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  • Park Joo Bong

    43 3.87%
  • Kim Dong Moon

    22 1.98%
  • Kim Moon Soo

    5 0.45%
  • Rexy Mainaky

    30 2.70%
  • Tony Gunawan

    172 15.50%
  • Hendra Setiawen

    126 11.35%
  • Cai Yun

    263 23.69%
  • Koo KK

    191 17.21%
  • Jens Eriksen

    19 1.71%
  • Sigit Budiarto

    59 5.32%
  • Lee Yong Dae

    171 15.41%
  • Christian Hadinata

    9 0.81%
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    Quote Originally Posted by s3160717 View Post
    if you're from malaysia, do not say KKK is the best because it's unbelievable

    i'm from malaysia..still wanna say KKK ..
    believe it or not Ripley's ..believe it

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    Quote Originally Posted by MINN_EROSS View Post
    i'm from malaysia..still wanna say KKK ..
    believe it or not Ripley's ..believe it
    AGREE!!!AGREE!!!

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    LYD is the best for me

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    Definitely KOO KIEN KEAT because I am a HUGE fan of him. Plus the fact that he can actually play very well when hes in good condition.
    Followed by Cai Yun and Lee Yong Dae.

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    After watching countless matches i conclude that Hendra Setiawan is the best front court player ATM if not all time. Its a bit of shame that Kido does not have the same quality as him, IMO Kido does too many costly mistake. I also think Tony Gunawan and Cai Yun are the masters of the front court play.

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    Eventhough the vote here shows Cai Yun is currently the best player at net, most professional players, ex-professional players and badminton commentators i.e Gillian Clark and Ian Wright reckon that currently both Hendra Setiawan and KKK are the best front court players while Hendra is just slightly better than KKK.

    The slight differences is because KKK while at his best, tend to be "adventurous" at some times and this tend to lead to mistakes, but if avoided, that shot will be a miracle, out of this world type of net play. Comparing by sheer deception skills, anticipation ability, speed and the super sense awareness in detecting even the narrowest empty space in their opponent defense, both Hendra and KKK are par and personally, both are unmatched by any rivals at the front court while they are at their best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ye333 View Post
    Then how come they were beaten easily every time they met CY/FHF?
    they are good but not better than kkk and tbh which are one of the best,but not the best. They're not there yet... just almost there... cy and fhf... are not considered one of the best... They're exceed that level... They're ultimate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratu-buaya View Post
    then how come they have never beaten KKK/TBH?
    are u sure? The kkk team losed 5 consecutively to cy and fhf... Just in case you can't understand english, i'll write in malay: kalah 5 kali berturut turut

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    KKK....The best frontman...with diving savior...

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    with no doubt i say Hendra Setiawan is current best player at the net!

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    Where is Gail Emms??
    She should be here....
    I vote to Gail Emms

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    I take back my second part of the comment on post #464, Kido is now back to his best. That said, NO DOUBT Hendra Setiawan is still the best frontman today. He simply enables the whole creative and attacking play, his cross courts, drives, drops, nets, blocks, trick shots are simply awesome, and if all of those factors are combined Hendra is simply second to NONE.

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    Indeed...we have seen in the previous few weeks that Lee Yong Dae was simply outclassed at the net, which left him and Jung Jae Sung very subdued, if you compare them when playing against Fu Haifeng/Cai Yun.

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    Cai Yun is my favourite, although Hendra is very very close. He has slightly better interceptions on drives, but CY is faster around the court and covers a wider area - although I think it's hard to judge because they always play with a partner, and MK is just not on FHF's level imop. FHF is fitter, has better angles, more power....I still can't believe they lost the Beijing final. HS was outstanding though.
    Tony also has to be mentioned - although I haven't found as much footage of him as of the others, what I've seen is just amazing. Not to mention that he has enjoyed quite a bit of success with Howard Bach, who, imho, is just not a world class player.

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    For those who had the opportunity to watch this legendary player in the 80's - 90's ruled the badminton world..........i still consider PARK JOO BONG to be the best front-court player of all time.

    Proof: the greats also agreed to this - Rudy Hartono, Christian Hadinata, Han Jian, Punch Gunalan, Eddy Choong..........the list goes on.

    Cheers!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yong2509 View Post
    For those who had the opportunity to watch this legendary player in the 80's - 90's ruled the badminton world..........i still consider PARK JOO BONG to be the best front-court player of all time.

    Proof: the greats also agreed to this - Rudy Hartono, Christian Hadinata, Han Jian, Punch Gunalan, Eddy Choong..........the list goes on.

    Cheers!!
    Yes the great PJB is the most feared and hold the legendary status of that time. All double players looked up to him like no one else. IMO although INA had great doubles in the past, it is PJB style that had been adopted into the likes of Rexy, Sigit, Chandra, etc. That said PJB lost many times to INA pairs.

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    Eh, to my recollection, Park Joo Bong & Kim Moon Soo has never lost to any Indon pairing in their entire career of ten years. My friend spoke to Rexy Manaiky two weeks ago........and he also confirmed that they (Rexy-Ricky) has never beaten them and to his knowledge, none of his Indon counterparts have beaten the Korean legends.....

    PJB/KMS has only lost to two pairs in their history, and that is Tian Bingyi-Li Yongbo and Razif-Jalani Sidek combo.

    I think the Korean pair you are refering to is Kim Dong Moon-Ha Tae Kwon.

    Hope the info is insightful.........Cheers!!

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