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  • Park Joo Bong

    43 3.84%
  • Kim Dong Moon

    22 1.97%
  • Kim Moon Soo

    5 0.45%
  • Rexy Mainaky

    30 2.68%
  • Tony Gunawan

    172 15.37%
  • Hendra Setiawen

    128 11.44%
  • Cai Yun

    265 23.68%
  • Koo KK

    192 17.16%
  • Jens Eriksen

    19 1.70%
  • Sigit Budiarto

    59 5.27%
  • Lee Yong Dae

    175 15.64%
  • Christian Hadinata

    9 0.80%
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    My personal opinion: Sigit 1997-98 vs. KKK 2007, KKK will have no chance.

    Quote Originally Posted by Makunouchi View Post
    I wonder what would happen if they had a chance to play against each other (age and health being the same of course)?????

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    Tony Gunawan... if you don't believe me, just simply watch the match between him and Howard vs Fu/Cai in the Cop. Masters 05 final... the 1st point of the 1st game showed you how good Tony Gunawan really is.

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    Watch the first 8 points. Tony was like superman. No matter what Cai and Fu did, the shuttle just could not pass Tony.

    Unfortunately he was already too old to stay at that level, otherwise the first game would be a massacre to Cai/Fu.

    Quote Originally Posted by bananakid View Post
    Tony Gunawan... if you don't believe me, just simply watch the match between him and Howard vs Fu/Cai in the Cop. Masters 05 final... the 1st point of the 1st game showed you how good Tony Gunawan really is.

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    kkk is among the best frontmen ever!
    even jens eriksen said kkk was the big reason for their lost in Denmark Open 2006...
    "kien kiat made the difference", he said..if i'm not mistaken...

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    I would say KDM as well. Super killing block with his height, and his speed is just incredible. He is almost like a wall in the front.

    Even RKM was doing alot of back court to have KDM in the front while playing mix to setup for the strongest formation.

    And for current player I would vote Setiawan. Tony is old now and I think he is missing the power to finish it off, KKK is fast but he is unstable and not performing sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ye333 View Post
    Watch the first 8 points. Tony was like superman. No matter what Cai and Fu did, the shuttle just could not pass Tony.

    Unfortunately he was already too old to stay at that level, otherwise the first game would be a massacre to Cai/Fu.
    Thats why he is called VIPER.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by cute_tbh View Post
    kkk is among the best frontmen ever!
    even jens eriksen said kkk was the big reason for their lost in Denmark Open 2006...
    "kien kiat made the difference", he said..if i'm not mistaken...
    No... it was not KKK that made the difference. The "REAL" difference was Lungaard whom missed numerous serves or had to flick serve just to avoid service mistakes. Eriksen just couldn't say the above, so might as well said something else instead of blaming his partner.

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    i think the best is tony gunawan when he paired with Candra wijaya.look at their play at olympic sydney

    and he become winner at worlchampionship against candra sigit with howard bach!! also beat candra sigit with Halim heryanto

    i will vote for Tony Gunawan

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    Has to be Tony Gunawan in his prime.

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    Let's turn this into a POLL!

    You only get one choice.

    I haven't voted yet. Tough to decide

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    well, if you're going to bring Sir Park into this, then he's definitely got my vote. let's not talk about best frontman, he's the best doubles player ever, full stop. well, in my book at least.

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    The thread was turning that way. That's why he's in!

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    this will be interesting, i wonder how many forumers will vote with their hearts rather than their heads though.

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    I vote for tony....tough to choose between Sigit and tony...

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    I think we need a better definite regarding "best". Are we talking about "best as individual skill", or "best contribution to a team victory"?

    If individual skill, Sigit that's it. However, sometimes he tends to over do it a bit, therefore, Tony is more consistent and gurantee you a W.

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    Default Thread title is a bit vague, IMO..

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    Let's turn this into a POLL!

    You only get one choice.

    I haven't voted yet. Tough to decide
    ..as to "All-time"?? "Now"?? or "10-20 yrs ago"??..But i think, if we're to choose one category to determine "Who's the best", then it has got to do with the accomplishments/major titles won etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    Let's turn this into a POLL!

    You only get one choice.

    I haven't voted yet. Tough to decide
    Come on, how can KDM not on the list!!!

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