -- Not impressive throughout the world year of 2007
    Denmark - It would be an extras if the even manage to win a medal next summer..

    I strongly believe they will be able to emulate their countrymen previous achievement at Olympics .
    Good Luck
    I wont write off Fu/Cai. They will be game for Beijing next year. They got the experience and the titles to back them up.

    I like Hendrawan/Kido for their down to earth nature. No showboating, no fancy stuff etc. No colouring of the hair, chains, numerous rings and bracelets. They are all business when on the court. In short, they are professional full time badminton players, not some metrosexual wanna be. No wonder they are World Champions.

    I also feel the older guys like ML/JE, TG/CW will also be strong contenders in Beijing next year. For these guys to still be playing top class badminton in their mid 30s, they will be there and may get the lucky break in Beijing!

    On the sentimental side, I hope either TG/CW or ML/JE takes that gold next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemuda View Post
    On the sentimental side, I hope either TG/CW or ML/JE takes that gold next year.
    U can basically write off Tony/Candra. They ARE NOT GOING to the Olympics. As for Eriksen/Hansen, they are still a credible threat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemuda View Post
    I wont write off Fu/Cai. They will be game for Beijing next year. They got the experience and the titles to back them up.

    I like Hendrawan/Kido for their down to earth nature. No showboating, no fancy stuff etc. No colouring of the hair, chains, numerous rings and bracelets. They are all business when on the court. In short, they are professional full time badminton players, not some metrosexual wanna be. No wonder they are World Champions.

    I also feel the older guys like ML/JE, TG/CW will also be strong contenders in Beijing next year. For these guys to still be playing top class badminton in their mid 30s, they will be there and may get the lucky break in Beijing!

    On the sentimental side, I hope either TG/CW or ML/JE takes that gold next year.
    TG/CW won't participate in the next OG...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemuda View Post
    I wont write off Fu/Cai. They will be game for Beijing next year. They got the experience and the titles to back them up.

    I like Hendrawan/Kido for their down to earth nature. No showboating, no fancy stuff etc. No colouring of the hair, chains, numerous rings and bracelets. They are all business when on the court. In short, they are professional full time badminton players, not some metrosexual wanna be. No wonder they are World Champions.

    I also feel the older guys like ML/JE, TG/CW will also be strong contenders in Beijing next year. For these guys to still be playing top class badminton in their mid 30s, they will be there and may get the lucky break in Beijing!

    On the sentimental side, I hope either TG/CW or ML/JE takes that gold next year.
    I agree. Remember, Cai Yun And Fu Haifeng have homeground advantage.
    The olympic gold medal is theirs to lose.

    Not to mentioned, everytime the shuttle hits the ground near the lines...you know the line judge/umpire will rule in favor of them....Kido/Setiawan or KKK/TBH must overcome this diadvantage to stand a chance....this is the time to see what their mental toughness is made of.

    M. Lungaard/JE or CTF/LWanWah or other veterans might have some experience in mind games.....so they might overcome the pressure cooker of the olympics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Yah...except when they face Koo/Tan
    They are not afraid of anyone right now (not even Fu/Cai)....just the Malaysian pair....maybe its the Rexy influence
    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post

    These are the little things that both players would have to improve before the big events. I will prefer it if they face Koo/Tan in front of the home crowd in the Malaysia Super Series (likely to be in the Final since they will be the top 2 seeds). Losing again is okay if they play bravely and force at least a rubber-set That will be a small improvement already
    Aiyooo, like that, KKK/TBH have to add Kido/Setiawan to the list too, along with the Japanese, Taiwanese, Tony/Chandra, Fu/Cai,Luluk/Alvent.

    Not just Rexy influence cos when Kido/Setiawan face other Msia pairs - the oldies CTF/LWW, Gan/Lin, Tan BS/Ong, they are not afraid, only KKK/TBH. I dont think Zakry/Fairuz have played them.

