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  • Park Joo Bong

    43 3.85%
  • Kim Dong Moon

    22 1.97%
  • Kim Moon Soo

    5 0.45%
  • Rexy Mainaky

    30 2.68%
  • Tony Gunawan

    172 15.38%
  • Hendra Setiawen

    127 11.36%
  • Cai Yun

    265 23.70%
  • Koo KK

    192 17.17%
  • Jens Eriksen

    19 1.70%
  • Sigit Budiarto

    59 5.28%
  • Lee Yong Dae

    175 15.65%
  • Christian Hadinata

    9 0.81%
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    Singles... Taufik and LCW at the moment. LCW is improving more and more.
    Doubles.. Tony G, KKK. Rexy not bad either. In fact KKK learn most of his tricks from Rexy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Singles... Taufik and LCW at the moment. LCW is improving more and more.
    Doubles.. Tony G, KKK. Rexy not bad either. In fact KKK learn most of his tricks from Rexy.
    hahaha
    that's what you'd expect from your coach, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    hahaha
    that's what you'd expect from your coach, no?
    However,i'd like kkk to exclusively own his skill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narnia View Post
    LEE YONG DAE Dominating the nets. Every coaches praise him. Look at Rexy and his words especially.
    LYD is essentially a super attack cum defend machine.He does not dominate the net.If that were true, the match stats would show most points scored at the net.That's the real meaning of 'dominating'.When LYD hunts the net constantly,it means he's desperately losing or closing out a match.
    Hendra Setiawan is not an attack cum machine.He spends more time in the forecourt than his partner so he is essentially a net hunter.Hendra also has the gift of reading his opponents' game so well,his racket should be checked because it seems to have the magic of attracting the shuttle so it just bounces across the opponents side before they even know it.(Really Hendra's racket should be inspected.)
    LYD is good at the net as a part timer;Hendra is so great at the net he can afford to be a full timer there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSHSBadmPlayer View Post
    Lee Yong Dae! lightning speed indeed. superb defence, excellent brains ^_^
    He is most of the time the slowest on the court, no matter whom they play against.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    One person cannot beat two He only mentioned one name.

    Best forecourt men's doubles player today is a good question.

    Hendra must be a favourite.
    You are right, Jung cannot play against two, so sometimes LYD still functions.

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    Now a days Hendra is definitely the best - you cannot say he is a "net player", basically it is popular to combine an all-around guy together with a back-court guy. Hendra and Cai are both all-around guys, in fact, so is Jung Jae-Sung - what a pity for him, his partner is so weak in the back court (and most of the time too slow in the net, too).

    In the last decade, Tony is definitely the most "solid" one on the net, partnering with him must be an enjoyment - don't worry about him, he can set up all the things. Sigit is of another style, he is so brilliant, of course sometimes his partner would be in some trouble once he could not "follow" sigit's thought. KDM was a good all-around player, too, though he was sometimes "nervous" during the key time of a match. I will not vote Candra, anyways, he was too lucky as having two greatest partner.

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    Back in 2005,.....Tony really demonstrated best front court plays to won his WC with HB...............at that time he was at his best..........but now.........KKK, CY are in front now.......

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    LCW i think not ada the best form now, but in front net he's done very well

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuck View Post
    LCW i think not ada the best form now, but in front net he's done very well
    Unfortunately, you can't vote for him.

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    so, i will vote 4 KKK

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    For lady, i think Gao Ling is great.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuck View Post
    so, i will vote 4 KKK
    That' what we call. the best choice.huhuhu..

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    That' what we call. the best choice.huhuhu..
    maybe.. we can see at All England..

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjswift View Post
    LYD is essentially a super attack cum defend machine.He does not dominate the net.If that were true, the match stats would show most points scored at the net.That's the real meaning of 'dominating'.When LYD hunts the net constantly,it means he's desperately losing or closing out a match.
    Hendra Setiawan is not an attack cum machine.He spends more time in the forecourt than his partner so he is essentially a net hunter.Hendra also has the gift of reading his opponents' game so well,his racket should be checked because it seems to have the magic of attracting the shuttle so it just bounces across the opponents side before they even know it.(Really Hendra's racket should be inspected.)
    LYD is good at the net as a part timer;Hendra is so great at the net he can afford to be a full timer there.
    I agree partly if you define it as such. I used the "dominating" as meaning he always dashes to the net without fears and mostly wins at the net fighting; he knows how to "make" winning at the net. And I recommend you to watch the videos of his game, especially check the final stages of all the games. So as you might know, the first strategy of all his opponents is; don't fight with Yongdae at the net; just keep him in the back. That's one of the reasons he's spending more time in the back.

    I also respect Hendra like Yongdae, as the team's achievements mostly rely on Hendra's super control plays at the net. (You know, there are bunch of strong smashers out there; the only difference is whether or not they have good "control" player at the net.) I admit Hendra spends quite a time in the front while Kido running around in the back for hard smashes. I think that makes Kido have his severe injury on his knee. They should have changed their strategy for the issue.)

    Thanks for good talks.
    Last edited by narnia; 03-01-2009 at 06:05 PM.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayiWTmgdiXE
    that is nice net playing.
    speaks for gunawan/wijaya

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    in men's single i would say Lin D .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookz View Post
    Koo Kien Keat All The Way!!

    all the way down

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