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    Cool Who is the trick master???

    Since I saw the thread of the best front man in double, I suddenly came up with an idea of who is the best trick master???

    For Single I would say M.Haifz the YOYO king, and Sigit.B for double.

    What do you guys think?

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    Hendrawan.

    others are not even at the same level.

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    hendrawan......

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    Hendrawan and Peter Gade, but just remembering the times when Hendrawan deceived Gade, I still have to vote for Hendrawan for being the very best in this department.

    For doubles, I vote for bananakid in a casual play situation, simply because as soon as his opponents lose count of the score and ask about it, bananakid will use his 'trick' of raising his side's score to either 19 or 20 depending on the situation. NOW, this is a real trick(not usable in tournament though).

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    will vote for sigit in doubles
    single for hendrawan
    his only weapom is dropshot n trickshot
    don't have hard smash or anything

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    Hmmm Koo kien keat of m'sia he have some trick net shot

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    Yup, Hendrawan .... and Zhao Jianhua too with his deception. Agree with Sigit in MD, he brought CCM down in the WC 05 semis with such an unexpected net reply.

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    sigit was brilliant, kkk is good as well but not up to the mark just yet.

    hendrawan and zjh were amazingly deceptive as well, gade is not bad but not in their league.

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    huh??
    hafiz hashim???
    with his trademark yoyo trick??

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    i think for singles would be lin dan and lee chong wei.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    i think for singles would be lin dan and lee chong wei.
    i hope you mean for those still currently playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    i hope you mean for those still currently playing.
    yup, for those playing now....
    cai yun also not bad of tricking his opponent in the doubles..

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    yup, for those playing now....
    cai yun also not bad of tricking his opponent in the doubles..
    actually, to be fair to him, i've seen some pretty nice trick shots from jens eriksen recently. very deceptive for such a big man.

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    what about taufik?
    i think his deceptive skills at the net are quite tricky, especially his very tight net shots
    ...and his defensive trick shots; around the back, between his legs, etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.h View Post
    what about taufik?
    i think his deceptive skills at the net are quite tricky, especially his very tight net shots
    ...and his defensive trick shots; around the back, between his legs, etc
    Yup, how can we missed Taufik here. Although not exactly a "trick", but who else can do more backhand magic than Taufik and the wow effect each time when he does the smash ...with backhand.

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    The only player I know is Sigit Budiarto.

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    1. Sigit Budiarto - amazing.

    3. Taufik Hidayat - amazing.

    2. Gao Ling's serve.

    Haven't seen Hendrawan play that much so I can't say..

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