    And surprisingly, Gan/Lin, supposed to be the weakest Msia MD, managed to stretch them to 21-23 in Macau Open. the coaches said Gan/Lin should have won if not cos of nervousness.

    Like see KKK/TBH face, already lose confidence - of course good for our Msia MD but this thread is abt Kido/Setiawan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    As for Kido, his task is to attack from the back, which can become rather dull to watch. But, I also have seen some variety in his performance recently
    Dull. Don't say that! You obviously haven't had a chance to stand close or as a receiver to Kido's smash. Since you are already his friend, you should try it. Get Kido to smash a few shuttles to you or stand close to him when he practice his jump smash. It gives you plenty of adrenaline rush, just like watching F1 (and it's free for you). Just don't hold me responsible if you get 'killed'.

    Anyway, congratulation to Markis and Hendra. Hope they can peak in next year OG(just like HKO) and I get to watch some great matches from them. I am pretty sure they will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Not just Rexy influence cos when Kido/Setiawan face other Msia pairs - the oldies CTF/LWW, Gan/Lin, Tan BS/Ong, they are not afraid, only KKK/TBH. I dont think Zakry/Fairuz have played them.
    Fairuz/Zakry LOST to Kido/Hendra in the Singapore Open QF 19-21, 14-21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadFever View Post
    Dull. Don't say that! You obviously haven't had a chance to stand close or as a receiver to Kido's smash. Since you are already his friend, you should try it. Get Kido to smash a few shuttles to you or stand close to him when he practice his jump smash. It gives you plenty of adrenaline rush, just like watching F1 (and it's free for you). Just don't hold me responsible if you get 'killed'.

    Anyway, congratulation to Markis and Hendra. Hope they can peak in next year OG(just like HKO) and I get to watch some great matches from them. I am pretty sure they will.
    Kido's smash is very hard indeed.....I just hope Badmania wil not try it.... even you receive, your return will go to net or wide...or...smashed by Kido in front of net........same as Guo Zen Dong....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badmintan View Post
    I agree. Remember, Cai Yun And Fu Haifeng have homeground advantage.
    The olympic gold medal is theirs to lose.
    Yes, the Olympics Gold medal is for theirs to lose...but u also remember....Fu/Cai tend to perform badly in front of their home crowd. They lost in the Invitational World Cup 2005 to Tony/Howard, in China Masters 2006 Final to Eriksen/Hansen last year, and of course having bad records in the China Open from 2005-2007 They beat Kido/Hendra in China Masters this year due to some dubious line calls at the time when the INA pair was controlling the match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    Kido's smash is very hard indeed.....I just hope Badmania wil not try it.... even you receive, your return will go to net or wide...or...smashed by Kido in front of net........same as Guo Zen Dong....
    I am not doubting his smash. It's just that smashing always can be a bit monotonous

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    and they are humble..
    even when they won
    they never shout and jump like monkeys...
    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Both are still shy.
    yes, I agreed. They are humble & shy, let's see their winning point, didn't express themself excitement after winning the titles. I like them.
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    LOL. The first pic is very funny. Did someone stripped and run around the other end of the court? Thanks AChan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadFever View Post
    LOL. The first pic is very funny. Did someone stripped and run around the other end of the court? Thanks AChan.
    They were waiting the decision from the linesman of their smash.

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    They really should learn how to smile Look at how their seniors enjoyed the accolades from the crowds and sweet smile during the prize presentation ceremony. Sigh......

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    They really should learn how to smile Look at how their seniors enjoyed the accolades from the crowds and sweet smile during the prize presentation ceremony. Sigh......
    Support!!! Who can we give this mission to? Maybe Rudy is the best person to demonstrate and role play with them l

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    Quote Originally Posted by AChan View Post
    Support!!! Who can we give this mission to? Maybe Rudy is the best person to demonstrate and role play with them l
    I did remind them....always SMILE...... ...They forgot.....sigh!

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