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    of cos i know her ranking is higher than Senior Wong but still she's still consider as No.2 ...

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    Julia Wong will be the WS equivalent of LCW.
    She's going to be better than WMC and it's not because of BWF ranking.WMC wins by grinding her opponents to defeat with her determination but lacks opponent awareness.Eg when her opponent's body language indicates fatigue,she still go for the lines (ending in errors) when some intelligent placement will win the point.WMC must learn to make full use of her intelligence to win.Her movement is dreadful to watch and due for overhaul as it seems to aggravate her injury.
    For someone with such a short ,scratchy experience,JW has done very well and shown a lot of promise.Expect her to continue with ups and downs in tournaments.She's either going to crash out early or leave late in tournaments.As she builds up her experience,her confidence will be more assured and it will show when she starts to deliver consistently.Give another 2 years for this gem to shine and then on to steadily dazzle with brilliance.

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    yes she's a figther & she's still improving which is good for Malaysia women singles, a t least Rashid can have some relived as for Wong MC too someone like Wong PX can "share " some responsibiltity

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonnymak View Post
    Good future for MAS WS in Julia Wong? at 21 Wang Yihan already won 3 titles this year. And that women LD call Jiang is formidable not to mention the still young Zhu Lin and Lu Lan.

    Dont think Julia can challenge them for honours. 1 or 2 upsets in the early ronds maybe but definitely not winning major tournaments consisitently.

    But she has improved alot in past one year and her game is tighter now. Her best achievements would be around world No.5 or 6 if she is consistent. I dont think she can amtch China's best.

    Then again MAS players usually mature late and start getting few good results around the age of 24, 25 and 26. But never be at the top.

    The fact that we have someone who can replace WMC shows how much WS in MAS has improved compared to the whipping girls we got in the 80s and 90s.
    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    hmm....its not fair to compare wyh and julia wong...just like u compare chen jin to kbh.......lets compare wmc and julia...

    and yes...i agree she can reach world top 8...
    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    We'll go again discuss on how malaysia was different from China.




    This is something her juniors have to cover. Learn again on how to do it better. being as competitive as China isn't a dream. Possible. Kind of remember of how Japan came to PestaBolaMerdeka looooonnng ago to learn how we trained our junior footballers. Who are they now?

    Sonymak,

    Yours statement is correct. But, in BC, there is some BCers that is Bolehians. Refer to what i quote and you will understand....

    ** Not fair to compare Julia Wong against WYH. Then is fair enough to compare with WMC?? Maybe compare to players that are weaker that JW is acceptable by Limsy.

    ** Bcos of Japan football team paid a visit to Malaysia long time ago to learn how Malaysia train their footballers, now they are elite team in Asia. No Malaysia, No Japan.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dato Asbullah View Post
    No Malaysia, No Japan.....
    Not even close to my point. Sorry, dato'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dato Asbullah View Post
    ** Not fair to compare Julia Wong against WYH. Then is fair enough to compare with WMC?? Maybe compare to players that are weaker that JW is acceptable by Limsy.
    hmm,how many uber cup,sudirman cup,og and wc have mas won to earn the status to compare to china?

    even japan won uber cup
    even usa won wc
    malaysia?
    or u think mas and china is on same level? then go ahead and compare,i no objection

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    you're trying to make a comparison just like Man U & Arsenal..

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    julia will meet Tine Rasmussen in Sudirman Cup??Y Not Wong Mew Choo

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    She has 2-0 records over Rasmussen. dont play play lor.

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    ah...we got PCK in the house...perhaps we should say " Wong P X best in Malaysia, Asian & soon The World "....

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    http://www.thestar.com.my/services/p...asp&sec=sports

    The Star Online > Sports
    Wednesday May 13, 2009

    Knee injury may force shuttler Julia out of world meet
    By LIM TEIK HUAT

    Julia is back home
    SEPANG: Singles shuttler Julia Wong was hoping to contribute to Malaysia’s cause in her debut outing in the Sudirman Cup world mixed team championship in Guangzhou. Instead she returned home prematurely in pain and in a wheelchair.

    Julia made a painful exit after coming down with a left knee injury during her match in the Division One Group A tie against Hong Kong on Monday. And she is fearing the worse as the injury could turn out to be more serious than thought.

    Painful end: Julia Wong grimacing while receiving treatment for a knee injury during Monday's match against Yip Pui Yin of Hong Kong.The shuttler returned home Tuesday (below) and was whisked to the hospital for medical tests on the extent of the injury.

    “The doctor has said that I have torn my ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) and will probably have to go for an operation. This will be the worst injury I have suffered in my career. I don’t know when I can come back to court,” said the world No. 15, who put up a brave front even though her leg was in plaster cast.

    Julia recalled that she was trying to retrieve a shot from Yip Pui Yin in the first game when she fell awkwardly.

    “I can’t remember whether I knocked my knee hard or it was the impact of the landing. I heard a crack and feared for the worst after that as I could not even walk,” she said.

    From the airport, Julia was taken to the Damansara Specialist Hospital in Petaling Jaya yesterday.

    If the medical tests show that it is indeed a torn ACL, she will have to kiss goodbye to making her first appearance in the World Championships in Hyderabad. She has qualified together with Wong Mew Choo for the championships scheduled for Aug 10-16.

    The National Sports Institute (NSI) director general, Datuk Dr Ramlan Aziz, who was at KLIA to provide moral support, said: “We have to find out whether it is a partial or a total tear of the ligament. But it definitely does not look good. If she has a torn ACL, we are looking at at least six months of complete rest before she can get back on court.”


    Poor Julia, most probably she wouldnt be back on court till next year. <sigh> Wish her a speedy recovery.

    Other sources : http://www.hmetro.com.my/Current_New...cle/print_html


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    wish she can get well soon

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    so, here we go, welcome back mew choo!
    get well soon , Julia.

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    get well soon,julia,the whole malaysia is backing u

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjswift View Post
    Julia Wong will be the WS equivalent of LCW.
    She's going to be better than WMC and it's not because of BWF ranking.WMC wins by grinding her opponents to defeat with her determination but lacks opponent awareness.Eg when her opponent's body language indicates fatigue,she still go for the lines (ending in errors) when some intelligent placement will win the point.WMC must learn to make full use of her intelligence to win.Her movement is dreadful to watch and due for overhaul as it seems to aggravate her injury.
    For someone with such a short ,scratchy experience,JW has done very well and shown a lot of promise.Expect her to continue with ups and downs in tournaments.She's either going to crash out early or leave late in tournaments.As she builds up her experience,her confidence will be more assured and it will show when she starts to deliver consistently.Give another 2 years for this gem to shine and then on to steadily dazzle with brilliance.
    that is some mighty far out projection u got there, comparing JW to a just out of recovery WMC. You expect JW to do even better after recovering from her injury? Hmm, inform us BF'ers, which singles player that does better after his/her major injury? Lets highlight this fact, WMC had won a title in china soil. Even the mightly #1 LCW can't say that, plus the fact that in WS, it is way harder to take a title from the chinese than any other events. Am not against JW, i just like to bash some bad analysis, as u all come to know me
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    yup, hope she will get well soon

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    Professional footballers take 9 months to be on the field in a match after an ACL repair. The various merits of the different ACL repairs have been discussed. I wonder which particular repair will she have.

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